Lazar will be a healthy scratch on Tuesday.
Lazar hasn’t played over 10 minutes in 14 of the last 15 games and has just one assist in 27 games this season. Chris Neil will take Lazar’s spot in the lineup.
Source: Ken Warren 01/31/17, 1:40 pm EST
Lazar (upper-body) will return to the Senators’ lineup on Wednesday.
Lazar has missed the last three games with an upper-body injury, but will be back in the lineup vs. the Sharks. In nine games sine being called-up, Lazar has no points, two penalty minutes and nine shots.
Source: Dean Brown 12/14/16, 5:05 am EST
Lazar (undisclosed) will not travel with the team to San Jose.
Lazar left Monday’s game with an undisclosed injury and did not return and will head to Ottawa to undergo further evaluation. With Lazar out, the Senators recalled Phil Varone to take his place on the Senators’ west coast road trip.
Source: Gord Wilson 12/6/16, 5:21 am EST
The Senators have recalled Curtis Lazar from Binghamton (AHL).
Lazar has spent the start of the year in Binghamton, where he collected three goals and one assist in 13 games. Lazar’s return to the NHL means the Senators are concerned that they could be without Mike Hoffman and Bobby Ryan on Saturday.
The Senators have sent Curtis Lazar to Binghamton (AHL).
Lazar is recovering from mono and on Monday he was cleared for contact. The Senators believe the fastest way for him to get ready to play in the NHL is to go back to Binghamton. With Lazar going back, Tom Pyatt and Phil Varone will fill in on the third line.
Lazar will not play on Saturday.
There is no word whether or not Lazar is battling an injury or if he is a healthy scratch. Lazar will be replaced by Phil Varone.
Source: Dean Brown 04/9/16, 7:15 am EST
Lazar (groin) is expected to return on Wednesday.
Lazar (lower-body) will not play on Tuesday.
Lazar will miss his second straight game with a lower-body injury, but it is not believed to be a serious injury. Lazar is considered day-to-day.
Lazar (head) left Wednesday's game, but could play Friday.
Lazar was knocked out of Wednesday’s game after a hit from Capitals’ forward Tom Wilson. Lazar was reportedly feeling much better this afternoon, so monitor his status leading up to Friday’s game.
Lazar (concussion) wil return to the lineup on Tuesday.
Lazar has missed the last three games with a concussion, but he is ready to play on Tuesday vs. the Canadiens. With Lazar out, look for Matt Puempel to come out of the lineup. Lazar has one goal and one assist in eight games.
Source: Ian Mendes 11/2/15, 6:32 am EST
Lazar (concussion) resumed skating on Saturday.
Lazar (upper-body) is expected to miss at least a few games.
Lazar was injured on Saturday and head coach Dave Cameron said that his injury is “more long term than short term.” Lazar has one a nice start to the season, but it looks like he will miss at least a couple of games with the upper-body injury.
Lazar left Saturday’s game with an upper-body injury and did not return.
Lazar left the game after a hit by Coyotes’ defenseman Zbynek Michalek and he did not come back from the dressing room. Lazar had been bumped up to the top line for Saturday’s game but he only played 4:54 TOI before retiring to the dressing room.
Lazar (illness) will be back in the Senators lineup on Tuesday.
Lazar missed Saturday’s game in San Jose with an illness, but will be back in for Colin Greening tonight in Minnesota. Lazar has just one goal in his last 10 games.
Source: @Senators 03/3/15, 10:06 am EST
Lazar (illness) will not play on Saturday.
Lazar was not on the ice for the Senators morning skate and will be held out of tonight’s game because he is “under the weather.” He will be replaced by Matt Puempel in the lineup.
Lazar will play on Saturday vs. Arizona.
Lazar will play in his first game since returning from the World Juniors. It will be his first NHL games since December 17th. He has one goal and six assists in 27 games this season.
Lazar will meet the Senators in Philadelphia, but is not expected to play tonight.
Lazar, who was on a loan with Team Canada, dominated the World Juniors, posting five goals and four assists (9 points) in seven games en route to a Gold Medal. He returns to the Sens where he has one goal and six assists in 27 games.
The Senators announced they will loan Curtis Lazar to Team Canada for the World Junior Championship.
Lazar, 19, has recorded one goal and six assists in 27 games with the Senators this season. Lazar represented Team Canada last year as well—he recorded three goals and four assists in seven games in the tournament.
Source: @Senators 12/18/14, 6:25 am EST
Lazar (undisclosed) will not play on Thursday.
Lazar left the morning skate early and is out with a minor injury according to Paul MacLean. Colin Greening will get back into the lineup with Lazar sidelined.
The Senators will keep Curtis Lazar through the 10-game mark.
Lazar played in his ninth game last night vs. the Red Wings. If he plays anymore it will burn the first year of his entry level deal, but the Senators have been impressed with his play, so he will stick with the team and play in number-10 tomorrow vs. the Wild. He has three assists and is averaging 13:03 TOI so far this year.
Source: @Senators 11/5/14, 7:00 am EST