Helm will be a game-time decision in New Jersey.
Helm (lower-body) is questionable to play on Thursday.
Helm was forced to leave Tuesday's game vs. the Senators but could play in Columbus on Thursday. If Helm can't play, look for the Red Wings to go with 11 forwards and seven defensemen.
Helm (shoulder) has been activated from IR and will play on Wednesday.
Helm has missed the last 21 games with a shoulder injury that he suffered in New Jersey on November 17th. Helm will return on the Red Wings’ third line and skate with Luke Glendening and Andreas Athanasiou. He had just six points (1G / 5A) in 20 games before getting hurt.
Source: Dana Wakiji 01/2/19, 2:09 pm EST
Helm (shoulder) will miss 6-to-8 weeks.
Helm was injured in the Red Wings win over the Devils on Saturday and Jeff Blashill expected him to be out long-term. On Monday, Ken Holland announced that Helm will be out at least six weeks, keeping him sidelined until early-January.
Helm will “be out for a little bit” after getting hurt on Saturday afternoon.
Helm left this afternoon’s game in New Jersey with an upper-body injury and head coach Jeff Blashill expects him to be out for an extended period of time. Helm played just 2:03 TOI before departing the game and his injury will likely lead to someone being called up from the AHL.
Helm (lower-body) will be a game-time decision on Tuesday.
Helm missed Monday’s practice and is questionable for Tuesday’s game vs. the Bruins. Helm recently returned to the Red Wings’ lineup and has picked up five points (1G / 4A) in three games, so Detroit could certainly use his services as they get set to face the hottest team in hockey.
Helm (lower-body) is not expected back until after the All-Star break.
Helm has missed the last three games with a lower-body injury and is expected to miss at least three more games as the Red Wings head into the All-Star break.
Helm (lower-body) will miss at least the next two games; no timetable for his return.
Helm was already ruled out of Tuesday's game vs. the Stars but head coach Jeff Blashill made it clear this morning that the veteran forward won't be back until next week at the earliest and even that may be optimistic.
Source: Ansar Khan 01/16/18, 3:47 pm EST
Helm (lower-body) will not play on Tuesday.
Helm will miss his second consecutive game with a lower-body injury and is listed as day-to-day. With Helm out, Dominic Turgeon is expected to remain in the lineup vs. the Stars.
Helm (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision on Friday.
Helm missed Wednesday's game with an undisclosed injury, but took part in Friday's morning skate and it looks like he might return tonight vs. the Sabres. Helm skated on the fourth line this morning and comes in with just seven points (3G / 4A) in 18 games.
Source: Ansar Khan 11/17/17, 6:39 am EST
Helm (undisclosed) is probable to return to the Red Wings lineup on Friday.
After a brief one-game absence with an undisclosed injury, Helm is expected to play against the Sabres tonight. Helm will replace Luke Witkowski, who was suspended or 10 games on Thursday.
Source: Ansar Khan 11/17/17, 4:43 am EST
Helm (undisclosed) will not play on Wednesday.
Helm missed tuesday’s practice and will be held out of the lineup for Wednesday’s home game vs. the Flames. There’s no word how serious Helm’s injury is, so consider him day-to-day for now. The Red Wings will get Justin Abdelkder back to take Helm’s spot in the lineup.
Source: Ansar Khan 11/15/17, 6:24 am EST
Helm (lower-body) is on the ice for warmups; expected to play Monday.
Helm (lower-body) will be a game-time decision on Monday.
Helm has missed the last four games with a lower-body injury, but will be a game-time decision tonight in Carolina. There is no word on who will sit if Helm is able to play.
Helm (leg) will miss at least the next two games.
Helm left Saturday’s game vs. the Avalanche with a lower-leg injury and will miss at least tonight's game vs. the Sabres and Tuesday's game in Montreal. With Helm out, Tomas Nosek is expected to draw into the lineup.
Helm (shoulder) will return to the Red Wings lineup vs. the Sabres.
Helm has missed the last 27 games with a dislocated shoulder, but will draw into the lineup for Drew Miller on Friday. Before Helm got hurt, he had built a lot of chemistry with Thomas Vanek and Gustav Nyquist, but will not play with them tonight. He has four goals and three assists (seven points) in 17 games this season.
Source: Ansar Khan 01/20/17, 9:31 am EST
Helm (shoulder) is expected to return to the Red Wings’ lineup this weekend.
Helm has missed the last 27 games with a dislocated shoulder, but it looks like he’ll only miss one or two more games before returning to the lineup either Friday or Sunday. The Red Wings are playing their best hockey of the season right now, so Helm’s return will be a huge boost to their lineup. He has seven points (4G / 3A) in 17 games this season.
Source: Ansar Khan 01/17/17, 8:21 am EST
Helm will miss at least six weeks with a dislocated shoulder.
Helm was upended by Lightning defenseman Nikita Nesterov and came down hard on his shoulder. Helm left the ice in some pain and did not return to the game. On Wednesday the Red Wings announced that Helm will miss 6-8 weeks with a dislocated shoulder. Detroit will recall Tyler Bertuzzi for Friday’s game, but Thomas Vanek will be back on Sunday.
Helm is out indefinitely with an upper-body injury.
Helm is expected to miss an extended period of time with an upper-body injury that he suffered on a hit by Lightning defenseman Nikita Nesterov. Expect the Red Wings to move Helm to IR or even LTIR in order to make room for them to recall a forward.
The Red Wings re-signed Darren Helm to a five-year deal worth $19.25 million ($3.85M AAV).
It was believed that Helm’s time with the Red Wings had come to an end and he was going to hit free agency, but Detroit came in with a five-year deal in the final hour to lock the 29-year-old up through the 2020-21 season. Helm is coming off of a sub-par year, having posted just 13 goals and 13 assists (26 points) in 77 games.
Source: Aaron Ward 07/2/16, 7:19 am EST