Backes will draw into the Bruins lineup for Game 4.
Backes has been a healthy scratch since Game 5 of the Toronto series but will replace Karson Kuhlman in Game 4. Backes has one assist and nine shots on goal in his four playoff appearances this year. Backes will skate on the second line with David Backes and Jake DeBrusk.
Source: @NHLBruins 05/2/19, 1:50 pm EST
Backes will be back in the Bruins lineup in Game 2.
Backes was a healthy scratch for Game 1 but will play in Game 2 following a 4-1 loss in the series oopener. There is no official word on who Backes will replace in the lineup, but he is expected to take Danton Heinen's spot on the third line.
Backes will be a healthy scratch in Game 1.
Backes appeared in 70 games for the Bruins this season but will sit in Game 1 vs. the Maple Leafs. Backes has essentially been replaced by Karson Kuhlman, who played in the final four games of the regular season and had one goal, one assist and eight shots.
Backes will be a healthy scratch on Saturday.
Source: Conor Ryan 02/16/19, 5:24 pm EST
Backes will draw into the Bruins lineup on Saturday.
Backes was a healthy scratch on Thursday but will replace Trent Frederic on Saturday. Backes has recorded five goals and eight assists (13 points) in 44 games this season.
Source: @NHLBruins 02/8/19, 1:07 pm EST
Backes will be a healthy scratch on Wednesday.
Backes has played in the last six games, scoring once with just six shots on net, but will be replaced by Danton Heinen on Wednesday.
Source: @NHLBruins 02/6/19, 12:02 pm EST
Backes will draw back into the Bruins lineup on Thursday.
Backes was a healthy scratch on Wednesday but will replace Noel Acciari on the Bruins fourth line tonight. Backes has one goal and five assists (six points) in his last 11 games.
Backes will be a healthy scratch on Wednesday.
Backes will be replaced by Peter Cehlarik who was called up from Providence (AHL) on Tuesday afternoon. Backes has just one goal and one assist in his last six games.
Backes is eligible to return to the Bruins lineup on Saturday.
Backes has finished serving his three-game suspension and is set to return to the Bruins lineup vs. the Sabres. Backes brings very little offence to the table at this point in his career, having picked up just 10 points (3G / 7A) in 33 games this season.
The NHL has suspended David Backes for three games for his illegal check to the head on Blake Coleman.
Backes will miss Saturday’s game in Buffalo, the Winter Classic and next Thursday’s game vs. the Flames before being eligible to play next Saturday vs. the Sabres.
Backes (upper-body) skated on Monday; targeting a return on Saturday.
Backes has missed the last four games with an upper-body injury and will not play on Tuesday. Despite returning to practice, Backes won’t play tomorrow but is targeting a return to the lineup on Saturday. Backes has not registered a point in seven games this year.
Backes has no timetable for his return from an upper-body injury.
Backes will miss his second straight game on Thursday and the Bruins are unsure how long their veteran forward will be sidelined. Ryan Donato and Anders Bjork have been swapping spots in the lineup, but with Backes out, they’ll both play.
Backes (undisclosed) is not on the ice for warmups; will not play Saturday.
Backes (leg) is expected to be back in the Bruins lineup after a five-game absence.
Source: @NHLBruins 03/29/18, 4:02 pm EST
Backes will miss at least a couple of games with a leg laceration.
Backes needed 18 stitches to close up a wind that was caused by a skate blade in Saturday’s win over the Lightning. Bruins’ GM Don Sweeney confirmed that Backes isn’t “day-to-day” as they wait to see how the gash heals. The recently signed Ryan Donato could make his NHL debut in Backes’ place on Monday.
Backes will centre the Bruins top line on Saturday.
Backes will return from his three-game suspension on Tuesday.
Backes was suspended for three games for his hit on Frans Nielsen last Tuesday, but he is set to return to the lineup tonight in Carolina. Backes has cooled off recently though, picking up just one goal in his last six games.
The NHL has suspended David Backes for three games for his hit on Frans Nielsen.
Backes (undisclosed) practiced on Wednesday after leaving Tuesday’s game early.
Backes left Tuesday’s game after being hit by Nick Ritchie but was back on the ice this morning, which suggests that he’ll be ready to go on Thursday. Backes has cooled off considerably recently, picking up just two assists in his last eight games.
Backes (illness) will play for the first time since October 30th.
Backes has missed nearly one month with diverticulitis but will draw back in tonight vs. the Lightning. Backes has appeared in just five games this season, registering one assist, but his return drastically help the Bruins forward group that continues to battle injuries. Backes will centre the second line with Danton Heinen and Riley Nash on his wings.
Source: @NHLBruins 11/29/17, 6:47 am EST