Seidenberg will be a healthy scratch on Wednesday.
Seidenberg had an assist in 14:09 TOI on Saturday, but will come out of the lineup tonight in New York. The veteran defenseman will be replaced but Thomas Hickey.
Seidenberg (jaw) will be activated from IR; will play on Thursday.
The Islanders placed Dennis Seidenberg (upper-body) on injured reserve.
Seidenberg was injured while blocking a shot in the Islanders’ loss in Florida on Saturday. Seidenberg will miss at least one week with the injury after being placed on IR—Scott Mayfield was recalled from Bridgeport (AHL) and is expected to draw into the lineup for Seidenberg.
The Islanders signed Dennis Seidenberg to a one-year, $1 million deal last week.
Seidenberg spent the last six and a half years in Boston before he was bought out this summer. Seidenberg had just 12 points (1G / 11A) in 61 games last season and hasn’t topped 30 points since 2010-11. He shouldn’t be on your fantasy radar, but gives the Islanders some added depth on the blueline.
Seidenberg (undisclosed) will not play on Tuesday.
Seidenberg will miss his third consecutive game with an undisclosed injury. With Seidenberg sidelined, the Bruins have recalled Colin Miller from Providence (AHL), who will replace the veteran this evening.
Source: @NHLBruins 04/5/16, 6:49 am EST
Seidenberg (undisclosed) will miss the next two games.
Seidenberg is dealing with an undisclosed injury and will miss the Bruins’ two-game road trip to St. Louis and Chicago. With Seidenberg out, look for Zach Trotman to get back in the Bruins lineup.
Seidenberg (back) on the ice for warmups; expected to play.
Source: @NHLBruins 11/12/15, 1:32 pm EST
Seidenberg (back) will be a game-time decision on Thursday.
Seidenberg underwent back surgery in late-September and missed the first 14 games of the season. Seidenberg had three goals and 11 assists (14 points) in 82 games last season. He is not a great fantasy asset, but will definitely help the Bruins out on the backend.
Seidenberg (back) will travel on the Bruins’ three-game road trip; expected to practice with the team, not expected to play.
Seidenberg has missed the start of the season after undergoing back surgery in September. He has been practicing with the Bruins as of late, but traveling with the team to practice is a great sign that he is nearing a return to the lineup.
Seidenberg (back) resumed skating on Wednesday.
Seidenberg is not expected to be back in the Bruins lineup until late November, but it is an encouraging sign that he is skating one month removed from back surgery. He is not close to returning, but the Bruins could certainly use him. However, they will probably have to wait another four weeks.
Source: @NHLBruins 10/21/15, 8:32 am EST
Seidenberg will undergo back surgery and is expected to miss the next eight weeks.
After trading Dougie Hamilton this summer, the Bruins were already coming in with a weaker blueline than last season and now Seidenberg will be out of commission until late-November. Seidenberg had 14 points (3G / 11A) in 82 games with the Bruins last season. Seidenberg's injury could open the door for 22-year-old Colin Miller to make the opening day roster.
Seidenberg (illness) did not practice on Tuesday; expected to play on Wednesday.
Seidenberg missed Tuesday’s practice, but he is expected to play on Wednesday in Washington. Monitor his status during the morning skate just to be sure.
Source: @NHLBruins 04/7/15, 8:50 am EST
Seidenberg (knee) is doubtful for game 7.
Seidenberg has not played since December 27th because of a torn MCL and ACL in his right knee. He took part in the Bruins' optional morning skate this morning and continues to make steady progress toward a return, but head coach Claude Julien said he would be "very surprised" if Seidenberg plays tonight. Should the Bruins get by the Habs tonight, Seidenberg's return in the Eastern Conference would be a huge boost to the Bruins' blueline.
Julien continued to maintain that Seidenberg is on schedule in his rehab, but that there’s nothing imminent as far as a return to the playoffs.
Despite skating with his team, Seidenberg's timetable has not been pushed up. Don't expect him for the series vs. Detroit.
Seidenberg (knee) is skating for the fourth consecutive day.
Seidenberg has been out since December 27th after suffered and torn ACL and MCL. Seidenberg could return to the Bruins lineup if they make a deep playoff run, but at this point he remains a ways away from being back in game action.
Source: DJ Bean 04/17/14, 6:21 am EST
Seidenberg is out for the remainder of the season after tearing his MCL and ACL in his right knee.
This is a huge loss for the Bruins, Seidenberg is likely their second best defenseman behind only Zdeno Chara. David Warsofsky was recalled this morning on an emergency basis and Zach Trotman was also recalled, both are eligible to play tonight. Seidenberg's recovery time is 6-8 months.
Seidenberg (lower-body) did not travel to Ottawa and won't play tonight.
Seidenberg sustained the injury late in Friday's game vs. the Senators. The lower-body ailment will keep him out of tonight's rematch and he will be replaced by David Warsofsky.
Source: @NHLBruins 12/28/13, 6:49 am EST
Seidenberg (lower-body) officially back in today.
Seidenberg missed the last four games after being injured on November 19 vs. the Rangers. He will be out there to face New York this afternoon on the secon pair with Dougie Hamilton.
Defenseman Dennis Seidenberg will most likely play for the Bruins Friday against the Rangers. Seidenberg will participate in pregame warmups. A final decision will take place after warmups.
Seidenberg has missed the last four games because of a lower-body injury. Seidenberg was hurt on his first shift against the Rangers on November 18.
Seidenberg (lower-body) is out tonight.
Seidenberg travelled with the team to Detroit and took part in the morning skate, but will sit out his fourth straight game. There is a chance that he could be back on the blueline on Friday vs. the Rangers.