Brassard (lower-body) will be back in the Penguins lineup on Saturday.
Brassard has missed the last nine games with a lower-body injury, but he is set to return on Saturday night. Brassard is expected to centre the Penguins second line with Phil Kessel and Jake Guentzel with Sidney Crosby out with an upper-body injury. Brassard has one goal and four assists (five points) in eight games this season.
Brassard (lower-body) will be a game-time decision on Saturday.
Brassard has missed the last nine games with a lower-body injury, buts on the ice on Friday and declared himself a game-time decision. Brassard’s return would be welcomed, as Sidney Crosby is questionable with an upper-body injury. Brassard had five points (1G / 4A) in eight games before getting hurt.
Brassard (lower-body) will not travel for Thursday’s game vs. the Islanders.
Brassard will miss his third straight game with a lower-body injury. The Penguins did not provide much of an update on Brassard, so his status for Saturday’s game vs. the Maple Leafs is also in doubt.
Brassard (lower-body) will not play on Tuesday.
Brassard will miss his second straight game with a lower-body injury. Brassard had been skating on the top line with Sidney Crosby, so with him out again Dominik Simon will get a shot in that spot. Brassard is day-to-day.
Brassard will not play Saturday because of a lower-body injury.
Brassard will return to the Penguins lineup for Game 1.
Brassard (lower-body) will be a game-time decision for Game 1.
Brassard missed the final five games of the regular season but practiced each of the last two days and it looks like he will play in Game 1 vs. the Flyers. Brassard has been a notoriously good playoff performer, picking up 55 points (22G / 33A) in 78 career postseason games with the Rangers and Senators.
Source: @penguins 04/11/18, 8:14 am EST
Brassard (lower-body) was on the ice for Monday’s practice; questionable for Game 1.
Brassard missed the final five games of the regular season, but his availability for Monday’s practice is a good sign that he will be available during the Penguins’ first round matchup with the Flyers. The 30-year-old centre picked up three goals and five assists in 14 games since joining the Penguins and has been a quality playoff performer during his career. Game 1 goes on Wednesday, so keep an eye on Brassard’s status over the next few days.
Brassard (lower-body) will not play Saturday vs. the Canadiens.
Brassard did not take part in the Penguins’ morning skate and will miss his second straight game with a lower-body injury. With Brassard out, Riley Sheahan will continue to skate on the third line.
Source: @penguins 03/31/18, 11:46 am EST
Brassard (lower-body) will not play Thursday; listed as day-to-day.
Source: Josh Yohe 03/29/18, 4:29 pm EST
Brassard will make his Penguins debut on Tuesday.
After being acquired from the Senators on February 23rd, Brassard missed the first two games with the Penguins while resolving his visa issues. Brassard had 18 goals and 20 assists (38 points) in 58 games with Ottawa and should centre a lethal third line behind Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin—he could also play alongside sniper Phil Kessel.
The Penguins have reportedly acquired Brassard in exchange for G Filip Gustavsson, D Ian Cole and a 2018 first-round draft pick.
Brassard (undisclosed) will be back in the Senators lineup on Saturday.
Brassard has missed the last two games but will draw back onto the second lineup tonight in Toronto. Brassard has just one goal in his last 10 games, but the 30-year-old has two goals and one assist in three games vs. Toronto this season.
Brassard (undisclosed) was a full participant in Friday's practice; expects to play on Saturday.
Brassard (undisclosed) will not play on Thursday.
Brassard will miss his second straight game with an undisclosed injury. The Senators have not said a lot about Brassard’s injury, but he was possible for tonight’s game on Wednesday, so that suggests it is minor and that he could be back on Saturday.
Source: @Senators 02/8/18, 11:55 am EST
Brassard (undisclosed) is “possible” to return on Thursday.
Brassard missed Tuesday’s game with a mysterious injury but it looks like he could be back in tomorrow. The 30-year-old has struggled recently, recording just one goal and no assists in his last 10 games.
Source: Dan Seguin 02/7/18, 1:46 pm EST
Brassard (undisclosed) will not play on Tuesday.
Brassard is dealing with an undisclosed injury that will keep him out of tonight’s contest. There’s no word when Brassard suffered the injury but it will force the Senators to go with 11 forwards and seven defensemen tonight. Monitor Brassard’s status heading into Thursday’s game vs. the Predators.
Source: @Senators 02/6/18, 12:06 pm EST
Brassard (undisclosed) will play Tuesday vs. the Blackhawks.
Brassard was originally listed as questionable for tonight’s game, but he hopped on the ice for the Senators morning skate and will play against Chicago. Brassard has played well recently, picking up four goals and five assists (nine points) in his last nine games.
Brassard (shoulder) has been cleared to play in the Senators season opener.
After missing the majority of the preseason while rehabbing his surgically repaired shoulder, Brassard is ready to go for Thursday. Brassard had a disappointing debut season in Ottawa, picking up just 39 points (14G / 25A) in 81 games. He was a lot strong in the playoffs, so look for him to get back to his 20-goal, 30-40 assist pace from his Ranger days.
Source: @Senators 10/4/17, 8:30 am EST
Brassard (shoulder) not expected to be ready for the Senators’ season opener.
Brassard continues to recover from offseason shoulder surgery and while he’s not expected to be sidelined for much longer, it doesn’t look like he’ll be ready for Ottawa’s season opener (Oct.5). Rookie Colin White was hoping to fill-in for Brassard and make the team out of camp, but broke his wrist in their preseason game on Monday, which opens the door for fellow rookies Logan Brown and Filip Chlapik to potentially crack the roster.