Phaneuf (illness) will be in the Kings lineup on Thursday.
Phaneuf has been cleared and is eligible to play in Thursday's game in Pittsburgh.
Phaneuf was originally expected to be scratched tonight due to immigration issues, but it appears that's been resolved. If he does in fact slot into the lineup tonight, he will most likely take Kevin Gravel's spot on the Kings' second pair alongside Alec Martinez.
The Kings have acquired Dion Phaneuf and Nate Thompson from the Senators for Marian Gaborik and Nick Shore.
Phaneuf (personal) will be back in the Senators lineup on Wednesday.
Phaneuf missed the last two games to be with his wife for their birth of their daughter. After a few days off over the Christmas break, Phaneuf is ready to get back in the lineup tonight in Boston. Phaneuf has 11 points (3G / 8A) in 32 games this season.
Phaneuf (personal) will not play on Thursday.
Phaneuf left the team to deal with a personal matter and will not be in the lineup on Thursday. Ben Harpur will replace Phanuef on the Senators blueline.
Source: TSN1200 12/21/17, 7:36 am EST
Phaneuf (personal) left the team and is questionable for Thursday.
Senators head coach Guy Boucher said Phaneuf is away from the team and may or may not play on Thursday. Andreas Englund was recalled from Belleville (AHL) this morning which suggests that Phaneuf won't be available, but monitor the defenseman's status leading up to puck-drop.
Source: TSN1200 12/21/17, 4:40 am EST
Phaneuf (maintenance) missed the morning skate but will play on Thursday.
Phaneuf was held off of the ice this morning, but will be in the lineup against the Red Wings. Phaneuf has registered three goals and three assists (six points) in 12 games so far this season.
Phaneuf (illness) will be a game-time decision on Monday.
Phaneuf missed Monday’s morning skate and is questionable for tonight’s game because of an illness. If Phaneuf can’t play, Frederik Claesson will draw in and play with Erik Karlssson on the top pair.
Source: Dean Brown 03/6/17, 9:16 am EST
Phaneuf will miss the rest of the regular season with a broken foot.
Phaneuf suffered a broken foot last Tuesday vs. the Capitals and will miss the rest of the regular season. Phaneuf had eight points (1G / 7A) in 20 games with the Senators and 32 points (4G / 28A) in 71 games between Ottawa and Toronto.
Phaneuf (lower-body) will not play Saturday.
Phaneuf will miss his second straight game with a lower-body injury that he suffered on Tuesday. The Senators have not provided many details on Phaneuf’s injury, so there is no word on how many games he is expected to miss.
Phaneuf (lower-body) will not play on Wednesday.
Phaneuf was hit hard by Capitals defenseman Brooks Orpik in the second period, but finished the period and did not come out for the third. Phaneuf will miss tonight’s game and there is no timetable for his return. With Phaneuf out, the Senators have recalled Fredrik Claesson from Binghamton (AHL).
The Senators have acquired Dion Phaneuf, Matt Frattin, Casey Bailey, Ryan Rupert and prospect Cody Donaghey from the Maple Leafs for Jared Cowen, Colin Greening, Milan Michalek, Tobias Lindberg and a 2017 2nd round pick.
The Maple Leafs were able to ship out Phaneuf and his massive contract without having to retain any salary. Phaneuf will make his Senators debut on Wednesday in Detroit, where he will be paired with Cody Ceci. Phaneuf has collected three goals, 21 assists (24 points) and 116 shots in 51 games with the Maple Leafs. He will be playing second fiddle to Erik Karlsson in Ottawa, but an improved offence could help his fantasy value in the long-run.
Phaneuf (hand) will return to the Leafs lineup on Thursday.
Phaneuf has been out with a hand injury since January 21st, but he is finally ready to get back into the lineup on Thursday. He suffered a setback along the way, which prolonged his recovery, but with the Leafs well out of the playoff race, there was no need to rush their captain back into the lineup. He has two goals and 20 assists (22 points) in 48 games this season.
Phaneuf (hand) practiced on Monday; expected to return this week.
Phaneuf was a full participant in Monday’s practice and he is hopeful that he will be able to play on Thursday. He will likely continue to test his hand leading up to Thursday and make a decision after Thursday’s morning skate.
Phaneuf (hand) will not play over the weekend.
Phaneuf still is not ready to return to the Maple Leafs lineup, so he will miss at least Friday’s game in Carolina and Saturday’s game vs. Winnipeg.
Phaneuf (hand) will not play on Tuesday vs. the Panthers.
Phaneuf is still skating alone, but was not in the morning skate today so he will sit yet again. Phaneuf has been sidelined since January 21st.
Phaneuf (hand) will not play on Tuesday vs. Florida.
Phaneuf will miss his 10th straight game with a hand injury that he suffered on January 21st. He suffered a setback last week and will continue to be held out of the lineup.
Phaneuf (hand) missed practice on Monday.
Phaneuf skated on his own prior to practice, but did not join the team for the full session. This suggests that his timetable has been pushed back and that it is unlikely that he will be in the lineup vs. New York on Tuesday.
The Maple Leafs have placed Dion Phaneuf (hand) on IR.
Phaneuf has already been ruled out of tonight’s game for the sixth consecutive time, so placing him on IR creates an open roster spot until he can return.
Phaneuf (hand) will not play on Saturday.
Phaneuf will miss his sixth straight game tonight. With the Maple Leafs all but out of the playoff race, they will not rush their captain back into play. Look for him to be back in the lineup on Tuesday vs. the Rangers.
Source: David Alter 02/7/15, 7:03 am EST