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
Phaneuf (hand) will not play on Friday.
Phaneuf skated for a second straight day on Thursday, but is not ready to return on Friday. The Leafs have a back-to-back on Friday and Saturday so it seems unlikely that he will return on Saturday, but monitor his status heading into the weekend.
Phaneuf (hand) returned to practice on Tuesday.
Phaneuf will miss his fourth straight game with a hand injury he suffered on January 21st. Today was the first time that he skated since suffering the injury and he is expected to be back next week.
Phaneuf (upper-body) will miss at least another week.
Phaneuf will miss his third straight game tonight and will likely miss at least three games next week. The Maple Leafs season is pretty much over, so they likely won’t rush Phaneuf back into the lineup.
Phaneuf is week-to-week with a hand injury.
Phaneuf suffered an apparent hand injury in the Maple Leafs final game before the All Star break in Ottawa. Reports are that Phaneuf aggravated a hand injury in a fight with Eric Staal on Monday and then made it worse while fighting Milan Michalek on Wednesday. With Phaneuf out, the Maple Leafs recalled Petter Granberg.
Phaneuf (flu) is "probable" for Sunday.
Phaneuf did not skate this morning because of the flu, but Randy Carlyle expects to have him in the lineup tomorrow. With the 3 p.m ET game, there will be no morning skate, so monitor his status around 1 p.m when Carlyle will should address the media.
Phaneuf (undisclosed) will play on Saturday.
Phaneuf was not at Maple Leafs practice again on Friday, the defenseman has not practiced since Sunday and reportedly spent awhile in the training room following Wednesday's win over the Rangers. Whatever is ailing Phaneuf, must not be too serious as he will play on Saturday against the Flyers.
Phaneuf was given a 'maintenance' morning but is expected to play Wednesday in New York.
Phaneuf has one goal and one assist with a plus-5 rating in his last seven games. He has totalled 24 points (6G / 18A) and leads the Leafs in plus/minus at plus-20 through 61 games.
The Maple Leafs have signed captain Dion Phaneuf to a 7-year contract extension which is believed to be worth approximately $49 millions US.
Phaneuf is in his fourth full season with the Maple Leafs and has averaged 24:21 TOI while posting four goals, 11 assists (15 points) and a plus-13 rating in 39 games. "Dion is our team leader and has been a pillar in our building process," said Leafs GM Dave Nonis. "He has proven to be a very durable and reliable defenceman in all facets of the game. He plays big minutes in every situation for us and we're pleased to have him under contract for the next seven seasons."
The NHL has suspended Dion Phaneuf two games for his hit from behind on Bruins' defenseman Kevan Miller on Sunday.
Phaneuf is ineligible to play tomorrow vs. Los Angeles or Thursday in St. Louis. He will draw back into the lineup on Saturday when the Blackhawks come to Toronto.
Phaneuf will have a phone hearing on Tuesday for his hit from behind on Bruins' defenseman Kevan Miller.
Phaneuf crunched Miller into the boards from behind near the end of the third period in Sunday night's Bruins-Maple Leafs game. The NHL confirmed that Phaneuf's hearing will happen on Tuesday by phone, meaning that it can be no longer than five games.
Despite leaving warmups it appears that Phaneuf is still going to play.
Mark Fraser will once again be scratched as Phaneuf will play. This is great news for the Maple Leafs who could not afford to lose anyone else to injury, especially not their captain and big minute eating defenseman.
Phaneuf just left the ice early and was replaced by Mark Fraser.
Phaneuf took two line rushes before departing for the dressing room. It looks like he is doubtful to play tonight. Phaneuf reportedly blocked a shot last night and left briefly but was able to finish the game.
Phaneuf will play tonight.
Phaneuf took a maintenance day yesterday but is expected to play tonight. The team's captain has scored six goals and 27 points in 40 games this season. Expect him to play in all situations tonight.
Phaneuf is day-to-day according to Wilson. Expected to play tomorrow.
Phaneuf likely took a maintenance day today. The team's captain has played in all 40 of the Leafs games, scoring six goals and 27 points over 40 games.
As expected Dion Phaneuf back on the ice today, ready to go tonight. Missed practice yesterday.
Sounds like Phaneuf simply took a maintenance day today and otherwise is OK. If you own the team's captain, start him with confidence.