Fehr (undisclosed) is expected to miss 1-2 weeks.
Fehr missed Tuesday’s game in Boston and will miss at least one more week with a “body injury.” Joel Eriksson Ek was recalled to replace Fehr on the fourth line.
Source: @mnwild 01/10/19, 12:23 pm EST
The Wild have inked Eric Fehr to a one-year, $1M deal.
Fehr (lower-body) will not play Monday.
Source: Kevin Kurz 03/26/18, 1:42 pm EST
Fehr (lower-body) will be back in the Sharks lineup on Sunday.
Source: Paul Gackle 03/4/18, 7:57 pm EST
Fehr (lower-body) will not play on Thursday.
Fehr has one assist in four games since joining the Sharks but will not play tonight vs. the Blackhawks. Fehr will be replaced by either Marcus Sorensen or Jannik Hansen in the lineup tonight.
Source: Kevin Kurz 03/1/18, 1:50 pm EST
The Maple Leafs have loaned Eric Fehr to Toronto (AHL).
Fehr has been a healthy scratch for the last three games and has only appeared in four games so far this season. The Maple Leafs used the roster spot to recall Kasperi Kapanen from the Marlies.
Fehr will draw into the Maple Leafs lineup on Wednesday.
Fehr has been in and out of the lineup, swapping places with Dominic Moore. Fehr has not recorded a point in three games and has no fantasy value.
Fehr (upper-body) will not play on Thursday.
Fehr will make his Maple Leafs debut on Wednesday.
Fehr had six goals and five assists (11 points) in 52 games with the Penguins before being shipped to the Maple Leafs at the trade deadline. Tonight he will replace Nikita Soshnikov on the Maple Leafs’ fourth line in his debut.
The Maple Leafs have acquired Eric Fehr, Steven Oleksy and a 2017 4th Round Pick from the Penguins for Frank Corrado.
Fehr is a veteran who brings forward depth to the Maple Leafs. The Penguins needed to move his cap-hit in order to add Mark Streit to their blueline and the Maple Leafs were in the position to add an asset to do so. Fehr has 11 points (6G / 5A) in 52 games this season.
Fehr (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision for Game 4.
Fehr (lower-body) will be a game-time decision on Friday.
Fehr has been sidelined since February 2nd with a lower-body injury, but could be back in the lineup tonight in Columbus. Fehr is listed as a game-time decision, so monitor his status when warmups get underway at 6:30 p.m ET.
Source: @penguins 03/11/16, 9:58 am EST
Fehr is out long-term with an lower-body injury.
Fehr suffered a lower-body injury on Tuesday and will miss at least one month. With Fehr out, the Penguins will likely recall a forward from Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL).
Fehr (elbow) will make his Penguins debut on Saturday.
Fehr (elbow) returned to practice on Sunday.
Fear had elbow surgery in June and was expected to miss 4-6 months. He is four and a half months into that timetable which suggests that Fehr’s Penguins’ debut is around the corner.
The Penguins signed Eric Fehr to a two-year deal worth $6M ($3M AAV) on Tuesday.
Fehr (upper-body) won’t play in Game 1; expected to resume skating on Friday.
Fehr (upper-body) will not play in the next two games.
Fehr was injured early in Game 3, and will miss at least Games 4 and 5. With Fehr out on Tuesday, Andre Burakovsky is expected to suit up.
Fehr (upper-body) is probable for Game 1.
Fehr missed the last three games of the regular season, but was back at practice on Monday and skated on the third line, which indicates that he will be back for Game 1 vs. the Islanders.
Fehr (upper-body) will not play on Wednesday.
Fehr will miss his second consecutive games with an upper-body injury. He skated after the main group and will not play tonight, but could be back in on Saturday.
Source: Mike Vogel 04/8/15, 2:10 pm EST