The Avalanche have sent Eric Gelinas to San Antonio (AHL).
Gelinas cleared waivers last week but wasn’t sent down right away. Gelinas was a healthy scratch for the last two games and heads to San Antonio for the first time. During his last AHL stint, Gelinas had five points (1G / 4A) in 13 games with Albany in 2013-14.
Source: @Avalanche 02/10/17, 8:51 am EST
Gelinas will make his season debut on Saturday.
Gelinas sat as a healthy scratch for the first four games of the season, but will replace Fedor Tyutin (groin) tonight in Florida. Gleans had no points in six games with the Avalanche last year, but had six points (1G / 5A) in 34 games with New Jersey before the trade.
Gelinas is out indefinitely with an elbow injury.
Gelinas suffered the injury in Friday’s game in Calgary and missed Sunday’s game in Edmonton. He is out indefinitely, so there is no timetable for his return. With Gelinas out, Chris Bigras and Andrew Bodnarchuk will skate on the Avs’ third paring.
Gelinas (back) will be back in the Avalanche lineup on Monday.
Source: @Avalanche 03/7/16, 8:24 am EST
Gelinas (back) will not play on Thursday.
The Avalanche have acquired Eric Gelinas from the Devils for a 2017 third round pick.
Gelinas has often served as a healthy scratch this season and with the Devils acquiring David Warsofsky off of waivers earlier in the day, the writing was on the wall. Gelinas is a big body (6’4” / 215 lbs.) with a bigger shot, but that’s what he is known for, not his defensive prowess.
Gelinas will be a healthy scratch on Tuesday.
Gelinas has shuffled in and out of the lineup this season and tonight he will come out in favour of Jon Merrill, who was a healthy scratch in the last two games. Gelinas, who is known for his offence, has just three points (1G / 2A) in 19 games this season.
Gelinas will be back in the lineup on Friday.
Gelinas was a healthy scratch on Tuesday, but will be in the lineup tonight vs. the Red Wings. Gelinas has sat out frequently this season, posting just one goal and two assists in 17 games this year. He will replace Jon Merrill.
Source: Rich Chere 12/11/15, 7:08 am EST
Gelinas will be a healthy scratch on Friday.
Source: Tom Gulitti 11/6/15, 6:24 am EST
Gelinas (ribs) will not play on Thursday; hopeful for Saturday.
Gelinas will miss tonight’s game with banged up ribs. He said it is not comfortable to twist, so he will sit out tonight and hopes to be in the season finale on Saturday.
Source: Rich Chere 04/9/15, 10:27 am EST
Gelinas will be back in the Devils lineup on Friday.
Gelinas was a healthy scratch in the last six games, but will be back in the lineup tonight in Chicago. He has four goals and seven assists (11 points) in 34 games this season. He will replace Mark Fraser in the lineup.
Gelinas is expected to be back in the Devils lineup on Monday.
Gelnias missed five games with an illness, but served as a healthy scratch in the last two games. Expect Gelinas to replace Peter Harrold in the lineup tonight and be paired with Jon Merrill.
The Devils have activated Eric Gelinas (illness) from IR.
Gelinas has missed the last five games with an illness. Despite being activated, Gelinas will not be in the lineup tonight vs. the Kings. He has 11 points (4G / 7A) in 32 games this season.
Gelinas (illness) will not play on Friday.
The Devils have been hit hard by mumps, but as of right now, it doesn’t look like Gelinas has mumps. Seth Helgeson will replace him in tonight’s lineup. Gelinas is day-to-day.
Source: Rich Chere 01/2/15, 6:46 am EST
Gelinas in; Helgeson out.
Gelinas has served as a healthy scratch in the last two games. He will come out of the press box and strap on the gear tonight in Dallas. He brings a bomb to the Devils blue line, but has just three goals and six assists in 23 games to show for it.
Gelinas will return to the Devils lineup on Tuesday.
Gelinas was a healthy scratch in the last three games, but will be back in the lineup tonight because of an undisclosed injury to Jon Merrill. After a breakout season in 2013-14, Gelinas has recorded one goal and three assists with a minus-2 rating in eight games this season. Expect him to be paired with Adam Larsson as well as skate on the second power-play unit.
Source: Tom Gulitti 11/4/14, 1:05 pm EST
The Devils signed defenseman Eric Gelinas to a one-year deal.
Gelinas, 23, had seven goals and 22 assists in 60 games in his first NHL season. The 6-foot-4 defenseman averaged 2:25 power-play minutes per night and tallied five goals and 17 assists with the extra-man, both good for second among Devils D-men. He has an a rocket slap-shot and will be a key member of the New Jersey power-play in 2014-15.
The Devils have reassigned Eric Gelinas to Albany (AHL).
Gelinas has seven goals and 22 assists (29 points) in 60 games in his rookie season. The Devils are done for the season so he will head back to Albany.
The Devils have recalled defenseman Eric Gelinas from Albany (AHL).
Gelinas, 22, played five games for the Albany (0G / 2A / +3) since he was sent down January 31. He had to sit out four AHL games earlier in the month as he was ineligible to play during the NHL’s Olympic break because he spent too much time on New Jersey’s roster. On the season, Gelinas has six goals and 16 assists (22 points in 44 games with New Jersey.
The Devils have assigned Eric Gelinas to Albany (AHL).
Gelinas is the victim of a numbers game in New Jersey because he has played extremely well in a Devils uniform. He recorded 16 points (4G / 12A) in 33 games.