Kane (personal) will return to the Sharks lineup on Saturday.
Kane was on the ice for the morning skate but will not play Thursday.
Kane will miss his seventh straight game but the Sharks are hopeful that he will be back on Saturday. Gustav Nyquist is expected to remain in the top-6 with Kane out.
Source: Kevin Kurz 03/14/19, 2:12 pm EST
Kane (upper-body) will not play on Thursday.
Kane took part in Wednesday’s practice but will not be available for the third consecutive game due to an upper-body injury that he suffered in Boston. Kane remains day-to-day and seems like he will be available for Saturday’s game vs. St. Louis.
Source: Paul Gackle 03/7/19, 2:56 pm EST
Kane (undisclosed) is questionable to play on Thursday.
Kane has missed the last two games with an undisclosed injury and remains questionable to play Thursday despite skating on Wednesday. Kane did skate with Tomas Hertl and Gustav Nyqust in practice, which suggests there’s a chance that he plays vs. the Canadiens.
Source: Sheng Peng 03/7/19, 10:24 am EST
Kane (undisclosed) will not play against the Blackhawks on Sunday.
Source: Paul Gackle 03/3/19, 1:28 pm EST
Kane (undisclosed) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Blackhawks.
Kane (undisclosed) will not play against the Avalanche on Friday.
Source: Paul Gackle 03/1/19, 1:35 pm EST
Kane will draw back into the Sharks lineup after serving his one-game suspension.
The NHL has suspended Evander Kane for Game 2.
Kane (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision on Saturday.
Source: Kevin Kurz 04/7/18, 2:41 pm EST
Kane (undisclosed) is not expected to play Thursday; says he'll be ready for the playoffs.
Kane will miss his second straight game, but he says he will be ready to go for the playoffs. With a postseason berth already looked up, the Sharks can afford to play it safe with Kane.
Kane (undisclosed) will not play on Tuesday.
Kane missed Monday’s practice and will not play tonight vs. the Stars. Kane has been strong since joining the Sharks, posting nine goals and five assists (14 points) in 16 games since the trade. Kane is considered day-to-day.
Source: Paul Gackle 04/3/18, 1:48 pm EST
Kane (lower-body) is on the ice for warmups; expected to play Friday.
Source: Kevin Kurz 03/16/18, 8:34 pm EST
Kane (lower-body) will be a game-time decision on Friday.
The Sharks have acquired Evander Kane from the Sabres for Danny O’Regan, a conditional 2019 1st round pick and a conditional 2020 4th round pick.
Kane brings size, speed and scoring to the Sharks, who are in need of top-6 goal scoring help. Kane has scored 20 goals and 20 assists (40 points) in 61 games this season. If he does not re-sign with the Sharks this season, the 1st round pick in 2019 becomes a 2nd round pick.
Kane will be scratched for the second straight game.
With a possible trade on the horizon the Sabres will make sure that Kane remains healthy, so he will sit tonight. There’s a good chance that Thursday’s game in Detroit was Kane’s last with the Sabres.
Source: Joe Yerdon 02/25/18, 3:40 pm EST
Kane will be held out of Saturday's game for precautionary reasons ahead of Monday's trade deadline.
Kane (illness) will be a game-time decision on Saturday.
Kane was in the lineup after being a game-time decision on Thursday, so expect the same thing to happen this afternoon. He missed yesterday’s practice for rest reasons because he’s fighting an illness, but he should play vs. the Blues.
Kane (illness) will be a game-time decision on Thursday.
Kane missed Tuesday's game with an illness, but is expected to be back in the lineup tonight after skating with Jack Eichel and Sam Reinhart in the morning skate. Kane has been on fire recently, recording nine goals and five assists (13 points) in his last 17 games.