Beauchemin will be a healthy scratch on Sunday.
Beauchemin is a healthy scratch for Saturday's game against the Wild.
Beauchemin (illness) will not play on Friday.
Beauchemin will come out of the lineup on Friday, which means that Eric Gelinas will be back in on the Avalanche blueline. Beauchemin is day-to-day and should be back in the lineup next week.
Source: @Avalanche 01/6/17, 8:38 am EST
Beauchemin (upper-body) will play on Friday.
Beauchemin missed Thursday’s practice with an upper-body injury, but he will play tonight vs. Florida. Beauchemin is still looking for his first goal of the season, but has collected six assists in 28 games so far this season.
The Avalanche have signed Francois Beauchemin to a three-year deal worth $13.5.
Beauchemin (finger) will play on Saturday vs. the Coyotes.
Beauchemin has missed the last 13 games with a broken finger, but he will be back in the lineup tonight in Arizona. Beauchemin will be paired with Hampus Lindholm on the Ducks’ second pair. Beauchemin has five assists and a plus-3 rating in 18 games this season.
Beauchemin (finger) is a game time decision for Saturday.
The Ducks did not have a morning skate so there was no word whether or not Beauchemin will be in the lineup tonight. Monitor his status leading up to puck-drop.
Beauchemin (finger) will not play on Monday.
Beauchemin will miss his 13th straight game with a broken finger. He continues to practice, but is not quite ready to return to the lineup. This is the Ducks last game before the Christmas break, so monitor his status leading up to Saturday’s game vs. the Coyotes.
Beauchemin (finger) will not play on Monday against San Jose.
Beauchemin has been sidelined with a broken finger since November 25th and will be held out until after the Christmas break. Monitor his status heading into the weekend after the break.
Beauchemin (finger) will not play on Thursday.
Beauchemin said on Wednesday that he was not likely to play today and coach Bruce Boudreau confirmed that this afternoon. He is day-to-day, but there is also no guarantee that he will be back in the lineup tomorrow in Ottawa.
Beauchemin (finger) will not play on Tuesday.
Beauchemin was on the ice for the Ducks’ morning skate on Tuesday, but he is not quite ready to return to the lineup. Beauchemin was expected to miss 4-6 weeks after fracturing his finger on November 25th, but today marks the three week mark, so he is ahead of schedule.
Beauchemin (finger) could “possibly” play in the next seven days.
Beauchemin, who is just two and a half weeks into a 4-6 week timeline, skated on Friday and coach Boudreau said that he could potentially play before the end of the road-trip that wraps up next Friday.
Defenseman Francois Beauchemin has been placed on injured reserve with a broken finger, and is out for 4-6 weeks.
With Beauchemin out the Ducks have acquired Eric Brewer from the Lightning to help solidify their blue line while Beauchemin is out. He has five assists and a plus-3 on the season.
Beauchemin (hand) is not expected to play on Friday.
Beauchemin reportedly injured his hand while blocking a shot on Tuesday and won’t be in the lineup this afternoon vs. Chicago. Clayton Stoner is expected to replace him in the lineup after missing two games with an illness.
Beauchemin (illness) will return to the Ducks lineup on Thursday.
Beauchemin has missed the last five games after he was hospitalized with an illness. He will provide a big boost to the Ducks blue line who have had to have inexperienced players play large minutes in Beauchemin’s absence. He is averaging 22:51 TOI per game, so expect him to play close to that in his return tonight. He has four assists in 15 games.
Beauchemin (illness) is expected to return to the Ducks’ blue line on Friday.
Beauchemin will miss his fifth straight game on Tuesday but head coach Bruce Boudreau said there is a strong possibility that Beauchemin will be back on Friday.
Ducks say Francois Beauchemin has recovered from the mumps
Beauchemin hasn't played since Nov 7th and has 4 points in 15 games on the year.
Beauchemin is out with a viral gland infection; he is undergoing testing and results are pending.
Beauchemin missed Sunday’s game and it now sounds like he is going to miss a few more games with a viral infection. We will wait for official word from the Ducks after the testing results come in.
Beauchemin (flu) will not play on Sunday.
Beauchemin will be held out of tonight’s game with the flu. He joins Corey Perry and Cam Fowler as scratches tonight which means that Mat Clark will likely make his season debut.
Beauchemin (flu) did not participate in the Ducks morning skate.
Like Corey Perry, Beauchemin is also battling the flu. His absence from practice for the last two days, makes him questionable for tonight’s meeting with the Canucks. Josh Manson would slide back into the lineup if Beauchemin is unavailable.