Nielsen (concussion) is expected to return to the Red Wings lineup on Friday.
Nielsen has missed the last four games with a concussion, but is expected to centre the Red Wings second line tonight. Nielsen has no goals yet this season, but has added six assists in 11 games.
Nielsen (concussion) will not play on Tuesday.
Nielsen skated on Monday and Tuesday, but has not cleared concussion protocol ahead of tonight’s game vs. Vancouver. Nielsen is hopeful that he will return Friday vs. the Rangers.
Nielsen (undisclosed) will not play on Tuesday.
There is no indication what happened to Nielsen, but he played just 15:31 TOI on Sunday and will not play on Tuesday. With Nielsen out, Jacob De La Rose will move to the Red Wings second line.
Nielsen (upper-body) will miss at least two games.
Nielsen left Tuesday’s game following an “unnecessary hit to the head.”
Nielsen was caught by a hit from David Backes during the first period of last night’s game. The hit to the head earned Backes a hearing with the Department of Player Safety and is likely going to keep Nielsen out “for a little bit,” according to head coach Jeff Blashill.
Nielsen (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision on Thursday.
Nielsen was held off of the ice for the Red Wings’ morning skate, but could play tonight in Ottawa. Nielsen has had a slow start to the season, recording four goals on 25 shots in 14 games.
Source: Dana Wakiji 11/4/17, 5:24 am EST
Nielsen (upper-body) will likely return to the lineup on Saturday.
Nielsen missed the last three games with an upper-body injury that he suffered last Friday vs. the Islanders. Nielsen is set to return tomorrow and should skate between Tomas Tatar and Dylan Larkin tomorrow. Nielsen has had one of his worst seasons in a long time, having recorded just 26 points (10G / 16A) in 51 games in his first year with the Red Wings.
The Red Wings have placed Frans Nielsen (upper-body) on IR.
Nielsen (upper-body) will not play on Saturday.
The Red Wings have signed Frans Nielsen to a six-year deal worth $31.5 million ($5.25M AAV).
Nielsen has flown under the radar for much of his NHL career, but has finally been rewarded with a huge deal in Detroit. He has averaged 20 goals and 39 assists per 82 games in his last three years with the Islanders and will fill the hole left by Pavel Datsyuk’s departure for the Red Wings. He is a solid two-way centre, who creates offence for his line mates while also helping out Detroit’s special teams on both the power play and penalty kill.
Nielsen (rest) will not play on Sunday.
Nielsen (undisclosed) will not play on Friday.
Nielsen will miss his second straight game with an undisclosed this morning. Nielsen travelled with the team, so there is a good chance that Nielsen will be ready to go for the playoffs.
Nielsen (undisclosed) is not expected to play on Tuesday.
Nielsen will be held out of the lineup tonight because of an undisclosed injury. With Nielsen out, Josh Bailey is expected to shift to centre and play in Neilsen’s spot. He is listed as day-to-day.
Nielsen (undisclosed) will play on Thursday.
Nielsen was listed as questionable for tonight’s game, but he will be in the lineup tonight in Columbus. Nielsen comes in with two goals and one assist in his last six games and 42 points (14G / 28A) in 76 games this season.
Nielsen (undisclosed) is questionable for Thursday's game.
Nielsen in; Strome out.
Nielsen was given last night off, but he will be back in the lineup tonight vs. the Canadiens. Ryan Strome will take the night off.
Nielsen (undisclosed) will be held out of Friday's contest.
Nielsen is reportedly dealing with a nagging injury, so he will be given the night off as a maintenance day. With Nielsen coming out of the lineup, Michael Grabner will be back in.
Nielsen (hand) has been activated from IR and is expected to play tonight.
Nielsen has missed the last two games with a broken hand that he suffered after being slashed by Erik Johnson before the break. Nielsen is expected to centre the top line with Thomas Vanek and Kyle Okposo on his wings.
Nielsen (broken hand) was placed on injured reserve, retroactive to February 8.
With John Tavares out for the rest of the season, Nielsen is expected to become the Islanders top centre, however they will be without him as well until he fully recovers from a broken hand. Nielsen should be back by this time next week.