Eichel (upper-body) is on the ice for warmups.
Eichel (upper-body) will be a game-time decision on Saturday.
Eichel, who was a late scratch on Thursday, will be in warmups on Saturday afternoon and the Sabres will see how he feels before making a decision on his availability.
Eichel is day-to-day with an upper-body injury.
Eichel was a late scratch on Thursday but was on the ice for Friday's practice. Eichel remains day-to-day and is questionable to play Saturday but the good news is that it clearly isn't a serious injury for the red-hot forward.
Eichel will not play Thursday due to an upper-body injury.
Eichel has been suspended two games for his illegal check to the head on Carl Soderberg.
Eichel (upper-body) will return to the Sabres lineup on Friday.
Eichel has missed the last three games with an upper-body injury but will be back Friday in Carolina. Eichel has enjoyed a quality campaign, collecting 15 goals and 34 assists (49 points) in 40 games.
Eichel (upper-body) will not play Tuesday.
Eichel was on the ice for Tuesday’s morning skate but the Sabres will hold him out for the third straight game. The Sabres want to be “cautious” with their star centre, leaving the door open for him to return during their Friday/Saturday back-to-back.
Eichel is day-to-day with an upper-body injury; will not play Thursday.
Eichel was listed as questionable for Monday’s game but ended up playing before leaving after just 2:42 TOI. The Sabres want to be cautious with their star centre, so they will scratch him on Thursday and re-evaluate him early next week.
Eichel (undisclosed) is on the ice for warmups; expected to play on Monday.
Eichel (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision on Monday.
Eichel missed Sunday’s practice and is questionable for Monday’s game against the Islanders. C.J. Smith was recalled this morning and will replace Eichel if he is unavailable.
Eichel (ankle) will return to the Sabres lineup on Saturday.
Eichel (ankle) will not play on Thursday.
Despite practicing on Tuesday and Wednesday, Eichel is not ready to return to the Sabres lineup on Thursday. Regardless, he is obviously getting close to a return to the lineup, so monitor his status heading into Saturday’s game vs. the Blackhawks.
Source: Joe Yerdon 03/14/18, 1:26 pm EST
Eichel is out indefinitely with a high ankle sprain.
Eichel left Saturday’s game with a lower-body injury; questionable to play Sunday vs. the Avalanche.
The Sabres signed Jack Eichel to an eight-year extension worth $80 million ($10.0M AAV).
Eichel is entering the final year of his entry-level contract, so this extension will kick in for the 2018-19 season and run through the 2025-26 campaign—he will be 29-years-old. Eichel is hoping for a better start to 2017-18 after last year got derailed by an injury before the first game. Upon his return to the Buffalo lineup, Eichel was 10th in the NHL in points and is pegged as one of the biggest breakout candidates coming into this season.
Eichel (ankle) is fine and will play on Tuesday.
Eichel tweaked his ankle in last night’s loss in Washington, but he said he is fine and will play tonight vs. the Oikers. Eichel has played well in his first four games of the season, posting three goals and one assist. Expect a strong performance tonight as he goes head to head with Connor McDavid.
Eichel (ankle) will return to the Sabres lineup on Tuesday.
After missing the first 21 games of the season with an ankle injury, Eichel will play tonight vs. the Senators. Eichel had a strong rookie season, having picked up 24 goals and 32 assists (56 points) in 81 games and he will start his 2016-17 season on a line with Evander Kane and Sam Reinhart.
Eichel (ankle) was a full participant in Monday’s practice; could make his NHL debut on Tuesday.
Eichel has not played in a game this season because of a preseason ankle injury, but he skated on the second line and on the top power-play at Monday’s practice. Head coach Dan Bylsma said it is possible for Eichel to make his debut tomorrow, so monitor his status during the morning skate.
Eichel (ankle) returned to practice on Wednesday; expected to miss 3-5 more games.
Eichel had been skating on his own prior to Wednesday, but he joined the Sabres for his first practice session since getting injured a few days before the season started. Eichel won’t play tonight, but is only expected to miss 3-5 more games before making his season debut. This is massive news for the Sabres, who currently sit last in the NHL in goal scoring.
Eichel (ankle) resumed skating on Thursday; remains weeks away from playing.
Eichel is nearly four weeks into a 6-8 week timetable, but his return to the ice on Thursday is a great sign that he is recovering on schedule. It appears as if Eichel is on-pace to return to the lineup in late November/early-December. Monitor Eichel’s progression over the next few weeks.
Source: Amy Moritz 11/11/16, 4:50 am EST