van Riemsdyk (lower-body) will return to the Flyers lineup on Thursday.
van Riemsdyk has missed the last 16 games with a lower-body injury that he suffered in the second game of the season. van Riemsdyk had one assist in his first two games and returns on the third line and first power-play unit against a Devils team that is giving up the third most goals against in the NHL.
van Riemsdyk (lower-body) is targeting a return on Thursday.
van Riemsdyk continues to skate with the Flyers, but won’t play on Tuesday. van Riemsdyk has not ruled out a possible return on Thursday, so monitor his status during the morning skate.
van Riemsdyk (lower-body) was cleared for contact on Thursday.
van Riemsdyk joined the Flyers morning skate in a regular jersey, suggesting he has been cleared for contact. van Riemsdyk won’t play on Thursday and is unlikely for Saturday, but could be back some time next week.
van Riemsdyk (lower-body) will resume skating in a few days.
van Riemsdyk has been out since October 6th and is just two and a half weeks into a 5-to-6 week timetable. Returning to the ice is an important step in the right direction for JVR, who could be back in early-November if everything goes well.
van Riemsdyk will miss 5-6 weeks with a lower-body injury.
The Flyers have signed James van Riemsdyk to a five-year, $35M ($7.0M AAV) contract.
van Riemsdyk was originally selected No.2 overall by the Flyers in 2007 and spent the first three years of his career in Philadelphia. van Riemsdyk has been one of the most consistent producers in the NHL in recent years, averaging 31 goals and 28 assists (59 points) per 82 games over the last five seasons. JVR is expected to skate on the Flyers’ second line with Nolan Patrick and Jakub Voracek.
van Riemsdyk is on the ice for warmups; will return to the Toronto lineup as expected.
van Riemsdyk (lower-body) will not play on Saturday.
van Riemsdyk was a question mark for Thursady’s game vs. Carolina, but played and then missed Friday’s practice and won’t face his former team tonight. Despite being held out tonight, head coach Mike Babcock expects JVR back in on Monday.
van Riemsdyk (lower-body) is taking part in warmups; expected to play vs. Carolina.
van Riemsdyk (lower-body) will be a game-time decision on Thursday.
van Riemsdyk fell awkwardly during Monday’s win over the Kings, missed Wednesday’s practice, but was on the ice for the morning skate and is officially listed as a game-time decision for tonight’s meeting with Carolina. van Riemsdyk will be replaced by Josh Leivo if he is unable to play.
van Riemsdyk (lower-body) missed Wednesday’s practice but should be able to play on Thursday.
It looks like van Riemsdyk avoided serious injury when he went down awkwardly on Monday, but was able to finish the game. He is likely a bit sore, which is why he didn’t practice today, but head coach Mike Babcock said that JVR should play tomorrow vs. Carolina.
van Riemsdyk (foot) has suffered a setback and is likely done for the season.
van Riemsdyk was expected to miss 6-8 weeks and today would mark exactly six weeks, but his foot has not healed like the Maple Leafs expected, so he will be shut down for the rest of the season. With the Maple Leafs tearing the team apart and with nothing to play for, there’s no point in risking JVR getting hurt even more.
van Riemsdyk will miss 6-8 weeks with a non-displaced fracture in his left foot.
van Riemsdyk suffered the injury in Saturday’s blowout loss in San Jose. JVR leads the Maple Leafs in points with 29 (14G / 15A), but they’ll be without him for at least the next six weeks. Six weeks would have him returning in time for their game on February 23rd vs. Nashville—which means he’ll miss the next 17 games.
van Riemsdyk is on the ice for the Maple Leafs' gameday skate after leaving Tuesday's game.
van Riemsdyk was run over by teammate Dion Phaneuf in Tuesday's loss to the Sharks. He left briefly but did return, so there is no surprise that he is on the ice this afternoon and is expected to play tonight vs. L.A. Despite the blowout loss to the Sharks, JVR still picked up an assist and now has 54 points (26G/28A) in 65 games.
van Riemsdyk (undisclosed) did not skate again today, but has been cleared to play Thursday.
Leafs head coach Randy Carlyle said that he expects van Riemsdyk to play on Thursday after being cleared medically on Wednesday. JVR has not skated with the Leafs since returning from the Olympics. In Sochi the line of JVR-Pavelski-Kessel was the USA's most dangerous in the preliminary round, the Leafs hope that JVR and Kessel will be able to bring that back with them as they get back underway tomorrow. van Riemsdyk has 24 goals and 23 assits (47 points) in 38 games this season.
van Riemsdyk (flu) is on the ice with the Maple Leafs this morning.
After missing practice on Monday, van Riemsdyk flew to Florida this morning and is expected to play tonight.
van Riemsdyk (undisclosed) is on the ice for the Maple Leafs morning skate.
van Riemsdyk missed practice on Wednesday but is back today and is expected to play tonight. van Riemsdyk has six goals and five assists (11 points) in his last 12 games.
van Riemsdyk (undisclosed) took a maintenance day today, expected to play on Thursday.
van Riemsdyk scored in the Maple Leafs 3-2 win over the Lightning last night. JVR has six goals and four assists (10 points) in his last 10 games. He has totalled 41 points (21G / 20A) in 53 games this season.
Maple Leafs head coach Randy Carlyle said that van Riemsdyk has been nursing an injury lately, but should be good-to-go on Tuesday.
van Riemsdyk left the ice towards the end of practice, but is expected to play vs. Tampa Bay tomorrow. He has five goals and five assists (10 points) in his last 11 games.
James van Riemsdyk has been moved to centre.
With the injuries to key centres Dave Bollland and Tyler Bozak the Maple Leafs have shifted van Riemsdyk from the left-wing to the first line centre between Phil Kessel and Joffrey Lupul. He has shown great chemistry with Kessel posting six goals and seven assists in 13 games. van Riemsdyk has never played centre in the NHL and only played it sparingly at the University of New Hampshire.