Spurgeon (undisclosed) is on the ice for warmups; expected to play vs. Boston.
Spurgeon has missed the last two games with an undisclosed injury, but his availability for warmups suggests he may return this afternoon. Monitor his status around five minutes before puck-drop to see if he is in or scratched.
Spurgeon (undisclosed) will not play on Thursday.
Spurgeon will miss a second straight game after being listed as questionable. Spurgeon remains day-to-day and could be back on Saturday vs. the Bruins.
Spurgeon (undisclosed) will not play on Tuesday, could play on Thursday.
Spurgeon suffered a bone bruise in Saturday’s loss in St. Louis and he will miss Tuesday’s game vs. the Stars as a result. With Spurgeon out, Mike Reilly will be back in the lineup after being recalled from Iowa (AHL) and Christian Folin is expected to skate on the top pair with Ryan Suter. Spurgeon is listed as day-to-day.
Source: Chad Graff 02/9/16, 11:35 am EST
Spurgeon not on the ice in warmups; not expected to play.
Spurgeon (head) is officially back in the lineup on Sunday.
After missing eight games with a suspected concussion, Spurgeon will return tonight vs. the Avalanche. He is expected to be paired with Mathew Dumba.
Source: @mnwild 03/8/15, 12:09 pm EST
The Wild have activated Jared Spurgeon (head) from IR.
Spurgeon has missed the last eight games, but he has been activated from IR, which is a good sign that he will be back in the lineup tonight vs. Colorado. Expect Jordan Leopold to come out of the lineup to make room for Spurgeon, who has 18 points (7G / 11A) in 50 games.
Spurgeon (head) will not be in the lineup on Thursday.
Spurgeon will miss his seventh consecutive game with a head injury. There was a chance that he returned tonight, but now he will be targeting tomorrow or Sunday to get back into the lineup.
Source: @mnwild 03/5/15, 8:23 am EST
Spurgeon (head) will not play on Tuesday.
Spurgeon will miss his sixth straight game with a head injury, that is suspected to be a concussion. He was not expected to play today, but Thursday is possible for a return.
Spurgeon (head) skated on Monday and could return on Thursday.
Spurgeon took part in Monday’s practice, but it seems unlikely that he will play on Tuesday; Thursday is more likely. Monitor his status in Tuesday’s morning skate for another update on Spurgeon’s status.
Spurgeon (head) will start working out on Saturday.
Spurgeon has missed the last four games and will miss his fifth consecutive tonight in Colorado. Today was the first time that Spurgeon has skated since getting injured in mid-February. He remains without a timetable for his return, but it is a great sign that he was able to resume skating today.
The Wild have placed Spurgeon (head) on IR.
Spurgeon will miss the next three games, so the move to IR is just a formality to create a roster spot to recall someone.
Spurgeon (upper-body) will not travel on the Wild's upcoming two-game road-trip.
Spurgeon was already ruled out of tonight’s game and has now been ruled out for the next two games. He remains day-to-day and will likely be moved to the IR to create a roster spot.
Source: @mnwild 02/24/15, 8:37 am EST
Spurgeon (upper-body) will not play on Tuesday.
Spurgeon will miss his third straight game with what is being speculated as a possible concussion. There was no real update on Spurgeon’s status, just that he will not play tomorrow vs. the Oilers.
Spurgeon (upper-body) will not play on Friday.
Spurgeon was hit in the face with a shot on Wednesday and he will miss tonight’s game as he is being evaluated for a concussion. Spurgeon is a native of Edmonton, so you know he wanted to be in this game tonight. He will be replaced by Christian Folin.
Spurgeon (illness) is not expected to play on Tuesday.
As of right now, the Wild say that Spurgeon will miss his second straight game with a stomach illness. Coach Mike Yeo is expected to address the media at 6:30 PM ET, where Spurgeon will officially be ruled in or out. If Spurgeon can’t go, Stu Bickel will stay in the lineup.
Spurgeon (illness) did not practice on Monday.
Spurgeon missed Saturday’s game with an illness and his absence at practice this morning puts his status for Tuesday’s game in jeopardy. Monitor his status during tomorrow’s morning skate.
Source: Chad Graff 12/15/14, 7:49 am EST
Spurgeon (shoulder) is expected to return to the Wild lineup on Thursday.
Spurgeon has missed the last five games with a shoulder injury that he suffered on October 30th against the Sharks. There is no word on who will come out of the lineup to make room for Spurgeon, but we will likely find out during tomorrow’s morning skate.
Source: Chad Graff 11/12/14, 8:50 am EST
Spurgeon (shoulder) will travel to New Jersey, but will not play Tuesday.
The Wild return home vs. the Sabres on Thursday, so traveling with the team will allow Spurgeon to practice on Tuesday and could potentially be ready to play on Thursday back in Minnesota.
Spurgeon (shoulder) is skating in a no-contact jersey.
Spurgeon has missed the last four games with a shoulder injury that he suffered on October 30th. The Wild have not given many details on Spurgeon’s injury, but his return to the ice this morning suggests that he is not that far from a return. However, the Wild have a lot of capable NHL defensemen, so they won't rush Spurgeon.
Spurgeon will miss "a few games" with an undisclosed injury.
Spurgeon was reportedly late in Thursday's game and it will cost him a few games. There is no word on the nature or severity of his injury, but he should be considered day-to-day. Jonas Brodin could be back in the lineup on Saturday to fill-in for Spurgeon.