Zucker will make his Penguins debut on Tuesday.
Zucker, who was acquired from the Wild on Monday night, will make his debut on the Penguins' top line with Sidney Crosby. Zucker, who has scored 14 goals with 15 assists in 45 games this season, brings a ton of energy and skill to Crosby's wing, a spot where many have posted career years.
The Penguins have acquired Jason Zucker from the Wild for Alex Galchenyuk, Calen Addison and a 2020 first-round pick.
Zucker has scored 14 goals with 15 assists (29 points) in 45 games with the Wild this season. Zucker, who is a one-time 30-goal scorer, will get a huge fantasy boost because he will likely slot in the top-6 with Sidney Crosby or Evgeni Malkin. After this year, Zucker has three years left with a $5.5M cap-hit (per PuckPedia).
Zucker (leg) is on the ice for warmups.
Zucker has been out since December 15th but it looks like he'll play Sunday after being listed as a game-time decision on Saturday. Look for Zucker, who has 12 goals and 12 assists (24 points) in 34 games, to be back on the top line.
Zucker underwent surgery on a broken right fibula and will miss six weeks.
Zucker broke his fibula last Sunday in Chicago but finished the game, logging 16:33 TOI but the broken bone was found post-game. Zucker underwent surgery and is expected to be out until early-February and Zach Parise is expected to continue to skate with the top-line moving forward.
Zucker (lower-body) will not play on Tuesday.
Zucker briefly left Sunday's game in Chicago but returned and finished with one assist in 16:33 TOI. The injury comes at a tough time for the Wild, who were already without Mikko Koivu and Joel Eriksson Ek up front and Jared Spurgeon on the blueline. Luke Johnson is expected to make his Wild debut with Zucker out.
Zucker (illness) will be back in the Wild lineup on Tuesday.
Zucker missed one game with an illness but will be back in the Wild’s lineup vs. the Sharks. Zucker will skate on the third line with Mikko Koivu and Luke Kunin to start the game.
Source: Dan Myers 12/18/18, 3:28 pm EST
Zucker (illness) will not play Saturday vs. the Flames.
The Wild re-signed Jason Zucker to a five-year extension worth $27.5M ($5.5M AAV).
Zucker (lower-body) will return to the lineup on Thursday.
Source: @mnwild 04/5/17, 9:26 am EST
Zucker (lower-body) skated this morning, but isn't expected to play Tuesday.
The Wild re-signed Jason Zucker to a two-year deal worth $4 million ($2.0M AAV).
After scoring 21 goals in just 51 games in 2014-15, the Wild were hoping for big things out of Zucker last season, but he never seemed to gain any traction. The 24-year-old winger struggled with just 13 goals and 10 assists (23 points) in 71 games, but the Wild we able to secure him for two more years at a very reasonable cap-hit.
Source: Steve Carp 06/30/16, 7:23 am EST
Zucker will be back in the Wild lineup on Tuesday.
Zucker has been a healthy scratch for the last two games, but he will re-enter the lineup on Tuesday in place of the sick David Jones. Zucker has just one goal in his last nine games and has 13 goals and 10 assists (23 points) in 65 games this season. He will skate on the second line with Mikael Granlund and Thomas Vanek.
Zucker will be a healthy scratch on Thursday.
Zucker (concussion) returns to the Wild lineup on Saturday.
Zucker has missed the last six games with a concussion, but will return to the Wild’s top-6 this afternoon in Buffalo. Zucker has 12 goals and 10 assists (22 points) in 58 games this season.
Source: Chad Graff 03/5/16, 9:47 am EST
The Wild have placed Jason Zucker (upper-body) on IR.
Zucker (upper-body) will not play on Tuesday.
Source: Chad Graff 02/23/16, 6:52 am EST
Zucker will draw back into the Wild lineup on Tuesday.
Zucker was a healthy scratch on Saturday, but will be back in the lineup tonight vs. the Stars. Zucker has not scored a goal in 11 games and has just one assist over that span.
Source: Chad Graff 02/9/16, 11:24 am EST
Zucker will be healthy scratch on Saturday.
Source: Chad Graff 02/6/16, 8:12 am EST
Zucker (leg) will play on Saturday.
Zucker suffered an injury in the late moments of Thursday’s game but Wild head coach Mike Yeo said that Zucker’s issue was nerve related and he is good-to-go on Saturday. Zucker has 14 points (6G / 8A) in 18 games this season.
Zucker is day-to-day with a lower-body injury suffered on Thursday.
Zucker was injured in the dying moments of Thursday’s game. He went down and needed to be helped off of the ice after being slashed in the leg by Matt Beleskey. Consider him day-to-day.