Klingberg (lower-body) will return to the Stars lineup on Saturday.
Source: Mike Heika 03/19/16, 7:50 am EST
Klingberg (lower-body) practiced on Wednesday; could return on Thursday.
Klingberg (lower-body) will miss the next two games.
Klingberg has already missed two games and will miss at least the next two as well. With Klingberg out, the Stars are down three regular defensemen—he is joined by Jordie Benn and Jason Demers.
Klingberg (lower-body) will miss his second straight game on Tuesday.
Klingberg remains day-to-day and will not play tonight in Montreal. There is no word on exactly how serious the injury is, but monitor his status leading up to the Stars’ back-to-back on Friday and Saturday. With Klingberg out, Kris Russell will play on the top pair and top power-play.
Klingberg (lower-body) is listed as day-to-day; not expected to travel on two-game road-trip.
As of right now, Klingberg is not expected to travel on the Stars two-game road trip, but head coach Lindy Ruff left the door open for him to travel if he starts to feel better. Monitor his status on Sunday in Ottawa.
Klingberg left Friday's game with a lower-body injury and did not return.
Klingberg played just 1:25 TOI before returning to the dressing room on Friday night. Leaving Friday’s game clouds his status for Sunday’s game and opens the door for Jamie Oleksiak to return to the lineup.
Source: Mike Heika 03/5/16, 9:12 am EST
The Stars have signed John Klingberg to a seven-year, $29.75 million contract extension.
Klingberg, 22, had 11 goals and 29 assists (40 points) in 65 games in his rookie season with the Stars. This contract has him locked in at $4.25 million per year through the 2012-22 season.
Source: Mike Heika 04/17/15, 8:19 am EST
Klingberg (upper-body) will not play on Sunday.
Klingberg will miss his third straight game with an upper-body injury. He is considered day-to-day.
Klingberg (upper-body) will not play on Friday.
Klingberg will miss his second straight game because of an upper-body injury. Monitor his status leading up to Sunday’s game against the Blues.
Klingberg (upper-body) is doubtful for Thursday.
Klingberg left last Saturday’s game early, but was able to play on Tuesday. In Tuesday’s game he suffered an upper-body injury and it doesn’t look like he will play tonight. Expect Jason Demers to be back in; replacing Klingberg.
Klingberg (lower-body) will play on Tuesday.
Klingberg was listed as questionable after leaving Saturday’s game early. There was no word throughout the day, nor in warmups, but he will play tonight in Philadelphia. He has 36 points (10G / 26A) in 52 games this season.
Source: @NHLFlyers 03/10/15, 5:44 pm EST
Klingberg (lower-body) is questionable for Tuesday's game vs. Philadelphia.
Klingberg left Saturday’s game with a lower-body injury, but the Stars are hopeful that he will be available for Tuesday’s game against the Flyers. Klingberg has an assist in four straight games and seven helpers in his last 10 games—however he is a minus-7 over that span as well.
Klingberg will skate on the Stars’ top-pair and top power-play unit.
After acquiring Jason Demers from the Sharks, the Stars have moved Klingberg up to the top-pair with Alex Goligoski. He will also man the point on the top PP unit. His NHL career has been off to a hot start, posting one goal and four assists in his first six games. He makes for a great add in standard leagues.
Klingberg scored his first NHL goal on Thursday.
Klingberg now has one goal and three assists in the first six games of his NHL career. He is playing nearly 24 minutes a night, including an average 1:37 on the power-play. He is a dynamic offensive defenseman, which allowed the Stars to trade Sergei Gonchar. He is worth a speculative add in standard leagues.
Source: Mike Heika 11/21/14, 6:25 am EST
The Stars recalled John Klingberg from Texas (AHL) on Sunday.
Klingberg, 22, has scored four goals with eight assists (12 points) in 10 games with Texas this season. He as the Stars fifth round selection (131st overall) in 2010, but has yet to make an NHL appearance. This is his first full year in North America, he had 28 points (11G / 17A) in 50 games with Frolunda HC in Sweden last year.