Donskoi is expected to come out of the Avalanche lineup for Game 3.
Source: Ryan Moir 08/26/20, 10:20 pm EST
Donskoi is on the ice for warmups; expected to play in Game 3.
Donskoi has been scratched from the Avalanche lineup for Game 2.
Donskoi (concussion) will return to the Avalanche lineup on Saturday.
Donskoi has been out for the last five games but will play tonight in Philadelphia. Donskoi, who has spent most of the year in the top-6, will start on the fourth line on Saturday.
Source: Ryan Clark 02/1/20, 12:05 pm EST
Donskoi (concussion) will miss Monday's afternoon game vs. the Red Wings.
Donskoi ditched the non-contact sweater and was a full participant in Sunday's practice. Still, Donskoi will miss his fifth straight game and will take the 11 days between games to get back to 100 percent. Look for him to travel on their five-game road trip and return to the lineup on February 1st in Philadelphia.
Donskoi (concussion) will not play on Thursday; possible to return on Saturday.
Donskoi will miss his third straight game vs. the Sharks but could be back Saturday vs. the Blues. Monitor his status over the next 24-to-48 hours.
Donskoi is in concussion protocol and is out indefinitely.
Donskoi was crushed in the neutral zone by Ryan Lindgren on Tuesday and did not return to the loss in New York. Lindgren was originally expected to have a hearing with the NHL DOPS but they decided not to suspend him after reviewing the hit. The Avalanche do not have a time table for Donskoi's return.
Source: Ryan Clark 01/9/20, 3:14 pm EST
The Avalanche have signed Joonas Donskoi to a four-year deal worth $15.6M ($3.9M AAV).
Source: Ryan Clark 07/1/19, 12:59 pm EST
Donsoki (undisclosed) did not travel to Colorado for Game 3.
Donsoki has been out since Game 6 vs. the Golden Knights and the fact that he did not travel to Colorado for Game 3, suggests that he will remain sidelined for Game 4 as well. Lukas Radil will remain in the Sharks lineup while Donskoi is sidelined.
Source: Sheng Peng 04/30/19, 3:11 pm EST
Donskoi (undisclosed) is questionable for Game 1 vs. the Avalanche.
Donskoi was on the ice in a non-contact jersey prior to Thursday’s practice but did not stay on for the team session. That suggests that Lukas Radil will remain in the Sharks lineup and Donskoi will sit for the second straight game.
Donskoi will a healthy scratch on Thursday.
Donskoi has been in the lineup for the last eight games but will come out of the lineup to allow Melker Karlsson to draw back vs. the Oilers.
Source: Kevin Kurz 04/4/19, 3:14 pm EST
Donskoi (upper-body) is expected to play on Tuesday.
Donskoi was forced to leave Saturday’s game vs. the Senators but was on the ice for the morning skate and looks good to go for Tuesday. Donskoi has been riding a hot streak as of late, scoring eight goals with two assists (10 points) in his last nine games.
Donskoi (lower-body) missed the morning skate but will be in the lineup for Game 5.
Source: Kevin Kurz 05/4/18, 3:49 pm EST
Donskoi (lower-body) remains day-to-day and will not play in Game 4.
Donskoi (lower-body) will not play in Game 3.
Source: Kevin Kurz 04/30/18, 2:22 pm EST
Donskoi (lower-body) will be in the Sharks lineup for Game 2.
Donskoi (upper-body) will not be in the lineup on Friday; not expected to be out long-term.
Donskoi (illness) will not be in the Sharks lineup on Sunday.
Donskoi (undisclosed) is probable for Thursday.
The Sharks have placed Joonas Donskoi (undisclosed) on IR.
Source: Kevin Kurz 12/2/17, 12:35 pm EST