Lehtera will be a healthy scratch on Thursday.
Lehtera will be back in the Flyers lineup on Wednesday.
Lehtera will be a healthy scratch on Monday.
Lehtera is expected to draw back into the Flyers lineup on Monday.
Lehtera has been a healthy scratch for the last two games but it looks like he will replace Taylor Leier in the lineup on Monday. Lehtera has struggled since coming over from the Blues, registering just two assists in 14 games this season.
Lehtera will be in the Flyers lineup on Saturday.
Source: Dave Isaac 10/21/17, 8:39 am EST
The Flyers have acquired Jori Lehtera the No.27 overall pick and a conditional 2018 1st round pick from the Blues for Brayden Schenn.
Lehtera (illness) will not be in the lineup on Saturday.
Lehtera (concussion) is expected to return the Blues lineup on Tuesday.
Lehtera will be a healthy scratch on Saturday.
Lehtera has no points in his last eight games and will come out of the lineup tonight vs. the Islanders. Lehtera will replaced by Ivan Barbashev.
The Blues have activated Jori Lehtera (concussion) from IR.
Lehtera has missed the last four games, but he has been activated from IR and will return to the Blues’ lineup on Thursday. Lehtera has no points and five shots on goal in three games this season. Expect him to be back on a line with Vladimir Tarasenko and Jaden Schwartz.
Source: Lou Korac 10/27/16, 8:13 am EST
The Blues have placed Jori Lehtera (upper-body) on injured reserve.
Lehtera suffered an upper-body injury in the Blues’ win over the Rangers on Saturday. Lehtera’s movement to IR means that Lehtera will miss Thursday’s game in Edmonton, but he is eligible to play on Saturday.
Lehtera (upper-body) will not travel to Vancouver for Tuesday’s game.
Lehtera left Saturday’s game vs. the Rangers with an upper-body injury and will miss at least Tuesday’s game vs. the Canucks. With Lehtera out, Alex Steen is expected to shift to centre and Jaden Schwartz (elbow) could take his spot in the lineup.
Lehtera (upper-body) will not play on Saturday.
Lehtera suffered an upper-body injury in Thursday’s game and will not play on Saturday and will likely miss Sunday’s contest as well. With Lehtera out, look for Patrik Berglund to skate on the Blues’ top line.
Lehtera (upper-body) will play on Thursday.
Lehtera left Tuesday’s game after playing just 3:25 and did not return. He was forced from action because of a high-stick to the face, but he was on the ice for the morning skate and is good-to-go tonight vs. the Sabres. Lehtera was recently moved from the top line and will centre Magnus Paajarvi and Dmitrij Jaskin tonight. He has 10 points (2G / 8A) in 19 games this season.
Lehtera left Tuesday's game and did not return after taking a high stick to the mouth.
Lehtera left Tuesday’s game after playing just 3:25 TOI. He took a high stick from Brandon Saad and was forced to retire to the dressing room. Luther is listed as day-to-day and he should be monitored during Thursday’s morning skate.
The Blues have re-signed Jori Lehtera to a three-year extension worth $14.1M.
Lehtera (lower-body) could return to the Blues lineup for Game 6.
Lehtera missed Game 5 with a lower-body injury, but skated on Saturday and could be an option this afternoon in a must-win game for the Blues. Lehtera has two assists in four games.
Source: Lou Korac 04/26/15, 9:00 am EST
Lehtera (lower-body) will be a game-time decision for Game 5.
Lehtera missed the morning skate because of a lower-body injury that he suffered after being hit by a shot in Game 4. Coach Hitchock said there is a 50/50 chance that Lehtera plays.
Source: Lou Korac 04/24/15, 12:02 pm EST
Lehtera is back on the Blues second line.
Lehtera was briefly demoted to the third line on Tuesday, but returned to the second line halfway through the contest. This morning he once again skated with Vladimir Tarasenko and Jaden Schwartz, so look for him to skate in the top-6 tonight vs. the Bruins.
Source: Lou Korac 02/20/15, 6:43 am EST
Lehtera (concussion) will return to the Blues lineup on Tuesday.
Lehtera has missed the last six games with a concussion, but will return in his regular spot between Jaden Schwartz and Vladimir Tarasenko tonight vs. the Coyotes. Before getting hurt, he had just one goal and four assists in his last 15 games.
Source: Lou Korac 02/10/15, 7:44 am EST