Williams has announced his retirement from the NHL.
Williams had a lengthy 19-year career with the Flyers, Hurricanes, Kings and Capitals. He is three-time Stanley Cup Champion, the 2013-14 Conn Smythe Winner and earned the nickname "Mr. Game 7" for his ability to come through in the clutch. He retires with 320 goals and 477 assists (797 points) in 1264 career regular season games.
Williams is on the ice for warmups; expected to play in Game 2.
Williams will be a game-time decision for Game 2.
Williams was "unfit to play" in Game 1 and will be a game-time decision for Thursday's Game 2. Ryan Dzingel replaced him in the lineup on Wednesday and will remain in the lineup if Williams can't go today.
Williams is unfit for Game 1 vs. the Bruins.
Williams is expected to make his season debut on Sunday.
Williams has sat out the first few games while he gets back up to speed but skated with Lucas Wallmark and Brock McGinn in Saturday's practice and is expected to make his debut tomorrow vs. the Islanders. Williams had a terrific 2019 campaign, scoring 23 goals with 30 assists (53 points) in 82 games.
The Hurricanes have signed Justin Williams to a one-year deal worth $700K.
Williams returns to the Hurricanes and could earn up to $1.3M with potential bonuses based on individual and team play in the regular season and playoffs. Williams is coming off of a terrific season at the age of 37, scoring 23 goals with 30 assists (53 points) in 82 games.
The Hurricanes have signed Justin Williams to a two-year deal worth $9.0M ($4.5M AAV).
Williams was in Carolina from 2004 until his was traded to Los Angeles midway through the 2009 season. Since then, he has posted 20-plus goals in four of seven full 82-game seasons, while posting 40-plus points in six of seven. Williams helps add depth and playoff experience to the wing of a young Carolina team that has playoff aspirations in 2017-18.
Source: Aaron Ward 07/4/17, 8:39 am EST
Williams (lower-body) will return to the Capitals' lineup on Saturday.
Williams missed Wednesday’s game vs. the Bruins, but will return this afternoon in Montreal. Williams has five goals and two assists in his last eight contests. He’ll replace Chandler Stephenson in the lineup.
Williams (lower-body) will practice Friday and is expected to play on Saturday.
Williams (lower-body) is not on the ice for warmups; will not play vs. Boston.
Williams (personal) will be in the Capitals’ lineup on Friday.
Williams missed the Capitals’ morning skate because of a personal matter, but he will be in the lineup tonight vs. Detroit. The veteran winger has just two goals and one assist in 16 games this season.
Williams (illness) was back on the ice for the morning skate; expected to play vs. Pittsburgh.
Williams missed Tuesday’s practice with an illness but was back on the ice for the morning skate and is expected to be in the lineup tonight vs. the Penguins. Willams has had a nice start to his Capitals’ career having registered one goal and five assists in his first seven games.
Williams (illness) missed Tuesday’s practice, but is expected to play on Wednesday.
Williams was held out of practice this morning but is expected to be in the lineup tomorrow vs. the Penguins. Monitor his status during the morning skate.
The Capitals signed Justin Williams to a two-year contract worth $6.25M.
Williams skated on the Kings’ fourth line on Monday.
Williams who has just one goal in his last nine games was skating on the fourth line in practice this afternoon. Dwight King swapped spots with him and skated on the top line with Anze Kopitar and Marian Gaborik.
Williams (eye) will return to the Kings lineup on Saturday.
Williams missed Thursday's game with blurred vision, but will be back in the lineup tonight vs. the Canucks. He is expected to skate on the top-line with Anze Kopitar and Marian Gaborik. He has just one goal and two assists in 13 games this year.
Source: Jon Rosen 11/8/14, 9:08 am EST
Williams (eye) is expected to return to the Kings lineup on Saturday.
Williams missed Thursday’s game because of blurred vision after taking a highstick near his eye on Tuesday vs. the Stars. Williams was a full participant in the Kings practice on Friday and said he feels good and should be in the lineup on Saturday.
Source: Jon Rosen 11/7/14, 11:21 am EST
Williams (eye) will not play on Thursday.
Williams was cut near his eye by a high stick on Tuesday and says he is dealing with blurred vision this afternoon. The injury will keep him out of the lineup, which means Andy Andreoff will draw back into the lineup.
Williams (face) is listed as day-to-day.
Williams was cut near his eye when he was clipped with a high stick last night in Dallas. The Kings will take on the Islanders on Thursday, so monitor his status during tomorrow’s morning skate.
Williams skating with Kopitar and Gaborik for the second straight day.
After the Kings 4-0 loss to the Sharks on opening night, head coach Darryl Sutter elected to switch the lines up already and the switch has Williams playing with Kopitar and Gabo. This was the line that Williams played with in his tremendous playoff run and should lead to more goal scoring opportunities for him in the regular season. He was a minus-2 with five shots in 15:31 on Wednesday.
Source: Jim Fox 10/10/14, 9:39 am EST