Palmieri (undisclosed) will play Wednesday vs. the Red Wings.
Palmieri left Saturday’s game vs. Chicago early but was on the ice this morning and will play tonight vs. the Red Wings. Since returning to the Devils lineup three games ago, Palmieri has recorded one goal and two assists.
Palmieri (foot) will return to the Devils lineup on Monday.
Palmieri will travel to Montreal but is not expected to play vs. the Canadiens.
Source: @NJDevils 12/13/17, 7:59 am EST
Palmieri (foot) remains day-to-day; will miss at least the next two games.
Palmieri was on the ice for the Devils’ morning skate today but will not play against the Kings. Palmieri also will not travel to Montreal for Thursday’s game, so monitor his status prior to Friday’s game vs. the Stars.
Source: @NJDevils 12/12/17, 5:59 am EST
Palmieri will miss 4-6 weeks with a broken foot.
Palmieri can’t seem to catch a break as he will miss at least one month with a broken foot, just a few weeks after returning to the lineup from another lower-body injury. This is going to be a tough blow for the Devils to overcome.
The Devils have activated Kyle Palmieri (foot) from IR.
The Devils have placed Kyle Palmieri (foot) on IR.
With Brian Boyle returning to the Devils’ lineup on Wednesday, they needed to make room on the roster by playing Palmieri on IR. The move is retroactive, so Palmieri is eligible to return whenever he is healthy.
Palmieri (foot) will not travel on the Devils’ three-game road trip.
Palmieri has missed the last two games with a left foot injury and will not travel on the Devils’ Western Canada trip. With Palmieri out, Drew Stafford will remain on the top-line and Jesper Bratt will stay in the top-6.
Palmieri (lower-body) will not play on Saturday; will be re-evaluated on Monday.
Palmieri (lower-body) will not play on Friday.
Palmieri has been battling a lower-body injury since last weekend and hasn’t skate since Sunday, so he will be held out of the lineup tonight vs. the Senators. Consider him questionable at best for tomorrow’s game.
Palmieri (lower-body) will return to the Devils’ lineup on Wednesday.
Palmieri missed Monday’s afternoon game with a lower-body injury that he suffered on Saturday, but will return to the lineup tonight in Toronto. The early emergence of Jesper Bratt is a threat to Palmieri and his minutes, but he will start back on the top-line this evening.
Palmieri (lower-body) will not be in the Devils’ lineup this afternoon.
Palmieri left the Devils season opener after playing just 10:29 TOI and will not be available for this afternoon’s game in Buffalo. With Palmieri out, Jesper Bratt will get an opportunity to play on the Devils’ top line with Taylor Hall and Pavel Zacha.
Source: @NJDevils 10/9/17, 9:44 am EST
Palmieri (lower-body) travelled to Buffalo; listed as a game-time decision.
Palmieri recorded two assists in 10:29 TOI in the season opener before departing with a lower-body injury. The 26-year-old winger did travel to Buffalo, so he may not miss any time. Expect John Hynes to address the media around 12:45 pm ET and if Palmieri can’t play, look for Jesper Bratt to take his spot on the top line.
Palmieri (upper-body) will return to the Devils' lineup on Friday.
Palmieri has missed the last two games with an upper-body injury, but will return to the lineup tonight vs. the Red Wings. There is no word who he will replace in the lineup, but he is expected to skate on a line with Michael Cammalleri and Travis Zajac. Palmieri has three goals and four assists (seven points) in 17 games this season.
Palmieri (upper-body) will not play on Monday.
Palmieri will come out of the lineup in San Jose because of an upper-body injury, so Nick Lappin will move into the Devils' top-6 and onto the top power-play unit. Consider Palmieri as day-to-day and monitor his status prior to Wednesday's game vs. the Maple Leafs.
The Devils signed Kyle Palmieri to a five-year deal worth $23.25 million ($4.65M AAV).
Palmieri 25, had the best season of his career in his first year in New Jersey. He entered 2015-16 with a career-high of 14 goals, but burst out for 30 goals along with 27 assists (57 points) in 82 games. Palmieri should benefit from the Devils adding Taylor Hall to the mix for 2016-17.
The Devils acquired Kyle Palmieri from the Ducks for the 41st overall pick and a 2016 3rd round pick.
Source: NHL.com 06/27/15, 9:17 am EST
Palmieri (shoulder) could return to the lineup on Friday.
Palmieri skated with Ryan Kesler and Matt Beleskey in the Ducks morning skate and could be back in the lineup tonight vs. the Blues. Palmieri has missed the last six games with a shoulder injury.
Palmieri (shoulder) will miss another one or two weeks.
Palmieri was hopeful that he would be able to return to the lineup tonight vs. Arizona, but he will miss at least one more week with a shoulder injury.
Palmieri (shoulder) is hopeful he will return for the first game after Christmas.
The Ducks first game after the Christmas break is on December 27th vs. the Coyotes. Palmieri remains with the team on their road-trip and will undergo tests when they return to Anaheim.