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.
Palmieri (shoulder) will miss at least the next two games.
Palmieri suffered a shoulder injury in the Ducks loss to the Maple Leafs last night. He has been sent back to Anaheim and will miss the remaining two games of the Ducks current road trip. Emerson Etem has been recalled and will skate in Palmieri’s spot on the second line.
Palmieri (ankle) could be back in the Ducks lineup on Wednesday.
Palmieri, who has not played this season because of a high-ankle sprain, was in practice on Tuesday and took part in line rushes with William Karlsson and Andrew Cogliano, which is a good sign that he will make his season debut tomorrow.
Palmieri (ankle) might play in “two weeks or so,” said coach Boudreau.
Palmieri has not played this season because of a high ankle sprain, but returned to practice this afternoon. According to Boudreau, he is not expected to be back until mid-November.
Source: Dan Wood 11/5/14, 9:25 am EST
Palmieri (ankle) is on the ice for the Ducks morning skate.
Palmieri has yet to play this season because of a high-ankle sprain. He was only expected to miss a few weeks but the injury has lingered. His return to practice is a good sign that he is not far off though.
Palmieri will miss two weeks with a right high ankle sprain.
Palmieri is targeting a return in the Ducks' final preseason game on October 4th, so he should be ready to go to start the season. He is coming off of a 14-goal, 17 assist season in 2013-14.
Palmieri in; Patrick Maroon out.
Palmieri was a healthy scratch on Wednesday but will draw back into the lineup tonight in Chicago. He has recorded 19 points (8G / 11A) in 43 games this season.
Kyle Palmieri could slide into Teemu Selanne's second-line spot.
With Selanne sidelined for a couple of weeks with a facial injury, Palmieri will likely shift from the third line RW slot to the second line RW. Palmieri had two goals on Tuesday, giving him three goals and two assists in 11 games.
Kyle Palmieri (upper body) is expected to return to the Ducks lineup on Sunday.
Palmieri was sidelined for Thursday's game but will be back when Anaheim takes on Ottawa. He has yet to record a point in three games.
Source: Dan Wood 10/11/13, 12:55 pm EST
Ducks head coach Bruce Boudreau said after practice today that Palmieri (lower-body) will miss tomorrow's game.
Palmieri was injured on Sunday and will be replaced by Emerson Etem tomorrow. The Ducks next contest is not until Sunday, so consider him questionable for the matchup with the Senators.
Palmieri missed Ducks practice this morning.
Palmieri left Sunday's game against the Jets and did not return. He has no points and eight shots in the Ducks first three games.
Kyle Palmieri skating with Corey Perry and Ryan Getzlaf.
With Dustin Penner struggling on Perry and Getzlaf's line he was replaced with Palmieri at today's practice.