Quincey has a bone chip in his ankle; being reevaluated.
Quincey will see a specialist today and they will determine whether or not Quincey needs surgery. If he does, he would like miss 4-6 weeks, which could be the remainder of the regular season.
Quincey (lower-body) will not play on Monday.
Quincey will miss his second straight game with what is believed to be a “minor” lower-body injury. Jakub Kindl played very well in Quincey’s absence on Saturday, so that could be playing a hand in the decision to hold Quincey out of tonight’s game.
Source: Ansar Khan 02/23/15, 8:51 am EST
Quincey (undisclosed) is not expected to play on Saturday.
Quincey was listed as questionable with a minor undisclosed injury, but he was not on the ice for the morning skate, so it looks like Jakub Kindl will be back in the lineup for Quincey.
Source: Ansar Khan 02/21/15, 9:16 am EST
Quincey missed Friday’s practice with a minor injury; questionable for Saturday.
Quincey missed practice on Friday, so his status for Saturday’s game is up in the air. The Red Wings recalled Jakub Kindl from his conditioning stint and he will play if Quincey can’t. Quincey’s injury is minor and he is not expected to miss much time.
Source: Ansar Khan 02/20/15, 8:00 am EST
Quincey (ankle) will return to the Red Wings lineup on Sunday.
Quincey has missed the last four games with an ankle injury, but will get back into the lineup tonight vs. the Lightning. With Quincey returning to the lineup, Brian Lashoff will take a seat. Quincey will be paired with Danny DeKeyser.
Source: Ansar Khan 11/9/14, 1:21 pm EST
Quincey (ankle) is ready to play on Sunday.
Quincey missed the last four games with an ankle injury that he suffered on October 31st. Red Wings head coach Mike Babcock has not made the decision on who will come out of the lineup with Quincey returning. Expected that to be announced during tomorrow’s morning skate.
Source: Dana Wakiji 11/8/14, 8:55 am EST
Quincey (ankle) could be back on Sunday.
Quincey will miss his fourth straight game tonight, but he was back on the ice for the Red Wings this morning and could return Sunday vs. the Lightning. Quincey’s return would mean that Brian Lashoff will likely return to being a healthy scratch.
Source: Ansar Khan 11/7/14, 6:45 am EST
Quincey (ankle) will not play on Wednesday.
Quincey will miss his miss his third straight game with an ankle injury that he suffered last Friday vs. the Kings. He was on the ice with his teammates on Tuesday, so he is not expected to miss an extended period of time, but won’t play tonight. Look to Friday or Sunday as a potential return date.
Quincey (ankle) will not play Tuesday; doubtful for Wednesday.
Quincey suffered the ankle injury on Friday and missed Sunday's game as a result. He was on the ice for practice on Monday as well as this morning's gameday skate, but he will be held out of the lineup, which means Brian Lashoff stays in.
Quincey (ankle) was back at Red Wings practice on Monday.
Quincey missed Sunday's game vs. the Sabres with an ankle injury that he suffered in Friday's win over the Kings. There was no word on how serious the injury was, but clearly it was just minor if he is already back at practice. Monitor his status prior to Tuesday's game vs. Ottawa.
Source: Ansar Khan 11/3/14, 7:53 am EST
Quincey left Friday's game with an ankle injury and did not return.
Quincey was not on the ice this morning and remains without a timetable for his return. There is no word on the severity of the ankle injury, but expect Brian Lashoff to play on Sunday vs. the Sabres.
Source: Ansar Khan 11/1/14, 8:34 am EST
The Red Wings have re-signed Kyle Quincey to a two-year deal worth $8.5 million.
After the Red Wings lost out on many free-agent defensemen earlier in the day, the Red Wings elected to bring back Quincey to shore up their blueline. The Red Wings D was ravaged by injuries last season, but Quincey was able to suit up in all 82 games, posting 13 points (4G / 9A) and a minus-5 rating.
Quincey (knee) will play tonight.
Quincey injured his knee on Tuesday vs. Nashville and did not skate on Wednesday but will play tonight. He announced yesterday that he would be fine and was on the ice for the Red Wings optional skate this morning. With Danny DeKeyser out for 3-6 weeks, Quincey will take on an expanded role.
Source: Ansar Khan 11/21/13, 6:29 am EST
Quincey will be a scratch Sunday in Nashville.
Brendan Smith will return to the lineup in his place.
Source: Ansar Khan 04/14/13, 8:13 am EST
Quincey will play tonight.
Quincey has missed the Red Wings last eight games with fractured bones in his face. He will play tonight and will be paired with Jakub Kindl. He has just two points in 26 games this season.
Source: Ansar Khan 04/5/13, 4:13 pm EST
Tonight will mark his first time back at the Pepsi Center, and that at least assuages some of the frustration of having to wear a cage to protect the shattered right cheekbone he suffered March 15 when he was hit by a puck.
Quincey will be in the lineup tonight but has been abysmal all season long. Given the circumstances of his injury, Quincey shouldn't be counted upon to produce tonight.
#RedWings D Kyle Quincey will play Friday vs. COL. Says sinus problems still biggest issue for him after he had facial bones fractured.
Quincey will miss his ninth consecutive game tonight with fractured bones in his face. After putting up 26 points in 72 games last season, he has just two points in 26 games this year.
Source: Bill Roose 04/4/13, 12:34 pm EST
Kyle Quincey is expected to return Friday in Colorado.
He's been out since March 15 with a fractured cheek bone.
Source: MLive 04/4/13, 11:20 am EST
Quincey said he hopes to play as early as Thursday in Phoenix. Wearing cage to protect fractured cheek bone.
Quincey will miss his eighth straight game tonight. Monitor his status prior to Thursday's game.
Source: Ansar Khan 04/1/13, 7:29 am EST
This week, doctors decided that the Red Wings’ defenseman, who suffered multiple facial fractures when struck in the face by a puck 10 days ago, would not heal any faster with surgery than without it.
Originally, the Red Wings thought they’d be without Quincey’s services for a minimum of a month. But that was before a final determination was made regarding surgery. Now that doctors have charted a course for recovery, Quincey could be back in the Wings’ lineup in 2-3 weeks.