Eller (upper-body) has been cleared for contact.
Eller was a full participant in Wednesday’s practice, but he skated as an extra, which suggests that he will not play tomorrow vs. the Ducks.
Eller will miss 1-2 weeks with an upper-body injury.
Eller has missed the last two games and will miss at least the next two games, maybe more. Sven Andrighetto will stay with the Canadiens while Eller is sidelined.
Eller (upper-body) will not play on Saturday.
Eller suffered and upper-body injury in the first period of the Canadiens loss to the Blackhawks last night. He will be replaced by Sven Andrighetto, who will make his NHL debut after being recalled last night.
The Canadiens and Lars Eller avoid arbitration, agreeing to a four-year contract worth $14 million.
Eller, 25, scored 12 goals and added 14 assists (26 points) with a minus-15 rating in 77 games with the Habs last season. It was a less than stellar season when you consider the fact he put up four more points in the shortened season. At $3.5 million per season, the Canadiens will be expecting better production out of the Denmark native over the next four seasons.
Source: Stu Cowan 07/24/14, 12:03 pm EST
Eller (illness) will not play on Wednesday.
Ellier is a late scratch for Wednesday's game, he will be replaced by Dale Weise in the Habs lineup.
Eller (lower-body) will play on Tuesday.
Eller missed just one game with a lower-body injury. Eller will replace Dale Weise (wrist) in the Habs lineup.
Eller (lower-body) will be a game-time decision Monday.
Eller left Saturday's win over the Maple Leafs after suffering a lower-body injury in the third period. There likely won't be too many people waiting on his game-time decision seeing as he has just one goal and two assists in his last 29 games.
Eller will be back in the Habs lineup Thursday.
Eller served as a healthy scratch on Wednesday, but will get back into the lineup on Thursday vs. the Coyotes. Eller has struggled mightily as of late after a hot start to the season. In Eller's last 21 games he has recorded just one assist, his last goal was on December 31.
The Montreal Canadiens announced Friday that center Lars Eller has been released from the hospital.
Eller was removed from the ice on a stretcher during the second period of Game 1 of the Canadiens' Eastern Conference Quarterfinal series against the Ottawa Senators after he was hit by Ottawa's Eric Gryba. The team announced Thursday that Eller had been hospitalized after sustaining a concussion, facial fractures, loss of consciousness and had teeth knocked out after the hit and falling face-first to the ice.
Source: NHL.com 05/3/13, 9:00 am EST
Eller will be in tonight.
Eller only has 1 G and 2 A and it all came in one game. He is highly skilled but needs to stay in the lineup and score with more regularity if he is going to be fantasy relevant.
Eller moves back to center with white and blunden on his wings.
Eller moves back down to the third line for tonight's tilt. He scored 16 goals and 28 points in 73 games.
Eller moves from the third line to the second. In his second full season with the Habs, he scored 15 goals and 26 points.
Eller gets bumped back down to the third line. He has 15 goals and 26 points in 66 games.
Eller moves back to center after recently playing on the wing. He has 15 goals and 26 points through 65 games.
Les trios à l'entraînement / Lines at practice: 53-81-57
Eller gets a new set of linemates for tonight's game. He has 13 goals and 23 points in 63 games.
Eller gets a promotion to the second line where he will pivot two of the team's more productive centers. The former 13th overall pick has three goals and 10 points through 33 games.
Eller moves up to the top line and could pot a few goals playing alongside an excellent playmaker. Last year, the former 13th overall pick scored seven goals and 17 points over his first 77 games as a Hab. Look for him to improve on those totals.
Eller will return to the lineup and start on the fourth line. Last year, the former 13th overall pick scored seven goals and 17 points over his first 77 games as a Hab. Expected to get the first crack at the top line, Eller continues to get some tough love and will need to re-earn his playing time.
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Lars Eller, who has recovered from off-season shoulder surgery, will return Thursday, and general manager Pierre Gauthier will have to summon a player from Hamilton or go hunting elsewhere.
Eller will return and play his first game of the season. Last year, the former 13th overall pick scored seven goals and 17 points over his first 77 games as a Hab. He should get the first crack at replacing Cammalleri on the top line.
Eller still on the shelf: Centre Lars Eller, who is recovering from off-season shoulder surgery, expressed optimism this week that he would be cleared for contact Friday, but coach Jacques Martin said it isn’t going to happen. While there’s still an outside chance Eller will be ready for the season opener Thursday in Toronto, he would do so without the benefit of any preseason games.
Eller scored seven goals and 17 points in his rookie season for the Habs. In his second season with the organization he is expected to move up to a full-time role on the third line. Expect him to make the jump, if healthy, to the 30 point range.