Crouse is day-to-day with an upper-body injury.
Crouse missed Monday’s practice with an upper-body injury which makes him questionable heading into Thursday’s game vs. the Golden Knights. With Crouse hurt, Barrett Hayton will likely make his NHL debut this week.
The Coyotes have re-signed Lawson Crouse to a three-year, $4.59M ($1.53M AAV) contract extension.
The Coyotes have assigned Lawson Crouse to Tucson (AHL).
Crouse was in the lineup for the last four games, but after claiming Freddie Hamilton off of waivers, the Coyotes send Crouse to Tucson so he can play. The 20-year-old forward has 10 points (3G / 7A) in 17 games with the Roadrunners.
Crouse (lower-body) will not play on Monday.
Crouse is day-to-day with a lower-body injury and is not in Calgary with the team. Crouse will not play Tuesday either, but will be evaluated over the next few days and could join the team in Los Angeles on Thursday. Crouse will be replaced by Josh Jooris in the lineup tonight.
Crouse (upper-body) will be a game-time decision on Saturday.
Crouse took part in the Coyotes’ morning skate but remains a game-time decision for tonight’s game vs. the Sharks. Crouse has just one goal in 13 games this season.
The Coyotes acquired Lawson Crouse and Dave Bolland from the Panthers for a conditional third-round pick in 2017 and a conditional second-round pick in 2018.
Crouse, 19, was drafted 11th overall in 2015 and is coming off of a season where he had 62 points (23G / 39A) in 49 games with the Kingston Frontenacs (OHL). Crouse is a big-boy (6’4” / 212 lbs.) who adds even more offensive upside to a youthful Coyotes organization. He will fight for a roster spot in training camp, but could start the year in the AHL.
The Panthers are sending Lawson Crouse back to Kingston (OHL).
Crouse was the 11th overall pick this summer and the Panthers announced in mid-September that he would be getting a nine-game NHL audition to start the season, but that’s not happening anymore. The winger is heading back to Kingston, where he had 51 points (29G / 22A) in 56 games last year.
Panthers rookie Lawson Crouse will be given a nine-game NHL ‘audition’ to start the season.
Crouse, 18, was selected 11th overall in this summer’s draft. The 6-foot-4, 215 lbs. winger tallied 29 goals and 22 assists (51 points) in 56 games with the Kingston Frontenacs (OHL) last season. Crouse has some competition to make the squad, but his size could prove to be a key factor in the Panthers decision. After the nine-game tryout, the Panthers will decide what is best for his future.
The Panthers select Lawson Crouse with the 11th overall pick.
Source: Erin Brown 06/26/15, 4:21 pm EST