Eriksson will not play tonight because of a "minor issue".
Eriksson will be replaced by Jordan Caron on the third line and Brad Marchand will take his spot on the power-play. Bruins head coach Claude Julien said that Eriksson will be back in the lineup on Thursday.
Source: @NHLBruins 03/4/14, 6:37 am EST
Eriksson is not on the ice for the Bruins morning skate.
No word on why Eriksson is absent from the morning skate, but Jordan Caron is skating in his spot with Carl Soderberg and Chris Kelly. Expect an update on Eriksson following the practice.
Eriksson (concussion) will return to the Bruins lineup tonight says head coach Claude Julien.
Eriksson missed the last 15 games with a concussion that he suffered on December 7. He is expected to start the game on the Bruins third line with Carl Soderberg and Ryan Spooner. He has totalled 14 points (5G / 9A) with a plus-8 in 24 games this season. He is owned in 66% of Yahoo leagues. Eriksson would be a consistent producer that would provide depth at both LW and RW.
Eriksson (concussion) appears set to return on Saturday against San Jose.
Eriksson has missed the last 15 games after suffering a concussion on December 7. It was the second concussion that Eriksson has suffered this season, they have kept him out of a total of 20 games. In the 24 games that Eriksson has suited up for, he has registered five goals and nine assists (14 points). If he is still available in your league, he would be a good addition to provide depth at both wing positions.
Eriksson (concussion) is still not cleared for contact, but will travel with the Bruins on their west coast road-trip.
Following this afternoon's game the Bruins travel to Anaheim to take on the Ducks next Tuesday and will be in California until next Saturday when they take on the Sharks. There is a chance Erikssson could be cleared for contact and potentially re-enter the lineup in one of the three games on the trip. Eriksson will miss his 13th straight game today.
Eriksson (concussion) is on the ice for the Bruins morning skate.
Eriksson will not play tonight, but this is a good sign for the Bruins. Eriksson will miss his 11th straight game tonight after suffering a concussion on December 7. Eriksson is considered day-to-day.
The Bruins have placed Loui Eriksson on injured reserve.
Eriksson suffered his second concussion of the season on Saturday and is expected to be sidelined for an extended period of time.
Eriksson suffered a concussion on his first shift on Saturday.
Eirksson already missed an extended period of time from a concussion earlier this season, so a second one in the same season is bad news. Don't expect Eriksson to be on the ice in the near future as the Bruins will likely be very delicate with this situation.
Eriksson (concussion) is officially back in the Bruins lineup tonight.
Eriksson missed five games with a concussion that he suffered on a hit from the Sabres' John Scott. He appears set to return tonight vs. his former team; Dallas.
Eriksson (concussion) has been cleared to play and is likely returning to the Bruins lineup tonight.
Eriksson missed five games with a concussion that he suffered on a hit from the Sabres' John Scott. He appears set to return tonight vs. his former team; Dallas. We will update when he is officially in or out.
Source: Mike Loftus 11/5/13, 6:20 am EST
Loui Eriksson (concussion) on ice at Bruins practice in second line sweater.
Eriksson returned to practice late last week in a no-contact sweater. Today he was on the ice in a regular jersey, which is great news for the Bruins. Boston takes on Dallas tomorrow, Eriksson could be available. If he is not, Jordan Caron will play with Brad Marchand and Patrice Bergeron.
Source: @DJ_Bean 11/4/13, 6:46 am EST
Eriksson (concussion) skated with a no-contact jersey with the Bruins for the first time since being injured.
Eriksson will miss his fifth straight game after being concussed on a hit by John Scott on October 23. "To see him out there, continuing to progress is encouraging...but we're not out of the woods yet until he's cleared to play," said Bruins head coach Claude Julien.
Source: @NHLBruins 11/2/13, 9:09 am EST
Loui Eriksson (concussion) came to the rink, but coach Claude Julien said he doesn't expect him to skate this week.
The Bruins have three games this week, which it sounds like Eriksson will miss. Concussions are a tricky injury so the Bruins will take it day-by-day.
Loui Eriksson out indefinitely with a concussion after taking head shot from John Scott.
Concussions are a tricky injury to offer timetables for so take his injury day-by-day. This is a tough break for a player who has only missed a total of three games in the last five seasons. In the meantime this offers a value boost to Brad Marchand who shifts back to the second line alongside Patrice Bergeron.
Loui Eriksson update: dealing with concussion-like symptoms (headache), but is expected to return to Boston today.
Eriksson won't be available when the Bruins take on the Sharks tonight. He left Wednesday's game after being hit high by Sabres forward John Scott. Brad Marchand moves back to the second line with Eriksson out.
Loui Eriksson was injured and did not return on Wednesday following a high hit by John Scott.
Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli issued an update following the game, saying that “Loui is staying overnight in Buffalo for precautionary reasons. He is expected to return to Boston (today).” It is safe to assume that Eriksson will not play tonight vs. San Jose.
Boston Bruins General Manager Peter Chiarelli announced today, July 4, that the club has acquired forwards Loui Eriksson, Matt Fraser, Reilly Smith and defenseman Joe Morrow from the Dallas Stars in exchange for forwards Rich Peverley, Tyler Seguin and defenseman Ryan Button.
The Bruins needed a winger and Eriksson certainly fits that bill. The durable forward will be a sought after fantasy winger especially if he maintains his dual wing eligibility.
Update: Loui Eriksson is going to be in Montreal and is expected to play tonight.
Turns out Eriksson will play after all. The skilled winger scored 18 goals and 50 points in 59 games.
Loui Eriksson is back in Dallas as his wife has gone into labor. He will join the team in Chicago once the baby is born.
Eriksson will miss tonight's game due to family reasons. The skilled winger scored 18 goals and 50 points in 59 games.
Stars lines at skate. Eriksson-Ribeiro-Ryder
Eriksson moves back onto the Ribeiro line. In 52 games, the sniper has 17 goals and 44 points. Doubtful this move adversely effects his fantasy hockey value.
Source: Mike Heika 02/9/12, 7:34 am EST