Methot (lower-body) remains day-to-day, will not play on Tuesday.
Source: Mike Heika 11/6/18, 6:20 pm EST
Methot (lower-body) will not play on Saturday.
Source: Mike Heika 11/3/18, 1:08 pm EST
Methot (undisclosed) will miss his second straight game.
Source: Mike Heika 10/28/18, 3:28 pm EST
Methot (undisclosed) will not play on Thursday.
Methot will come out of the lineup vs. the Ducks. Valeri Nichushkin will draw back in for Methot as the Stars go back to the traditional 12 forwards, six defenseman look.
Methot (undisclosed) will come out of the Stars lineup on Tuesday.
Source: Mike Heika 10/16/18, 5:22 pm EST
Methot (upper-body) is not expected to play on Wednesday.
Methot was forced to leave Tuesday’s loss in Montreal with an upper-body injury and is not expected to play in Toronto on Wednesday. It has been a brutal season for Methot in terms of injuries, so look for the Stars to be patient to make sure he’s ready for the playoffs. Julius Honka will likely replace him in the lineup against the Maple Leafs.
Source: Mike Heika 03/14/18, 3:46 pm EST
Methot (lower-body) is expected to be back in the Stars lineup on Sunday.
Methot missed Friday’s game vs. the Ducks, but is expected to play tonight in Pittsburgh after taking part in the morning skate. Methot has just one assist in 26 games this season.
Methot (knee) will make his return to the Stars' lineup on Friday.
Methot hasn't played a game since January 4th, and has no points in just 16 games for the Stars this season. He is expected to take Julius Honka's spot in the lineup.
Methot (knee) is expected to return to the Stars lineup on Friday.
Methot has been limited to 16 games this season but he is on-track to play on Friday, barring a setback. Methot’s return will help the Stars defence much more than it will help any fantasy team.
Methot (knee) was a full participant in Sunday’s practice; could be back later this week.
Methot has been out since January 4th but is looks like he’ll be back after a few more practices. Methot is still looking for his first point with the Stars after being held pointless in his first 16 games of 2017-18.
The Stars have placed Marc Methot (knee) on IR.
Methot underwent a procedure on his knee; will miss at least two weeks.
Methot (knee) will return to the Stars lineup on Thursday.
Methot has been out since November 6th, but is expected to replace Julius Honka on Thursday. Methot had no points in his first 15 games with the Stars before getting hurt.
Methot (knee) took part in the morning skate but will not play Tuesday.
It looked as if Methot would make his return to the Stars lineup tonight, but Julius Honka will remain on the blueline. Methot may be back on Thursday.
Methot had his knee scoped on Monday; expected to miss 4-6 weeks.
Methot (lower-body) did not travel to start the Stars three-game road trip.
Methot will miss his third consecutive game with a lower-body injury that he suffered November 6th vs. the Jets. The Stars have plenty of blueline depth so this injury shouldn’t affect them too much. He has no fantasy relevance has he’s failed to pick up a point with just 13 shots in 15 games this season.
Methot (lower-body) us doubtful to play on Friday.
The Stars acquired Marc Methot from the Golden Knights for Dylan Ferguson and a 2020 second round pick.
Methot is a solid depth defeseman, but has limited offensive upside. In 2016-17, the 32-year-old had 12 assists in 68 games and has not topped 20 points in the last three seasons. Methot joins a Stars’ blueline that is crowded with young defensemen.
Methot (finger) is on the ice for warmups; expected to play in Game 1.
Methot (hand) may play in Game 1 vs. the Bruins.
Source: Dean Brown 04/11/17, 5:56 am EST