Stone missed the Senators morning skate but will play on Monday.
Stone was given Monday morning off to “give him a break” because he has a “little nagging thing,” according to Senators head coach Guy Boucher. Stone comes into Monday’s meeting with the Stars with two goals and one assist in five games this season.
Source: Ian Mendes 10/15/18, 1:10 pm EST
The Senators have signed Mark Stone to a one-year deal worth $7.35M.
Stone (leg) will not make the trip to Florida.
Stone suffered a leg injury against the Flames on Friday and won’t travel with the team for Monday’s game. Marian Gaborik is expected to move up the lineup to replace Stone.
Stone (knee) will draw back into the Senators lineup on Saturday.
Stone will be back in the lineup for the first time since January 20th, coincidentally enough that game was against the Maple Leafs as well. Stone has had a nice season, picking up 44 points (18G / 26A) in 44 games this year but he has also dominated Toronto, scoring two goals with three assists in three games.
Stone (knee) was a full participant in Friday's practice; expects to play on Saturday.
Stone (knee) will not play Thursday; targeting a return on Saturday.
Stone will miss his ninth consecutive game with a knee injury despite talking about potentially retuning tonight vs. the Predators. Monitor his status heading into Saturday’s game in Toronto.
Stone (knee) is “possible” to return to the Senators lineup on Thursday.
Stone has missed the last eight games but it looks like he could return tomorrow vs. the Predators. Stone’s return would be a huge boost to the Senators as he still leads the team in points (44) despite missing 2.5 weeks.
Source: Dan Seguin 02/7/18, 1:44 pm EST
Stone (knee) took part in the morning skate but will not play on Tuesday.
Stone was on the ice this morning but told reporters he won’t play vs. New Jersey but he has not ruled out a possible return on Thursday. This will be the eighth consecutive game that Stone has missed—the Senators are 2-5-0 without him during that time.
The Senators have placed Mark Stone (knee) on IR.
Stone missed the last three games before the All-Star break and will miss some more time as the Senators return to action on Tuesday. Stone’s move to IR is retroactive to one week ago, so he’s eligible to come off of IR whenever he is healthy, so technically he could play vs. the Hurricanes.
Stone (lower-body) will not play on Tuesday.
Stone will miss his second straight games with a lower-body injury that he suffered vs. the Maple Leafs on Saturday. Filip Chlapik who replaced Stone last night, is also hurt so the Senators may have to call up another forward or roll with seven defensemen tonight.
Source: TSN1200 01/23/18, 1:12 pm EST
Stone (undisclosed) will not play on Monday.
Stone left the Senators morning skate early and will not play tonight in Minnesota. Stone joins J-G Pageau and Nate Thompson as injured Senators forwards—that means Filip Chlapik, Colin White and Chris DiDomenico will all be in the lineup tonight.
Stone (illness) will be in the Senators lineup on Wednesday.
Stone (lower-body) will return to the Senators lineup on Saturday.
Source: Dean Brown 03/25/17, 7:44 am EST
Stone (lower-body) is hoping to return Saturday in Montreal.
Stone is week-to-week with a lower-body injury.
Senators General Manager Pierre Dorion said Stone won’t play “soon” and his injury should be “measured in weeks.” This is a big blow to the Senators’ late-season push for the Atlantic Division and to fantasy owners alike.
Stone (lower-body) will not play Saturday in Colorado.
Stone was hurt in Thursday’s game in Arizona and will come out of the lineup tonight in Colorado. Phil Varone was recalled from Binghamton (AHL) yesterday and will replace Stone in the lineup tonight.
Stone (neck) will be a game-time decision on Sunday.
Stone (neck) is unlikely to play Thursday in Carolina.
Stone (neck) is doubtful for Thursday, but could play on Sunday.
Stone missed Tuesday’s game in New Jersey with a neck injury that he suffered on a hit from Jacob Trouba on Sunday. Stone was fortunate to avoid a concussion on the play and could end up only missing two games. Monitor his status leading up to the Sunday-Monday back-to-back.
Source: Dean Brown 02/22/17, 8:14 am EST