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
Stone (neck) will not play Tuesday in New Jersey.
Stone left Sunday’s game after being hit in the head by Jets’ defenseman Jacob Trouba.
Stone was down on the ice for a bit before retiring to the dressing room for the night. Trouba faces a hearing for the hit, but Stone could be out of the lineup longer. The Senators also lost Mike Hoffman and Tommy Wingels last night, so they need some good news on the injury front.
Stone (illness) is on the ice for warmups; expected to play.
Stone (illness) will be a game-time decision on Thursday.
Stone missed the Senators' morning skate because of an illness and will be a game-time decision vs. the Ducks. Monitor Stone's status when the Senators hit the ice for warmups at 7:00 pm ET.
Stone (upper-body) will return to the Senators lineup on Saturday.
Stone missed Thursday’s game vs. the Canucks, but will be back in tonight vs. the Sabres. Stone has just one goal with four assists (five points) in nine games this season.
Stone (upper-body) practice on Friday; could return to the lineup on Saturday.
Stone missed Thursday’s game with an upper-body injury that he suffered on Tuesday, but he was back skating on the Senators’ top-line on Friday and head coach Guy Boucher is hopeful that he will be available on Saturday. Stone has had a slow start to the season, having recorded just one goal and four assists in nine games.
Source: @Senators 11/4/16, 9:37 am EST
Stone is out indefinitely with a concussion; could be ready for the season opener (Oct. 12).
Stone suffered a concussion during the Senators’ practice on Friday and will be held off of the ice until he is symptom free. Stone is coming off of a 23-goal, 38-assist (61 points) season and with two weeks left until the start of the regular season, he could still be ready for the season opener.
Source: Ken Warren 09/26/16, 9:21 am EST
Stone (chest) will not play on Tuesday.
Stone will miss his third straight game with a chest injury that he suffered in Winnipeg on a colossal hit from Dustin Byfuglien. With Stone out, Buddy Robinson has been recalled from Binghamton (AHL) and will make his NHL debut.
Stone (upper-body) is headed back to Ottawa; will likely miss the next two games.
Stone was absolutely crushed by Jets’ defenseman Dustin Byfuglien in Wednesday’s win. Stone will miss Thursday’s game in Minnesota and heading back to Ottawa suggests that he will miss Saturday’s game in Philadelphia.
Source: Dean Brown 03/31/16, 8:38 am EST
Stone will return to the lineup after serving his two game suspension.
Source: @Senators 11/7/15, 7:36 am EST
The NHL has suspended Mark Stone for two games for elbowing Landon Ferraro on Saturday.
Stone will miss Tuesday and Thursday’s games vs. the Canadiens and Jets and is eligible to return on Saturday’s contest in Carolina. Thankfully for the Senators, they will get both Mike Hoffman and Curtis Lazar back from injury on Tuesday.
The Senators signed Mark Stone to a three-year contract worth $10.5M.
Stone, 23, was one of the hottest players in the final few months of the season and earned himself a rookie of the year nomination. The former sixth-round pick led all rookies with 64 points (26G / 38A) in 80 games. Stone heads into 2015-16 in search of his first career 30-goal season.
Stone (wrist) will be a game-time decision for Game 2.
Stone only skated for eight minutes this morning, but is still listed as a game-time decision. He is reportedly dealing with a micro fracture in his right wrist and he is expected to test it in pre-game warmups. Expect Stone to play if it is determined that he cannot do any further damage to the wrist.
Stone has a microfracture in his right wrist; status unknown for remainder of the series.
Stone was injured when he was slashed by P.K Subban in Game 1. Subban was assessed a game misconduct for the slash, but will be back for Game 2, but it does not look like Stone will be. The Senators called him “very questionable” to play again in the series. This is a huge loss for the Senators. Stone came in as one of the NHL’s hottest players.
Stone (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision on Sunday.
Stone missed Saturday’s game vs. the Penguins, but he is expected to be back in the lineup tonight vs. the Canucks. If Stone is ready to go go, he will replace Milan Michalek who is out with an upper-body injury.
Stone (undisclosed) will not play on Saturday.
Stone did not travel with the team to Pittsburgh, so he will be replaced by Zack Smith today vs. the Penguins. Stone is considered day-to-day.
Source: @Senators 12/6/14, 6:28 am EST
Stone (undisclosed) is questionable for Saturday.
Stone must have suffered an undisclosed injury in the Senators loss to the Islanders on Thursday. Puck-drop is at 1 PM ET so there will be no morning skate, so monitor his status prior warmups.