Hanzal (lower-body) will return to the Stars lineup on Monday.
Hanzal has missed the last three games with a lower-body injury, but will return to the lineup tonight vs. the Jets. Hanzal has had a slow start to the season, recording one goal in 11 games and tonight he will centre the fourth line.
Hanzal (lower-body) will miss the Stars next two games.
Hanzal will miss his third straight game with a lower-body injury that he suffered last Friday in Calagary. Hanzal has had a tough start to his Stars career and his next chance to play will be Monday vs. the Jets.
Hanzal (lower-body) will not play on Thursday.
Hanzal will miss his second straight game with a lower-body injury that he suffered last Friday in Calgary. With Hanzal out, Jason Dickinson will draw into the lineup in Winnipeg.
Hanzal (lower-body) will not play on Monday.
Hanzal suffered a lower-body injury in Calgary on Friday and will not be in the lineup tonight in Vancouver. He has had a slow start in Dallas, collected just one goal in his first 11 games. With Hanzal out, Antoine Roussel will get a shot in the Stars’ top-6.
Hanzal (undisclosed) is questionable for Monday’s game vs. Vancouver.
Hanzal (lower-body) will play Tuesday vs. the Red Wings.
Hanzal left Saturday’s game with a lower-body injury, but will be in the lineup tonight vs. Detroit. Hanzal will continue to centre the third line, but tonight he will have Mattias Janmark and Devin Shore on his wings. Hanzal continues to look for his first point as a Dallas Star.
Source: Mike Heika 10/10/17, 8:33 am EST
Hanzal (lower-body) is expected to play Tuesday vs. the Red Wings.
Hanzal left Saturday’s game after playing just 8:14 TOI and did not return. Hanzal has had a difficult time with injuries in his career, but it sounds like he avoided anything serious this time around and should play tomorrow vs. the Red Wings. Hanzal had three shots on goal in 15:48 TOI in his Stars debut on Friday.
Source: Mike Heika 10/9/17, 9:53 am EST
Hanzal (ankle) is expected to begin skating on Thursday.
The Stars’ offseason signing has not skated with his new team as he’s dealt with an ankle injury during the start of training camp. Hanzal has had a tough time with injuries throughout his career, so Stars fans should get used to this. When Hanzal begins skating, he is expected to be paired with Radek Faksa and the third member of that line is expected to be either Antoine Roussel or Tyler Pitlick.
Source: Mike Heika 09/19/17, 6:54 am EST
The Stars have signed Martin Hanzal to a three-year deal worth $14.25M ($4.75M AAV).
Hanzal, 30, had 20 goals and 29 assists (49 points) in 71 games with the Coyotes and Wild last year. Hanzal has always had a lot of offensive potential to go along with great size (6’6” / 226 lbs.) but has had a tough time with durability. Hanzal heads to Dallas where he will replace Cody Eakin, who was picked up by the Vegas Golden Knights. The Stars have arguably the best offence he has ever been a part of and that could unlock the offensive potential Hanzal has been teasing us with for years.
Hanzal (illness) will be back in the Wild lineup on Saturday.
Hanzal (illness) is expected to miss at least two more games.
Hanzal was a late scratch from Sunday’s afternoon game in Chicago and will likely miss the remainder of the Wild’s road trip. With Hanzal out, Jordan Schroeder is expected to remain in the lineup.
Hanzal will not play Sunday afternoon due to illness.
Source: @mnwild 03/12/17, 7:57 am EST
The Wild acquired Martin Hanzal, Ryan White and a 2017 fourth round pick from the Coyotes for Grayson Downing, 2017 first round pick, 2018 second round pick and a conditional fourth round pick.
Hanzal is set to become an unrestricted free agent this summer and the Wild have added him in an attempt to go for it all this spring. Hanzal, who has 16 goals and 10 assists (26 points) in 51 games this season, joins a deep group of forwards in Minnesota. He should make his Wild debut on Monday and could skate on a line with Zach Parise.
Hanzal (illness) will return to the Coyotes lineup on Saturday.
Hanzal (illness) will be a game-time decision on Thursday.
Hanzal (personal) will return to the Coyotes lineup on Saturday.
Hanzal has missed the last two games due to a personal matter, but will play tonight vs. the Lightning. Hanzal is expected to centre the top line with Tobias Rieder and Radim Vrbata—he come into play with 15 points (9G / 6A) in 37 games this season.
Source: Dave Vest 01/21/17, 9:16 am EST
Hanzal (personal) will not play Thursday; expected to be available on Saturday.
Hanzal will miss his second straight game while he deals with a personal matter. The Coyotes’ centre won’t play tonight, but is expected to return on Saturday, so monitor his status leading up to that meeting with the Ducks.
Hanzal has left the team for personal reasons; won't play on Wednesday.
Hanzal will be held out of the lineup on Wednesday, which means that Josh Jooris will draw back into the lineup in Winnipeg. With Hanzal out, Alex Burmistrov is expected to centred the top line and Peter Holland the second line.
Source: Dave Vest 01/18/17, 8:56 am EST
Hanzal (upper-body) is expected to play on Friday.
Hanzal missed last Saturday’s game vs. the Islanders with an upper-body injury, but he is expected to return to the lineup tonight vs. the Jets. Hanzal skated with Tobias Rieder and Anthony Duclair in Thursday’s practice and comes into Friday with 15 points (9G / 6A) in 34 games this season.
Hanzal (upper-body) will not play on Saturday.
Source: Dave Vest 01/7/17, 2:41 pm EST