The Blues have placed Martin Havlat on unconditional waivers.
Havlat requested to have his contract terminated for personal reasons and the Blues granted him that request. There is no word on why Havlat wants to leave the team.
Havlat will make his Blues debut on Tuesday.
Havlat skated on the Blues second line with David Backes and Robby Fabbri and is expected to skate there in his debut on Tuesday. Havlat had 14 points (5G / 9A) in 40 games with New Jersey last season.
Source: Lou Korac 11/9/15, 8:17 am EST
The Blues have signed Martin Havlat to a one-year deal.
Source: Lou Korac 11/6/15, 7:26 am EST
Havlat will be a healthy scratch on Tuesday.
Havlat will be a healthy scratch for the second straight game, as the Devils get Damon Severson back and will go with seven defensemen vs. the Predators.
Source: Tom Gulitti 03/3/15, 7:00 am EST
Havlat (illness) will return to the Devils lineup on Thursday.
Havlat missed Tuesday’s game with an illness, but he will be back in the lineup tonight in Boston. He is out of the lineup as frequently as he is in it, so he is a difficult player to trust in fantasy circles.
Source: Tom Gulitti 01/8/15, 7:26 am EST
Havlat (illness) will travel with the team to Boston; ma play on Thursday.
Havlat missed Tuesday’s game with an illness, but could return tomorrow vs. the Bruins. He has three goals, six assists and a minus-10 rating in 24 games this season.
Source: Tom Gulitti 01/7/15, 8:43 am EST
Havlat did not practice on Monday due to an illness.
Havlat missed four games with an illness, but returned for the last two, but is now sick again. He is questionable for Tuesday’s game against the Sabres.
Source: Tom Gulitti 01/5/15, 7:25 am EST
Havlat (illness) will be back in the Devils lineup on Friday.
Havlat has missed the last four games with an illness, but will play tonight vs. Montreal. He has eight points (3G / 5A) and a minus-10 rating in 22 games this year.
Source: Tom Gulitti 01/2/15, 6:11 am EST
Havlat (illness) will travel with the team to Detroit.
Havlat has missed the last two games with an illness, but should be back in the lineup on Wednesday vs. the Red Wings. Havlat has three goals and five assists (8 points) in 22 games.
Havlat tested negative for mumps and has been cleared to return to the team.
Havlat missed Tuesday’s game because he was in isolation being tested for mumps. His test results came back negative on Friday and he should be in the lineup on Saturday in New York.
Havlat (illness) will not play on Tuesday.
Havlat, who is being tested for mumps, will miss tonight’s game vs. Carolina. His test results are not in, so he continues to be isolated from the team.
Source: Rich Chere 12/23/14, 5:57 am EST
Havlat missed practice on Monday and is being tested for mumps.
Havlat has one goal and one assist in eight games since returning from a lower-body injury. It looks like he could bounced from the lineup again, this time as he is being tested for mumps.
Havlat (lower-body) is expected to return to the Devils lineup on Monday.
Havlat has missed the last three games with a lower-body injury, but he should play tonight in Carolina. We will know for sure after the Devils morning skate. Havlat has six points (2G / 4A) in 14 games this season.
Source: @NHLDevils 12/8/14, 6:10 am EST
Havlat (lower-body) will not travel on the Devils’ two-game road-trip.
Havlat suffered a lower-body injury on Saturday vs. the Islanders and will miss at least the next two games as he will not accompany the team on their short two-game road trip.
Source: Tom Gulitti 12/1/14, 7:02 am EST
Havlat (lower-body) will not play on Monday.
Havlat will miss his ninth straight game with a lower-body injury he suffered on October 21st. He had been practicing lately, so it looked as if he might return, but Jordin Tootoo will replace him tonight in Boston.
Source: Rich Chere 11/10/14, 7:15 am EST
Havlat (lower-body) is back at Devils’ practice on Sunday.
Havlat has missed the last eight games with a lower-body injury that he suffered on October 21st. Havlat has recorded one goal and two assists in five games with the Devils. He could be back in the lineup tomorrow vs. Boston.
Source: Rich Chere 11/9/14, 6:32 am EST
Havlat (face) has been placed on injured reserve.
Havlat, who suffered severe face lacerations last week is reportedly dealing with other issues not related to his face and that is the reason he has been place on IR. There is no timetable for his return and the Devils recalled Reid Boucher to round-out the 23-man roster.
Source: Rich Chere 10/27/14, 9:09 am EST
Havlat (face) will not play Friday; questionable for Saturday.
Havlat, who was injured last Saturday, played 14 minutes on Tuesday but will come back out of the lineup, likely for the next two games. With Havlat out, Damien Brunner will skate on the Devils' second line.
Havlat (face) is doubtful for Friday.
Havlat was not on the ice for the Devils' practice this morning, so it looks like he will take Friday off, which means that Jacob Josefson will be in the lineup and Damien Brunner will skate on the second line.
Havlat (face) is at Devils practice on Monday.
Havlat missed Saturday's game after suffering substantial cuts to his face in Thursday's game. He took part in warmups on Saturday but was scratched. His presence on the ice this morning suggests that he and his full face shield will be in the lineup on Tuesday vs. the Rangers.
Source: Rich Chere 10/20/14, 7:29 am EST