Grzelcyk will be back in the Bruins lineup on Thursday.
Grzelcyk was a healthy scratch on Tuesday but will replace Steven Kampfer on Thursday. Grzelcyk comes in with five assists in his last nine games.
Grzelcyk will be a healthy scratch on Tuesday.
This is the first time that Grzelcyk has been a healthy scratch this season. He was banged up on Saturday but head coach Bruce Cassidy said this is not injury-related, he just "didn't play well" on Monday and will be replaced by Steven Kampfer on Tuesday.
Grzelcyk (leg) is expected to play on Monday.
Grzelcyk left Saturday's game early but took part in the morning skate and is expected to play Monday in Philadelphia. He has five assists in his last eight games.
Grzelcyk (leg) is questionable to play Monday.
Grzelcyk was forced to leave Saturday's game against the Islanders after being slashed early in the first period. Grzelcyk skated on Sunday but head coach Bruce Cassidy said that he "seems to be better" but that they'll see "how much strength he has there" during Monday's morning skate.
Grzelcyk (illness) will not play on Saturday.
Grzelcyk will miss Saturday's afternoon game due to an illness, so Steven Kampfer will draw back into the lineup/
Grzelcyk (concussion) will not play in Game 6.
There seemed to be some optimism that Grzelcyk would be able to return in Game 5 after being listed as a game-time decision, but the Bruins defenseman will be held out once again for Game 6.
Grzelcyk (concussion) will be a game-time decision for Game 5.
Grzelcyk has been sidelined by a concussion since Game 2 but is expected to draw back into the Bruins lineup for Game 5. Grzelcyk was on the ice for Wednesday’s practice and Thursday’s optional gameday skate and will likely replace Zdeno Chara (jaw), who is also a game-time decision. Grzelcyk is expected to play on the top-pairing and second power-play unit.
Source: @NHLBruins 06/6/19, 10:54 am EST
Grzelcyk (concussion) will not play in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Finals.
Bruins head coach Bruce Cassidy said that Grzelcyk is “better than he was” but will miss Game 4 in St. Louis. Grzelcyk’s improvement leaves the door open for a potential Game 5 return when the series shifts back to Boston.
Grzelcyk (concussion protocol) will not play in Game 3 in St. Louis.
Grzelcyk was crunched from behind by Oskar Sundqvist in Game 2 and will not be available for Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Finals. Sundqvist was handed a two-minute minor on the play but has been suspended for Game 3. John Moore is expected to replace Grzelcyk in the lineup on Saturday.
Source: @NHLBruins 05/31/19, 6:03 pm EST
Grzelcyk (upper-body) could play during the Bruins upcoming four-game road-trip.
Source: @NHLBruins 03/18/19, 1:44 pm EST
Grzelcyk (arm) returned to Boston to be re-evaluated; will not play Tuesday.
The initial X-rays on Grzelcyk’s arm injury came back negative but he will go back to Boston for further tests and will not play vs. the Blue Jackets. Steven Kampfer is expected to replace him on the third pairing.
Grzelcyk will draw into the Bruins lineup Saturday.
Source: Conor Ryan 02/16/19, 5:25 pm EST
Grzelcyk (lower-body) is not expected to play on Saturday.
Grzelycyk will likely be held out of the lineup on Saturday afternoon, which means that John Moore will draw back into the lineup. Grzelcyk should be considered day-to-day.
Source: @NHLBruins 02/8/19, 1:06 pm EST
Grzelcyk will be a healthy scratch on Thursday.
Grzelcyk has appeared in 45 of the Bruins first 47 games this season but will sit as a healthy scratch on Thursday. John Moore will replace him on the blueline tonight.
Grzelcyk will be back in the Bruins lineup on Monday.
Source: @NHLBruins 11/5/18, 6:56 pm EST
Grzelcyk (lower-body) will be a game-time decision on Monday.
Grzelcyk has missed the last two games with a lower-body injury, but could return tonight vs. the Stars. Grzelcyk skated as an extra during line rushes but participated on the second power-play unit, suggesting he may replace Jeremy Lauzon tonight.
Source: @NHLBruins 11/5/18, 11:46 am EST
Grzelcyk (lower-body) is doubtful to play Tuesday.
Grzelcyk suffered a lower-body injury and is not expected to play on Tuesday. Grzelcyk will likely be replaced by Torey Krug, who is expected to make his season debut. Corey Cave was also recalled from Providence (AHL) to give the Bruins an extra defenseman.
The Bruins signed Matt Grzelcyk to a two-year extension worth $2.8 million ($1.4M AAV) on Friday.
Grzelcyk, 24, became an integral part of the Bruins’ blueline in 2017-18 after spending the majority of his first pro season in the AHL. The 2012 third-round pick (No.85 overall) registered three goals and 12 assists (15 points) in 61 games with the Bruins. Grzelcyk will likely be a third-pairing defenseman on the left-side behind Torey Krug and Zdeno Chara next season.