Pacioretty (upper-body) skated without pucks on Saturday.
Pacioretty will miss his second straight game with an upper-body injury, but did return to the ice for nearly 30 minutes on Saturday. He did not skate with any pucks and only did cardio, but it is good news that Pacioretty was able to skate.
Pacioretty (upper-body) will miss the remaining two games of the season.
Pacioretty was already ruled out of Thursday’s game, but he will be held out of Saturday’s game as well and be re-evaluated before the playoffs.
Source: Dave Stubbs 04/8/15, 8:38 am EST
Pacioretty (upper-body) will not play on Thursday.
Pacioretty was injured early in Sunday’s game in Florida and he will miss at least one game. He will be held out of Thursday’s game and then will be re-evaluated prior to Saturday’s game in Toronto. Expect Brian Flynn to get back into the lineup with Pacioretty out.
Pacioretty (undisclosed) will travel with the team as planned.
Pacioretty left Sunday’s game with an apparent upper-body injury, but will travel back to Montreal with the team as planned. This is positive news, but with the Habs having just two games left in the regular season, they could hold him out of the lineup until the playoffs to ensure he is 100% for the postseason.
Pacioretty left Sunday’s game with an apparent upper-body injury and did not return.
Pacioretty fell hard into the end-boards and appeared to be woozy when he got back to his feet. The Habs are off until Thursday, so expect a full update prior to their next game.
Source: Dave Stubbs 04/6/15, 7:43 am EST
Pacioretty (upper-body) is on the ice for warmups; expected to play.
Pacioretty was injured on Thursday, but it looks like he won't miss a game and will play tonight vs. the Senators.
Pacioretty (upper-body) will be a game-time decision on Saturday.
Pacioretty took part in the morning skate, just two days after being hospitalized with an upper-body injury. He was crunched by Clayton Stoner on Thursday and was sent to the hospital as a pre-caution. He has shown an incredible ability to heal in the past, so don’t be surprised to see him in the lineup tonight vs. Ottawa. Monitor his status during warmups at 6:30 PM ET.
Source: Stu Cowan 12/20/14, 8:56 am EST
Pacioretty (upper-body) is on the ice for the Canadiens morning skate.
Pacioretty’s injury is minor and he had to go to the hospital for precautionary measures, but his availability for the morning skate suggests that he could be in the lineup tonight vs. Ottawa. Monitor his status following the skate.
Pacioretty (upper-body) is listed as day-to-day.
Pacioretty was at the team facility today and has reportedly avoided serious injury despite being hospitalized last night. There is no word on whether or not he will play tomorrow, but it seems as if he is questionable. Monitor his status during Saturday’s game day skate.
Pacioretty was sent to the hospital after leaving Thursday’s game with an upper-body injury.
Pacioretty was crunched into the boards by Ducks’ defenseman Clayton Stoner on Thursday night. Pacioretty left the game and did not return because he was sent to the hospital for precautionary reasons. There was no update on his status post game, so his availability for Saturday’s game is unknown. Consider him questionable until a detailed update is released.
Pacioretty had to be helped off of the ice after crashing into the Hurricanes goal in the first period.
Pacioretty was unable to put virtually any weight on his leg as he was helped off. This would be a big blow to the USA Olympic team if Pacioretty's injury is as serious as it originally looks.
Source: Dave Stubbs 02/8/14, 1:44 pm EST
Pacioretty was given a maintenance day today but will travel with the team to Philadelphia.
Pacioretty has elevated his game lately registering nine goals and one assist in his last 11 games, after scoring just twice with two assists in his first 12 games. He should be activated on Thursday vs. a Flyers team playing on the tail-end of a back-to-back.
Source: John Lu 12/11/13, 6:18 am EST
Pacioretty (hamstring) will play tonight.
Pacioretty missed the last eight games, but will be back in the lineup tonight. The Habs won four of eight games with Pacioretty out of the lineup. Their leading scorer over the last two seasons, has two goals and one assist in five games this season.
Max Pacioretty (hamstring) will be on this weekend's trip to Minnesota and Colorado, however no decision on whether he'll play or not has been made.
Pacioretty has missed the last seven games, but could return tomorrow. Monitor his status after the Habs morning skate on Friday.
Max Pacioretty (hamstring) is skating with other injured Canadiens players.
Pacioretty's original timetable to return was three weeks, which would have him back in the Candiens lineup next week. He has led the Habs in points in the last two seasons, so his return to the lineup would definitely help their 13th ranked offence.
Pacioretty will be out three weeks with a strained left hamstring.
Pacioretty was injured in the first period in Tuesday's contest with the Jets.
Canadiens are waiting for Max Pacioretty MRI results today. So no announcement will be made this morning.
Pacioretty will not play tonight vs. the Blue Jackets.
Pacioretty (lower-body) left tonight's game and will not return.
After just getting over an upper-body injury, it appears Pacioretty could be sidelined with a knee injury. Expect a full update tomorrow.
Max Pacioretty will play Wednesday.
Pacioretty was back on the ice today after sitting out during Saturday's game with Philadelphia. He played 13:54 with no points and a minus-2 rating in his only appearance.
Michel Therrien says Pacioretty will make the trip out west but his status remains day-to-day.
Monitor his status prior to Wednesday's game with the Flames.
Source: John Lu 10/7/13, 7:52 am EST