Stone (knee) will return to the Coyotes lineup on Friday.
Stone (knee) has been cleared for contact; but likely won’t be ready for the Coyotes’ seasons opener.
Stone continues to work his way back from knee surgery on his left knee to repair his ACL and MCL and head coach Dave Tippett said that a return in time for Saturday’s opener may be “a little aggressive.” Stone is expected to slot in on the Coyotes’ second pair alongside Alex Goligoski, but look for Luke Schenn to play there if Stone misses the first few games.
Stone (lower-body) missed the morning skate; not expected to play on Monday.
Stone (upper-body)returned to the Coyotes lineup on Monday.
After missing Saturday’s game, Stone was back in the lineup last night in Vancouver. He did not record a point and was a minus-2 with one shot in the Coyotes blowout 7-1 loss to the Canucks.
Source: NHL.com 12/23/14, 5:30 am EST
Stone (upper-body) will not play on Saturday vs. Los Angeles.
Stone suffered an upper-body injury on Tuesday vs. Edmonton and will not play today. He will be replaced by Chris Summers.
Mike Stone resigns with Phx 3 years
Stone had nine points in 40 games for the Coyotes last season.
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Stone gives the Coyotes depth on the blue line with Klesla injured. He scored nine goals and 22 points in 51 AHL games.
Source: Chris Roy 02/17/12, 8:30 am EST