Granlund is out indefinitely with an upper-body injury.
Granlund left Saturday’s game with an upper-body injury and did not return. He registered one goal and one assist before retiring to the dressing room for the evening. Following Saturday’s contest coach Mike Yeo said that Granlund is out indefinitely.
Granlund (illness) will return to the Wild’s lineup on Tuesday.
Granlund missed Saturday’s game with an illness, but he will be back in tonight vs. the Flyers. He will skate in his regular spot on the top-line with Zach Parise and Thomas Vanek. He has not scored a goal in eight games and has just 13 points (3G / 10A) in 30 games this season.
Granlund (illness) is on the ice for the Wild's morning skate.
Granlund, who missed Saturday’s game with an illness, is skating this morning, but coach Mike Yeo said he needed to see significant improvement in Granlund’s health if he was going to play tonight vs. the Flyers. Monitor his status after the skate.
Source: @mnwild 12/23/14, 5:44 am EST
Granlund (illness) did not practice on Monday.
Granlund missed Saturday’s game with an illness and missing practice this morning suggests that Granlund won’t be available on Tuesday vs. the Flyers. Monitor his status during tomorrow’s morning skate.
Granlund is day-to-day with an illness.
Granlund missed Saturday’s game with a stomach virus and is questionable for Tuesday’s game against the Flyers. With Granlund out, Charlie Coyle centred the Wild’s top line, expect to stay the same if Granlund can’t go on Tuesday.
Granlund will replace Charlie Coyle on the Wild's top power-play unit in Game 6.
Granlund is a more skilled and crafty forward than Coyle and should provide a spark to a Wild power-play that has just two goals on 15 opportunities in this series. Granlund has one goal (OT GWG in Game 3) and two assists through the first five games.
Granlund (head) is expected to return for Game 1 on Thursday.
Granlund missed the final six games of the regular season with a head injury, but he is ready to go in game 1 vs. the Avalanche. Tonight, will mark Granlund's NHL playoff debut. He finished the season with eight goals and 33 assists (41 points) in 63 games. Expect him to centre a line with Jason Pominville and Matt Moulson.
Granlund is out indefinitely with an undisclosed upper body injury.
Granlund suffered what appeared to be a head injury Monday when his face smacked Jarret Stoll's left shoulder during a check along the boards in Monday's victory over the Kings in Los Angeles. Granlund won't play Thursday against the defending Stanley Cup champion Blackhawks. Beyond that, coach Mike Yeo said he could shed little light on Granlund's status.
Source: Chad Graff 04/3/14, 7:26 am EST
Granlund (face) is questionable for Thursday.
Granlund left Monday's game early after suffering a black-eye following in the third period. The Wild have recalled Jake Dowell to fill-in for Granlund if he is unable to play.
Mikael Granlund's much-anticipated return to the Wild's lineup will occur tonight against the New York Rangers and he will be reunited on the second line with Nino Niederreiter and Jason Pominville
Granlund has missed 11 straight games and 13 of the past 14. In those 14 games, the Wild has scored 22 goals. It is not easy returning immediately from a concussion. "We'll be realistic with our expectations, but I think there's no better way of getting right back in there than to throw him back into the fire," Yeo said.
Mikael Granlund, who has missed the past nine games and 11 of the past 12 (really 12 in a row because he was lost one shift into his return November 27 against Phoenix, is practicing with the Wild this morning.
Granlund, who has been skating on his own, is skating with extra forwards Justin Fontaine and Mike Rupp, which also indicated that Mike Yeo will return with the same lineup as the Colorado win on Tuesday against the red-hot Vancouver Canucks. Including the Phoenix game that Granlund skated 29 seconds in, the Wild is 5-6-1 without Granlund with 18 goals scored (1.5 goals per game). I'd still be surprised if Granlund plays in any of the next few games just because of his history of concussions, but at the very least, maybe he'll now come on the upcoming road trip to practice.
Mikael Granlund, who has missed five of the past six games and three in a row with a concussion, will remain on injured reserve and has essentially been shut down.
It sounds like Granlund must have had symptoms working out or after he got on the ice on his own Monday. "We’re going to keep him off right now," coach Mike Yeo said. "He skated the other day and we’re at the point now where lets just take some time off here and make sure we get this right. ... I just know that we’re not making progress, and so what we’re doing right now, we have to take a different approach."
Granlund on IR
Granlund has been hit hard recently - courtesy of Nazem Kadri, Marc Methot, and Connor Murphy. Hopefully the time to recover will allow Granlund to get his game back. Brodziak may get more opportunity because of the Granlund injury but you can find better options on the waiver wire.
Source: @mnwild 11/28/13, 5:59 am EST
Granlund (upper-body) is on the ice taking line rushes, expected to return tonight.
Granlund missed the last two games with an upper-body injury but should be back in the lineup tonight and skate with Nino Niederreiter and Jason Pominville. Granlund has two goals and 10 assists as he continues to progress his game in the NHL. The Finnish phenom has more value in keeper leagues, but is still relevant in deep one-year leagues.
Granlund (upper-body) is not expected to play tonight.
Granlund did not skate on Sunday or this morning after missing Saturday's contest with the Jets. The Finnish centre has two goals and 10 assists in 23 games. Mike Rupp will make his season debut tonight with Granlund out.
The Wild has recalled forwards Jake Dowell, Mikael Granlund and Stephane Veilleux from Houston of the AHL.
Granlund collected eight points (2-6=8) in 27 games with Minnesota this season. The 5-foot-10, 186-pound native of Oulu, Fin., recorded 28 points (10-18=28) in 29 games with the Aeros this season and added two points (1-1=2) in five playoff games.
Mikael Granlund and Jason Zucker reassigned for Stephane Veilleux and Jake Dowell
Granlund recorded just one goal and one assist with a minus-2 in his last eight games. Minnesota is limping into the playoffs right now, so they are looking for a spark.
Granlund was officially sent down earlier Tuesday but is back up with the Wild on emergency recall for banged-up Mike Rupp and will play Tuesday night in Edmonton.
Granlund indeed reassigned; With Cullen's return, was going to be scratched again. Get him playing in Houston #mnwild
Granlund is not fantasy relevant this season.
The Minnesota Wild has recalled forward Mikael Granlund from the Houston Aeros, the club's American Hockey League affiliate.
Granlund scored six points (1-5=6) in 19 games with Minnesota this season and registered a goal in his NHL debut vs. Colorado on Jan. 19. The 5-foot-10, 186-pound native of Oulu, Finland has recorded 28 points (10-18=28) in 29 games with the Aeros this season.