The Red Wings have activated Mike Green (upper-body) from IR.
Green has missed the last four games with an upper-body injury but appears set to play Friday against the Flyers. Green has had a slow start to the season, posting just four points (1G / 3A) in 19 games, so he's not a great fantasy option at this point.
The Red Wings have placed Mike Green (upper-body) on IR.
Green had basically already been ruled out for Sunday's game, so his move to IR opened up a roster spot to call-up Filip Zadina. The move is retroactive to Nov.19, so he's eligible to play Wednesday vs. the Maple Leafs.
Green (upper-body) is expected to miss the next two games.
Green left Tuesday's game with an upper-body injury and is expected to miss their two-game road-trip in Columbus and New Jersey. Joe Hicketts was recalled from Grand Rapids (AHL) and is expected to replace Green on Thursday.
Green (personal) will be back in the Red Wings lineup on Tuesday.
Green missed Saturday's game in San Jose to be with his wife for the birth of their child but will be back in the lineup vs. Ottawa. Green had a slow start to the season but has picked up three assists in his last seven games.
Green (illness) will be back in the Red Wings lineup on Friday.
Green has missed the last three games with an illness but will be back in the lineup when the Red Wings host the Bruins on Friday night. Green, who has had a slow start to the year, posting one goal and one assist in 14 games, will play on the third pair with Madison Bowey and on the second power-play unit.
Green (illness) will not play on Monday.
Green will miss his second straight game with an illness, which means that Alex Biega will remain on the Red Wings' blueline. Green has had a tremendously slow start to the season, posting just two points (1G / 1A) in his first 14 games. He could be back for Wednesday's game at Madison Square Garden.
Grenn will be scratched on Saturday.
Source: Dana Wakiji 11/2/19, 6:58 pm EST
Green (virus) is expected to miss the rest of the season.
Green is dealing with the same virus that he had at the start of the season and a specialist recommended a few weeks rest, which effectively rules him out for the rest of the season. Green finishes his season with 26 points (5G / 21A) in 43 games—10-goal, 40-assist per 82-game pace.
Green will miss 7-10 days with a virus.
Green is dealing with the same virus that sidelined him at the start of the year and will be out for at least one week. Trevor Daley is expected to replace Green on Tuesday.
Source: Dana Wakiji 03/5/19, 2:08 pm EST
Green (foot) is expected to play Friday.
Green has missed the last 13 games but says he’s ready to play Friday against the Jets. The Red Wings have a back-to-back on Friday/Saturday and Green anticipates playing in both games. This is huge news for the Red Wings, who went 2-8-3 without Green.
Green is targeting a return on Saturday.
Green has missed the last 13 games with a lower-body injury but is a possibility to return on Saturday. The Red Wings have gone 2-8-3 in those 13 games without their No.1 defenseman.
Green (lower-body) will miss 3-5 weeks.
Green was forced to leave Monday’s game in Washington and head coach Jeff Blashill announced that he will miss at least three weeks with a lower-body injury. With Green out, Filip Hronek has been recalled from Grand Rapids (AHL).
Green (virus) will make his season debut on Friday.
Green has missed the first nine games of the season, but took part in Thursday’s practice and expects to play on Friday. Green will skate on the top-pair with Dennis Cholowski, a pairing that could produce a fair amount of offence.
The Red Wings are hopeful that Mike Green (virus) will make his season debut on Friday.
Green has missed the first nine games of the season, but could play Friday vs. the Jets. Green is the Red Wings best offensive-defenseman and is coming off of a 33-point (8G / 25A) season in just 66 games.
The Red Wings have placed Mike Green (virus) on injured reserve.
Green was already expected to miss the start of the regular season with a virus that caused him to miss part of training camp. With Green out, the Red Wings have kept a trio of rookie defensemen around to fill the holes on their blueline. There is no return date set for Green’s return.
Source: Kyle Kujawa 10/1/18, 6:27 pm EST
Green “is over the worst” of his viral infection.
Green could miss the start of the regular season due to a virus that was attacking his liver. The Red Wings sent Green to see some specialists after he complained about fatigue during training camp. GM Ken Holland told reporters that he is “on the backside” of the infection. His likely absence to begin the season means that two of Dennis Cholowski, Libor Sulak, Filip Hronek and Joe Hicketts will make the opening night roster.
Green (undisclosed) is likely to miss the start of the regular season.
Green has been dealing with fatigue, so he will visit a specialist to figure out what he’s dealing with. The Red Wings are expected to know more in a few days, but don’t expect to see Green on their blueline on opening night. This is huge blow to an already terrible Detroit D-corps.
The Red Wings re-signed Mike Green to a two-year deal worth $10.75M ($5.375M AAV).
After his three-year contract ended in Detroit, Green decides not to test the free agency market and re-up with the Red Wings. During that three-year stretch, Green ranked 25th among defensemen in goals (29) and 35th in points (104).
Green will undergo cervical spine surgery and miss the rest of the 2017-18 season.
Source: Ansar Khan 03/22/18, 7:35 pm EST
Green (neck) is expected to return to the Red Wings lineup on Friday.
Green has missed the last seven games with a neck injury but is expected to be back in the Red Wings lineup in Winnipeg. Not many expected Green’s return to be in Red Wings’ uniform, but he was not dealt at the trade deadline. Green, who has picked up six goals and 23 assists (29 points) in 56 games this season will draw in for an unnamed defenseman.
Source: Dana Wakiji 03/2/18, 1:09 pm EST