The Islanders have placed Mikhail Grabovski (upper-body) on IR retroactive to March 16th, 2016.
Grabovski failed his physical last week and his movement to injured reserve this morning enforces that he won’t be ready for the start of the regular season. With Grabovski out, it leaves the door open for an Islanders’ prospect like Mathew Barzal to crack the opening night roster.
Grabovski (concussion) not cleared to skate at the start of training camp.
Grabovski appeared in just 11 games after January because of concussion issues and it doesn’t look like he will be ready for the start of the 2016-17 season. Grabovski’s injury leaves a roster spot open for someone like Mathew Barzal to make the team on opening night.
Grabovski (upper-body) will return to the lineup on Tuesday.
Grabovski was activated from IR on Monday and will return to the lineup after being sidelined since February 19th. Grabovski will replace Brock Nelson in Tuesday’s lineup. The veteran centre has nine goals and 16 assists (25 points) in 57 games this season.
Grabovski (upper-body) will not play on Tuesday.
Grabovski (upper-body) will be in the lineup in Game 5.
Grabovski, who has not played since February 19th, will return to the Islanders lineup for Game 5. Grabovski will replace Brock Nelson in the Isles’ lineup. Grabo had 19 points (9G / 10A) in 51 games this season. He will face his former team—he played 58 games with the Capitals last season.
The Islanders have activated Mikhail Grabovski (upper-body) from IR.
Grabovski has not played since February 19th, but his activation from IR suggests that he will play in Game 5. He was already expected to return, but now it is a near certainty that he plays.
Grabovski (upper-body) is expected to return to the lineup in Game 5.
Grabovski has been sidelined since February 19th, but it looks like there is a good chance that he returns to the lineup in Game 5 on Thursday. The Islanders will make their final lineup decisions after tomorrow’s morning skate. Grabovski had 19 points (9G / 10A) in 51 games this season.
The Islanders have placed Mikhail Grabovski (upper-body) on IR.
Grabovski appeared to suffer an apparent head injury on a hit early in last night’s win over the Predators. He stayed down after a heavy hit and the immediate speculation is that Grabo suffered a concussion, but the exact nature of the injury has not been released by the team.
Grabovski (lower-body) will be back in the Islanders lineup on Tuesday.
Grabovski missed the last five games with a lower-body injury, but will be back in tonight vs. the Rangers. He is expected to replace Kyle Okposo on the Islanders’ top-line with Josh Bailey and John Tavares. Grabovski has registered six goals and eight assists (14 points) in 38 games.
Grabovski (lower-body) will not play on Saturday.
Grabovski will miss his fourth consecutive game with a lower-body injury on January 9th. It seems unlikely that Grabo will be back before the All Star break.
Grabovski (lower-body) will not play on Friday vs. Pittsburgh.
Grabovski will miss his third straight game with a lower-body injury. He is listed as day-to-day, so monitor his status prior to Saturday’s game in Montreal.
Grabovski (lower-body) will not play on Tuesday.
The Islanders will go with the same lineup as they used on Saturday, so that means that Grabovski will miss a second straight game with a lower-body injury. He is day-to-day, monitor his status leading up to Friday’s game vs. Pittsburgh.
Grabovski (lower-body) will not play on Saturday.
Grabovski left Friday’s games with a lower-body injury and did not return. Grabo had been skating on the Islanders top-line, but will be replaced by Josh Bailey on that line. Grabovski is listed as day-to-day.
Grabovski (concussion) has been activated from injured reserve.
Grabovski missed the last three games with a concussion he suffered on October 16th vs. the Sharks. He will be back in the lineup tonight vs. Dallas on the second line with Frans Nielsen and Nikolay Kulemin. Grabo had two goals and one assist in four games this season.
Grabovski (concussion) expected to play on Saturday.
Grabovski is on the ice for the Islanders morning skate, so it looks like he will be back in the lineup on Saturday night. He said that if everything goes well in the A.M skate that he would be in the lineup---so far so good. We will get confirmation after the skate.
Grabovski (concussion) could return on Saturday.
Grabovski skated on the Islanders second line at practice this morning and said he felt good after the skate. He will participate in the morning skate on Saturday and if he feels good, he will be in the lineup. Grabo has missed three games, but will skate on a line with Frans Nielsen and Cory Conacher tomorrow if he is available.
Grabovski (concussion) has been placed on IR, retroactive to October 16.
Grabovski's movement to IR means that he is ineligible to play on Thursday, but could return on Saturday. It was likely a roster move to allow Lubomir Visnovsky to be activated from IR and play tomorrow.
Grabovski (concussion) is on the ice in a no-contact jersey on Wednesday.
Grabovski skated on his own Tuesday, but has joined his teammates this morning. This is a positive sign that Grabo is not far from a return. He is doubtful for Thursday's game vs. the Bruins, but could be back on Saturday vs. Dallas.
Grabovski (concussion) skated on Tuesday and is listed as day-to-day.
Grabovski is reportedly feeling much better after waking up with concussion-like symptoms last Friday. He won't play vs. the Maple Leafs tonight, but could play Thursday against the Bruins. Monitor his status throughout the week.
Grabovski awoke with concussion symptoms on Friday after passing concussion test on Thursday.
Grabovski was crunched by a much bigger John Scott on Thursday night, but the Isles said he didn't suffer a concussion after he passed the tests on Thursday night. He is out indefinitely and will not be evaluated until early next week.