The Canadiens have acquired Nate Thompson and a 2019 5th round pick from the Kings for a 2019 4th round pick.
In his first full season with the Kings, Thompson has four goals and two assists (six points) in 53 games. Thompson is a hard-working, fourth liner while has averaged 12:55 TOI/gm. His 64.9 D-zone start% hurts but a 43.4 CorsiFor% and -5.9 CF%rel are absolutely disastrous rates.
Thompson (illness) will draw back into the Kings lineup on Tuesday.
Source: Jon Rosen 02/5/19, 5:09 pm EST
The Kings have acquired Nate Thompson and Dion Phaneuf from the Senators for Marian Gaborik and Nick Shore.
Thompson will (lower-body) not return to the lineup Tuesday vs. Pittsburgh.
Thompson returned to practice Monday but has yet to be cleared to play. He's getting closer but remains without a timetable for his return.
Thompson (lower-body) will not play on Tuesday.
Thompson has missed some time with a lower-body injury earlier this season and has re-aggravated the injury. Thompson joins Mark Stone, Derick Brassard, Bobby Ryan and Gabriel Dumont as injured Senators forwards, so they will go with 11 forwards and seven defensemen tonight—a call-up from Binghamton (AHL) will be made this afternoon as well.
Source: @Senators 02/6/18, 12:09 pm EST
Thompson (lower-body) will be a game-time decision on Thursday.
Thompson (lower-body) will be out until after the All-Star break.
Thompson will miss his second straight game tonight and will miss the next two games before the break as well. With Thompson still out, Colin White will remain in the Senators lineup tonight.
Source: TSN1200 01/22/18, 1:49 pm EST
Thompson (lower-body) will miss at least two more games.
Thompson missed Saturday’s game vs. the Lightning after getting hurt on Friday and will miss at least two more games. Thompson could be back when the Senators return from their bye week.
Thompson (lower-body) will not play Saturday vs. the Lightning.
Thompson left Friday’s game vs. the Sharks with a lower-body injury after playing just 1:09 TOI. With Thompson sidelined for Saturday’s game, the Senators recalled Colin White from Belleville (AHL) and he will make his season debut tonight.
The Senators have signed Nate Thompson to a two-year extension worth $3.3M ($1.65M AAV).
The Ducks recalled Nate Thompson (Achilles) from his conditioning stint with San Diego (AHL).
Thompson has not appeared in a game this season, but went to San Diego on a conditioning stint after being cleared to return from an Achilles injury. Thompson registered one assist in three AHL games and could make his season debut on Tuesday.
Thompson (upper-body) will not play on Wednesday.
Thompson will miss his second straight game with a lower-body injury. With Thompson out, Shawn Horcoff will remain in the lineup as the Ducks’ fourth line centre.
Thompson is expected to return to the Ducks lineup after serving his suspension.
Nate Thompson has been suspended three games for his hit on Justin Faulk.
Thompson (shoulder) is expected to make his season debut on Wednesday.
Thompson has missed the start of the season after undergoing shoulder surgery in June. Thompson is expected to slot in on the Ducks’ fourth line against his former team. With Thompson back in the lineup, Patrick Maroon will likely be the healthy scratch.
Thompson (upper-body) will return to the lineup in Game 1.
Thompson (upper-body) will not play in Game 4.
Thompson took part in the morning skate, but will not be available for Game 4. He remains day-to-day and could be available for Game 5 (if necessary).
Thompson (upper-body) will not play in Game 3; possible for Game 4.
Thompson missed the first two games of the series and he will be held out of the lineup for a third consecutive game. He could be back in the lineup for Game 4 on Wednesday.
The Ducks acquired Nate Thompson from the Lightning for 2015 fourth and seventh-round picks.
Thompson, 29, had nine goals and seven assists (16 points) in 81 games for the Ducks last season. He adds forward depth to the Ducks lineup and will likely centre the Ducks' fourth line in 2014-15.
Source: NHL.com 07/1/14, 5:05 am EST