Beaulieu will be back in the Sabres lineup on Saturday.
Beaulieu, who has been held pointless in his last six games and was a healthy scratch in Ottawa on Thursday, will replace Justin Falk in the lineup on Saturday.
Beaulieu (upper-body) will return after a four-game absence.
Source: Joe Yerdon 02/3/18, 11:27 am EST
Beaulieu (undisclosed) will not be in the Sabres lineup on Tuesday.
Source: John Vogl 01/23/18, 7:28 pm EST
Beaulieu (illness) will be back in the Sabres lineup on Monday.
Beaulieu missed the last two games with an illness but will return tonight in Calgary. Beaulieu will replace Josh Gorges, who is sidelined with an illness of his own. Beaulieu has had a tough season, collecting just four points (1G / 3A) in 32 games.
Beaulieu is day-to-day with an illness.
Beaulieu was not on the ice for Sabres’ practice on Wednesday and is questionable for Thursday’s game in New York. The Sabres recalled Casey Nelson from Rochester (AHL) to take Beaulieu’s spot if he can’t play tomorrow.
Beaulieu (illness) will not be in the Sabres lineup on Tuesday.
Beaulieu (illness) missed Monday’s practice and likely won’t travel with the team for Tuesday’s game.
Beaulieu left Saturday’s game in Pittsburgh early and likely will not play Tuesday in Colorado. Beaulieu has recorded just three assists in 20 games this season.
Beaulieu (upper-body) will return to the Sabres lineup on Friday.
Beaulieu has missed the last seven games with an upper-body injury, but will return tonight vs. the Panthers. Beaulieu is expected to skate on the third pairing with Viktor Antipin and should see some power-play time. He has just two assists in eight games so far this season.
Beaulieu left Friday's game with an upper-body injury; listed as day-to-day.
Source: Joe Yerdon 10/21/17, 6:32 am EST
The Sabres acquired Nathan Beaulieu from the Canadiens for a 2017 3rd Round Pick on Saturday.
Beaulieu was a first round pick in 2011 (No.17 overall) and had his best season of his young career in 2016-17, scoring four goals with 24 assists (28 points) in 74 games. The Canadiens could potentially have lost Beaulieu in the expansion draft, so they elected to trade him and at least get something back in return instead of losing him for nothing.
Beaulieu will be a healthy scratch on Thursday.
Beaulieu will be a healthy scratch on Tuesday.
Beaulieu played just 13:26 TOI on Sunday and will come out of the lineup completely tonight. Brandon Davidson will replace Beaulieu on the blueline tonight.
Beaulieu (neck) is expected to return to the Canadiens’ lineup on Thursday.
Beaulieu has missed the last six games with a neck injury, but Mark Barberio was reassigned to St. John’s this afternoon, which suggests that Beaulieu is ready to go for Thursday. He has one goal and five assists (six points) in 20 games this season.
Beaulieu (neck) did not travel with the team to Detroit.
Beaulieu was hospitalized last week after being hit in the throat with a shot and was moved to IR. The Canadiens head out West after today’s game so don’t expect him to fly with the team, but could join them later in the trip.
Beaulieu will not play on Thursday.
Beaulieu was hospitalized after being hit in the throat by a shot on Tuesday. With Beaulieu out on Thursday, Mark Barberio will draw into the lineup vs. Carolina.
Beaulieu will miss the rest of the regular season with a broken thumb.
Beaulieu suffered a broken thumb after blocking a shot in the Canadiens’ win over the Lightning last night. Beaulieu finishes the season wit ha two goals and 17 assists (19 points) in 64 games. The Canadiens may have to recall a defenseman unless P.K Subban is ready to return for Saturday.
Beaulieu (lower-body) will return to the Canadiens lineup on Wednesday.
Beaulieu has been out since February 22nd, but will return to the lineup tonight vs. the Sabres. Beaulieu has 17 points (2G / 15A) in 56 games this season. He is expected to be paired with Victor Bartley and play on the second power-play unit.
Beaulieu (lower-body) will not play on Tuesday.
Beaulieu practiced on Monday and took part in Tuesday’s morning skate, but is not quite ready to return to the lineup. With Beaulieu still out, look for Darren Dietz to play for a second straight game.
Beaulieu (lower-body) practiced on Monday, but is listed as questionable for Tuesday’s game.
Beaulieu has missed the last nine games with a lower-body injury, but it looks like he’ll be back in the lineup this week. Monitor Beaulieu’s status during Tuesday’s morning skate to see if he returns tomorrow or later in the week.
Beaulieu (lower-body) will miss 2-3 weeks.
Beaulieu suffered a lower-body injury during Monday’s game, but finished the contest. He missed Wednesday’s game in Washington and will miss at least two more weeks, which means Victor Bartley will stick with the Habs.