The Jets have re-signed Nathan Beaulieu to a two-year deal worth $2.5 million ($1.25M AAV).
Beaulieu missed the second half of the 2020 season, playing just 38 of the 71 games (53.5%). The offence that he showed at lower-levels has never translated to the NHL but he's a reliable top-4 defenseman for Winnipeg, when he's healthy.
The Jets have placed Nathan Beaulieu (lower-body) on IR.
Placing Beaulieu on IR opened up a roster spot so they could activate Andrew Copp for Monday's game. Beaulieu is still expected to be out until early-February.
Beaulieu will miss at least one month with a lower-body injury.
Beaulieu suffered a lower-body injury while blocking a shot in Colorado on Tuesday and will miss at least four weeks. With Beaulieu out, Carl Dahlstrom is expected to play Thursday but Sami Niku could be recalled from Manitoba (AHL).
Beaulieu (upper-body) will return to the Jets lineup on Thursday.
Beaulieu has missed the last four games with an upper-body injury but is expected to play in Dallas. Beaulieu, who has one assist in nine games this season, will replace Carl Dahlstrom on Thursday.
Source: Ken Wiebe 12/5/19, 1:58 pm EST
Beaulieu is expected to miss 7-10 days with an upper-body injury.
Beaulieu suffered an upper-body injury vs. the Blue Jackets on Saturday night. With Beaulieu out, Anthony Bitetto or Carl Dahlstrom will likely play on Wednesday.
Beaulieu (upper-body) will make his season debut on Tuesday.
Beaulieu missed the first five weeks of the NHL season with an upper-body injury but is set to replace Tucker Poolman in the lineup on Tuesday. Beaulieu had five assists in 18 games after joining the Jets last year, giving him 12 points (3G / 9A) in 48 games total in 2018-19.
Beaulieu (upper-body) will likely make his season debut on Tuesday.
Beaulieu is right on schedule with the original four-week timetable. He missed the first 15 games with an upper-body injury but he will likely replace Tucker Poolman, who is dealing with an upper-body injury of his own. Beaulieu had five assists in 18 games with the Jets after coming over from the Sabres.
The Jets have signed Nathan Beaulieu to a one-year deal worth $1.0M.
Beaulieu will be scratched Wednesday in Anaheim.
Source: Brian Munz 03/20/19, 2:55 pm EST
The Jets have acquired Nathan Beaulieu from the Sabres for a sixth-round pick.
Beaulieu has been a healthy scratch for half of the Sabres games this season and the Jets add him with the hopes that he can re-discover his game from his days in Montreal. Beaulieu could see some playing time while Josh Morrissey is ailing after suffering an upper-body injury on Monday.
Beaulieu will be a healthy scratch on Friday.
Beaulieu will be back in the Sabres lineup on Wednesday.
Source: Joe Yerdon 01/30/19, 6:22 pm EST
Beaulieu will be a healthy scratch on Wednesday.
Beaulieu replaced Lawrence Pilut on Monday but will swap spots with him again in Calgary.
Beaulieu will be back in the Sabres lineup on Monday.
Beaulieu has been a healthy scratch for the last five games but will replace Lawrence Pilut on Monday. Beaulieu has three goals and four assists (seven points) in 25 games.
Beaulieu is expected to draw back into the Sabres lineup on Saturday.
Beaulieu has not been in the lineup for the last five games—four with an upper-body injury and one as a healthy scratch. Beaulieu, who has six points (3G / 3A) in 23 games this season is expected to replace Lawrence Pilut.
Beaulieu will be a healthy scratch on Sunday.
Beaulieu will be a healthy scratch on Saturday.
Beaulieu will not play on Saturday.
Beaulieu is expected to be a healthy scratch on Saturday with Casey Nelson being re-inserted into the lineup. It’s a bit of a surprising decision with Beaulieu recording one goal and two assist in his last three games.
Beaulieu (undisclosed) will not play on Saturday.
Beaulieu played just 12:00 TOI on Thursday and will not play Saturday because of an undisclosed injury. Casey Nelson will draw into the Sabres lineup for Beaulieu.
Source: John Vogl 10/20/18, 2:27 pm EST
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.