Kadri (concussion) will not play on Thursday.
Kadri suffered a concussion early in Tuesday’s game in St. Louis and will not play Thursday vs. the Capitals. William Nylander will move to centre on the third line and Andreas Johnsson will replace him on the top power-play unit.
Kadri was suspended three games for his hit on Tommy Wingels; won't play in Game 2 on Saturday.
Kadri (upper-body) will be back in the Maple Leafs lineup on Tuesday.
Kadri has missed the last two games with an upper-body injury that he suffered last Thursday in Arizona. Kadri was back centring a line with Patrick Marleau and Leo Komarov on his wings. Kadri isn’t having the same offensive season he had a year ago, but has 13 goals and 10 assists in 38 games—putting him on-pace for 27 goals and 21 assists (48 points) in 80 games.
Kadri (upper-body) is not expected to be in the lineup on Sunday.
Kadri (upper-body) will not be in the lineup on Friday.
The Maple Leafs have signed Nazem Kadri to a six-year deal worth $27 million ($4.5M AAV).
Statistically Kadri didn’t have the greatest season but the Maple Leafs were impressed with his development and have inked him to a very reasonable six-year extension. Kadri will look to build off of his 2015-16 season where he had 17 goals and 28 assists (45 points) in 76 games. This raise should also help him pay for all those fines that seem to be adding up.
Kadri has been suspended for four games for his cross-check on Luke Glendening.
Kadri was assessed a two-minute minor on the play, but has been suspended for the final four games of the regular season. Kadri finishes the season with 45 points (17G / 28A) in 76 games. Tyler Bozak will take over as the team’s top line centre.
Kadri (lower-body) will be a game-time decision on Monday.
Kadri (lower-body) will not play on Saturday.
Kadri (lower-body) will not play on Thursday.
Kadri, who was fined $5,000 for his throat slashing gesture on Tuesday, will miss tonight’s game with a lower-body injury. With Kadri and Tyler Bozak both sidelined, Peter Holland will centre the Maple Leafs top line.
Kadri (flu) missed Monday's practice, but is expected to play on Tuesday.
Kadri missed Monday’s practice with an illness, but head coach Mike Babcock said that Kadri will be in the lineup on Tuesday. Deploy Kadri like you normally would.
The Maple Leafs signed Nazem Kadri to a one-year extension worth $4.1M.
Kadri will return from his four-game suspension on Saturday.
Kadri has served his four game suspension and he is expected to be in the lineup tonight vs. the Senators. Kadri has two goals and twos assists in his last 10 games. Kadri is expected to centre the second line with Joffrey Lupul and David Booth on his wings.
The NHL has suspended Nazem Kadri for four games.
Kadri was suspended for four games for an elbow to the head of Oilers forward Matt Fraser on Monday. The suspension will keep him out of the lineup until next Saturday vs. the Senators. With Peter Holland still out with a lower-body injury, the Leafs will likely recall a centre.
Kadri won't play Friday, but will play on Saturday.
Kadri will serve the final game of his three-game suspension that was handed down by his coaches. He will play Saturday in Vancouver.
Kadri will be a healthy scratch for the next two games.
Kadri was scratched from Monday's game against the Islanders and he will also be a healthy scratch in tonight's game vs. Buffalo and Friday's game in Calgary. It was speculated that Kadri was scratched because he was late for a team meeting, but Leafs president Brendan Shanahan said "there's more to this [then being late for a meeting]."
Source: Ian Shantz 03/11/15, 6:43 am EST
Kadri will be a healthy scratch on Monday vs. New York.
Kadri was sent home on Sunday after showing up late for a team meeting. Kadri said he “slept in” which is why he missed the team meeting. He will take a seat tonight with Brandon Kozun drawing in for him. Peter Holland will centre the second line with Kadri in the press box.
Source: David Alter 03/9/15, 7:32 am EST
Kadri was sent home from practice; could be healthy scratch on Monday.
Kadri reportedly showed up late for practice this morning so head coach Peter Horachek sent him home. When asked if Kadri would play on Monday, coach said “if I want him.”
Kadri (illness) returned to Leafs practice on Wednesday.
Kadri was held off of the ice for Tuesday’s practice because of an illness, but his return to the ice this morning is a good sign that he will be available on Thursday.
Kadri missed Tuesday's practice with an illness.
Kadri missed practice because of an illness, but he has a few days to get healthy before the Leafs take on the Flyers on Thursday.