Bonino (lower-body) will return to the Predators lineup on Tuesday.
Bonino has been sidelined by a lower-body injury since October 14th, but will draw back into the lineup tonight vs. the Capitals. Bonino is expected to take Scott Hartnell’s spot in the lineup and will likely centre the fourth line with Cody McLeod and Austin Watson on his wings.
Bonino (lower-body) missed Monday’s practice; questionable for Tuesday’s game vs. Colorado.
Bonino departed Saturday’s game early, playing just 9:50 TOI, and missed Monday’s practice as well. The missed session puts a serious black cloud over Bonino’s status for Tuesday’s game. With Bonino out, Kevin Fiala centred the Predators second line in today’s practice.
Bonino (leg) is ready for his Predators debut on Thursday.
Bonino sat out during the preseason as he recovered from a broken leg suffered in the Stanley Cup Finals, but he was on the ice for the optional morning skate and will play vs. the Bruins. In his Nashville debut, Bonino will centre a line with veteran Scott Hartnell on one wing and Kevin Fiala on the other.
Source: Adam Vingan 10/5/17, 8:27 am EST
The Predators have signed Nick Bonino to a four-year deal worth $16.4M ($4.1M AAV).
Bonino had one of the best seasons of his career 2016-17, posting 18 goals and 19 assists (37 points) in 80 games and added an additional seven points (4G / 3A) in 21 playoff games to help the Penguins to their second Stanley Cup in a row. Bonino will fill the hole left by Mike Fisher’s expected departure and should serve as the Predators No.2/No.3 centre.
Bonino (illness) missed the morning skate and is not expected to play on Tuesday.
Bonino (undisclosed) will be in the lineup on Saturday.
Bonino missed practice on Thursday, but is good-to-go tonight vs. the Maple Leafs. Bonino is expected to centre a line with Phil Kessel and Carl Hagelin on his wings. The two-way centre has one goal and three assists (four points) in 14 games this season.
Bonino (hand) will be a game-time decision on Saturday.
Bonino suffered a hand injury in the Penguins practice on Friday and will be a game-time decision for this afternoon’s game in Detroit. Bonino has two goals and four assists (six points) in 14 games since returning to the Penguins lineup.
Source: @penguins 03/26/16, 8:11 am EST
Bonino (hand) will return to the Penguins lineup on Saturday.
Bonino has been sidelined with a hand injury since January 12th, but will return to the lineup tonight vs. the Jets. Bonino has just 10 points (3G / 7A) in 40 games in his first season with the Penguins. Before he starts producing at a higher rate, Bonino shouldn’t be on your fantasy radar.
Source: @Penguins 02/28/16, 5:26 pm EST
Bonino (undisclosed) has been sent back to Pittsburgh; not expected to play on Friday.
Source: Josh Yohe 01/13/16, 8:47 am EST
Bonino (illness) will return to the Penguins lineup on Friday.
Bonino (illness) will be a game-time decision on Wednesday.
Bonino missed the Penguins morning skate with an illness and is listed as a game-time decision for Wednesday games vs. the Bruins. With Bonino likely out, Conor Sheary will make his NHL debut.
Source: @penguins 12/17/15, 5:26 am EST
Bonino (illness) is expected to play on Thursday.
Bonino missed Tuesday’s game vs. the Wild but is expected to be in the lineup tonight vs. the Avalanche. Bonino will be back on the third line and comes in with three goals and one assist in 17 games.
Bonino is day-to-day with an illness.
Bonino was scratched on Tuesday and is listed as day-to-day with an illness. The Penguins are back in play on Thursday, so monitor Bonino’s status during tomorrow’s morning skate.
Source: Josh Yohe 11/18/15, 7:04 am EST
On Tuesday, the Penguins acquired Nick Bonino, Adam Clendening and a 2016 2nd round pick for Brandon Sutter and a 2016 3rd round pick.
Bonino (undisclosed) said he is ready to play on Monday.
Bonino was deemed a game-time decision, but he said he feels good to go and called himself “probable.” Bonino has one goal and three assists in six games since returning from a lower-body injury.
Bonino (undisclosed) will be a game-tie decision on Monday.
Bonino said he feels like he is ready to return, but the final decision will be up to the coaches.
Bonino (lower-body) is on the ice for warmups; will play.
Bonino has missed the last seven games, but will be back in the lineup tonight vs. the Bruins. He will centre the Canucks second line with Shawn Matthias and Radim Vrbata on his wings. In 52 games this season, he has 11 goals and 14 assists (25 points).
Bonino (lower-body) will be a game-time decision on Tuesday.
Bonino has missed the last seven games, but it looks like he will return to the lineup on Tuesday. He skated on the second line with Shawn Matthias and Radim Vrbata in the morning skate. Monitor his status during pre-game warmups.
Bonino (lower-body) is expected to return during the Canucks five-game road-trip.
Bonino has missed the last four games, but is expected to be back before the end of the month. The Canucks are just starting a five-game road trip and he is expected to return to the lineup at some point during their trip. Vancouver has managed to go 3-1-0 without Bonino.
Bonino will be out for a “few days” with a lower-body injury.
Bonino will miss his second straight game tonight and will likely miss tomorrow’s game as well. However, head coach Willie Desjardins says that he doesn’t expect Bonino to miss significant time. Consider him day-to-day.