Zadorov (upper-body) will not play on Thursday.
Zadorov will not travel to Dallas for Thursday’s game after suffering an upper-body injury on Tuesday. Ryan Graves will replace him on the Colorado blueline.
Zadorov (lower-body) will be back in Colorado’s lineup on Monday.
Zadorov has been out since December 19th, missing a total of 10 games. There is no word who Zadorov will replace but expect it to be Mark Barberio or Ryan Graves. Zadorov has three goals and two assists in 34 games this season.
Source: Ryan Clark 01/14/19, 1:09 pm EST
Zadorov will miss the next two games with a “muscular” injury.
Zadorov will miss both games of Colorado’s back-to-back on Friday/Saturday. Mark Alt could dress in Zadorov’s absence against the Blackhawks.
Zadorov back in the Avalanche lineup on Sunday.
Zadorov will be a healthy scratch on Friday.
Zadorov played a season-low 7:22 on Wednesday and will be replaced by Patrik Nemeth on Friday. Zadorov has just one goal and two assists in 18 games this season.
Zadorov will replace Tyson Barrie (undisclosed) in the lineup on Thursday.
Zadorov will be a healthy scratch on Saturday.
Source: Dan Rosen 11/11/17, 4:07 am EST
Zadorov will draw back into the Colorado lineup on Saturday.
Zadorov has sat out as a healthy scratch for the last three games, but will return to the lineup tonight in Philadelphia. Zadorov comes into play having scored one goal and one assist in eight games.
Zadorov will get into the lineup Saturday afternoon vs. New Jersey.
Zadorov will draw into the Avalanche lineup on Saturday.
Zadorov was a healthy scratch in the Avs’ opening night win in New York, but will draw into the lineup in New Jersey tomorrow. Zadorov, who stands at 6-foot-5, 230 lbs. has great shutdown ability and posted 10 assists in 56 games with Colorado last season. He is expected to replace Andrei Mironov on the back-end.
Zadorov will be a healthy scratch for the Avalanche season opener.
Zadorov, who was key piece in the Ryan O’Reilly trade to Buffalo, has struggled to find his way in Colorado. The 6-foot-5, 230 lbs. defenseman has the tools to be successful but has yet to put it all together. Still just 22-years-old, Zadorov will sit because the Avalanche claimed Patrik Nemeth off of waivers on Tuesday and he will play with Tyson Barrie.
Zadorov will miss the rest of the regular season with an ankle injury.
Zadorov was hurt during Monday’s practice when he got tangled up with forward Mikko Rantanen. Zadorov took some nice strides in his second season in Colorado. He was playing more than he ever has in his young career, averaging over 19 minutes per night and totalled 10 assists in 56 games. Cody Goloubef will replace him in the lineup on Tuesday.
Source: @Avalanche 02/21/17, 5:27 am EST
Zadorov (lower-body) had to be helped off of the ice at practice.
Zadorov reportedly got tangled up with Mikko Rantanen at practice and had to be helped off of the ice with an apparent lower-body injury. Expect and update on Zadorov’s status over the next 24 hours.
Zadorov will be a healthy scratch on Saturday.
Zadorov played just 10:10 on Thursday and will come out of the lineup tonight in Minnesota. The huge defenseman has collected just two assists in 16 games this season and will be replaced by Eric Gelinas tonight.
Source: Terry Frei 11/19/16, 8:42 am EST
Zadorov is expected to be in the Avalanche lineup on Thursday.
Source: @Avalanche 01/13/16, 9:47 am EST
The Avalanche have recalled Nikita Zadorov from San Antonio (AHL).
Source: @Avalanche 01/13/16, 7:38 am EST
The Avalanche have assigned Nikita Zadorov to San Antonio (AHL).
Zadorov served as a healthy scratch in three of the last four games. He was a minus-3 in just 10:36 on Thursday and and is a minus-5 on the season. Zadorov was a key piece in the Ryan O’Reilly trade, but is viewed as a bit of a project. He has an extremely projectable frame and a nasty side to his game, but he hasn’t fully developed into an everyday NHL defenseman yet. The AHL will allow him more ice time and freedom to grow.
Source: @Avalanche 11/7/15, 9:53 am EST
Zadorov will be a healthy scratch for the second straight game.
After Zadorov registered two assists and a minus-2 rating in the first 10 games with the Avs, he was scratched on Sunday and will be again tonight. Zadorov has all the tools to become a great NHL defenseman, but he remains a work in progress.
On Friday the Avalanche acquired Nikita Zadorov, Mikhail Grigorenko, prospect J.T. Compher and the 31st overall pick from Buffalo for Ryan O’Reilly and Jamie McGinn.
Source: John Vogl 06/27/15, 9:10 am EST
Zadorov will be back in the Sabres lineup on Saturday.
Zadorov was a healthy scratch in the last four games, but will be back in the lineup tonight in Florida. He has 13 points (3G / 10A) in 42 games this season. He will be a good player in this league, but the Sabres clearly think he has some growing up to do.