Juulsen consulting with a specialist for headaches.
The Canadiens announced that Juulsen is not dealing with a concussion, but did have a facial fracture after being hit in the face by the puck last November. Juulsen’s status for the start of the regular season is unclear, but these headaches could open up a spot for Cale Fleury to start the year with Montreal.
Source: John Lu 09/23/19, 2:20 pm EST
Juulsen is out indefinitely with a facial fracture.
Juulsen was hit in the face by the puck on two separate occasions in just 3:12 TOI. With Juulsen out at least a week, look for Karl Alzner or Xavier Ouellet to draw back into the Canadiens’ lineup on Wednesday.
Juulsen (undisclosed) will draw into the Canadiens lineup on Tuesday.
Juulsen has been out of the lineup for the last two games, but will play in Edmonton. Juulsen will replace Karl Alzner and re-enters the lineup with three points (1G / 2A) in 13 games this season.
Source: Stu Cowan 11/13/18, 2:31 pm EST
Juulsen is expected to be a healthy scratch on Thursday.
Juulsen recorded two assists against the Islanders on Monday but failed to register a point in 16:01 TOI on Tuesday. The young defenseman has played well so far this season, but has come out of the lineup to allow Karl Alzner to play a couple of times and will do so again tonight.
Juulsen (upper-body) will be back in the Canadiens lineup on Thursday.
Juulsen (upper-body) will not play on Tuesday.
Juulsen will miss his second straight game with an upper-body injury, despite skating on Monday and expecting to play tonight. Karl Alzner will remain in the Canadiens lineup with Juulsen sidelined.
Juulsen (upper-body) expects to return to the lineup on Tuesday.
Juulsen missed Saturday’s game in Boston, but practiced on Monday and expects to play tomorrow vs. Dallas. Juulsen has registered just one assist and a plus-9 rating in nine games this season.
Source: Arpon Basu 10/29/18, 1:13 pm EST
Juulsen will not play on Saturday because of an upper-body injury.
Juulsen is considered day-to-day with an upper-body injury that will force him to miss Saturday’s game in Boston. With Juulsen out, Karl Alzner will draw back into the lineup.
The Canadiens have recalled Juulsen from Laval (AHL).
Juulsen will be out for six weeks with a fractured foot.
Juulsen was a first-round pick of the Canadiens’ in 2015 and had a chance to crack the opening night roster this October. Juulsen, who had 34 points (12G / 22A) in 49 games with Everett (WHL) last year, had earned preseason praise from Claude Julien but will now likely start the year with St. John’s (AHL).
Source: Arpon Basu 09/21/17, 8:33 am EST
The Canadiens have selected Noah Juulsen with the 26th overall pick.
Source: Stu Cowan 06/26/15, 6:19 pm EST