Kase (illness) will make his Bruins debut on Thursday.
Kase will play for the first time since February 7th and the first time in a Bruins uniform. Kase, who has just seven goals in 49 games, had impressive shot volume (2.8 SOG/gm) while playing under 17 minutes per game in Anaheim. Skating on the second line with David Krejci should help Kase maintain that shot volume and maybe improve on it, making him a strong waiver wire pickup.
Source: @NHLBruins 02/27/20, 1:35 pm EST
Kase (illness) still not ready to play Tuesday.
Kase skated on the second line in Monday's practice but is not quite ready to make his Bruins debut. Look for Kase to play Thursday vs. the Stars.
The Bruins have reportedly acquired Kase from the Ducks in exchange for David Backes, Axel Andersson, and a first-round draft pick.
Kase (bone bruise) is on the ice for warmups; expected to play vs. Nashville.
Kase is expected to be back in the Ducks lineup on Monday.
Kase was a healthy scratch in St. Louis on Saturday but is expected to replace Troy Terry in the lineup on Monday. Kase's offensive output has been disappointing (1G / 6A in 15 games) but his goal production has been limited by a 2.8 SH%.
Kase will be a healthy scratch on Saturday.
Kase (jaw) will return to the Ducks lineup on Tuesday.
Kase missed the last five games with a jaw issue but will play Tuesday vs. the Wild. There's no word on who Kase will replace in the lineup or who he will play with, but he returns with one goal on 26 shots (3.9 SH%) and four assists in 11 games.
Kase (upper-body) will miss at least two games.
Kase left Thursday’s game after colliding with Rope Hintz in Thursday’s game in Dallas. Kase has had a slow start to the season but it will be tough to replace him in the top-6. Troy Terry is expected to move up the lineup with Kase missing at least their two-game weekend road-trip.
Kase (undisclosed) will play Thursday against Arizona.
Kase (undisclosed) is questionable for the Ducks season opener.
Kase is on the non-roster injured list but could be activated ahead of Thursday’s season opener, with a corresponding move. The Ducks did not hold a morning skate so there is no indication on who will be in the lineup vs. Arizona.
Kase “is close” but questionable for the Ducks season opener.
Kase has not been on the ice since last Monday when he took an elbow to the head from Kings forward Jeff Carter. Kase finished the game and the Ducks haven’t pinpointed what is ailing the oft-injured winger, but he is “close” according to head coach Dallas Eakins. The only way Kase plays in the season opener is if he gets onto the ice over the next few days, so monitor his status leading up to Thursday’s opener.
The Ducks have placed Ondrej Kase (shoulder) on long-term IR.
Kase is expected to miss five-to-six months due to shoulder surgery to repair a torn labrum, so his movement to LTIR is simply a formality to clear a roster spot for Corey Perry to be activated ahead of Saturday’s game.
The Ducks have placed Ondrej Kase (upper-body) on IR.
Kase will not be in the lineup on Saturday and will be out into the All-Star break due to an upper-body injury. Sam Carrick was recalled rom San Diego (AHL) to take Kase’s spot on the roster.
Kase is day-to-day with an upper-body injury.
Kase was forced to leave Thursday’s game in Minnesota and is not expected to play on Saturday afternoon due to an upper-body injury. Kase has cooled off as of late, picking up just one assist in his last seven games but this would be a huge loss for a Ducks team trying to fight back into the playoff picture in the Western Conference.
Kase (concussion) is expected to make his season debut on Monday.
Kase missed the first 18 games of the season but is expected to play Monday vs. the Predators. Kase skated on the Ducks second line with Ryan Kesler and Nick Ritchie on Sunday and should make his debut there. The 23-year-old had 20 goals and 18 assists (38 points) in 66 games with the Ducks last season.
Kase is out indefinitely with a concussion.
The Ducks have recalled Ondrej Kase from San Diego (AHL)
Kase (illness) is not on the ice for warmups; expected to miss his second straight game.
Kase (upper-body) will be a game-time decision on Friday.
Kase was back at practice on Thursday and it looks like he may play in his first game since November 7th. Kase is projected to return on the Ducks third line and comes in with five goals and three assists (eight points) in 12 games this season.