Palat (lower-body) will be back in the Lightning lineup on Thursday.
Palat has been out since October 26th but will draw back into the lineup vs. the Sabres. Palat is expected to be back on the fourth line and on the second power-play unit in his return. He has five assists in nine games this season.
Palat (lower-body) will not play on Wednesday.
Palat was on the ice for the Lightning’s morning skate, but will miss his 14th consecutive game. Palat is nearing a return, so monitor his status heading into Friday’s game vs. the Blackhawks.
Palat (lower-body) will miss at least four weeks.
The Lightning announced on Wednesday that Palat is not progressing like they hoped and announced this morning that he will be shutdown for four weeks. With Palat out, J.T. Miller is expected to remain in the Lightning’s top-6 through November and into December.
Palat (lower-body) is probably a “few weeks away.”
Lightning’s head coach said that Palat is not “progressing the way wen liked so we shut him down here for a little bit.” Palat was originally expected to be back before Victor Hedman, but it sounds like the opposite will end up coming true.
Source: Bryan Burns 11/7/18, 1:36 pm EST
Palat (lower-body) did not travel on the Lightning’s two-game road-trip.
Palat has missed the last three games and will miss at least the next two. Palat did not travel for the Lightning’s back-to-back which starts in Montreal on Saturday and finishes in Ottawa on Sunday.
Source: Joe Smith 11/3/18, 10:07 am EST
Palat (lower-body) will miss at least the next two games.
Palat will not play Tuesday vs. the Devils or Thursday vs. the Predators, but could be back Saturday in Montreal. With Palat out, the Lightning shuffled their lines at Monday’s practice, reuniting J.T. Miller-Steven Stamkos-Nikita Kucherov.
Palat is day-to-day with a lower-body injury.
Palat (maintenance) will be in the Lightning lineup for Game 2.
Palat (lower-body) will return to the Lightning lineup on Tuesday.
Palat, who has been out since January 20th, skated on the second line and second power-play unit at the Lightning’s morning skate and will play tonight vs. the Maple Leafs. Palat is a huge addition to the Lightning lineup as he picked up eight goals and 22 assists (30 points) in 46 games before getting injured.
Palat (ankle) will miss 6-8 weeks.
Source: Joe Smith 01/22/18, 5:18 pm EST
Palat (undisclosed) will be out until after the All-Star break.
Palat will miss at least three games with an undisclosed injury and may not be ready to return after the All-Star break. The Lightning don’t have a timetable for Palat’s return but don’t expect another update until early next week.
Source: Joe Smith 01/22/18, 1:46 pm EST
Palat (undisclosed) returned to Tampa Bay to undergo further evaluation; out indefinitely.
Source: Joe Smith 01/21/18, 5:08 pm EST
The Lightning signed Ondrej Palat to a five-year extension worth $26.5M ($5.3M AAV).
Palat (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision on Saturday.
Palat (lower-body) is expected to play Friday in Minnesota.
Palat missed the last two games with a lower-body injury, but he is expected to play tonight in Minnesota. Palat will skate on a line with Vladislav Namestnikov and Nikita Kucherov and comes into play with 25 points (10G / 15A) in 47 games this season.
Source: Joe Smith 02/10/17, 9:08 am EST
Palat (undisclosed) is listed as day-to-day and not expected to play on Saturday.
Palat was hurt Thursday vs. the Senators and is not expected to be in the lineup tonight vs. the Ducks. Palat is listed as day-to-day and is expected to be replaced by Joel Vermin.
Source: Bryan Burns 02/4/17, 1:03 pm EST
Palat (undisclosed) is expected to play on Wednesday.
Palat has missed the last five games with an undisclosed injury, but is expected to face the Canadiens tonight. Palat has had a tough season, posting just 13 points (4G / 9A) in 30 games. He will skate with some familiar linemates—Tyler Johnson and Nikita Kucherov, who will also return to the lineup tonight.
Source: Joe Smith 12/28/16, 6:32 am EST
Palat (undisclosed) will not play on Thursday.
Palat was on the ice for the Lightning's morning skate, but will miss his fourth consecutive game with an undisclosed. His availability for the morning skate is a good sign that he should be available after the Christmas break.
Palat (undisclosed) will not play on Tuesday.
Palat was on the ice for the morning skate in a no-contact sweater and will miss his third straight game with an undisclosed injury. With Palat sidelined, Brian Boyle will skate on the left side of the first line.
Source: Joe Smith 12/20/16, 7:03 am EST
Palat (undisclosed) will not play on Friday; doubtful for Saturday.
Source: Joe Smith 12/16/16, 11:39 am EST