Maroon will be a healthy scratch on Saturday.
Maroon has just two goals and one assist in his last 16 games so he will take a seat with Vladimir Tarasenko returning to the lineup on Saturday.
Source: Lou Korac 01/5/19, 1:51 pm EST
The Blues have activated Patrick Maroon (upper-body) from IR.
Maroon has missed the last four games with an upper-body injury, but is expected to play tonight vs. the Predators. Maroon is skating with Tyler Bozak and David Perron this morning and is still searching for his first goal with the Blues.
Maroon (upper-body) won’t play Monday; could be back this weekend.
Maroon will miss his third straight game with an upper-body injury, but head coach Mike Yeo left the door open for him to return during the Blues’ back-to-back on Friday/Saturday.
Maroon will be back in the Blues lineup on Wednesday.
Maroon will be back in the Blues lineup on Wednesday. Maroon was a healthy scratch for the last two games, but will replace Nikita Soshnikov tonight. Maroon is still searching for his first goal of the season and will skate on the fourth line with Ivan Barbashev and Oskar Sundqvist.
Maroon will not be in the Blues lineup on Friday.
Maroon has not scored a goal in 13 games this season and has played under 10 minutes in two straight games. It is unclear whether or not Maroon is banged up or if he will be a healthy scratch on Friday.
The Blues have signed Patrick Maroon to a one-year deal worth $1.75M.
Source: Jim Thomas 07/10/18, 5:44 pm EST
Maroon (lower-body) will be back in the Devils lineup on Thursday.
Maroon is day-to-day with a lower-body injury and will not play on Tuesday.
Maroon (lower-body) will return to the Devils lineup on Sunday.
Maroon is day-to-day with a lower-body injury; will not play Saturday.
Source: Chris Ryan 03/17/18, 1:56 pm EST
Maroon will not dress for the Devils on Tuesday.
Maroon was acquired from the Oilers on Monday, but took the red eye from Edmonton so he won’t play on Tuesday. Look for Maroon to make his Devils debut in Florida on Thursday.
The Devils have acquired Patrick Maroon from the Oilers for J.D. Dudek and a third round draft pick.
Maroon had a career-year while playing with Connor McDavid in 2016-17, but couldn’t quite find the same success this year. With his contract expiring at the end of the season and the Oilers out of the playoff hunt they had to trade him. Maroon made it seem possible that he could return to the Oilers this summer, but for now he heads to the Devils where he could find himself in the top-6.
Maroon (lower-body) will draw back into the Oilers lineup on Sunday.
Maroon has missed the last two games with a lower-body injury and despite trade rumours swirling around, the Oilers won’t preserve the health of their winger as he suits up tonight in Anaheim. Maroon re-enters the lineup with 30 points (14G / 16A) in 57 games this season—he will replace Mark Letestu, who was traded to the Blue Jackets this afternoon.
Maroon (undisclosed) will not play against the Avalanche on Thursday.
Maroon draws back into the Oilers lineup after a two-game suspension.
The NHL has suspended Patrick Maroon for two games for interference on Drew Doughty.
Maroon (illness) missed Monday’s practice; doubtful for Tuesday’s game vs. Arizona.
Maroon has picked up six points (2G / 4A) in 10 games since being acquired from the Ducks at the trade deadline. He had been skating with Connor McDavid and Jordan Eberle, so his absence will open a nice spot in the lineup. Monitor his status during Tuesday’s morning skate.
The Oilers have acquired Patrick Maroon from the Ducks for Martin Gernat and a 2016 fourth round pick.
Maroon, 27, has picked up just 13 points (4G / 9A) in 56 games this season after posting 34 (9G / 25A) in 71 last season. With the acquisition of Jamie McGinn, Maroon became expendable. He should get a bigger opportunity in Edmonton.
Maroon is expected to be a healthy scratch on Wednesday.
Maroon has just one goal and three assists in 24 games this season and will likely be a healthy scratch tonight with Nate Thompson expected to make his season debut vs. the Lightning.
Maroon (illness) will play on Wednesday.
Maroon missed last Friday’s game with an illness, but he will play on Wednesday vs. the Stars. He will skate on a line with Chris Wagner/Nate Thompson and Tim Jackman.