Nemeth will be back in Colorado’s lineup on Friday.
Nemeth was a healthy scratch vs. the Bruins on Wednesday, but will replace Nikita Zadorov on Friday. Nemeth has just one assist in 13 games this season.
Nemeth will be a healthy scratch on Wednesday.
Nemeth has been in the lineup for the last four games, but will be replaced by Mark Barberio tonight vs the Bruins.
Source: @Avalanche 11/14/18, 2:00 pm EST
Nemeth (upper-body) will not play on Saturday.
The Avalanche have signed Patrik Nemeth to a one-year extension worth $2.5M.
Nemeth (undisclosed) will be back in the Avalanche lineup on Thursday.
Nemeth has been out of the lineup since November 5th, but will be back with Tyson Barrie as Colorado’s second pairing vs. the Lightning. Nemeth has six points (1G / 5A) in 12 games this season.
Nemeth (undisclosed) will miss the next two games.
Nemeth is dealing with an undisclosed injury and it will keep him out of both of Colorado’s games in Sweden. With Nemeth out, Samuel Girard will make his Avalanche debut vs. the Senators.
Nemeth (lower-body) will not play on Tuesday.
Nemeth suffered a lower-body injury in his return to the Colorado lineup on Thursday. The blueliner was not on the ice for Monday’s practice and will be held out of the lineup on Tuesday. Andrei Mironov was recalled from San Antonio this afternoon, so Nemeth could miss more than one game.
Nemeth (shoulder) will return to the Avalanche lineup on Thursday.
Nemeth missed Tuesday’s game in Nashville because of a shoulder injury that he suffered in a fight with his former teammate Tyler Seguin on Saturday. Nemeth has recorded three assists and a plus-7 rating in his first six games with Colorado. Nemeth is expected to replace Anton Lindholm in the lineup and skate with Tyson Barrie.
Nemeth (shoulder) will not play on Tuesday.
Nemeth has recorded three assists and a plus-seven rating in six games since joining the Avalanche. Nemeth, who left Saturday’s game, will be sidelined for at least one game and likely means that Anton Lindholm will get back into the lineup.
The Avalanche have claimed Patrik Nemeth off of waivers from the Stars.
Nemeth has appeared in 108 NHL games and 57 AHL games with the Stars organization since 2013-14. Last season he had just three assists in 40 games with Dallas. The 25-year-old will likely serve as a No.7 defenseman in Colorado.
The Stars have re-signed Patrik Nemeth to a one-year deal worth $945K.
Nemeth, 25, has split his first few professional seasons between the NHL and AHL. In 2016-17 he appeared in the most NHL games to this point, suiting up for 40 contests, but only managed to record three assists. Nemeth has not posed strong offensive numbers at any level, so don’t expect him to start now.
Nemeth will be a healthy scratch on Tuesday.
Nemeth was in the lineup for the Stars’ first two games of the year, but will be scratched on Tuesday to allowed Esa Lindell to make his season debut. Nemeth has no points, a plus-1 rating and two penalty minutes so far this season.
Source: Mike Heika 10/18/16, 9:37 am EST
The Stars have recalled Patrik Nemeth from his conditioning stint with Texas (AHL).
Nemeth had one assist in eight games with Texas during his conditioning stint. Nemeth failed to record a point in two games with Dallas earlier in the year and three assists in 32 career NHL games.
The Stars have sent Patrik Nemeth to Texas (AHL) for a conditioning stint.
Nemeth has been a healthy scratch in the last four games but heads to Texas for a two-week conditioning stint. Nemeth has no points and a minus-3 rating in two games with Dallas this season.
Source: Mike Heika 11/11/15, 8:32 am EST
The Stars re-signed Patrik Nemeth to a two-year deal worth $900,000.
Nemeth, 23, missed a significant amount of time in 2014-15 after suffering a gruesome laceration to his arm in October. He was expected to miss the remainder of the season, but returned to Dallas in early March and finished the season with three assists in 22 games. The 2010 second-round pick is expected to compete for a full-time spot on the Stars blue line in 2015-16.
The Stars recalled Patrik Nemeth from Texas (AHL) and he could play Tuesday.
Nemeth has been out with an arm injury since October 18th, but could be back in the lineup tonight vs. the Islanders. There is no word on who will come out of the lineup for Nemeth. The 23-year-old has one assist in five games with Texas, and no points in five games with Dallas.
Nemeth (arm) will return in 7-10 days; will go to Texas (AHL) when he is healthy.
Nemeth, who has been sidelined since October 18th with a deep arm laceration, is expected to be returned to Texas (AHL) in a week or so to return to action. Nemeth could have a difficult time returning to top-form and climbing his way back to the Stars roster in 2014-15.
Source: Mike Heika 02/13/15, 4:29 am EST
Nemeth (arm) could return in 3-6 weeks.
The Stars originally announced that Nemeth would miss the rest of the regular season with an arm laceration, but it sounds like they will get him back in early-to-mid March. The Stars have a ton of young depth on D though, so Nemeth would likely be heading back to the AHL.
Nemeth will miss the remainder of the regular season with an arm laceration.
Nemeth was cut near his wrist by RJ Umberger's skate on Saturday night. Announcing that he will miss the rest of the season likely means he suffered some ligament damage and will need surgery to repair the wrist.
Nemeth (arm laceration) will likely miss a significant length of time.
Nemeth was cut by a skate on Saturday night and is expected to miss a lot of time, but the Stars did not give a firm timeline for his return. The Stars recalled Jyrki Jokipakka to take his spot.
Source: Mike Heika 10/19/14, 1:46 pm EST