Stastny (lower-body) will return to the Golden Knights lineup on Friday.
Stastny will be back in the Golden Knights lineup for the first time since October 8th. Stastny will centre Alex Tuch and Oscar Lindberg in his return. Stastny had no points in his first three games with Vegas but had 16 goals and 37 assists (53 points) in 82 games last season.
Stastny (lower-body) is not on the ice for warmups; will not return to the Golden Knights lineup on Wednesday.
Stastny (lower-body) will be a game-time decision on Wednesday.
Stastny has been out since October 8th, missing the last 29 games with a lower-body injury. Stastny stayed on with the extras, which suggests that he won’t play tonight but Gerard Gallant will check with trainers and listed him as a game-time decision. Stastny is expected to skate with Max Pacioretty and Alex Tuch when he returns to the Vegas lineup but that might not happen until the weekend.
Stastny (lower-body) could return to the Golden Knights lineup on Wednesday.
Stastny has been out since the third game of the season but was back at practice on Tuesday and has a chance to play on Wednesday. Expect an update following today’s morning skate in Brooklyn.
Source: Dan Rosen 12/12/18, 10:03 am EST
Stastny will travel to New York with the team; could return next week.
Stastny (lower-body) is still “a couple weeks away.”
Stastny was back on the ice on Monday but head coach Gerard Gallant said he’s still a few weeks away. Stastny is 6.5 weeks removed from suffering a lower-body injury that was originally expected to cost him at least two months.
Stastny could miss up to two months with a lower-body injury.
Stastny was picked up this offseason to stabilize the Golden Knights’ second line, but it looks like that duty will fall on Erik Haula until mid-December. Stastny “will be out for a bit, potentially up to two months” according to head coach Gerard Gallant. This will allow someone like Alex Tuch to move back into the top-6 right away as soon as he is healthy.
Stastny (lower-body) will miss at least the next three games.
Stastny suffered a lower-body injury during the third period of the Golden Knights’ loss to the Sabres on Monday. The veteran centre will miss the rest of the road-trip and be re-evaluated when Vegas returns home. Cody Eakin will return to the lineup and make his season debut with Stastny out.
Stastny is questionable for Wednesday’s game with a lower-body injury.
Stastny got dumped late in the third period of Monday’s loss to the Sabres and appeared to come up lame. Stastny was cut-down low and didn’t practice on Tuesday, so his status for Wednesday’s game is up in the air. If Stastny is out, Erik Haula is expected to move to centre and Tomas Nosek will play on the second line.
The Golden Knights have signed Paul Stastny to a three-year deal worth $19.5M ($6.5M AAV).
Stastny elected not to re-sign with the Jets, who acquired him from St. Louis at last year’s deadline. Stastny finished the 2018 season with 16 goals and 37 assists (53 points) in 82 games. Stastny will line up as the Golden Knights’ second-line centre behind 2018 breakout star William Karlsson.
Stastny (lower-body) will be back in the Jets lineup on Thursday.
Source: Ted Wyman 03/15/18, 12:29 pm EST
Stastny (undisclosed) a late scratch from the Jets lineup on Tuesday.
Source: Brian Munz 03/13/18, 8:06 pm EST
Stastny will make his Jets debut on Tuesday.
Stastny, who was acquired from the Blues on Monday, will centre what might be the most lethal third line in hockey—he will have Nikolaj Ehlers and Patrik Laine on his flanks. Stastny has picked up 40 points (12G / 28A) in 63 games this season and should see an uptick in production on an extremely dangerous Jets squad.
The Jets have acquired Paul Stastny from the Blues for a Erik Foley, a 2018 1st round pick and a conditional 2020 4th round pick.
The Blues have surprisingly started to drop out of the playoff race in the Western Conference so they decided to trade one of their pending free agents. Stastny was a player the Jets had their eye on before he signed with St. Louis prior to the 2014-15 season and now they’ve got him for the stretch run. He has 40 points (12G / 28A) in 63 games this season and will likely skate as the Jets’ third line centre—giving them one of the deepest lineups in the NHL.
Stastny is week-to-week with a lower-body injury.
Source: Lou Korac 03/23/17, 8:41 am EST
Stastny (lower-body) will return to the Blues lineup on Monday.
Stastny has missed the last four games with a lower-body injury, but will return to the lineup vs. the Panthers. Stastny will skate with Alex Steen and Vladimir Tarasenko tonight and comes into play with 15 goals and 20 assists (35 points) in 54 games this season.
Source: Lou Korac 02/20/17, 7:28 am EST
The Blues have placed Paul Stastny (lower-body) on IR.
Stastny (lower-body) will not play on Saturday.
Stastny (undisclosed) is day-to-day; doubtful to play on Saturday.
Stastny suffered a lower-body injury in Toronto last night and likely won’t play on Saturday. However, the Blues said he shouldn’t be out long-term so monitor the centre’s status heading into next week.
Stastny (undisclosed) left Thursday's game and is listed as day-to-day.
Stastny played just 7:57 TOI before leaving last night’s game with a lower-body injury. His injury clouds his status for Saturday’s game, which would be a huge loss for the Blues. Stastny has been great of the last month, collecting eight goals and nine assists (17 points) in his last 17 games.