Riley Nash (ear laceration) will not play in Game 2 vs. the Maple Leafs.
Nash (ear) will be doubtful for Game 2 vs. Toronto.
Riley Nash (ear laceration) will not play in Game 1; remains a possibility for Game 2.
Nash (head) did not travel to Philadelphia for Sunday's game.
Nash left Saturday's win over the Panthers early with an apparent head injury and will not play against the Flyers on Sunday. Look for Brian Gionta to step back into the Bruins lineup to replace Nash on Sunday.
Nash (illness) will be back in the Bruins lineup on Saturday.
Nash (illness) will not be in the Bruins lineup on Thursday.
Nash is questionable for Thursday’s game with an illness.
The Bruins will host the Jets tonight but they could be without some key forwards including Nash, who is officially listed as questionable for tonight’s contest. Monitor his status when the Bruins hit the ice for pre-game warmups at 6:30 pm ET.
Nash (personal) will not play on Sunday.
Nash will be held out of Sunday’s game due to personal reasons, so look for Jimmy Hayes to get back into the lineup. Consider Nash as day-to-day.
Source: @NHLBruins 12/17/16, 7:17 am EST
The Bruins signed Riley Nash to a two-year deal worth $1.8 million ($900K).
Nash, 27, was a first round pick (21st overall) in 2007 but has yet to develop into a full-time top-6 forward. He had nine goals and 13 assists (22 points) in 64 games with the Hurricanes last season. He enters the 2016-17 season with the Bruins where he will likely serve as their third-line centre.
Nash (upper-body) is expected to return to the Hurricanes lineup on Tuesday.
Nash has missed the last four games with an upper-body injury, but it looks like he’ll be back in the Bruins on Tuesday. Nash has eight goals and 13 assists (21 points) in 61 games this season.
Nash (undisclosed) is not expected to play on Tuesday.
Nash missed Sunday’s game with an undisclosed injury that he suffered on Saturday. He missed the Hurricanes’ morning skate on Tuesday and is not expected to play. He is listed as day-to-day.
Nash (undisclosed) will not play on Sunday.
Nash crashed hard into his own goalpost while chasing down Brock Nelson in Saturday’s overtime loss. Nash got up gingerly from the collision and will be held out of the lineup tonight. With no healthy reserve forwards on the roster, Michal Jordan will dress as a seventh defenseman.
Nash (shoulder) could be back in the lineup on Saturday; consider him a game-time decision.
Nash has missed the last five games with a shoulder injury but Hurricanes head coach Bill Peters said that he thinks that Nash will return to the lineup tonight in San Jose.
Nash (upper-body) is expected to miss 10-14 days.
Nash will miss at least the next three games with an upper-body injury. There is a chance he could be ready for next Wednesday’s game in Colorado, but he could just as easily miss the entire West Coast trip and miss up to six games.
Nash (upper-body) did not practice on Monday.
Nash suffered an upper-body injury in the first period of Saturday’s loss to the Red Wings. Nash’s unavailability for this morning’s practice, puts his status for Tuesday’s game vs. the Panthers in jeopardy.
The Hurricanes have signed F Riley Nash to a one-year deal worth $1.15M.
Nash has been diagnosed with a concussion.
Nash missed Saturday’s game after being hit in the head with a puck in warmups. Ultimately the fluky incident caused a concussion and will keep Nash out of Tuesday’s game.
Source: @NHLCanes 03/31/15, 8:55 am EST
The Hurricanes have activated Riley Nash (lower-body) from injured reserve.
Nash has missed the last six games after suffering a lower-body injury on December 31. The 24-year-old bottom-6 forward has chipped in 10 points (4G /6A) in 36 games for the Hurricanes this season.
The Hurricanes have reassigned center Riley Nash and forward Tim Wallace to the Charlotte Checkers of the American Hockey League (AHL). Both players will rejoin the Checkers as they open their Western Conference Quarterfinals series on Friday at Oklahoma City.
Nash, 23, has posted NHL career highs this season with four goals, five assists (9 points) and 32 games played. With Charlotte he set AHL career highs in assists (24) and points (37), and ranked fourth in assists and fifth in scoring among team skaters.
Carolina has recalled forward Riley Nash from the Charlotte Checkers of the AHL.
Nash, 23, rejoins the Hurricanes after being reassigned to Charlotte on March 22, and scoring two goals in the Checkers’ 4-2 win at Texas on Saturday. Nash (6’1”, 191 lbs.) is in his third full professional season and has registered three goals, three assists (6 points) and a plus-2 rating in 16 games with the Hurricanes this season.