Bennett (mid-body) will not play on Friday; listed as day-to-day.
Bennett played just 3:49 TOI before departing Wednesday’s game with an upper-body injury, that will keep him out of tonight’s game vs. the Coyotes. With Bennett sidelined, the Flames have recalled Ken Agostino from Stockton (AHL), who will make his season debut and Michael Frolik move onto the second power-play unit.
Bennett is questionable for Friday’s game with “mid-body” injury.
Bennett left Wednesday’s game with what is being classified as a mid-body injury and is in danger of missing Friday’s game vs. the Coyotes, Monitor Bennett’s status during the Flames morning skate.
Bennett (upper-body) is expected to play on Tuesday.
Bennett was listed as a game-time decision for Tuesday’s game but after participating in the morning skate, Bennett was announced good-to-go for Tuesday’s meeting with the Capitals.
Bennett (upper-body) will be a game-time decision on Tuesday.
Bennett missed Saturday’s game with an upper-body injury but returned to practice on Monday. Signs are pointing towards Bennett playing tomorrow but he is listed as a game-time decision.
Bennett (upper-body) returned to practice on Monday.
Bennett missed Saturday’s game vs. the Oilers, but was back at practice on Monday, which suggests that he will be back in the lineup on Tuesday vs. the Capitals. Bennett skated on the second line with Mikael Backlund and Jiri Hudler. The 19-year-old has one assist in four games this season.
The Flames will burn the first year of Bennett’s contract when he plays in Game 3 on Tuesday.
Bennett will suit up in his 10th game of the season, which will burn the first year of his entry level contract. The Flames will not hesitate to burn that year, because Bennett gives them a chance to win. The 18-year-old has three goals and one assist in eight playoff games.
Bennett will make his NHL debut on SAturday.
After missing the start of the season because of shoulder surgery, Bennett, 18, went back to the OHL where he tallied 11 goals and 13 assists (24 points) in 11 games with Kingston. He is expected to make his debut on a line with David Wolf and Drew Shore.
The Flames have recalled Sam Bennett from Kingston (OHL).
Bennett, 18, had 11 goals and 13 assists (24 points) in 11 games with Kingston this season. He also had three assists in four games during the OHL postseason. Bennett missed the majority of the year with a shoulder injury.
The Flames have sent Sam Bennett to Kingston (OHL).
Bennett, 18, has not played all season because of a shoulder injury. He has been skating with the Flames recently and is set to return to action, but that will happen in the OHL. Bennett had 91 points (36G / 51A) and 118 PIMS in 57 games with Kingston last season.
Bennett (shoulder) skated with a no-contact jersey on Monday.
Bennett has missed the entire season after having shoulder surgery in the preseason. Bennett was expected to miss 4-6 months, and the middle of February would mark the four month mark. Returning to the ice is a positive step in his recovery.
Bennett had successful surgery on his shoulder Tuesday morning.
Bennett will likely miss 4-6 months and be returned to juniors and be back in Calgary for training camp next season.
Sam Bennett will undergo surgery on his shoulder next week and is expected to miss 4-6 months.
This summer's fourth overall pick is expected to make a full recovery, but will have to wait until next season to crack the Flames roster. This injury also means that Bennett will not be able to participate in the IIHF World Junior Championships starting on Boxing Day. Bennett has a bright NHL future ahead of him and he will be back in Flames camp next fall.
Source: @NHLFlames 10/9/14, 1:26 pm EST
Bennett will find out if he needs shoulder surgery on Wednesday.
Bennett, 18, who was the Flames first round pick (4th overall) this summer is still with the Flames, but as a non-roster injured player with shoulder surgery looming. It is believed that surgery is a strong possibility, but we won't know until Wednesday. He was limited to three pre-season games and missed parts of main camp because of a groin injury coming out of rookie camp, which was followed by his shoulder troubles.