Wilson (concussion) is expected to miss his second straight game.
Wilson missed the Capitals morning skate and is expected to miss Saturday’s game in Columbus. Wilson remains day-to-day, so monitor his status heading into next week.
Wilson will miss Thursday's game in Arizona due to a concussion.
Wilson was hurt on a hit from Vegas forward Ryan Reaves on Tuesday and will come out of the lineup with a concussion on Thursday. Andre Burakovsky will move up to the top-line with Wilson out.
Wilson is expected to make his season debut on Tuesday.
Wilson had his suspension reduced to 14 games this morning, so he’ll make his season debut in Minnesota. Wilson, who is coming off of a career-year, skated with Evgeny Kuznetsov and Alex Ovechkin in the morning skate.
Wilson has had his suspension reduced to 14 games by arbitrator.
Wilson has already missed the first 16 games of the season, so he is eligible to return tonight in Minnesota. Wilson had a career-high 14 goals, 21 assists and 35 points in 78 games last season.
The NHL has upheld Tom Wilson’s 20-game suspension.
NHL commissioner Gary Bettman upheld the 20-game suspension was assessed to Tom Wilson by the Department of Player Safety for an illegal check to the head of St. Louis Blues forward Oskar Sundqvist during the NHL preseason. Wilson is not eligible to play until November 21st.
The NHL has suspended Tom Wilson for 20 games.
Wilson has been suspended for 20 games for an illegal check to the head on Blues’ forward Oskar Sundqvist. The league appears to have had enough of Wilson’s antics, suspending him for just under a quarter of the season. With Wilson out, Brett Connolly is going to start on the Capitals first line. Wilson is not eligible to play until November 21st against the Blackhawks.
The Capitals re-signed Tom Wilson to a six-year extension worth $31.02M ($5.17M AAV).
The NHL suspended Tom Wilson for three games for his illegal check to the head on Zach Aston-Reese.
Wilson will move into the Capitals' top-6 on Friday.
Andre Burakovsky has had a slow start to the season, so Wilson will move up to a line with Nicklas Backstrom and T.J. Oshie for tonight’s game in Detroit. This obviously helps Wilson’s fantasy status, but he has yet to record a point one four shots in three games this season. The 23-year-old has a career-high of just seven goals and 23 points.
Wilson has served his suspension and will make his season debut on Friday.
Wilson missed the first four games of the season because of a suspension he earned in the preseason. He will draw into the lineup on the third line with Lars Eller and Brett Conolly and comes into this season after posting 19 points (7G / 12A), 95 shots and 239 hits last year.
The NHL suspended Tom Wilson for four games for boarding.
Wilson will miss the first four games of the regular season for boarding the Blues’ Sam Blais. This is not the ideal start to the season for the bruising winger, but it will likely give the Capitals a chance to take an extended look at Alex Chiasson.
Wilson (head) has been medically cleared to play in Game 2.
Wilson missed the final two games of the regular season and game 1 of the postseason, but he will replace Michael Latta in the lineup tonight for Game 2. He had four goals and 13 assists (17 points) in 67 games.
Wilson (head) will not play in Game 1.
Wilson will miss his third straight game with a head injury despite skating in every session since Monday. He could get back in for game 2.
Source: Zac Boyer 04/15/15, 9:10 am EST
Wilson (head) returned to practice on Monday.
Wilson missed the final two games of the regular season after being hit in the head by a shot on April 5th vs. the Red Wings. Wilson was reportedly not dealing with concussion-like symptoms and he is skating in a regular jersey this morning, so he could be good-to-go for Game 1 on Wednesday.
Wilson (upper-body) will not play on Wednesday.
Wilson did not skate this morning after taking a shot to the head on Sunday. He has reportedly not suffered from any concussion-like symptoms, so he remains day-to-day with an upper-body injury.
Source: Mike Vogel 04/8/15, 2:08 pm EST
Tom Wilson on the ice for the Capitals morning skate. A sign he is close to a return but will not play in tonight's contest.
Before his injury the big young prospect was playing on the top line with Ovechkin and Backstrom. He has 3 points in 6 games and could be someone to keep an eye on in keeper leagues
Wilson (lower-body) will not play on Tuesday.
Wilson had been skating on the top-line recently, but with him out the Capitals will turn to Jay Beagle to skate alongside Alex Ovechkin and Nicklas Backstrom. Wilson is day-to-day and hopes to be back in the lineup for either Friday or Saturday.
Wilson (lower-body) is not on the ice for Capitals practice on Monday.
Wilson suffered a lower-body injury in the Capitals win over the Hurricanes on Saturday. He was skating on the Capitals’ top-line, a spot that is now being occupied by Jay Beagle with Wilson not skating. Consider him day-to-day.
Wilson is skating on the Capitals top line this morning.
The second year forward played a season-high 15:04 and scored one goal with one assist against Arizona on Sunday. This morning he is skating with Alex Ovehckin and Nicklas Backstrom, so it looks like he will be taking on a larger offensive role. Head coach Barry Trotz expressed his interest in having this trio together in the preseason and it has materialized.
Wilson will make his season debut tonight.
Wilson was originally listed as a game-time decision, but he will be in the lineup with Eric Fehr coming out of the lineup. He will start on the fourth line, but there was some chatter in the preseason that the Capitals were thinking about having him playing on the top line with Nicklas Backstrom and Alexander Ovechkin, so he might be someone to keep an eye on.
Source: @washcaps 10/29/14, 3:15 pm EST