Hertl (hand) will play in Game 1 vs. the Golden Knights.
Hertl suffered a hand injury in Tuesday’s practice and today’s morning skate but head coach Pete DeBoer said that Hertl will be in the lineup for Game 1. Hertl has enjoyed a career year, setting career-highs in goals (35), assists (39) and points (74) in 77 games. The 25-year-old has six goals and three assists in 10 playoff games a year ago.
Hertl (lower-body) is expected to return to the Sharks lineup on Tuesday.
Hertl has missed the last two games and five of the last seven, but is expected to play Tuesday vs. the Oilers. Hertl is expected to be back on a line with Logan Couture and Timo Meier, where he has spent the majority of the season. Hertl has 16 points (5G / 11A) in 16 games.
Hertl (lower-body) is doubtful to play on Saturday.
Hertl missed Thursday’s game vs. the Maple Leafs and is not expected to play on Saturday. When head coach Pete DeBoer was asked about Hertl’s status for Saturday’s game, he said “probably not.”
Source: Kevin Kurz 11/16/18, 3:28 pm EST
Hertl (lower-body) will not play on Thursday.
Hertl did not practice on Wednesday and missed Thursday’s morning skate. Head coach Pete DeBoer said that Hertl is day-to-day and will be re-evaluated on Friday. Antti Suomela will move up the lineup with Hertl out.
Source: Kevin Kurz 11/15/18, 2:19 pm EST
Hertl is day-to-day with a lower-body injury.
Hertl left Tuesday’s game vs. the Predators with a lower-body injury and is listed as day-to-day. Hertl’s status means that he is questionable to play Thursday vs. the Maple Leafs. The Sharks said they will know more tomorrow.
Hertl (head) will draw back into the Sharks lineup on Sunday.
Hertl (head) will miss his third straight game on Friday.
Source: Paul Gackle 11/9/18, 7:11 pm EST
Hertl (head) will not play on Thursday.
Hertl will miss his second straight game with a head injury, which means that Antti Suomela will remain in the Sharks lineup. Missing tonight’s game also leaves Hertl questionable for Friday’s matchup in St. Louis.
Hertl (head) is not on the ice for warmups.
Source: Kevin Kurz 11/6/18, 10:03 pm EST
Hertl (head) will be a game-time decision on Tuesday.
Hertl was forced to leave Saturday’s game vs. the Flyers with an injury, but could play Tuesday. Hertl will likely be back on a line with Logan Couture and Timo Meier and enters Tuesday with 14 points (5G / 9A) in 14 games.
Source: Kevin Kurz 11/6/18, 1:57 pm EST
Hertl (undisclosed) will be in the Sharks lineup on Sunday.
Source: Kevin Kurz 10/28/18, 6:42 pm EST
Hertl missed the Sharks morning skate but will play on Thursday.
Dylan Gambrell skated in Hertl’s spot on the second line during the morning skate, but Hertl will play vs. the Sabres. Hertl has two goals and one assist (three points) in six games this season.
Source: Kevin Kurz 10/18/18, 2:12 pm EST
The Sharks have signed Tomas Hertl to a four-year contract extension.
Hertl (hand) is expected to return to the lineup Thursday against the Predators.
Source: Kevin Kurz 02/22/18, 1:10 pm EST
Hertl (hand) will not play against the Stars on Sunday.
Source: Kevin Kurz 02/18/18, 6:14 pm EST
Hertl (hand) will not play Thursday vs. the Canucks.
Brent Burns is expected to move up to forward tonight and play on the top line alongside Pavelski and Meier. Meier is expected to take Hertl's spot on the top powerplay unit. Hertl should be considered day-to-day at this time
The Sharks have activated Tomas Hertl (knee) from IR; expected to play Thursday.
Source: Kevin Kurz 01/26/17, 7:25 am EST
The Sharks have placed Tomas Hertl (knee) on injured reserve.
Hertl is expected to miss a few weeks with a knee injury, so moving him to IR was simply a formality to create a roster spot to recall Daniel O’Regan from San Jose (AHL).
Hertl (undisclosed) will not play on Saturday.
Hertl has returned to San Jose and will miss Saturday’s game and possibly more depending on the result of his MRI. With Hertl out, Michael Haley will draw into the lineup and rookie Kevin LaBanc will skate on the top-line with Joe Thornton and Joe Pavelski.
Source: Kevin Kurz 11/19/16, 7:22 am EST
The Sharks signed Tomas Hertl to a two-year extension worth $6 million ($3.0M AAV).
Hertl, 22, is coming off of his best year as a pro, having racked up 21 goals and 25 assists (46 points) in 81 games with the Sharks. The former 17th overall pick found a nice spot on the left wing with Joe Thornton and Joe Pavelski and if he plays there for most of 2016-17, we could see Hertl’s first 25-goal and 50-point season.