The Blues have activated Tyler Bozak (concussion) from IR.
Bozak is set to return to the Blues lineup on Wednesday after missing the last nine games with a concussion. Bozak, who has 18 points (6G / 12A) in 39 games this season, will replace Jordan Kyrou in the lineup.
Source: Jim Thomas 01/23/19, 1:34 pm EST
Bozak (concussion) may return to the Blues lineup on Wednesday.
Bozak has missed the last nine games with a concussion but could be back in the Blues lineup on Wednesday according to head coach Craig Berube. Bozak has had a slow offensive season, scoring just six goals with 12 assists (18 points) in 39 games.
Source: @StLBlues 01/22/19, 4:23 pm EST
Bozak is day-to-day with an upper-body injury.
Bozak will come out of the lineup on Monday due to an upper-body injury so the Blues will go with 11 forwards and seven defensemen. Patrick Marron will draw back in for Bozak, who is questionable for Tuesday’s game vs. Dallas.
Source: Jim Thomas 01/7/19, 12:33 pm EST
The Blues have signed Tyler Bozak to a three-year, $15M ($5.0M AAV) deal.
Bozak is a No.2/No.3 line centre with some offensive ability. Bozak skates very well and is good on the face-off dot. The 32-year-old has scored 20-plus just once during his nine year career, but has registered 30-plus assists in three of the last five years. Bozak was likely going to be the Blues second-line centre, until they acquired Ryan O’Reilly from Buffalo—pushing him down the depth chart.
Source: Lou Korac 07/2/18, 7:01 pm EST
Bozak (illness) is expected to be back in the Maple Leafs lineup on Wednesday.
Bozak miss Saturday’s game in Vancouver with an illness, but is expected to be back between James van Riemsdyk and Mitch Marner tonight vs. the Flames. Bozak has had a slow year so far, collecting just four goals and seven assists (11 points) in 27 contests.
Bozak (illness) will not play Saturday in Vancouver.
Bozak (undisclosed) missed the morning skate; will be a game-time decision tonight.
Bozak did not hit the ice this morning, but head coach Mike Babcock said he expects his centre to be in the lineup tonight. If Bozak can’t play, Eric Fehr will make his Maple Leafs’ debut and Brian Boyle will move up the lineup.
Bozak (undisclosed) is not on the ice for warmups.
Bozak (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision on Saturday.
Bozak missed Friday’s practice and was not on the ice for Saturday’s morning skate, so Mike Babcock has listed him as a game-time decision for tonight’s contest with the Canadiens. With Bozak not available this morning, Ben Smith skated in his spot between James van Riemsdyk and Connor Brown.
Bozak (lower-body) has been activated from IR; will play on Wednesday.
Bozak has missed the last three games with a lower-body injury, but practiced on Tuesday and was activated from IR this afternoon and will be in the lineup in Florida. Bozak has had a solid year, registering six goals and 13 assists (19 points) in 30 games this season.
Bozak (upper-body) will not play Monday vs. Anaheim.
Bozak is dealing with an upper-body injury and will not play tonight vs. the Ducks. With Bozak out, Frederik Gauthier has been recalled from Toronto (AHL) and he will draw into the lineup. Bozak's injury will also force William Nylander to play centre.
Source: Ian Shantz 12/19/16, 6:28 am EST
Bozak (head) will not play Monday; expected to return Thursday vs. Anaheim.
Bozak has been sidelined since February 6th, but it looks like he will return Thursday vs. the Ducks. Monitor his status leading up to Thursday’s game—he has 31 points (10G / 21A) in 47 games this season.
The Maple Leafs have placed Tyler Bozak (head) on IR.
Bozak will not travel on the Maple Leafs road trip due to an undisclosed injury.
Bozak was one of three players who got injured in the Maple Leafs loss to the Senators on Saturday. Bozak will not travel on the Maple Leafs’ upcoming four-game road trip.
Bozak (lower-body) will return to the Maple Leafs lineup on Friday.
Bozak (lower-body) returned to practice on Tuesday.
Bozak has missed the last four games with a lower-body injury but he returned to practice on Tuesday and could be back in the lineup on Friday in New York. Continue to track Bozak’s progress as the week moves along.
Bozak (lower-body) will not play on Monday; expected to return on Friday vs. the Rangers.
Bozak will miss his fourth consecutive game on Monday, but he is expected to return to the lineup in the Maple Leafs’ next game; on Friday in New York.
The Maple Leafs have placed Tyler Bozak (lower-body) on injured reserve.
Bozak has missed the last two games and being placed on IR rules him out of Saturday’s game in Montreal. However, he is eligible to come off of IR next week, but moving him to IR allows the Maple Leafs to recall a forward without sending anyone down.
Bozak (lower-body) could return to the lineup on Saturday in Montreal.
Bozak has missed the last two games, but there is hope that he will play on Saturday in Montreal. If Bozak returns, expect Mark Arcobello to be scratched. Bozak has one goal and one assist in four games this season.
Bozak (lower-body) is not expected to play on Wednesday.
Bozak will miss his second straight game with a lower-body injury. He is listed as day-to-day but head coach Mike Babcock is not sure when they will get Bozak back.