The Oilers have signed Tyler Ennis to a one-year, $1.0M contract.
Ennis returns to the Oilers on a one-year deal after posting four points (2G / 2A) in nine games as a trade deadline acquisition. Ennis is a candidate to play with Connor McDavid or Leon Draisaitl, making him someone worth keep an eye on on the waiver wire.
Oilers announce that Ennis is out indefinitely.
Ennis was hurt in the second period of Game 2 after being hit into the end boards by Kirby Dach. Ennis was in visible pain and had to be aided off of the ice. With Ennis out, Andreas Athanasiou stepped into a larger role. It remains to be seen if that will be the case again in Game 4.
The Oilers have acquired Tyler Ennis from the Senators for a 2021 fifth-round pick.
Ennis is set to become an unrestricted free-agent on July 1st after signing a one-year deal with the Senators in the off-season. He’s managed to rack up 14 goals and 19 assists in 61 games this year despite playing just 14:42 a game. Ennis is another productive addition to Edmonton’s top-nine as they continue to strengthen their depth up front.
Ennis will sit out Saturday's game against the Canadiens for precautionary reasons.
Ennis is expected to be a healthy scratch on Saturday.
Ennis will draw into the Maple Leafs lineup on Saturday.
Ennis has been sidelined since breaking his ankle on December 22nd but was activated from IR on February 10th and has sat as a healthy scratch for the last three games. Ennis will replace Andreas Johnsson, who is out with a leg injury, and comes into play with seven goals and four assists (11 points) in 33 games this season.
The Maple Leafs have activated Tyler Ennis from IR.
Source: @LeafsPR 02/10/19, 5:23 pm EST
Ennis willl be out “a while” with a broken ankle.
Ennis will be a healthy scratch on Saturday.
The Maple Leafs signed Tyler Ennis to a one-year contract worth $650K.
Ennis will draw in for Zach Parise in Game 4.
Ennis is a healthy scratch Saturday against the Ducks.
Ennis was scratched in favour of Chris Stewart. Ennis has 13 points (5G/8A) in 51 games for the Wild this season.
Ennis will be a healthy scratch on Tuesday.
The Wild acquired Tyler Ennis, Marcus Foligno and a 2018 3rd round pick from the Sabres for Marco Scandella, Jason Pominville and a 2018 4th round pick.
Ennis scored 20-plus goals and 40-plus points in back-to-back seasons, but registered just eight goals and 16 assists (24 points) in 74 games in two injury plagued seasons over the last couple of years. The diminutive winger has the talent to be a point producer, but needs to find a way to stay on the ice.
Source: John Vogl 06/30/17, 5:57 pm EST
Ennis (undisclosed) is expected to play on Friday.
Ennis returned to the lineup on Monday, but was scratched in the second half of the back-to-back to ease him back into action. He was back on the first line this morning and heads into Friday with two goals and one assist in 13 games.
Ennis (groin) could return to the Sabres’ lineup on Monday.
Ennis has missed the last 30 games after undergoing groin surgery on November 10th. Ennis skated on the Sabres’ top line with Ryan O’Reilly and Kyle Okposo in Sunday’s practice and also played on the second power play unit as well. Ennis has one goal and one assist in 12 games earlier this season.
Source: Joe Yerdon 01/16/17, 5:10 am EST
Ennis (sports hernia) resumed skating this week.
Ennis underwent surgery for a double sports hernia in mid-November and was given a two-to-three month timetable. He is exactly one month in and has resumed skating, which is a good sign that he could return at the front-end of that timetable.
Ennis underwent surgery for a double sports hernia and could miss up to two months.
Ennis has missed the last four games and could be out until mid-January after undergoing surgery on a double sports hernia. The injuries keep mounting for the Sabres and this is now the second straight season that Ennis has missed a lengthy period of time.
Source: John Vogl 11/16/16, 8:49 am EST
Ennis (mid-body) will not play on Wednesday.
Ennis was hurt in Monday’s game in Boston and it will keep him out of tonight’s game vs. the Senators. Ennis is listed as day-to-day and will be replaced by Evander Kane, who will return from broken ribs.
Source: Joe Yerdon 11/9/16, 6:09 am EST