Seguin (knee) could return within the next week.
Seguin returned to the ice last Saturday and returned to practice this morning, which was a big step in his recovery from that knee injury. He won’t play tonight and likely won’t play on Saturday, but coach Lindy Ruff said he could be back within the week.
Source: Mike Heika 03/5/15, 8:34 am EST
Seguin (knee) took part in the Stars morning skate on Thursday; no timetable for his return.
Seguin has been out since February 13th, but today showed that he is progressing way ahead of scheduled and could be back much sooner than expected. The Stars should release an updated timetable soon.
Source: Mike Heika 03/5/15, 7:38 am EST
Seguin (knee) was on the ice on Saturday afternoon.
Seguin resumed skating on Saturday, which is quite a feat considering how serious his knee injury was believed to be. He is reportedly way ahead of schedule, which is excellent news for the Stars.
Seguin (knee) will miss 3-6 weeks.
The original timetable the Stars put on Seguin was 2-4, but now it sounds like he could be out until mid-to-late March. The Stars had just pulled within striking distance of the playoffs, but this one hurts.
Seguin (lower-body) is expected to miss 2-4 weeks.
Seguin will miss at least 14 days with a knee injury after last night's hit from Dmitry Kulikov. Kulikov will have a hearing and is likely to be suspended for at least five games, but that will be much less than Seguin misses. If he misses two weeks he will miss the Stars next seven games.
Source: Marc Moser 02/14/15, 9:09 am EST
The Stars have placed Tyler Seguin (lower-body) on IR.
Seguin suffered the lower-body injury on a questionable low hit from Dmitry Kulikov last night. His movement to IR means that Seguin will miss at least the next three games, but there is no word on how long he will be out past that.
Seguin is going to “miss some time” with a lower-body injury.
Seguin left Friday’s game with a lower-body injury with just seven minutes left in the game. He was hit around the knees by Panthers defenseman Dmitry Kulikov and had to be helped off of the ice. Seguin will be re-evaluated on Saturday and the Stars should release more information after that.
Seguin (flu) missed Thursday's practice, but will play Friday.
Seguin missed Tuesday’s morning skate, but played later that night and same will go with missing practice today and playing on Friday. Seguin has one goal and five assists in his last six games.
Seguin (flu) is on the ice for warmups; expected to play.
Seguin did not participate in the morning skate, but is on the ice for warmups and is expected to be play tonight vs. his former team. Seguin has five goals and 10 assists (15 points) in his last 11 games.
Source: Mike Heika 02/10/15, 1:32 pm EST
Seguin (flu) will be a game-time decision on Tuesday.
Seguin was sent back to the team hotel this morning and did not take part in the Stars morning skate. He is battling the flu and could miss tonight’s game. However, given it is in Boston against his former team, Seguin will likely do anything he can to be in the lineup tonight. Seguin has two assists in three career games vs. Boston.
Source: DJ Bean 02/10/15, 7:29 am EST
Seguin (illness) took part in the Stars morning skate; should play Tuesday.
Seguin was sent home from practice with an illness on Monday, but was on the ice this morning, which is a good sign that he will play tonight vs. the Senators. Seguin has one goal and four assists in his last six games.
Seguin (illness) is listed as questionable for Tuesday’s game.
Seguin was sent home from practice on Monday and is listed as questionable, despite coach Lindy Ruff saying he will most likely play. Monitor his status during the Stars’ game day skate.
Source: Mike Heika 01/12/15, 8:38 am EST
The Stars have sent Tyler Seguin home from practice with the flu.
Dallas doesn’t play until Tuesday vs. Ottawa, so Seguin was sent home this morning to rest up with the hope that he will be available for tomorrow’s game.
Seguin is on the ice for the Stars morning skate after missing Monday's practice.
Seguin missed yesterday's practice because he had his wisdom teeth removed on Sunday, but he is back on the ice today and will be in the lineup tonight vs. the Kings. He will centre the top line with Jamie Benn and Valeri Nichushkin on his wings.
Seguin had his wisdom teeth removed on Sunday, took Monday off, should play Tuesday.
The Stars are fully expecting to have their star winger in the lineup on Tuesday vs. the Kings. He is off to a stellar start to the season, recording seven goals (t-4th in NHL) and eight assists (t-15th) for 15 points (t-3rd) in 11 games this season. Monitor his status during Tuesday's morning skate.
Seguin (undisclosed) was not at Stars' practice this morning.
There is no word as to why Seguin was absent from the skate, but we should get an update from coach Lindy Ruff shortly. Valeri Nichushkin skated in his spot on the top-line.
Seguin is not feeling well, but should play on Saturday vs. Nashville.
Seguin missed practice on Friday because of an illness, but stated that he should be available for Saturday night. Seguin had no points with one shot in 18:34 in the Stars' 3-2 shootout loss to the Blackhawks on Friday. Expect an update on Saturday morning.
Seguin will be a game-time decision Saturday because of "soreness" according to head coach Lindy Ruff.
Monitor Seguin's status during pre-game warmups, but if he is unable to go expect Chris Mueller, who was recalled today, to slide into the lineup.
Seguin (flu) is on the ice for the Stars morning skate.
Seguin missed practice on Friday because of the flu, but his presence at the morning skate suggests that he is good-to-go and will be in the lineup tonight vs. the Red Wings. Seguin has two goals and two assists in his last two games and has totalled 41 points (21G / 20A) in 38 games.
Seguin (concussion) has officially been medically cleared and will be in the lineup tonight vs. Toronto.
You might remember the Maple Leafs trading the first round pick (that turned out to be Seguin) another first and a second to the Bruins for Phil Kessel. Since that trade there has been a lot of history between Seguin and the Maple Leafs. On top of that he was born 45 minutes away from Toronto in Brampton, Ontario. Since his four-goal game against Calgary on November 14, Seguin has just one assist in five games. He missed two games with the concussion, but will rejoin Rich Peverly and Jaime Benn on the Stars top line tonight.
Source: Mike Heika 12/5/13, 12:30 pm EST