Tyson Jost has signed his qualifying offer or one-year, $894K AAV.
Jost will draw into the Avalanche lineup for Game 2 vs. Arizona.
Jost will not play Saturday due to an upper-body injury.
Jost is day-to-day with an upper-body injury so Jayson Megna will replace him in the lineup in Vancouver. After tonight, the Avalanche are off until Tuesday, so monitor Jost's status heading into that contest in Calgary.
Source: Marc Moser 11/16/19, 3:55 pm EST
Jost (undisclosed) will be back in the Avalanche lineup on Tuesday.
Source: Ryan Clark 02/12/19, 2:57 pm EST
The Avalanche have reassigned Tyson Jost to Colorado (AHL).
Source: @Avalanche 01/17/19, 4:05 pm EST
Jost (head) expects to return to the lineup on Friday.
Jost has missed the last four games with a head injury, but is expected to play Friday vs. the Jets. Jost will re-enter the lineup with just two points (1G / 1A) and nine shots on goal in 11 games.
Jost (head) is “getting close” but will not play on Wednesday.
It seemed likely that Jost would return to the Avalanche lineup, but he will not play tonight vs. the Predators. With Jost still out, Vladislav Kamenev is expected to remain in a top-6 role.
Source: Ryan Clark 11/7/18, 1:16 pm EST
Jost (head) could return to the Avalanche lineup on Wednesday.
Jost has been sidelined since October 26th, but could be back tonight vs. the Predators. Jost’s status will be determined after the morning skate, so keep an eye on him this afternoon. Jost had a slow start to the season, picking up just one goal and one assist (two points) in 11 games.
Source: AJ Haefele 11/7/18, 10:06 am EST
Jost (head) will not travel on Colorado’s two-game road trip.
Jost will miss Colorado’s trip to Western Canada, so Vladislav Kamenev will move up and centre the second line. Monitor Jost’s stats as the Avalanche return to home-ice next Wednesday.
Jost is out indefinitely with a head injury.
Jost is questionable for Thursday’s game because of an undisclosed injury.
Jost is reportedly dealing with an injury and could miss some time, so monitor his status prior to tomorrow’s game vs. the Sharks. The Avalanche recalled Dominic Toninato from San Antonio (AHL) to take Jost’s spot if he can’t play.
The Avalanche have sent Tyson Jost (lower-body) to San Antonio (AHL).
The Avalanche placed Tyson Jost (lower-body) on IR.
Jost suffered a lower-body injury against the Blues on Friday and is expected to miss 2-3 weeks. Moving Jost to IR opened up a roster spot for the Avalanche to recalled Gabriel Bourque from San Antonio (AHL). Look for him to miss roughly 4-6 games.
Jost will miss 2-3 weeks with a lower-body injury.
Jost is expected to move up to the top-6 on Thursday.
Jost has recorded one goal and one assist in five games while averaging just 13:04 TOI/GM. However it looks like he might see more playing time on Thursday because he skated on the second line with Nathan MacKinnon and Mikko Rantanen during Wednesday’s practice.
Jost (knee) likely to return to the Avalanche lineup on Tuesday.
Jost missed the last two games with a knee injury, but was on the ice for Monday’s practice and is expected to play tomorrow in Nashville. Jost has one goal and one assist in four games this season and three points (2G / 1A) in 10 career NHL contests.
Jost (knee) has been ruled out of Friday’s game vs. Anaheim.
Jost suffered a knee injury on Wednesday and will be held out the lineup tonight vs. the Ducks. Jost was not on the ice for the morning skate, so he’s listed as day-to-day for now. Matt Nieto will draw into the lineup to take Jost’s spot in the lineup.
Jost (knee) is still being evaluated; questionable for Friday's game vs. Anaheim.
Jost recorded a goal in 13:54 TOI on Wednesday but is reportedly dealing with a knee injury in advance of Friday’s game vs. the Ducks. Jost has been elevated to the third line in recent games and comes into Friday with one goal, one assist and seven shots in four games.
Source: AJ Haefele 10/13/17, 6:23 am EST