Rask (lower-body) is not expected to play on Thursday.
Rask did not take part in the Wild’s morning skate and is expected to miss tonight’s game in Montreal. With Rask out, Kevin Fiala is expected to be back in the Wild lineup.
Rask (undisclosed) is “ready to play” on Monday.
The Wild have placed Victor Rask (undisclosed) on IR.
Rask has missed the last two games with an undisclosed injury and was moved to IR prior to Tuesday’s game vs. the Ducks.
Rask is day-to-day with a lower-body injury and is questionable for Friday.
Rask left Tuesday’s game against the Flyers with a lower-body injury and likely won’t play on Friday. With both Rask and Matt Hendricks listed as day-to-day, Brad Hunt may dress as a forward tomorrow.
Source: @mnwild 02/14/19, 1:23 pm EST
The Wild have acquired Victor Rask from the Hurricanes for Nino Niederreiter.
The Hurricanes have activated Victor Rask from injured reserve.
Rask has missed the first 20 games of the season after undergoing surgery on his hand in the preseason. Rask suffered a freak kitchen accident, slicing two of his fingers with a knife. His activation from IR makes his available for Wednesday’s game, but there’s no indication whether or not he will actually make his season debut tonight or not.
Rask (hand) was a full participant in Tuesday’s practice.
Rask has missed the first 20 games of the season, but returned to practice on Tuesday and will be in the lineup “as soon as possible,” according to head coach Rod Brind’Amour. Rask will continue to practice with the Hurricanes but his return date is still up in the air.
Rask underwent surgery on his fourth and fifth figures on his right hand and is out indefinitely.
Rask (shoulder) will not be in the Hurricanes lineup on Thursday.
Rask will be a healthy scratch for the second straight game on Wednesday.
Rask will not be in the Hurricanes lineup on Sunday.
The Hurricanes signed Victor Rask to a six-year contract extension worth $24 million ($4.0M AAV) on July 12th.
Rask, 23, is coming off of his second full NHL season and it was a good one. After a solid rookie campaign, Rask notched 21 goals and 27 assists for 48 points, which was tied for second on the team. Rask has settled in as the Hurricanes’ second-line centre behind Jordan Staal and should push for 50 points in 2016-17.
Rask (upper-body) is expected to return to the Hurricanes lineup on Tuesday.
Rask has missed the last two games with an upper-body injury, but will be back in the lineup tonight vs. the Penguins. Rask has had a strong year, collecting 11 goals and 15 assists (26 points) in 41 games. He will skate on the Hurricanes third line with Jeff Skinner and Brock McGinn on his wings.
Source: @NHLCanes 01/12/16, 1:57 pm EST
Rask (upper-body) will not play on Saturday.
Rask (upper-body) will be a game-time decision on Saturday.
Rask was on the ice for warmups on Friday, but ended up being scratched, so he will be a game-time decision for the second game of the Hurricanes’ home-and-home with the Blue Jackets. Monitor his status when Carolina hits the ice for warmups at 6:30 p.m ET.
Rask (upper-body) will be a game-time decision on Friday.
Rask suffered an upper-body injury in Wednesday’s game, but he was on the ice for the Friday’s morning skate. He is listed as a game-time decision, but his presence on the ice this morning is an encouraging sign that he will play.
Source: @NHLCanes 01/8/16, 7:42 am EST
Rask (shoulder) practiced on Monday; expected to play on Tuesday.
Rask left Saturday’s game late in the third period, but was on the ice for practice this morning and reportedly showed no ill effects. Expect Rask to play tomorrow vs. the Panthers.
Victor Rask will be a healthy scratch on Monday.
Hurricanes head coach Bill Peters said that Rask needs a night off and will be back in the lineup on Tuesday vs. the Islanders. Rask has been a minus-4 rating in the last two games. With Rask coming out, Chris Terry will get into the lineup.
RALEIGH, NC – Ron Francis, Director of Hockey Operations for the National Hockey League’s Carolina Hurricanes, today announced that the team has agreed to terms with forward Victor Rask on a three-year, entry-level contract. At the NHL level, the deal will pay Rask $550,000 in the first year, $650,000 in the second year and $750,000 in the third year, or he will make $70,000 per year at the minor-league level. He also receives a signing bonus of $277,500.
Rask will remain with the Calgary Hitmen of the WHL. Look for him to challenge for a roster spot as soon as next season.