Chara (upper-body) is expected to return to the Bruins lineup on Sunday afternoon.
Chara has been out with an upper-body injury since March 13th but it looks like he’ll play today vs. the Flyers. Chara, who is fresh off of a one-year extension, will replace Brandon Carlo on the blueline after the young defenseman suffered a serious leg injury in Saturday’s win. Chara has collected 23 points (7G / 16A) in 68 games so far this season.
The Bruins has signed Zdeno Chara to a one-year extension worth $5 million.
Chara (upper-body) will not play Monday or Wednesday.
Chara will miss his third and fourth straight game but could be back Friday in Dallas. Chara continues to battle an upper-body injury that he suffered last Tuesday, but monitor his status as the week progresses.
Chara (upper-body) will miss at least the next two games.
Chara left Tuesday’s game with a suspected upper-body injury and did not return.
Chara took a tumble into the corner boards in the first period of Tuesday’s game and never returned. The Bruins were already without Charlie McAvoy and Torey Krug also left the game, so they were without their top-3 defenseman and were still able to make a furious third period comeback. Expect an update on Chara’s status leading up to Thursday’s game in Florida.
Chara (illness) will return to the Bruins' lineup on Saturday afternoon.
Source: @NHLBruins 02/11/17, 7:05 am EST
Chara (illness) will not play on Thursday.
Source: @NHLBruins 02/9/17, 1:32 pm EST
Chara (lower-body) is expected to return to the Bruins’ lineup on Monday.
Chara has missed the last six games with a lower-body injury, but he will return to the lineup vs. the Panthers. Chara is expected to replace Joe Morrow in the lineup and comes into play with one goal and five assists (six points) in 19 games this season.
Chara (lower-body) will not play on Thursday.
Chara will miss his fifth consecutive game with a lower-body injury, but skated with the team this morning, so look for him to potentially return on Saturday.
Source: @NHLBruins 12/1/16, 6:30 am EST
Chara (lower-body) will not play on Tuesday.
Chara will not travel to Philadelphia for Tuesday’s game, making it the fourth straight game that he has missed. J-M Liles will not play either, so Joe Morrow will draw back into the lineup. Consider Chara as day-to-day.
Chara (lower-body) will not travel to Ottawa for Thursday’s game.
Chara suffered a lower-body injury in the Bruins’ loss to the Blues on Tuesday and it will force him to miss at least one game. With Chara out, expect Colin Miller to get back into the Bruins lineup. Consider Chara as day-to-day.
Chara (upper-body) will make his season debut vs. the Lightning.
Chara missed the first two games of the regular season, but will be back in the lineup this afternoon vs. the Lightning. With Chara back in the lineup, the Bruins sent Matt Irwin to Providence (AHL). Chara should definitely help a Bruins blueline that has struggled through the first two games.
Chara (upper-body) is expected to return to the Bruins lineup on Monday.
Chara missed the Bruins’ first two games of the season with an upper-body injury, but he practiced over the weekend and is likely to return tomorrow vs. the Lightning. Chara is likely to take Matt Irwin’s spot in the lineup after Irwin was placed on waivers on Sunday morning.
Chara (upper-body) is doubtful for Saturday’s game vs. the Canadiens.
Chara was labeled as doubtful, but he stayed on the ice for extra work during the morning skate, which suggests he is very doubtful. This is the second straight game that Chara will have missed—however he continues to practice which suggests he could be back next week.
Source: @NHLBruins 10/10/15, 7:30 am EST
Chara (upper-body) will not play in the Bruins’ season opener.
Chara has been battling an upper-body injury and despite practicing yesterday and taking part in this morning’s gameday skate, he will sit out tonight’s game vs. the Jets. He reportedly started taking slapshots yesterday and continued today—but the strength on his shots are not where it usually is. That report suggests Chara may still be a few days or games away from returning.
Chara (upper-body) is practicing for the second straight day.
Chara skated on his own for over one week, but has been on the ice with his teammates for the last two days. He filtered in on the Bruins’ second PP unit, which is a good sign that he is nearing game action. Monitor his status leading up to the Bruins’ season opener tomorrow.
Chara (upper-body) skated again on Friday; remains day-to-day with no timetable for return.
Chara has been out for over a week and has yet to join the Bruins for full practice yet. The Bruins are already without Dennis Seidenberg and they traded Dougie Hamilton, so they can’t afford to have Chara miss anytime at all. However, given his progress to this point, it seems unlikely that he will be ready for the season opener.
Chara (upper-body) skated on his own on Monday.
Chara suffered an upper-body injury last Thursday, but returned to the ice this morning. He was unable to join his team for full practice, but he did skate by himself which is an encouraging sign for Bruins’ fans and Chara owners. He is progressing towards and appearance in the Bruins’ season opener, but continue to monitor his status throughout the next week.
Chara left Thursday’s preseason game with an upper-body injury and did not return.
The Bruins blueline is starting to fall apart before the season even arrives. It was already looking relatively thin after the Dougie Hamilton trade, but then Dennis Seidenberg had back surgery and Chara has gone down. There is no word on the severity of Chara’s injury, but the Bruins can not afford to lose their big defenseman for any period of time.
Source: Zack Cox 09/25/15, 7:34 am EST
Chara has a permanently torn PCL in his left knee.
Chara said that his PCL is permanently torn, but it is something that he won’t need surgery on. His knee is stabilized and healed, but it will be something that he will need to play through for the remainder of his career. It was obvious that Chara was slowed this season and now you know why.