Girgensons (illness) will draw back into the Sabres lineup on Sunday.
Source: Joe Yerdon 02/11/18, 4:54 pm EST
Girgensons (illness) missed the morning skate and will be a game-time decision on Saturday.
Girgensons was not on the ice this morning, so he is questionable for tonight's game in Boston. If Girgensons can't play, Scott Wilson is expected to draw back into the lineup.
Girgensons will be back in the Sabres lineup on Sunday.
Girgensons will be a healthy scratch on Tuesday.
Girgensons (lower-body) will return to the Sabres lineup on Wednesday.
Girgensons is day-to-day with an undisclosed injury.
Girgeonsons played just 2:30 TOI in the Sabres loss in Vegas on Tuesday, but it doesn’t sound like his injury is overly serious. He is listed as day-to-day and thus questionable for Friday, but don’t expect the Latvian forward to miss too much time.
Girgensons could open the season on the Sabres’ top line.
Girgensons had a massive drop-off in production during the Dan Bylsma era, but it looks like he’ll get a fresh start with Phil Housley behind the bench. Girgensons has spent the first few days of training camp on the first line with Ryan O’Reilly and Kyle Okposo, which showcases the new regime’s belief in him. In 2014-15, while playing over 19 minutes per night, Girgensons had 15 goals and 15 assists (30 points) in 61 games—that’s a 20-20 pace over 82 games. He’s got the tools for be a top-6 forward and it looks like the Sabres will give him every chance possible to get his career back on-track.
Source: John Vogl 09/18/17, 6:49 am EST
Girgensons (undisclosed) will not play Thursday vs. the Ducks.
Girgensons was reportedly banged up in the Sabres’ come-from-behind win over the Sharks on Tuesday and will not play tonight vs. the Ducks. With Girgensons out, the Sabres have recalled Derek Grant from Rochester (AHL).
Source: Joe Yerdon 02/9/17, 6:46 am EST
Girgensons (lower-body) will return to the Sabres lineup on Sunday.
Girgensons (upper-body) has been activated from IR; expected to play Tuesday.
Girgensons missed the last four games but will return to the lineup on Monday vs. the Rangers. Girgensons, who has just three goals and five assists in 40 games this season, will skate on the second line with Jack Eichel and Matt Moulson.
Girgensons (upper-body) will not play on Saturday.
Girgensons suffered an upper-body injury on Friday; questionable to play on Saturday.
Girgensons (undisclosed) says he can play on Wednesday.
The Sabres have placed Zemgus Girgensons (undisclosed) on injured reserve.
Girgensons remains day-to-day with an upper-body injury and will miss his fourth consecutive game tonight vs. the Blues.
Source: Joe Yerdon 11/23/15, 8:30 am EST
Girgensons (undisclosed) will not travel on the Sabres two-game road trip.
Girgensons was held out of the lineup on Tuesday and is expected to miss at least the next two games with an undisclosed injury. With Girgensons out, look for Tim Schaller to remain in the lineup.
Girgensons (undisclosed) is not on the ice for the morning skate; questionable for Tuesday's game.
Girgensons missed Monday’s practice and was not on the ice for the Sabres’ morning skate which suggests that he will not be in the lineup tonight vs. the Stars. If Girgensons can’t go, look for Tim Schaller to get back into the lineup.
Source: Joe Yerdon 11/17/15, 6:34 am EST
Girgensons (undisclosed) missed Monday's practice; questionable for Tuesday.
Girgensons missed Monday’s practice with an undisclosed injury and could miss Tuesday’s game vs. the Stars. Girgensons was hit hard on Saturday which is likely the reason for today’s absence. Monitor his status on Tuesday morning, but his two points in 17 games has him well off of the fantasy radar right now.
Source: John Vogl 11/16/15, 9:56 am EST
The Sabres have officially moved Zemgus Girgensons (foot) to IR.
Girgensons is expected to miss the majority of the remainder of the regular season, so moving him to IR is simply a formality to create an empty roster spot.
Girgensons (foot) is out indefinitely, but expected to return this season.
Originally head coach Ted Nolan was worried that Girgensons would miss the remainder of the season. He will miss a lengthy period of time, but the Sabres are hopeful that he will return before the end of the season.
Girgensons left Tuesday’s game with a foot injury and did not return.
Girgensons took a James Wisniewski slap-shot off of his right foot and was forced to leave the ice and did not return. It did not appear that Girgensons was able to put any weight on the foot, which is obviously not a good sign. Coach Ted Nolan is concerned that Girgensons injury could end his season, but he will await the official word from the Sabres medical staff.