Jaros (lower-body) will not play on Sunday.
Source: @Senators 12/9/18, 2:30 pm EST
DeMelo (upper-body) will not play on Sunday.
Source: @Senators 12/9/18, 2:30 pm EST
McKenna will start Sunday vs. the Bruins.
Anderson will start Saturday vs. the Penguins.
Anderson allowed four goals on 42 shots in the Senators loss to Montreal on Thursday. Anderson lost both games to the Senators this week, allowing a combined nine goals on 83 shots (.892 SV%). In his first start against the Penguins, Anderson allowed four goals on 35 shots in a 6-4 win.
Ryan is out indefinitely with a concussion.
Ryan was forced to leave Thursday’s game and GM Pierre Dorion said that he is out with a concussion. There is currently no timetable for Ryan’s return, so expect Max McCormick/Nick Paul to replace him going forward.
Source: @Senators 12/8/18, 11:01 am EST
Duchene is week-to-week with a groin injury.
Duchene was forced to leave Thursday’s game with a groin injury and was placed on IR on Friday. Senators GM Pierre Dorion announced that Duchene will miss multiple weeks, which will force both Colin White and Chris Tierney into bigger roles.
Source: @Senators 12/8/18, 11:00 am EST
The Senators have recalled Nick Paul from Belleville (AHL).
With Matt Duchene going on IR, Paul comes up from the AHL again. Paul has two goals and nine assists (11 points) in 15 games with Belleville this season but just seven points (3G / 4A) in 42 career NHL games, including six this season.
The Senators have placed Matt Duchene (lower-body) on IR.
The Senators have yet to provide a detailed injury report on Duchene, who was hurt in Thursday’s game against Montreal. His move to IR means that he will miss at least one week, so the Senators recalled Nick Paul from Belleville (AHL) to replace him on the active roster.
Lajoie (undisclosed) will not return to the Senators lineup on Thursday.
Source: NHL.com 12/6/18, 7:20 pm EST
Lajoie (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision on Thursday.
Lajoie has missed the last two games but will be a game-time decision for Thursday’s game vs. the Canadiens. Lajoie would replace Justin Falk in the lineup and the rookie has been solid this season, picking up six goals and six assists in 26 games this season.
Source: Ian Mendes 12/6/18, 12:02 pm EST
Anderson will start Thursday against the Canadiens.
Anderson surrendered five goals on 41 shots in the Senators loss in Montreal on Tuesday. Anderson will go again tonight in the second game of a home-and-home with the Canadiens. Home-ice has been a lot more friendly to Anderson, who is 9-4-2 with a 3.18 GAA, .916 SV% and one shutout at the Canadian Tire Centre. He is also 1-1-0 with a 3.93 GAA and .882 SV% vs. Montreal this year.
Source: @Senators 12/6/18, 9:18 am EST
Anderson will start Tuesday in Montreal.
Anderson gave up two goals on 38 shots in the Senators win over the Sharks on Saturday. Anderson had a nice week, winning his last two starts while stopping 63 of 65 shots (.969 SV%). He also won his first start against the Canadiens, stopping 27 of 27 shots in a 4-3 OT victory on October 20th.
Falk is expected to make his Senators debut on Saturday.
Lajoie (undisclosed) will not be in the Senators lineup on Saturday.
Anderson will start Saturday vs. the Sharks.
Anderson stopped all 27 shots that he faced in the Senators shutout win over the Rangers on Thursday. The win snapped a four-game losing streak for Anderson, who finished November at 6-6-1 with a 3.88 GAA, .898 SV% and one shutout. Tonight he faces a Sharks team that is 0-2-1 in the first three games of their road-trip but bring Erik Karlsson to town.
Source: @Senators 12/1/18, 10:43 am EST
Anderson will start Thursday vs. the Rangers.
Anderson gave up three goals on 32 shots in the Senators loss in New York on Monday. Despite Mike McKenna getting the ‘W’ on Tuesday, Anderson will go tonight vs. the Rangers. Anderson has lost four straight games while allowing a combined 19 goals on 140 shots (.864 SV%). It is become nearly impossible to trust Anderson and his 3.87 GAA in fantasy formats.
Source: @TSN1200 11/29/18, 1:21 pm EST
McKenna will start Tuesday in Philadelphia.
McKenna allowed one goal on 10 shots after replacing Craig Anderson in the Senators loss to the Panthers on November 19th. Since coming up from the AHL, McKenna has allowed 12 goals on 87 shots (.862 SV%). McKenna has struggled at the NHL level throughout his career, so make sure he stays on the waiver wire and not on your roster.
Source: @TSN1200 11/27/18, 1:57 pm EST
Borowiecki (undisclosed) will not play on Monday.
Borowiecki will miss his second straight game with an undisclosed injury, which means Ben Harpur will remain in the lineup. Borowiecki is day-to-day and is questionable to Tuesday’s game in Philadelphia as well.
White (undisclosed) will be back in the Senators lineup on Monday.
White missed Friday’s game in Dallas with an undisclosed injury but will return to the Senators lineup on Monday. White has enjoyed a quality season, picking up seven goals and six assists (13 points) in 22 games. White will skate on the second line with Brady Tkachuk and Mark Stone.
Anderson will start Monday in New York.
Anderson allowed five goals on 53 shots in the Senators loss in Dallas on Friday. Anderson has been under siege all season long and it has come to a front as of late. In his last three starts, Anderson has allowed a combined 16 goals on 108 shots (.852 SV%). The Senators give up the second most scoring chances against and third most high-danger scoring chances against, so Anderson will continue to see a high number of shots whenever he’s in the crease.
Source: @Senators 11/26/18, 10:19 am EST