Beleskey (upper-body) will return to the Bruins lineup on Tuesday.
Beleskey has missed the last two games with an upper-body injury, but he will return to the lineup tonight vs. the Coyotes. Beleskey has scored one goal with one assist in five games this season. Beleskey will skate with Ryan Spooner and Jimmy Hayes on the Bruins’ third line.
Beleskey (upper-body) is a game-time decision for Friday.
Beleskey was held out of Wednesday’s game but he skated in the morning skate and it appears as if he will play tonight vs. the Islanders. Beleskey has one goal and one assist in five games this season. Monitor his status prior to game-time and during pre-game warmups.
Beleskey will not play on Wednesday because of an upper-body injury.
Beleskey will not be in the lineup on Wednesday vs. the Flyers because of an upper-body injury. This means that Brett Connolly, who served as healthy scratch on Saturday, will get back into the lineup. Beleskey is day-to-day.
Beleskey (lower-body) will return to the lineup on Wednesday.
Beleskey has missed the last three games, but will be back in tonight. Beleskey has skated on the top-line for the last few days, but tonight he will play on the second line with Ryan Kesler and Kyle Palmieri. Beleskey has had a career-year, scoring 22 goals and 10 assists (32 points) in 63 games.
Beleskey (shoulder) is expected to return to the lineup on Friday.
Beleskey missed nearly one month with a shoulder injury, but it looks like he will be back in the lineup tonight vs. the Wild. Beleskey will start on the Ducks top-line with Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry. He has 21 goals and nine assists (30 points) in 56 games.
Beleskey left Sunday’s game with an upper-body injury and did not return.
Beleskey played just 3:23 before being forced from Sunday’s game with an upper-body injury. Coach Bruce Boudreau did not have an update on Beleskey’s status following Sunday’s game, so expect an update on Monday.
Beleskey served as a healthy scratch in Wednesday's game, but he will be back in the lineup tonight vs. the Devils. He is second on the team in goals (behind Corey Perry) with 17. He will skate on a line with Rickard Rakell and Devante Smith-Pelly.
Beleskey is expected to be a healthy scratch tonight vs. Toronto.
This comes as a bit of a surprise considering Beleskey is leading the team in goals with 17, but his playing time has been diminishing as of late, so head coach Bruce Boudreau must want him to correct something. Tim Jackman will play with Beleskey out.
Beleskey has been bumped up to the Ducks top-line.
After just one game the Ducks have already moved Dany Heatley off of the top-line and replaced him with Beleskey. The big winger has five goals in the first 10 games of the season. He is averaging 2.7 shots per game and firing at 18.5% right now.