Parenteau (concussion) will be back in the Habs lineup on Monday.
Parenteau has missed the last six weeks and a half weeks with a concussion, but will return to the lineup tonight vs.the Sharks. He is expected to start on the Habs fourth line in his first game since mid-January. Parenteau has 15 points (6G / 9A) in 40 games this season.
Parenteau (concussion) will travel on the Habs’ two-game road-trip.
Despite not skating with the team this morning, Parenteau will travel with the team, which suggests that he is ready to return to practice. He will likely skate with the team during the trip but is not expected to play.
Parenteau (concussion) returned to the ice on Monday.
Parenteau has been out since January 15th, but returned to the ice this morning. He did not participate in practice, but he skated on the second rink in the Canadiens facility. There is still no timetable for his return.
Parenteau missed Monday’s practice with concussion-like symptoms.
Parenteau missed Saturday’s game with what was called an illness, presumably that illness was concussion-like symptoms that will keep him out of practice today as well. He is questionable for Tuesday’s game vs. Nashville.
Parenteau (upper-body) will return to the Canadiens’ lineup on Wednesday.
Parenteau missed the last three games with an upper-body injury he suffered on January 2nd in New Jersey. He will skate on a line with Alex Galchenyuk and Brandon Prust tonight in Columbus. He has 15 points (6G / 9A) in 38 games this season and has not registered a goal since November 28th.
Parenteau (upper-body) will not play on Saturday vs. Pittsburgh.
Parenteau will miss his third straight game with an upper-body injury that he suffered last Friday vs. the Devils. Coach Therrien said that Parenteau is progressing, but will be held out of the lineup tomorrow. Look for him to be back next Wednesday in Columbus.
Parenteau (undisclosed) did not practice on Monday.
Parenteau, who missed Saturday’s game with an undisclosed injury, missed practice this morning which is not a good sign for him returning to the lineup on Tuesday vs. the Lightning. Parenteau is day-to-day.
The Canadiens traded Daniel Briere to the Avalanche in exchange for P.A Parenteau and a 2015 fifth-round selection.
There were rumblings of a possible trade in the middle of the season, but the Avs waited until the offseason to ship him for a veteran forward. Parenteau missed 27 games with a knee injury in 2013-14 and finished the year with 14 goals and 19 assists (33 points) in 55 games. He will look to land a top-6 role in Montreal. The trade has no effect on the salary cap of either team for the 2014-15 season, with Briere and Parenteau each scheduled to make $4 million. The difference is Parenteau has an extra year on his contract with Briere entering the final season of his.
Parenteau missed his 14th consecutive game Tuesday night but is on schedule to play Friday at San Jose, the night after Colorado visits Vancouver. Parenteau hasn't played since suffering a medial collateral knee sprain March 10 against Winnipeg. He suffered the same injury to his other knee Dec. 29 against the same opponent, and missed 12 of the next 15 games.
Parenteau injured his right knee on his first shift in the first period Monday against the Winnipeg Jets. Parenteau will likely miss the remainder of the regular season, but could return for the playoffs. Parenteau missed 10 games because of an MCL injury to his left knee earlier this season. He has 14 goals and 19 assists in 53 games. Head coach Patrick Roy said the Avalanche will call up forwards Paul Carey and Brad Malone from Lake Erie (AHL).