Boyle (undisclosed) will be back in the Lightning lineup on Tuesday.
Boyle missed Sunday’s game vs. the Panthers, but will be back in the lineup tonight vs. the Oilers. With Boyle back in, Jonathan Marchessault will be a healthy scratch. Boyle has 10 points (8G / 2A) in 39 games this season.
Boyle left Sunday’s game with a head injury and did not return.
Boyle was crushed by Mark Borowiecki in Sunday’s game and hit his head off of the ice and had to be helped off of the ice. The immediate concern is a concussion and that would likely keep him out of Tuesday’s game vs. Vancouver.
Boyle (undisclosed) is probable to return on Thursday.
Boyle has missed the last three games with an undisclosed injury, but he was on the ice for the morning skate and should return to the lineup tonight vs. the Avalanche. If he is scratched, Jonathan Marchessault will make his season debut.
Boyle (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision on Tuesday.
Boyle has missed the last two games with an undisclosed injury and despite taking part in the morning skate, he remains a game-time decision. Boyle said he doesn’t know if he will play, so monitor his status during the pre-game warmup.
The Lightning have signed Brian Boyle to a three-year deal worth $6 million.
Boyle gets a nice payday after a strong season and postseason where he had three goals and five assists (eight points) in 25 games. Boyle is a giant at 6-foot-7, 244 lbs. and brings a mix of size and skill to the Lightning.
Brian Boyle---who was forced out of Tuesday night's game against the Flyers due to an unspecified injury---was unable to practice Wednesday. The Rangers had no update on Boyle's condition.
Boyle said that he planned to meet with doctors on Wednesday to determine the nature of his injury, which seemed to be to his right leg and took place in the first period of Tuesday's 4-2 loss to the Flyers. As a precaution to Boyle possibly missing Thursday's game with Florida, the Rangers recalled Chris Kreider from the Connecticut Whale.