Gaborik will miss eight weeks with a fractured foot.
Gaborik was representing Slovakia as a part of Team Europe in the World Cup of Hockey. Gaborik has missed a total of 82 games over the last three seasons and will miss the next eight weeks, which includes six weeks of the regular season.
Gaborik left Friday's game with a lower-body injury and is headed back to Los Angeles; will not play Sunday.
Gaborik will he’d back to Los Angeles which means he won’t be in the lineup on Sunday. The Kings don’t plan on recalling anyone from Ontario (AHL) at this time, which means that Kyle Clifford will be back in the lineup tomorrow.
Gaborik (upper-body) could be back in the Kings’ lineup on Tuesday.
Gaborik was a full participant in Kings practice on Sunday and could be back tomorrow vs. the Sabres. He has missed the last there games with an upper-body injury, but should be back on a line with Anze Kopitar and Justin Williams on Tuesday. He has eight points (4G / 4A) in 15 games this season.
Gaborik continues to skate with the Kings and he said that he should be back soon, but doesn’t know if he will travel to Arizona for Thursday’s game. Seems like he will be out tomorrow but should be back in the lineup come Saturday, back at home vs. the Flyers.
Gaborik (upper-body) is not expected to play on Tuesday.
Gaborik was on the ice for the Kings morning skate, but did not participate in line rushes and stayed on as an extra. It looks like he will miss his second straight game but his availability this morning is a good sign for Thursday vs. Arizona.
Gaborik missed Saturday’s game with a “minor” upper-body injury.
There is not much information about the nature or the severity of Gaborik’s injury. The Kings don’t play again until Tuesday, so expect a more detailed injury report in the coming days and monitor his status leading up to Tuesday’s game vs. the Bruins.
Gaborik (undisclosed) is on the ice for presume warmups; looks like he will return today vs. Carolina.
Gaborik said on Saturday that he was "very close" to returning, looks like he was not kidding and he will be back today. Gabo missed the last eight games with an undisclosed injury, but look for him to skate on the top-line today vs. the Canes. He had one assist in three contests before being hurt.
Gaborik (undisclosed) is likely to start skating next week.
Gaborik was not on the ice this afternoon but was around the Kings' facilities. The belief is that Gaborik will begin skating on his own early next week and work his way towards joining the team by the end of the week. So by the sounds of things, expect Gabo to miss another 10-14 days.
Gaborik (undisclosed) is out, no timetable for his return.
Per reports, this injury is not new, it is the same injury that bother Gaborik in the preseason, but it sounds like he will miss some time. Mike Richards is skating in Gaborik's spot on the top-line in practice this morning with Andy Andreoff centring the fourth line. Expect a more detailed update following the morning skate.
The Kings have signed Marian Gaborik to a seven-year contract extension worth $34.3 million.
The Kings acquired Gaborik for a very reasonable price at the trade deadline and what they got in return was 16 points (5G / 11A) in 19 regular season games and then he went on to lead the playoff in goals with 14, while adding eight assists en route to a Stanley Cup win. The longterm deal has him signed until he is 39, which is alarming, but the annual cap-hit of just $4.9 million is reasonable for a player of Gaborik's caliber.
Gaborik is skating on the top-line with Anze Kopitar and Justin WIlliams.
Gaborik was acquired on Wednesday in the hope that he will spark the Kings offensively. Putting him on a line with Kopitar certainly increases his fantasy value, but hopefully for his fantasy owners, he can be defensively responsible enough to stay in coach Sutter's good graces.