Hoffman (groin) is doubtful for Thursday, but could play on Sunday.
Hoffman missed Tuesday’s game in New Jersey with a groin injury that he suffered on Sunday. Hoffman is expected to miss Thursday’s game, but monitor his status leading up to the Senators’ back-to-back games on Monday and Tuesday.
Hoffman left Sunday’s game with a lower-body injury and did not return.
Hoffman left near the end of the first period and never returned. The winger played just 5:46 TOI before retiring to the dressing room and his status for Tuesday’s game remains unclear. The Senators are already without Bobby Ryan for an extended period of time and they also lost Mark Stone and Tommy Wingels last night.
Hoffman (illness) is expected to draw back into the Senators' lineup on Thursday.
Hoffman missed Tuesday’s game vs. the Capitals with an illness, but is expected to play vs. the Flames tonight. Hoffman is tied for the team lead with 17 goals and his 34 points is good for third, behind only Erik Karlssson and Mark Stone.
Hoffman is eligible to return to the lineup on Tuesday.
Hoffman served his two-game suspension over the weekend and will return to the lineup tonight in Chicago. Hoffman is on-pace for another 25-plus goal, 30-plus assist season and should be activated in all formats. Expect Hoffman to reclaim his spot on the top line with Derick Brassard and Mark Stone.
The NHL suspended Mike Hoffman for two games for his hit on Logan Couture.
Hoffman will miss both games of the Senators’ back-to-back this weekend after being suspended for his cross-check to the back of Couturess head/neck. With Hoffman out, Zack Smith will move up the lineup and Casey Bailey has been recalled from Binghamton (AHL).
Hoffman (groin) returned to practice on Monday; expected to play on Tuesday.
Hoffman has missed the last two games, but is expected to play Tuesday in Montreal. Hoffman skated on the third line on Monday, so look for him to start tomorrow’s game with Derick Brassard and Tom Pyatt. He has seven points (3G / 4A) in 16 games this season.
Hoffman (undisclosed) is doubtful to play on Saturday.
Hoffman took part in the Senators’ optional morning skate, but he remains doubtful to play vs. the Panthers. With Hoffman likely out, Max McCormick will remain in the lineup for the second straight game.
The Senators re-signed Mike Hoffman to a four-year deal worth $20.75 million ($5.185M AAV).
Hoffman, 26, enjoyed a breakout year in 2014-15 and followed it up with an even more impressive 2015-16 campaign, scoring 29 goals and 30 assists (59 points) in 78 games. Hoffman has led the Senators in goals in both of those seasons and will look to do the same in 2016-17 on their top line, likely alongside the usual suspects—Kyle Turris and Mark Stone.