Hanzal (lower-body) will return to the Coyotes lineup on Thursday.
Hanzal has missed the last two games with a lower-body injury, but will be back in the lineup on Thursday vs. the Avalanche. Hanzal has 10 assists in nine games this season. He could replace Antoine Vermette who could miss tomorrow’s game with a lower-body ailment.
Hanzal (lower-body) is not on the ice for warmups; will not play tonight.
Hanzal was listed as a game-time decision after suffering a lower-body injury in Monday’s win over the Maple Leafs. He will not play tonight, which means that Tyler Gaudet will move up in the lineup. Consider Hanzal day-to-day.
Hanzal (lower-body) is questionable for Tuesday's game vs. Boston.
Hanzal left Monday’s game vs. the Maple Leafs and will be a game-time decision tonight in Boston. With Antoine Vermette already out, the Coyotes could use Vermette in the lineup. Monitor his status leading up to pre-game warmups.
Hanzal left Monday’s game with a lower-body injury; listed as day-to-day.
Hanzal recorded his 10th assist on Monday, but only played 5:39 before retiring to the dressing room for the night. He was listed as a game-time decision before the game, but there is no word whether he re-aggravated that injury. There was no further update on Hanzal’s status, which puts his status for Tuesday’s game in jeopardy.
Hanzal (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision on Monday.
Hanzal took part in the Coyotes’ morning skate, but will be a game-time decision tonight due to an undisclosed injury. The Coyotes will probably be without Antoine Vermette for a second straight game, so they can’t afford to lose Hanzal, who is tied for the NHL-lead with nine assists in eight games.
Hanzal (back) is out for the remainder of the season.
Hanzal underwent another back surgery in January and GM Don Maloney confirmed that Hanzal will miss the remainder of the regular season. Hanzal had eight goals and 16 assists (24 points) in 37 games this season.
Hanzal is likely done for the season because of back surgery.
Hanzal is set to undergo surgery next week to repair a lingering issue with his back, and the procedure is likely to end Hanzal's season.Hanzal has been sidelined since January 29, contributing eight goals and 24 points in only 37 games. This is the same ailment that's cost him time the past few seasons. A timeline for recovery is expected after the surgery is completed, but GM Don Maloney anticipates Hanzal will make a full recovery.
Hanzal is out indefinitely with a lingering back injury.
Hanzal is battling a reoccurring back issue that he had surgery on last year. He spent the majority of the summer rehabbing his back, but is dealing with issues again and could need another surgery, which would end his 2014-15 season.
Hanzal (upper-body) will miss at least another week.
Hanzal will miss his fourth straight game tonight and is expected to miss at least the next three games as well. With Hanzal out, the Coyotes recalled Alexandre Bolduc, who will be in the lineup tonight vs. Carolina.
Hanzal missed Friday’s practice, but coach Tippett was hopeful that Hanzal would be in the lineup this afternoon. However, Hanzal is not on the ice for warmups, so he is a no-go in Ottawa. Consider him day-to-day.
Hanzal (upper-body) will be in the lineup on Thursday vs. Calgary.
Hanzal has missed the last four games with an upper-body injury, but will return tomorrow vs. the Flames. He had a four-point effort on January 3rd, prior to leaving the game with an upper-body injury, so hopefully he can pick up where he left off. He will likely centre Sam Gagner and Mikkel Boedker.
The Coyotes have place Martin Hanzal (upper-body) on injured reserve.
Hanzal will miss his fourth straight game when the Coyotes take on the Sharks tonight. His placement on IR makes room for the Coyotes to recall Philip Samuelsson, but Hanzal is eligible to be activated whenever he is healthy.