Stone (upper-body) is questionable for Saturday’s game in Winnipeg.
Stone and Dougie Hamilton are battling injuries on the Flames’ blueline and had coach Glen Gulutzan said he hopes one of them “will play tomorrow” and the other “will play soon.” There is no word which one is closer, but expect an update after the team’s morning skate on Saturday.
The Flames have acquired Michael Stone from the Coyotes for a 2017 third round pick and a conditional 2018 fifth round pick.
Stone had his best offensive season of his career in 2015-16, but has struggled in 2016-17. Stone has just one goal and eight assists (nine points) in 45 games, but heads to Calgary where he will likely serve as their sixth defenseman. The Coyotes will retain 50 percent of Stone’s salary and the condition on the fifth round pick is based on whether or not the Flames re-sign Stone.
Stone (upper-body) will return to the Coyotes’ lineup on Saturday.
Stone has missed the last six games with an upper-body injury, but he will be back in the lineup tonight vs. the Bruins. There’s no word on who will come out of the lineup to make room for Stone, but he has three assists in four games this season.
The Coyotes have placed Michael Stone (upper-body) on IR.
Stone has missed the last four games with an upper-body injury and his movement to IR created a roster spot to recall Anthony DeAngelo from Tucson (AHL). Stone remains day-to-day and there is no word on how long he will be out.
Stone (upper-body) is questionable for Tuesday’s game.
Stone suffered an upper-body injury last Thursday and missed Saturday’s game vs. the Avalanche. Stone missed Monday’s practice and has been listed as questionable for tomorrow’s contest vs. San Jose. Monitor Stone’s status during the morning skate.
Stone (upper-body) is questionable for Saturday’s game.
Stone suffered an upper-body injury recently and left Saturday’s morning skate early. Head coach Dave Tippet said that Stone is questionable and a decision will be made later. Consider Stone a game-time decision.
Stone (knee) has been cleared for contact; but likely won’t be ready for the Coyotes’ seasons opener.
Stone continues to work his way back from knee surgery on his left knee to repair his ACL and MCL and head coach Dave Tippett said that a return in time for Saturday’s opener may be “a little aggressive.” Stone is expected to slot in on the Coyotes’ second pair alongside Alex Goligoski, but look for Luke Schenn to play there if Stone misses the first few games.