Kennedy (upper-body) will not play Sunday vs. the Oilers.
Kennedy left Saturday’s game game with an upper-body injury and did not return. Kennedy was spotted seeing a sling following Saturday’s game so he will not be in the lineup tonight in Edmonton. Expect Tye McGinn to get back into the lineup.
The Sharks have activated Tyler Kennedy (upper-body) from injured reserve.
Kennedy will make his season debut on Thursday vs. the Canucks. He is expected to skate on the Sharks third line with James Sheppard and Tomas Hertl. He had four goals and 13 assists (17 points) in 67 games last season.
Kennedy (upper-body) is back with the Sharks following his conditioning stint.
The Sharks are still waiting for Kennedy to make his season debut, but he is now one step closer. The 28-year-old tallied two goals and one assist in three games with Worcester during his conditioning stint. Look for him to play on Thursday vs. Vancouver.
Kennedy took part in the Sharks' morning skate and looks like he will be back in the lineup tonight. He missed the last two games with a lower-body injury. Kennedy has four goals and 11 assists in 49 games this year.
Kennedy was moved up to Crosby's spot on the first line during Saturday's game. However he was quickly swapped out in favor of Brandon Sutter. Kennedy was in Sid's spot this morning so it looks like he will get another crack between Kunitz and Dupuis. This will certainly boost his fantasy value, but make sure it is a permanent move before rushing to the waiver-wire to add him.