Braun (elbow) will miss his third straight game on Tuesday.
Despite being back on the ice for practice on Monday, Braun will miss his third straight game with an elbow. With Braun out, look for Mirco Mueller to remain in the lineup. Braun should be back in the lineup soon, monitor his status leading up to Friday’s game in Anaheim.
Braun will not play on Saturday due to an illness.
Braun will miss the season finale on Saturday, which will force John Scott back to the blue line for the first time in his time with the Sharks. Braun finishes the season with a goal and 22 assists (23 points) in 70 games.
Braun (upper-body) is expected to return to the Sharks lineup on Tuesday.
Braun has been out since January 19th, but it looks like he will be back in the lineup tonight in Nashville. Braun skated with Brenden Dillon this morning, which is a good sign that he will replace Scott Hannan this evening.
Braun missed the Sharks last game before the All Star break after breaking his hand last Monday. The injury will keep him out of the lineup until at least late-February, likely until early-to-mid March. He had 19 points (1G / 18A) in 47 games before getting injured.
The Sharks have placed Justin Braun (upper-body) on IR.
Braun will be out for “weeks” according to coach Todd McLellan. Braun suffered an upper-body injury in Monday’s loss to New Jersey and will be missed on the Sharks’ blue line for at least a couple of weeks. With Braun out, San Jose recalled Dylan Demelo from Worcester (AHL).
Sharks defenseman Justin Braun (undisclosed) will be out “for a while.”
Braun, who had appeared in all 47 games this season, left at the 6:48 mark in the second period of last night’s game vs. New Jersey. Expect a more detailed update on Braun’s injury in the next 24 hours.