McQuaid (upper-body) has bee cleared to play; expected to be in the lineup on Tuesday.
McQuaid has missed the first five games with an upper-body injury, but has been practicing for nearly one week and has been cleared to return to the lineup tomorrow. Look for McQuaid to play on the second pair with Torey Krug.
McQuaid (undisclosed) may not be ready for the start of the regular season.
McQuaid missed some practice sessions over the weekend with an undisclosed injury and it looks as if he will not be ready for the start of the regular season. McQuaid’s injury leaves the door open for Brandon Carlo and/or Robbie O’Gara to crack the opening night roster.
McQuaid (upper-body) will be a game-time decision on Tuesday.
McQuaid has been sidelined with an upper-body injury since January 5th, but is listed as a game-time decision for Tuesday’s game. McQuaid skated as an extra in the morning skate, so I would expect him to miss at least one more game.
The Bruins have placed Adam McQuaid (upper-body) on IR.
McQuaid was injured in a hit from Zach Sill on Tuesday. Sill was suspended for two games as a result of the hit, but McQuaid will miss at least three after he was placed on IR on Thursday. With McQuaid out, look for Joe Morrow to get back into the lineup on Friday.
McQuaid (wrist) will be a game-time decision on Monday.
McQuaid blocked a shot on his wrist in Saturday's win, but he was on the ice for the Bruins morning skate. Head coach Claude Julien would not commit to saying that McQuaid would for sure play, so we have listed him as a game-time decision.
McQuaid (thumb) will be a game-time decision this afternoon.
McQuaid has been sidelined with a broken thumb since November 18th, but is medically cleared to play and could return to the lineup today. He is expected to take part in warmups and then coach Julien will make a decision on whether or not he plays vs. the Senators. With a back-to-back today and tomorrow, it would seem logical to sit McQuaid today and have him return tomorrow vs. Carolina.
The injuries on the Bruins’ blue line continue to mount. McQuaid was limited to just 30 games last season and his injury woes continue. Expect Zach Trotman, who was sent down yesterday, to be recalled. However, Kevan Miller should get into the lineup on Friday.
McQuaid (quad strain) will be shutdown for 2-3 weeks.
McQuaid has not played since January 19 and he has missed a total of 31 games with injuries this season. His inability to stay healthy and losing Dennis Seidenberg for the season forced the Bruins to claim Corey Potter off of waivers and send a third-round pick to the Flyers for Andrej Meszaros.
McQuaid (leg) is not skating at Bruins practice this morning.
McQuaid has missed the last 10 games with a leg injury and his absence this morning suggests that he will miss number-11 on Saturday vs. Washington. Monitor McQuaid's status during the morning skate for confirmation.
McQuaid skated again on Tuesday, but likely will not play on Wednesday, look for him to return on Saturday vs. Washington. Wednesday will be the 10th game in a row that he has missed with his leg ailment.
McQuaid hasn't played since January 19, when he left the Bruins' shootout loss against the Blackhawks. He was termed day-to-day at the time, but the days have turned into over a month at this point. Since the team got back to work, McQuaid has been on the ice with his teammates. Taking proper caution, the team didn't want him skating during the break because they wanted to be able to monitor his progress. Skating for the third straight day, McQuaid said that he continues to progress. The Bruins' third-pairing blueliner has missed a combined 27 games this season due to multiple lower-body injuries, further building his reputation as something of an injury-prone player.