The Coyotes have placed Jamie McGinn (upper-body) on IR retroactive to October 5th.
McGinn is eligible to come off of IR and play whenever he is healthy, but remains without a firm timetable for when that will be. He is not with the Coyotes on their road-trip, so they might not get him in the lineup until after they return home at the end of the month.
McGinn (upper-body) will not play in the Coyotes’ season opener.
McGinn was questionable leading up to Saturday’s season opener, so it isn’t surprising to see him scratched tonight. McGinn remains day-to-day and is questionable to travel on the Coyotes’ upcoming road trip.
McGinn (upper-body) is questionable for Saturday’s game.
McGinn missed Friday’s practice, which makes him a question mark for the Coyotes’ season opener on Saturday. Monitor his status during the morning skate, but all signs are pointing towards him sitting this one out.
McGinn (upper-body) missed Tuesday’s practice and is questionable for the Coyotes’ season opener.
McGinn has been absent since last Friday’s preseason contest and remains questionable for the season opener. Thankfully for the Coyotes, they don’t open the season until Saturday, so it gives McGinn a few extra days to recover.
The Coyotes signed Jamie McGinn to a three-year contract worth $10 million ($3.33M AAV).
McGinn, 27, had a nice 2015-16 season with the Sabres and Ducks. He had 14 goals in 63 games before he was traded at the deadline, where he added an additional eight goals in 21 games in Anaheim. He finished the year with 39 points (22G / 17A) in 84 games. He’s a heavy dude at 6-foot-1, 205 lbs. and should file in on the Coyotes’ top-6 in 2016-17.
The Ducks have acquired Jamie McGinn from Buffalo for a conditional third round pick.
McGinn, 27, is a big, rugged winger with a scorer’s touch. He has 14 goals and 13 assists (27 points) in 63 games with the Sabres this season and will replace Patrick Marron in Anaheim after he was dealt to the Edmonton Oilers.
The Avalanche are considering season-ending back surgery for Jamie McGinn.
McGinn has been out with a back injury since November 15th. He is going to be evaluated this week and the Avalanche will make a decision on whether or not McGinn needs back surgery or if he can recover without going under the knife.
McGinn missed the Avs' last three games after starting the season with three goals and two assists in 10 games. This is perfect timing for Colorado who just lost Alex Tanguay for two weeks because of a knee injury.