Wingels reportedly suffered an undisclosed injury on Sunday night.
Wingels played 12:34 before reportedly leaving the game with an undisclosed injury. Wingels was one of three Senators forwards that got hurt last night, so the Senators could be in trouble. Expect updates on Wingels, Mark Stone and Mike Hoffman on Monday or Tuesday.
Wingels was acquired in a trade with the Sharks and is set to make his Ottawa debut tonight vs. the Flames. The 28-year-old has eight points (5G / 3A) in 37 games this season and 122 points (51G / 71A) in 337 career games with the Sharks. He will replace Chris Neil and skate with Curtis Lazar and Chris Kelly.
Wingels (hand) will return to the lineup on Monday.
Wingels has missed the last seven games, but will return to the lineup tonight vs. the Flames. Wingels will skate on a line with Chris Tierney and Tomas Hertl. He has 11 goals and 14 assists (25 points) in 47 games.
Wingels (hand) could return to the Sharks lineup on Monday.
Wingels has missed the last seven games with a hand injury, but coach Todd McLellan said that Wingels is “really close” and could be back tomorrow. Monday will mark the three-week mark in a 3-4 week timetable for Wingels.
The Sharks have placed Tommy Wingels (upper-body) on IR.
Sharks coach Todd McLellan said that Wingels will be out “weeks” after suffering an upper-body injury in Monday’s game vs. the Devils. With Wingels out for next little while, expect Barclay Goodrow to get back into the lineup.
Wingels suffered an undisclosed injury on Monday and will be out “for a while.”
Wingels, who had appeared in all 47 games so far this season, was injury on a slash in the third period of last night’s loss to the Devils. There is no word on the nature or severity of the injury, but expect a more detailed report to come in the coming days.
The Sharks have agreed to a three-year contract with restricted free agent Tommy Wingels.
Wingels, 26, tallied 16 goals and 22 assists (38 points) with a plus-11 rating in 77 games with the Sharks last season. With Brent Burns set to move back to defence next season, Wingels becomes a candidate to move up into the Sharks top-6 and could land on a line with Patrick Marleau and Logan Couture come October. Wingels will look to build off of his best professional season as he eyes down his first 20-goal campaign.
Wingels has missed the last five games with a leg injury that he suffered on December 29. He was on the ice at the Sharks morning skate alongside Patrick Marleau and Matthew Nieto which suggests he is back in tonight vs. the Red Wings. Wingels has 22 points (9G / 13A) in 39 games.