Seguin (heel) is expected to start skating next week.
Seguin has been held off of the ice at the start of training camp due to a hairline fracture on his heel. The Stars season doesn’t start for another 13 days, so if he starts skating early next week, Seguin could be ready for the season opener vs. Anaheim.
Seguin (heel) is expected to be ready for the Stars’ season opener (Oct. 13).
Seguin was set to play for Team Canada at the World Cup of Hockey but suffered a hairline fracture to his heel and was returned to Dallas. Stars’ GM Jim Nill expects Seguin to be ready for their season opener in two weeks.
Seguin (Achilles) will be a game-time decision for Game 2.
Seguin missed game one and skated as an extra in the morning skate, but he said he is good to go tonight the decision is up to head coach Lindy Ruff whether or not he plays. Monitor his status when the Stars hit the ice for warmups at 7:30 p.m. ET.
Seguin (Achilles) will not play in Game 1; likely to return in Game 2.
Stars head coach Lindy Ruff said if it were game seven that Seguin would likely be in the lineup tonight, but he will sit out of game one because he needs more practice time. Despite missing tonight’s contest it looks like the 24-year-old will be in the lineup for Game 2 on Saturday.
Seguin took part in Monday’s practice, but skated in as an extra, which suggests that he won’t be ready to go to begin the playoffs. Seguin is three and a half weeks into his original 3-4 week timetable, so Seguin’s return appears to be on the horizon.
Seguin scored twice in his return to the Stars lineup on Saturday.
Seguin missed just three weeks after being given a 3-8 week timetable to return. It was super-fast recovery and the Stars were elated to have him in the lineup last night, as he potted two goals in the Stars 5-4 loss vs. Tampa Bay. Despite missing 10 games, Seguin remains just nine points back from the NHL scoring lead.
Seguin (knee) will be in the lineup vs. the Lightning.
Seguin was given a 3-8 week time table to return from his knee injury and today makes the three-week point to the day. It was a tremendously fast return for the 23-year-old, who has 59 points (29G / 30A) in 55 games this season.
Seguin (knee) will be a game-time decision on Saturday.
The Stars announced on Friday that Seguin would not be playing tonight, but he will now take part in warmups and the Stars will make a decision on his status after. He is an ultra-competitive guy, so it seems like there is a pretty good chance he will play.
Seguin was a full participant on Friday, but will be held out of Saturday’s game against the Lightning, but the Stars are hopeful he can return next Tuesday in Philadelphia. Saturday marks the three week mark in a 3-6 week timetable.