Grabovski (concussion) has been placed on IR, retroactive to October 16.
Grabovski's movement to IR means that he is ineligible to play on Thursday, but could return on Saturday. It was likely a roster move to allow Lubomir Visnovsky to be activated from IR and play tomorrow.
Grabovski (concussion) is on the ice in a no-contact jersey on Wednesday.
Grabovski skated on his own Tuesday, but has joined his teammates this morning. This is a positive sign that Grabo is not far from a return. He is doubtful for Thursday's game vs. the Bruins, but could be back on Saturday vs. Dallas.
Grabovski (concussion) skated on Tuesday and is listed as day-to-day.
Grabovski is reportedly feeling much better after waking up with concussion-like symptoms last Friday. He won't play vs. the Maple Leafs tonight, but could play Thursday against the Bruins. Monitor his status throughout the week.
Grabovski awoke with concussion symptoms on Friday after passing concussion test on Thursday.
Grabovski was crunched by a much bigger John Scott on Thursday night, but the Isles said he didn't suffer a concussion after he passed the tests on Thursday night. He is out indefinitely and will not be evaluated until early next week.
Grabovski is out indefinitely with an upper-body injury.
Grabovski will not travel with the team to Pittsburgh for Saturday's game and he is out indefinitely after being rocked by John Scott on Thursday. The Isles said that Grabovski did not suffer a concussion, which is a positive, but he obviously is too sore to go. Expect Anders Lee to be recalled from Bridgeport (AHL).
Grabovski left Thursday's game after hit by Sharks' forward John Scott.
Scott caught an unaware Grabovski with a clean hit in the Sharks' defensive zone. Early reports are the Grabo did not suffer a concussion on the play, which is a positive sign that he shouldn't miss a lengthy period of time. The Isles are considering it an upper-body injury and he will be evaluated this afternoon, after which an update should become available.
The Islanders signed Mikhail Grabovski to a four-year, $20 million dollar deal.
Grabovski was limited to 58 games by injuries in 2013-14. He had a strong start to the year and finished with 13 goals and 22 assists (35 points). He joins the Islanders, who now have three good centres with Grabo, John Tavares and Frans Nielsen. He is also reunited with Nikolai Kulemin, the two played together in Toronto from 2008-13.
Grabovski said earlier in the week that he believes that he is ready to go, but obviously the medical and coaching staffs disagree. With a back-to-back on Saturday and Sunday, the Capitals might just be saving him for Sunday so that he does not play on consecutive nights. Monitor his status on Sunday.
Grabovski (ankle) says that he is ready to play, but it is up to the coaches and medical staff whether he will play Saturday.
Grabovski has been out since February 27th with a sprained ankle. With the Capitals right in the middle of the playoff race, they could use their second line centreman back so that Jay Beagle can be bumped from Alex Ovechkin's line. If Grabo says he is good to go, expect him to play vs. the Bruins. He has 12 goals and 21 assists (33 points) in 50 games this season.
Grabovski (ankle) was back on the ice with his teammates for the first time in nearly a month.
Grabovski, 30, has missed 20 of the last 21 games because of a sprained left ankle and hasn’t taken part in a full practice session since the morning skate Feb. 27 in Florida. Given the length of time Grabovski has been out, he likely would need several practices without a setback before getting back in game action.
Grabovski has missed the last seven games and has only played two minutes of NHL hockey since January 24. This is the first time he has skated with the team since before the February 24th contest that he only lasted two minute in. He remains day-to-day.
Grabovski will miss his second straight game with a sprained left ankle. The ankle injury has held him to just 2:20 TOI in his last nine games. Monitor his status leading up to Wednesday's clash with the Flyers.
Grabovski will not travel to Boston with the team.
Grabovski hurt re-injured his ankle after playing just 2:20 in Thursday's win over the Panthers. Grabo missed the previous eight games with an ankle injury, then aggravated in the first last night. Expect Marcus Johansson to move up into his spot on the second line and Aaron Volpatti to draw in on the fourth line.
Grabovski (ankle) will play on Thursday vs. Florida.
Grabovski missed eight games leading up to the Olympic break, but is ready to return to the lineup tomorrow. Grabo has been held scoreless in his last five games, but sits with 12 goals and 21 assists (33 points) in 49 games this year.