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.
Grabovski (leg) is not on the ice for the Capitals morning skate, unlikely to play.
Grabovski played only 6:19 after suffering an apparent leg injury in Friday's 2-1 loss to the Devils. The Capitals are already without Alex Ovechkin, so losing a key pivot like Grabovski would even further their current offensive struggles.
Grabovski (illness) did not travel with the Capitals to Philadelphia, so he will not play tonight.
Grabovski will miss his second straight game because of the flu. This is a tough break for a forward who had been heating up lately, Grabo has two goals and six assists in his last eight games. Expect Martin Erat to continue to centre the second-line while Grabovski is sick.
Grabovski (illness) is not skating this morning after missing Sunday's game.
Grabovski missed Sunday's game with an illness and is questionable for Tuesday's game against the Flyers. If he is unable to go Martin Erat will remain on the second line between Eric Fehr and Troy Brouwer.
Grabovski has moved from the second line to the third line.
Since scoring a hattrick in the season opener, Grabovski has not scored a goal since. He had five points in the first two games, but just one assist in the last five games. Grabo will skate with Jason Chimera and Joel Ward.
Grabovski registered a hat-trick and added an assist in his Capitals debut.
Grabovski looked great in his first game as a Capital. He was featured on their second line and first power-play where he did most of his damage (2 PPG and 3 PPP). It is only the first game, but if Grabovski is available in your league, he would be worth adding.
Washington’s big free agent signing isn’t in camp yet, and the club isn’t sure when he’ll be.
Mikhail Grabovski, who signed a one-year, $3 million deal with the Caps after being bought out by the Leafs, is stuck in Toronto trying to sort out visa issues preventing him from joining his new team in Arlington, Va.
Told #Capitals still waiting for confirmation that Grabovski has accepted their offer but all is pointing in that direction.
Grabovski was bought out by the Leafs this offseason after posting 9 goals and 7 assists in all 48 games. Moving into what should be a high power offense gives him an opportunity to turn it around this season.
The move comes as a bit of a surprise as Grabovski was arguably the Leafs' top Center if Bozak departed. However, it appears more likely that Garbo will find a new home and Bozak could stay put in Toronto.