Kadri will return from his four-game suspension on Saturday.
Kadri has served his four game suspension and he is expected to be in the lineup tonight vs. the Senators. Kadri has two goals and twos assists in his last 10 games. Kadri is expected to centre the second line with Joffrey Lupul and David Booth on his wings.
Kadri was suspended for four games for an elbow to the head of Oilers forward Matt Fraser on Monday. The suspension will keep him out of the lineup until next Saturday vs. the Senators. With Peter Holland still out with a lower-body injury, the Leafs will likely recall a centre.
Kadri will be a healthy scratch for the next two games.
Kadri was scratched from Monday's game against the Islanders and he will also be a healthy scratch in tonight's game vs. Buffalo and Friday's game in Calgary. It was speculated that Kadri was scratched because he was late for a team meeting, but Leafs president Brendan Shanahan said "there's more to this [then being late for a meeting]."
Kadri will be a healthy scratch on Monday vs. New York.
Kadri was sent home on Sunday after showing up late for a team meeting. Kadri said he “slept in” which is why he missed the team meeting. He will take a seat tonight with Brandon Kozun drawing in for him. Peter Holland will centre the second line with Kadri in the press box.
Kadri (lower-body) is on the ice for pre-game warmups; expected to play.
Kadri was listed as a game-time decision, but he is on the ice for warmups, so it looks like he will play. He has missed the last two games, but should return tonight on the top line with Phil Kessel and Daniel Winnik in the first game under new head coach Peter Horachek.
Kadri (lower-body) will be a game-time decision on Wednesday.
Kadri took line rushes on the Maple Leafs top-line in today’s morning skate and interim head coach Peter Horachek says he is hopeful that he will have Kadri in the lineup tonight. Monitor his status during warmups.
Kadri (lower-body) is probable for Wednesday’s game vs. Washington.
Kadri is on the ice for the second straight day and is taking line rushes on the top-line with Phil Kessel and Daniel Winnik. Kadri has missed the last two games, but it appears as if he will return ahead of schedule and get back in tonight vs. the Capitals. He has 24 points (11G / 13A) in 38 games this season.
Kadri (lower-body) was a full participant in Tuesday’s practice.
Kadri was expected to miss 7-10 days which would have suggested that he would miss tomorrow’s game but his full availability this morning is a good sign he should play. He skated on the second line with Mike Santorelli and Daniel Winnik this morning.
Kadri will miss 7-10 days with an undisclosed injury.
Kadri was held out of last night’s game and won’t play tonight in Winnipeg because of an undisclosed injury. He is likely in danger of missing a third game next Wednesday, but could be back for Friday’s clash with the Blue Jackets.