Mitchell (hip) will make his season debut on Friday.
Mitchell has missed the first five games of the season with a hip flexor injury, but will play tonight vs. the Jets. Mitchell will replace Cody McLeod in the lineup and is expected to skate with Andreas Martinsen and Joe Colborne.
Mitchell (hip) will not travel to Pittsburgh for Monday’s game.
Mitchell was expected to be in the Avs’ lineup in their season opener on Saturday, but was a late scratch will likely miss at least the next two games. Colorado has a back-to-back in Pittsburgh and Washington on Monday and Tuesday, so don’t look for Mitchell in either contest.
Mitchell (oblique) is not expected to play on Tuesday.
Mitchell missed four games with an oblique injury in early November, played the last two games but will come back out of the lineup tonight in Toronto. With Mitchell out, Chris Wagner, who was claimed off of waivers will make his Avalanche debut.
Mitchell (oblique) will be a game-time decision on Thursday.
Mitchell missed the last four games with an oblique injury, but he will be back in the lineup tonight in Boston. Mitchell is expected to replace Ben Street in the lineup. Mitchell has four goals in 11 games this season.
Mitchell returned to the Avalanche lineup on Saturday, but only played 4:13 before suffering a leg injury and retiring to the dressing room for the night. He will miss all three games the Avs have this week, but he could be back next Tuesday vs. Nashville.
Mitchell (leg) is expected to return to the lineup on Saturday.
Mitchell has missed the last three games with a leg injury that he suffered last Thursday. He was on the ice for Avalanche practice on Friday and Paul Carey was sent back to the AHL, both signs that Mitchell should be back tomorrow vs. Dallas.
Mitchell suffered an apparent leg injury during Friday’s practice and will not play on Saturday vs. the Hurricanes. The Avalanche are severely banged up right now and that will push Daniel Briere into the top-6.
Mitchell (concussion-like symptoms) will make his season debut on Thursday.
Mitchell has not played in an NHL game since April 10th due to concussion-like symptoms, but he will centre the Avalanche fourth line tonight in Ottawa. The Avs will ease him back him, but the idea is that he will eventually be back in his usual spot as the third line pivot.
Mitchell (concussion) is unlikely to play in the first round.
Mitchell missed the final two games of the regular season and likely will not play in the first round vs. Minnesota. Mitchell had scored two goals with four assists in seven games since returning from a back injury.
Mitchell (back) will be back in the lineup on Saturday.
Mitchell has missed the last four games after a frightening collision with the boards that turned Mitchell into a human lawn-chair on March 18th. Mitchell is still sore but ready to go, after a week of having trouble getting out of bed and getting into a car. He will return to the third line, and the Avs will go back to 12 forwards and four complete lines.