Perreault (thumb) will return to the Jets' lineup on Thursday.
Perreault has missed the last three games with broken thumb, but is ready to return to the Jets’ lineup in Dallas. Perreault will replace Brandon Tanev in the lineup and skate on the fourth line with Nic Petan and Chris Thorburn. The veteran winger has just four goals with 12 assists (16 points) in 36 games this season.
Perrault (thumb) will travel to St. Louis, but won’t play Tuesday.
Perreault will miss his third straight game with a broken thumb that he suffered last Monday vs. the Ducks. Perreault is close to returning, but it won’t come Tuesday vs. the Blues. Monitor his status leading up to Thursday’s game in Dallas.
The Jets have placed Mathieu Perreault (undisclosed) on IR.
Perreault was hurt in the Jets’ loss to the Ducks on Monday. He was slashed by Corey Perry and is out indefinitely with an undisclosed injury. His move to IR was simply a formality in order to make room for them to recall Brian Strait.
Perreault (undisclosed) is expected to return to the Jets’ lineup on Thursday.
Perreault has missed the last 14 games with an undisclosed injury, but he declared himself fit to play on Thursday. Head coach Paul Maurice did not confirm that he would return, but said that he will play if all goes well during Thursday’s morning skate.
The Jets have placed Mathieu Perreault (upper-body) on IR.
Perreault has missed the last five games with an upper-body injury and his movement to IR means that he will miss a sixth straight game on Sunday. The move also create a roster spot for the Jets to recall Quinton Howden from Manitoba (AHL).
Perreault (upper-body) left Thursday’s game; questionable for Friday’s game in Detroit.
Perreault left Thursday’s game after playing 12:02 and did not return. The Jets will not hold a morning skate prior to Friday’s game, so there won’t be an update on Perreault’s status until around 5 p.m. ET when head coach Paul Maurice addresses the media.
The Jets signed Mathieu Perreault to a four-year deal worth $16.5 million ($4.125M AAV).
After posting 18 goals in back-to-back seasons, Perreault’s nine goals in 2015-16 was disappointing. In his first two years with the Jets he has posted back-to-back 41-point seasons and should be expected to be back in that range again in 2016-17.
Perreault left Sunday’s game after playing just 13:12 TOI and did not return. Perreault is out for the foreseeable future with a concussion and with just 10 games left in the season, his year is in danger of being over.
Perreault will be held out of Tuesday’s game with a lower-body injury that he suffered against New Jersey on Saturday. He is listed as day-to-day, so he could be back immediately following the All-Star break.