Bouma (upper-body) will return to the Flames’ lineup on Thursday.
Bouma has been sidelined by an upper-body injury since November 5th, but will be back in the lineup in Arizona. Bouma will replace Kris Versteeg, who is dealing with his own upper-body ailment. The heavy-hitting winger has one assist in 13 games this season.
Bouma is out indefinitely with a lower-body injury.
Bouma has only appeared in 11 games this season and he continues to be plagued by injuries. He suffered a laceration to his leg in the third period of Monday’s game and will miss at least a couple of weeks.
Bouma (leg) is practicing for the second straight day.
Bouma has been out since October 13th with a broken fibula, but was on the ice for the second straight day. He is not expected to play until next week at the earliest, but it is a good sign for the Flames that he is nearing a return.
Bouma left Wednesday’s game with a lower-body injury and did not return.
Bouma was spotted leaving the building with crutches and a walking boot, which is obviously not a good sign for Bouma. The big forward played just 7:36 before retiring from the contest. Expect an update on Wednesday.
Bouma missed the final two games of the regular season and missed Monday’s practice as well. His absence suggests that he won’t be available for game 1, but the Flames have an abundance of young forwards on the roster right now, so they’ll have no problem putting a quality product on the ice.