Faulk (lower-body) not expected to play Tuesday; could play by then end of the week.
Faulk has missed the last three games and is expected to miss his fourth consecutive game on Tuesday. Faulk’s loss is huge for the Hurricanes, so potentially getting him back at the end of the week is huge news for the Canes and Faulk owners alike.
Faulk got hurt in the Hurricanes’ last game before the break and will miss at least a few weeks. This is a huge blow for the Hurricanes and will get Ryan Murphy back in the lineup with Faulk sidelined.
Faulk (upper-body) not expected to play Tuesday; will likely play on Friday.
Faulk has missed the last three games with an upper-body injury, but he appears to be on-track to return on Friday. Head coach Bill Peters has not ruled Faulk out for Tuesday, but it doesn’t seem likely that he will play until later this week.
Faulk was injured in Sunday’s game vs. the Devils and will likely miss at least two weeks with an upper-body injury. With Faulk out, Jaccob Slavin and Brett Pesce will make up the Hurricanes’ top-pair. Noah Hanifin should take over Faulk’s duties on the top power-play unit.
Faulk (undisclosed) did not travel to New Jersey; will miss Monday’s game.
Faulk left Sunday’s game vs. the Devils with an undisclosed injury and it will keep him out of Monday’s game. Faulk is arguably the Hurricanes’ most important player, so this is a huge loss. Consider him day-to-day until more information on his injury is released.
Faulk (leg) is not expected to play Thursday in Toronto.
Faulk limped off of the ice during Wednesday’s practice and will miss his seventh game of the Hurricanes’ last eight. His leg injury has not progressed like the Hurricanes’ had hoped, so he’ll sit tonight in Toronto. Michal Jordan is expected to be back in the lineup for Faulk.