Glencross (ankle) will return to the Flames lineup Wednesday.
Glencross has not played since December 21 because of a high-ankle sprain but will be back in the lineup tonight vs. the Ducks. Glencross will skate on the third like with T.J Galliardi and Brian McGrattan. He had 12 points (6G / 6A) in 21 games before getting injured.
Glencross was on the ice again on Monday as he continues to work his way back from a high-ankle sprain. Glencross has not played since December 21, but will return this week, however it is unknown whether it will be Wednesday, Friday or Saturday.
Glencross suffered a high-ankle sprain after sliding into the boards legs first last Saturday. Glencross missed more than a month when he was injured in December and was only able to skate in six games before landing on IR again.
Glencross (lower-body) left today's game and will not return.
Glencross appeared to twist his knee following a collision with Penguins defenseman Olli Maatta in the first period. He missed over a month earlier in the year with a knee injury, so if it is a problem with the same leg Glencross could be sidelined for a lengthy period of time once again.
Glencross (knee) skated once again today and is questionable for Thursday's contest.
Glencross has been sidelined since November 5 with a knee injury that cost him cost him 15 games. Prior to taking a seat for over a month, Glencross had five goals and four assists in 15 games. He is one of the Flames' better offensive weapons so his return would definitely help offensively.
Glencross (lower-body) has been sent back to Calgary instead of traveling with the team to St. Louis.
Glencross left Tuesday's game and did not return. He only played 12:33 opposed to his usual 18-plus TOI. The Flames will take on the Blues on Thursday, so the fact that Glencross is in Calgary likely means he won't suit up. Consider him day-to-day until the Flames release more information.