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.