Granlund (wrist) will return to the lineup on Tuesday.
Granlund has been sidelined since December 27th, but will be back in the lineup tonight in Edmonton. After a great sophomore season, 2014-15 has not gone Granlund’s way. He has just 15 points (4G / 11A) in 32 games so far.
Granlund (wrist) is expected to skate with teammates on Saturday and practice on Sunday.
Granlund has been out since undergoing wrist surgery on December 29th. His original timetable was four weeks and he is already two and a half weeks into that. Coach Mike Yeo said he is getting much closer and practicing on Sunday could have him on pace to return before the four-week mark.
Granlund underwent successful wrist surgery and is expected to miss four weeks.
Granlund suffered a broken wrist in Saturday’s loss to the Jets. He underwent surgery this afternoon and is expected to be back in last January/early-February. With Granlund out, Charlie Coyle should see and increased workload.
Granlund’s injury is believed to be wrist related. He will be out at least two weeks and with the week-to-week tag, there will be limited updates on his status until he is close to a return and upgraded to day-to-day.
Granlund is out indefinitely with an upper-body injury.
Granlund left Saturday’s game with an upper-body injury and did not return. He registered one goal and one assist before retiring to the dressing room for the evening. Following Saturday’s contest coach Mike Yeo said that Granlund is out indefinitely.
Granlund (illness) will return to the Wild’s lineup on Tuesday.
Granlund missed Saturday’s game with an illness, but he will be back in tonight vs. the Flyers. He will skate in his regular spot on the top-line with Zach Parise and Thomas Vanek. He has not scored a goal in eight games and has just 13 points (3G / 10A) in 30 games this season.
Granlund (illness) is on the ice for the Wild's morning skate.
Granlund, who missed Saturday’s game with an illness, is skating this morning, but coach Mike Yeo said he needed to see significant improvement in Granlund’s health if he was going to play tonight vs. the Flyers. Monitor his status after the skate.
Granlund missed Saturday’s game with an illness and missing practice this morning suggests that Granlund won’t be available on Tuesday vs. the Flyers. Monitor his status during tomorrow’s morning skate.
Granlund missed Saturday’s game with a stomach virus and is questionable for Tuesday’s game against the Flyers. With Granlund out, Charlie Coyle centred the Wild’s top line, expect to stay the same if Granlund can’t go on Tuesday.
Granlund will replace Charlie Coyle on the Wild's top power-play unit in Game 6.
Granlund is a more skilled and crafty forward than Coyle and should provide a spark to a Wild power-play that has just two goals on 15 opportunities in this series. Granlund has one goal (OT GWG in Game 3) and two assists through the first five games.
Granlund (head) is expected to return for Game 1 on Thursday.
Granlund missed the final six games of the regular season with a head injury, but he is ready to go in game 1 vs. the Avalanche. Tonight, will mark Granlund's NHL playoff debut. He finished the season with eight goals and 33 assists (41 points) in 63 games. Expect him to centre a line with Jason Pominville and Matt Moulson.