Trouba will not play on Tuesday; could play on Thursday.
Trouba was back on the ice with the Jets on Tuesday after signing a two-year deal on Monday. The blur liner skated as an extra and will be scratched on Tuesday, but head coach Paul Maurice said Trouba could play as early as Thursday.
The Jets have signed Jacob Trouba to a two-year deal worth $6 million ($3.0M AAV).
After holding out of training camp and the first month of the season, the Jets were finally able to sign restricted free agent Jacob Trouba to a two-year deal. Trouba is regarded as one of the best young defenseman in the NHL and signing him is huge for the Jets' success in 2016-17. Trouba had 21 points (6G / 15A) in 81 games with the Jets last season.
Trouba missed Friday’s practice with an upper-body injury, which foreshadowed his absence from the lineup tonight. With Trouba out and listed as day-to-day, Josh Morrissey has been recalled from Manitoba (AHL) and will make his NHL debut on Saturday.
Trouba suffered a broken hand in the first round vs. Anaheim.
Had the Winnipeg Jets advanced into the second round of the playoffs, Trouba might not have been in the lineup. The team revealed on Friday that the defenceman broke a bone in his left hand in Game 2.Trouba, who is set to undergo surgery, told reporters he could only use two fingers on his left hand after Game 2.
The Jets have activated Jacob Trouba (upper-body) from IR; will play tonight.
Trouba has missed the last 16 games with an upper-body injury, but will return tonight vs. the Blue Jackets. Trouba has registered 12 points (4G / 8A) with a plus-3 rating in 31 games before getting hurt. He will replace Mark Stuart in tonight’s lineup.
Trouba (upper-body) looks like he will be back in on Wednesday.
Trouba is taking part in the Jets’ morning skate and he is paired with Jay Harisson, which is a good sign that he will be activated from IR and will play tonight. Expect an update after the game day skate.
Trouba (upper-body) will be a game-time decision on Wednesday.
Trouba was a full participant in practice on Tuesday and said after the skate that when he returns will be up to coach Paul Maurice. Trouba’s return would be a huge boost to a Jets team who currently sit in playoff spot in the West.
Trouba (upper-body) was a full participant in Jets practice on Tuesday.
For the first time since suffering an upper-body injury back on December 13th, Trouba took line rushes in practice this morning. This is a positive sign that Trouba could be available for tomorrow’s game vs. the Blue Jackets. However, with the All Star break looming, the Jets could elect to rest Trouba for another week.
Trouba (upper-body) took part in the Jets morning skate; won’t play tonight though.
Trouba, who is supposed to be out until February, skated in a regular jersey at the Jets morning skate. Ditching the no-contact sweater is a good sign that Trouba is nearing a return and that he could be back before February.
Trouba, who missed practice on Monday was listed as “probable” but will now apparently miss at least the next month and a half. The Jets blue line has been decimated, they head into Tuesday’s game without Trouba, Zach Bogosian and Tobias Enstrom, their three biggest minute eaters.