Burakovsky (hand) will not travel on the Capitals’ three-game California road trip.
Burakovsky has been sidelined since February 9th and will remain in Washington to skate while the team goes to California for a three-game trip. Monitor his status leading up to next Tuesday’s game vs. the Wild.
The Capitals placed Andre Burakovsky (hand) on IR.
Burakovsky has been sidelined by a hand injury since February 9th and was placed on IR on Thursday in order to recall Riley Barber from Hershey (AHL). Burakovsky is expected to be sidelined until mid-March.
Burakovsky (hand) will be out until mid-to-late March.
Burakovsky suffered a hand injury while blocking a Brendan Smith shot last night and will miss at least one month as a result. Chandler Stephenson will replace Burakovsky on Saturday, but Jakub Vrana will likely be the long-term option because he is a nearly identical player to Burakovsky.
Burakovsky is day-to-day with a hand injury suffered on Thursday.
Burakovsky suffered a hand injury while blocking a Brendan Smith shot during the Capitals’ win over the Red Wings on Thursday. With Burakovsky out, Chandler Stephenson will draw into the lineup on Saturday.
Burakovsky will slide back in on the Capitals top-line.
Burakovsky was a healthy scratch on Sunday, but will be back in the lineup tonight vs. Pittsburgh. He played a career-high 18:10 TOI in his last game, so he could be in line for big minutes again tonight. His first-line status certainly makes him an intriguing one-day fantasy option.