Dano (lower-body) will travel on the upcoming road trip but is not expected to play.
Dano has been sidelined by a lower-body injury since December 29th, but is nearing a return to the Jets’ lineup. The 22-year-old had 10 points (3G / 7A) in 28 games before getting hurt and how much he practices on the road trip will indicate how close he is to returning.
The Jets have placed Marko Dano (lower-body) on IR.
Jets’ head coach Paul Maurice indicated on Thursday that Dano would likely miss a few weeks with a lower-body injury that he suffered last night. With his move to IR, the Jets used that roster spot to call-up Andrew Copp, who was just sent down.
Dano (lower-body) is expected to miss a few weeks.
Dano left Thursday’s game with a lower-body injury and did not return. Head coach Paul Maurice said post-game that Dano will undergo tests on Friday but isn’t optimistic. Dano will likely miss some time and if that’s the case expect them to recall a forward before Saturday’s game.
Dano left Tuesday’s game with a face injury and did not return.
Dano’s face was pretty carved up in Tuesday’s game and forced him to leave and not return. Dano tweeted a picture of his face post-game and seemed to be in good spirits, which bodes well for his availability for Thursday’s game.
The Jets have recalled Marko Dano from Manitoba (AHL).
The Jets placed Bryan Little on IR to make room for Dano, who has picked up two assists in six games with Manitoba this season. Dano spent some time with the Jets last year, picking up eight points (4G / 4A) in 21 games.
Dano (undisclosed) is expected to draw back into the Jets lineup on Tuesday.
Dano missed Sunday's game with an undisclosed injury, but skated on the second line in the Jets pre-game skate and is expected to return to the lineup vs. the Canucks tonight. Dano has three goals and two assists in his last six games.
The Jets acquired Marko Dano, a 2016 1st round pick and a conditional draft pick from the Blackhawks for Andrew Ladd, Jay Harrison and Matt Fraser.
Dano, 21, was the 27th overall pick in 2013 and was acquired by the Blackhawks in the summer as a part of the Brandon Saad deal. He only appeared in 13 games with the Blackhawks, collecting one goal and one assist. He spent the majority of the season with Rockford (AHL), where he had 23 points (4G / 19A) in 34 games, but he is expected to report to the Jets.
The Blackhawks have reassigned Marko Dano to Rockford (AHL).
Dano has been a healthy scratch in the last four games and only has one goal and one assist in 13 games this season. Dano will work on his game with Rockford after basically losing his roster spot to Bryan Bickell.
The Blackhawks have recalled Marko Dano from Rockford (AHL).
Dano, 20, has seven points (1G / 6A) in nine games with Rockford. Dano’s recall means that the young forward could make his Blackhawks debut on Monday vs. the Kings. He has 21 points (8G / 13A) in 35 career NHL games.
The Blackhawks have cut Marko Dano and sent him back to Rockford (AHL).
Dano was expected to crack the Blackhawks opening night roster and was expected to produce this season. He had 21 points (8G / 13A) in 35 games with the Blue Jackets last year, but will start the year in Rockford.