Haula (upper-body) did not practice Monday; questionable for Tuesday.
Haula was injured early in the Wild’s win over the Coyotes on Saturday. On Monday, the Wild recalled Pat Cannone to take Haula’s spot in the lineup, a sign that the two-way centre will not play on Tuesday.
Haula (lower-body) is expected to be out for another 7-to-10 days.
Haula has missed the last five games with a lower-body injury and is expected to miss at least another week. Expect the Wild to recall a centre from Iowa to fill-in for the injured Zac Dalpe until Haula is ready to play.
Haula (undisclosed) missed Sunday and Monday’s practices; expected to be ready for Game 1.
Haula missed his second straight practice with an undisclosed injury, but head coach John Torchetti said that he “likes Haula’s chances” of playing in Game 1. Haula was on a tear in March, but has been held off of the scoresheet for the last four games. He finished the year with 14 goals and 20 assists (34 points) in 76 games.
Haula will draw back into the Wild lineup on Tuesday.
Haula has served as a healthy scratch for the last three games, but he will get back into the lineup, likely for Jarret Stoll on Tuesday. Haula has just two goals and two assists (four points) in 28 games this season.
Haula missed Tuesday’s game in Pittsburgh but will play tonight in Boston. Haula leads all Wild forwards in penalty killing and plays just 00:19 per game on the power-play, so his fourth line, defensive role limits his fantasy value.