Sutter (sports hernia) is expected to return to the Canucks lineup on Tuesday.
Sutter has been sidelined since November 10th, but is expected to play on Tuesday. Sutter skated on the top line between Daniel Sedin and Jannik Hansen at Monday’s practice, so not only will he return, but he will return as the first line centre. Before getting hurt, Sutter had eight points (4G / 4A) in 16 games.
Sutter will miss 4-6 weeks after undergoing sports hernia surgery.
Sutter has been sidelined since November 12th and now be out until early-to-mid-January. Sutter had eight points (4G / 4A) in 16 games prior to the injury. With Sutter being out for an extended period of time, young centremen Bo Horvat and Jared McCann will continue to log big minutes for the Canucks.
Sutter (undisclosed) did not practice on Friday; questionable for Saturday.
Sutter missed Thursday’s game with an undisclosed injury and was not at practice this morning either, so his status for Saturday’s game remains up in the air. Monitor his status during Saturday’s morning skate.
Sutter (illness) will return to the Penguins lineup on Saturday.
Sutter missed the last two games with the flu, but will be back in tonight vs. Washington. Sutter has 14 points (7G / 7A) in 32 games this season. He will centre the second line with Evgeni Malkin and Patric Hornqvist on his wings.
Sutter tested negative for mumps and has been cleared to return to the team.
Sutter missed the last two games while he was in isolation being tested for mumps. His results came back negative and he can return to the team, which likely means he will be back in the lineup on Saturday vs. the Capitals. Sutter has 14 points (7G / 7A) in 32 games this season.
Sutter has been sent back to Pittsburgh to be tested for mumps.
Sutter will not play on Monday because he has been sent home to be tested for mumps. Sutter will be joined by Thomas Greiss and Steve Downie, who are also being tested for the virus. The Penguins have been hit harder than anyone by the mumps virus and will be down a few more players tonight vs. Florida.
The Penguins have re-signed forward Brandon Sutter to a two-year contract worth $6.6 million.
Sutter, 25, is coming off his best playoff performance to date. He set new career highs in goals (5), assists (2), points (7), shorthanded goals (1) and plus/minus (+7), while his 2:57 average shorthanded time on ice per game ranked second among all Pittsburgh forwards. The 6-foot-3, 190-pound Sutter suited up for 81 of Pittsburgh’s 82 games in 2013-14, tallying 13 goals and 13 assists for 26 points. Sutter played a vital role in the NHL’s No. 5-ranked penalty kill unit (85%), placing second among all Pittsburgh forwards with 2:18 shorthanded minutes per game.