Karlsson (lower-body) will return to the Sharks’ lineup on Tuesday.
Karlsson has missed the last eight games with a lower-body injury, but will return to the lineup tonight vs. the Rangers. Karlsson will replace Logan Couture, who is out with a face injury. Karlsson will skate on the second line with Patrick Marleau and Mikkel Boedker.
Karlsson (ankle) will return to the Sharks’ lineup on Tuesday.
Karlsson has missed the last seven games with an ankle injury, but will be back in the lineup tonight vs. the Coyotes. Karlsson will replace Matt Nieto and comes in with four points (2G / 2A) in 15 games.
Karlsson (ankle) is day-to-day; doubtful for Tuesday’s game.
Karlsson was hurt in Saturday’s game in Tampa Bay, but X-rays on his ankle came back negative. It looks like he avoided a serious injury, but he still isn’t expected to be in the lineup on Tuesday. If Karlsson can’t play, expect Michael Haley to re-enter the lineup.
Kraals' missed Sunday's game with the flu; questionable for Tuesday in Los Angeles.
Karlsson was scratched from Sunday’s game because of the flu and he is in danger of missing Tuesday’s contest. With Karlsson out, the Sharks went with seven defensemen. Monitor his status prior to Tuesday’s game.
The Sharks recalled Melker Karlsson from San Jose (AHL) on Monday.
Karlsson missed the start of the season with a lower-body injury, but has recorded two assists in four games since returning from his injury. Karlsson, who was the Sharks’ rookie of the year last season, skated with Tommy Wingels and Matt Nieto on the third line in Monday’s practice, so look for him to make his season debut on Tuesday.