Bolland (hand) will be a game-time decision on Tuesday.
Bolland has missed the last two games with a hand injury, but it looks like he will be back in the lineup tonight vs. the Flames. With Bolland likely returning to the lineup, Shawn Thornton will take a seat.
Bolland (illness) returned to Panthers practice on Monday.
Bolland has missed the last nine games, mostly due to an upper-body injury, but right when he was set to return he fell victim to the flu. He was back on the ice this morning and he is expected to be back in the lineup for the Panthers game vs.` Winnipeg on Thursday.
Bolland is listed as day-to-day with an upper-body injury. He won’t play tonight, but the Panthers said that the injury is minor. Vincent Trocheck, who was recalled this morning, will replace him in the lineup.
Bolland (lower-body) will miss his seventh straight game on Saturday.
Bolland has been sidelined by a lower-body injury since October 17th. The Panthers free-agent acquisition has yet to record a point in four games with the his new squad. There is no timetable for his return.
Bolland (lower-body) will miss his fourth straight game on Thursday.
Bolland has been sidelined with a lower-body since October 17th. The Panthers offseason signee has yet to record a point in four games and did not skate Wednesday, which suggests he could remain out past Thursday.
Bolland left Friday's game with a lower-body injury and did not return. There is no word on how serious Bolland's injury is, but he will be replaced by Brandon Pirri tonight in Washington.Consider Bolland day-to-day until more details are released.
The Panthers have signed Dave Bolland to a five-year deal worth $27.5 million.
Bolland, 28, had a forgettable one-season in Toronto. Unfortunately, he suffered a severed Achilles tendon which limited him to just 23 games. After one year with the Leafs he hit the free-agent market and signed with the Panthers where he should find himself as a third-line centre behind Aleksander Barkov and Nick Bjugstad.
Bolland is dealing with pain in the area where he had surgery to repair a severed tendon in his ankle. One would think maybe the Maple Leafs and Bolland rushed his return if he is dealing with significant pain in that surgically repaired area. If Bolland does not play tonight, expect him to be shut down for the rest of the season.
Bolland (ankle) has been activated from IR ahead of his return tonight in Toronto.
Bolland brings Stanley Cup experience to the Maple Leafs' lineup and will also solidify their third line. His return allows head coach Randy Carlyle to roll all four lines ore effectively, but don't expect Bolland to be flying around the ice tonight, this is a very difficult injury to come back from.