Hossa (lower-body) is questionable to travel to New Jersey for Friday's game.
Hossa is not expected to travel with the team to New Jersey, which means he will remain in Chicago and receive treatment. The Blachawks return home to play the Oilers on Sunday—monitor Hossa’s status leading up to that game.
Hossa will miss his second straight game with a lower-body concern, that is still not believed to be overly serious. With Hossa out, Ryan Garbutt will continue to skate on Jonathan Toews’ wing. Hossa is day-to-day.
Hossa (lower-body) did not take part in the morning skate.
Hossa is dealing with a lower-body injury and his absence from the morning skate suggests that he will miss tonight’s game vs. the Kings. With Hossa out, the Blackhawks have recalled Ryan Hartman and Marko Dano, but Ryan Garbutt is expected to take his spot on the top line.
Hossa (lower-body) is questionable for Monday’s game.
Hossa suffered a lower-body injury on Friday vs. the Wild. He missed Sunday’s practice and is questionable for Monday’s game, but the injury is not believed to be serious. With Hossa likely out, the Blackhawks have recalled Ryan Hartman.
Hossa missed the morning skate, but will play Monday.
Hossa missed the morning skate, but will be in the lineup on Monday vs. the Hurricanes. He will skate on the top line with Jonathan Toews and Kris Versteeg. Hossa has seven goals, five assists (12 points) and 32 shots in his last 11 games.
Hossa (upper-body) says he will "most likely" play on Sunday.
Hossa has missed the last five games, but it sounds like he will be back in the lineup tomorrow vs. the Red Wings. He skated on the top line with Kris Versteeg and Jonathan Toews in practice this morning, so expect to see them together tomorrow.
Hossa (upper-body) will not play tonight, targeting Sunday or Tuesday for a return.
Hossa will miss his fifth straight game tonight, but is hoping to be back on Sunday vs. the Red Wings. He is 11 days into a 2-3 week timeframe, so a return Sunday would be ahead of schedule, good news for the Blackhawks.
Hossa (upper-body) is taking part in the Blackhawks morning skate.
Hossa served as a spot-holder on the Blackhawks fourth line for Brandon Bollig. However, it is a good sign that Hossa was able to get back onto the ice. He is 11 days into his recovery from an upper-body injury that is expected to keep him sidelined for 2-3 weeks. Chicago could have Hossa back in their lineup by next week.
Hossa left Saturday's outdoor game against the Penguins after playing just 4:18 and did not return. There is no word on the nature of Hossa's upper-body injury, but it will cost him the next couple of weeks. The Blackhawks will likely recall a forward in the next few days.