Hossa (knee) will return to the Blackhawks lineup in Game 1.
Hossa missed the final three games of the regular season and will be in the lineup for Game 1 on Wednesday. Hossa had a down season, posting a just 13 goals and 20 assists (33 points) in 64 games, but has averaged 0.73 points per game in his last three playoff appearances.
Hossa (knee) is questionable for Tuesday’s game; expected to be ready for the playoffs.
Hossa suffered a left knee injury in Sunday’s win over the Bruins. Hossa could be in trouble missing the Blackhawks remaining three games, but head coach Joel Quenneville said he expects to have Hossa back in time for the playoffs.
Hossa missed Thursday’s practice and will be held out of the lineup in Winnipeg on Friday. With Hossa out, Tomas Fleischmann will skate on the top line. Hossa is day-to-day and questionable to return on Sunday.
Hossa has been out since February 13th, but will return to the lineup tonight after missing nearly one month with a leg injury. Hossa has 10 goals and 18 assists (28 points) in 54 games this season. He will skate on the Blackhawks’ top line with Jonathan Toews and Andrew Ladd.
Hossa (upper-body) will not play on Tuesday in Dallas; hopeful to be back after the break.
Hossa was a late scratch in the Blackhawks win over the Sharks on Sunday. With Hossa out, Brandon Mashinter shifted back into the lineup and Andrew Shaw took Hossa’s spot on Toews line. The Blackhawks will hold him out of Tuesday’s game so that he can get back to full health over the Christmas break.
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.