Grossmann is day-to-day with an upper-body injury.
Grossmann suffered an upper-body injury on Saturday vs. the Rangers. He left after playing just 5:40 TOI and did not return. He was not on the ice for practice today, so it looks like he will be replaced by Carlo Colaiacovo on Tuesday.
Grossmann (shoulder) could return to the lineup on Saturday vs. Toronto.
Grossmann has missed the last nine games with a shoulder injury, but finally appears ready to return to the lineup tomorrow vs. the Maple Leafs. “He looked good today,” coach Berube said. “It’s up in the air yet, I’ve got to see tomorrow.” Monitor his status during Saturday’s morning skate.
Grossmann (upper-body) could be back in the lineup on Thursday.
Grossmann has missed the last eight games with an upper-body injury that he suffered on January 8th. Grossmann was skating with his usual partner, Mark Streit in practice on Wednesday afternoon, which is a sign he will be back in tomorrow.
Grossmann will miss about three weeks with an upper-body injury.
Grossmann suffered the injury in the first period of Thursday’s overtime win vs. the Capitals. He was replaced on the top-pair by Andrew MacDonald this morning. Look for him to be back in the early stages of February.
Grossmann left Thursday’s game with an upper-body injury and did not return.
Grossmann played just 5:46 before retiring to the dressing room for the evening. He missed practice this morning and was replaced by Andrew MacDonald on the Flyers’ top-pair. His status for Saturday’s game is up in the air.
Grossmann (illness) is on the ice for the Flyers morning skate.
Grossmann missed yesterday's practice with a stomach virus, but is back on the ice this morning and should play tonight vs. Anaheim. He has no points with a plus-1 rating while average 18:31 TOI in three games.
Grossmann missed game 5 this afternoon after suffering a lower-body injury in game 4. He awkwardly, feet first into the boards in game 4 and will hold him out of the lineup on Tuesday. Hal Gill played on Sunday, but had a tough afternoon, there is no word if he will play game 6.
Nick Grossmann, arguably the Flyers' top defenseman, probably will miss the remainder of the regular season because of concussion issues, general manager Paul Holmgren said after Wednesday's optional practice in Voorhees.
Grossmann was injured in a collision with a teammate at a March 22 practice. He has missed nine games, during which the Flyers have gone 4-3-2. "He has vestibular issues," Holmgren said, which means that Grossmann is having problems with his balance.