Eaves (ankle) will be back in the Stars lineup on Tuesday.
Eaves has been out since December 2nd with an ankle injury, which cost him exactly eight weeks. He will be back in tonight and is expected to start on the Stars’ top line with Tyler Seguin and Jamie Benn. Prior to getting hurt, Eaves had three goals and five assists in 19 games.
Eaves, who was listed as out indefinitely, did not require surgery on his injured ankle. He will miss one to two months, so don’t expect to see him back in the lineup until mid-January at the earliest.
Eaves is out indefinitely with a broken bone in his foot.
Eaves was injured while blocking a shot in Tuesday’s loss to the Maple Leafs. The veteran forward will be “out for awhile” according to coach Ruff, who also added that the injury is “pretty bad”. The Stars have called up Curtis McKenzie.
The Stars have placed Patrick Eaves on injured reserve.
Eaves left Tuesday’s game with a lower-body injury and did not return. The injury must be rather serious if the Stars placed him on IR immediately. With Eaves on IR, the Stars have recalled Curtis McKenzie.
The Stars signed Patrick Eaves to a one-year deal worth $650K.
Eaves scored two goals with three assists in 23 games with the Red Wings last season. In eight games with Grand Rapids (AHL), he had six points (4G / 2A). Eaves provides the Stars with a little more depth up-front, but he will not be fantasy relevant.
The Red Wings have traded Patrick Eaves, Calle Jarnkrok and a third-round pick to the Predators for David Legwand.
Eaves had served as a healthy scratch in the last four games with Detroit and will now fight for playing time in Nashville. He has two goals and three assists in 25 games with the Red Wings this season. The Red Wings moved Eaves to open up a spot on the roster for Legwand's arrival.
The Red WIngs have recalled Patrick Eaves from Grand Rapids (AHL).
Eaves failed to record a point in three games with the Red Wings before getting sent down. Eaves was placed on waivers but went unclaimed, in his time with Grand Rapids he had four goals and two assists in eight games.
Eaves has cleared waivers and been assigned to Grand Rapids (AHL).
Eaves has not played in the AHL since 2005-06. He has 27 goals and 24 assists (51 points) in five seasons with the Red Wings. They are pressed up against the cap and Eaves is just a victim of a numbers game.
Eaves has been activated from IR and will make his season debut on Tuesday.
“Eaves will be playing,” Red Wings head coach Mike Babcock said. “He’s smart and he shoots the puck cause we don’t shoot the puck I need someone to shoot the puck and I need someone smart. If he’s looking at the bigger picture and if he’s looking for a larger chunk of cheese there’s lots out there cause lots of guys have left it out there for him.”