Eaves (lower-body) is questionable for Tuesday’s game.
Eaves missed Saturday’s game with a lower-body injury and it looks like he will miss his second straight game on Tuesday. The Stars are dealing with a bunch of injuries up front, so expect them to recall a few forwards from Texas (AHL).
The Stars have re-signed Patrick Eaves to a one-year deal worth $1 million.
Eaves, 32, has had a difficult time staying healthy during his two-year tenure with the Stars, missing a total of 63 games over that span. Despite missing a tonne of time, he has been a versatile forward, moving up and down the Stars lineup and collecting 25 goals and 19 assists (44 points) in 101 games.
The Stars have placed Patrick Eaves (lower-body) on injured reserve.
Eaves was moved to the Stars’ top line on Tuesday but he suffered a lower-body injury and did not return. Eaves has been moved to IR to create a roster opening to recall Curtis McKenzie. With Eaves out, Patrick Sharp may be moved up to the top line with Tyler Seguin and Jamie Benn.
Eaves left Friday’s game with a head injury and did not return.
Eaves was hit in the head by a shot from teammate John Klingberg. He was down the ice for a few minutes before being helped to the locker room. Eaves was then taken to the hospital for x-rays. Coach Lindy Ruff said he should know more on Saturday but it looks like Eaves is going to “miss some time.”
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.