Franzen (concussion) will be a game-time decision tonight.
Red Wings head coach Mike Babcock says he thinks that Franzen is good-to-go, but he will wait until pre-game warmups to determine whether he is in or not. If he does play, he will skate on a line with Pavel Datsyuk and Todd Bertuzzi.
Franzen (concussion) will play tonight, barring a setback at the morning skate.
Franzen was medically cleared to play on Tuesday, but GM Ken Hollland confirmed that he will play vs. the Canadiens, unless something unforeseen happens in the morning skate. Franzen has missed 23 of the last 24 games and will be vital to the Red Wings success down the stretch.
Franzen (concussion) has been cleared to play, but a decision will be made after Wednesday's morning skate.
Franzen has missed 23 of the last 24 games. Head coach Mike Babcock will evaluate his lineup tomorrow morning and an update on Franzen will be released following the morning skate. Franzen has nine goals and 14 assists (23 points) in 31 games this season.
Franzen (concussion) said he believes he will be ready to play on Wednesday.
Franzen has missed 23 of the last 24 games with a concussion. He returned for a single game on January 26 vs. Florida, but missed the next six games with lingering concussion-like symptoms. Getting Franzen back would be huge for the Red Wings who will be without Henrik Zetterberg for the next eight weeks.
Franzen will not go to Sochi with Team Sweden because of concussion symptoms.
This is bad news for Sweden, but good news for the Red Wings and Franzen owners. This gives Franzen an extra couple of weeks to recover from his lingering concussion symptoms. He will likely be good-to-go following the Olympic break.
The Red Wings have placed Johan Franzen on IR with concussion-like symptoms.
Franzen played just one game after returning from a concussion. This is terrible news for the Red Wings who will be without Franzen, Pavel Datsyuk and Henrik Zetterberg tonight in Philadelphia. Their top-6 tonight will consist of five players who played with Grand Rapids (AHL) last season.
Franzen (concussion) will return to the Red Wings lineup tonight.
Franzen has missed 16 games with a concussion. He will play on a line with Darren Helm and Daniel Alfredsson, a pair of players who returned this week from injuries, as the Red Wings seek their third consecutive victory. Franzen had 17 points (seven goals, 10 assists) in his past 17 games and totalled nine goals and 13 assists (22 points) in 30 games this season.
Franzen (concussion) said he's still experiencing dizziness and doesn't feel good.
Franzen's status for Thursday's game vs. the Rangers remains uncertain. Franzen has already missed 11 games after being concussed on December 15. The Red Wings are patiently waiting for Franzen, Pavel Datsyuk and Darren Helm to return, but it does not look like that will happen on Thursday.
Franzen (concussion) has been cleared to practice.
Franzen has missed the last eight games after being concussed on December 15. He will not play on Thursday but could return on Saturday. If not Saturday the Red Wings are also in action on Sunday, monitor his status as the weekend approaches.
Franzen is going through concussion tests after leaving Sunday's game following a hit from Radko Gudas. This is a brutal break for the Red Wings who are now with Franzen, Henrik Zetterberg, Gustav Nyquist, Darren Helm, Stephen Weiss and Justin Abdelkader.
Franzen (undisclosed) confirms he will play tonight.
Franzen missed the last four games with an illness and an undisclosed injury. The Red Wings need more from Franzen. They rely on him to score goals and so far he has just two in 13 games. Hopefully for Detroit and his fantasy owners, he rediscovers that scoring touch that was once a highly coveted fantasy asset.
Franzen won't say what is ailing him but said he is ready to play tomorrow.
Franzen has missed the last four games and five of the last six games with an illness. He was skating on the Red Wings second line with Daniel Alfredsson and Darren Helm in Monday's practice. Franzen has struggled to two goals and three assists in 13 games.