Helm (separated shoulder) returned to practice on Tuesday.
Helm, who suffered a separated shoulder on the first day of training camp was expected to miss 2-4 weeks. Today marks the two and a half week mark which means he should probably make his season debut next week.
Helm will miss 2-4 weeks with a separated shoulder.
Helm suffered a grade 1 slight separated shoulder in the first day of training camp on Thursday. Helm has had a difficult time staying healthy throughout his career and this is not the way he wanted to start his 2015-16 season. If he misses just two weeks, he could be ready for the Red Wings season opener, but if he misses four weeks he would miss the first four or five games of the Red Wings’ season.
Helm (oblique) is expected to miss the next two games.
Helm has missed the last three games and he will miss a fourth straight tonight when the Red Wings take on the Oilers. Helm has been skating, but not with the team. He is expected to miss the Wings’ two games during the week, but could be back for their back-to-back on the weekend.
Helm has an oblique strain; will miss about one week.
Helm is expected to miss at least the next three games with an oblique strain. However, Red Wings GM Ken Holland said that Helm’s injury is not serious. He will be replaced by the recently acquired Erik Cole.
The oft-injured Helm has played in all 61 games this season, but it looks like he is going to be out for “a bit of time” according to the Red Wings general manager Ken Holland. He will have an MRI tomorrow to determine the nature and severity of the upper-body injury.
Helm (concussion) will be a game-time decision on Saturday.
Helm confirmed that he would be in the lineup tomorrow afternoon, but Mike Babcock was less committal about Helm playing. Coach Babcock said that Helm will take pre-game warmups and then they will see how Helm feels before deciding if he plays. He would centre the fourth line with Cory Emmerton and Landon Ferraro on his wings with Teemu Pulkkinen taking a seat.
Helm (concussion) is expecting to return to the Red Wings lineup next week.
Helm participated in his first team practice since getting concussed this morning. Helm acknowledged that it is difficult to put a timeframe on a concussion, but hopes to be back next week. Look for him to return on Tuesday vs. the Maple Leafs or Thursday vs. the Penguins.
Helm will be out at least another week with concussion-like symptoms.
Helm said he hit his head on the ice in Ottawa last Thursday and left Tuesday's game early with headaches. Helm will miss at least the next three games, the Red Wings are hoping that he is not sidelined for longer.
Helm is battling headaches and will be shutdown for a few days.
Helm was injured in Tuesday's loss to the Devils and will not play Thursday or Friday. Thankfully for Detroit they were able to acquire David Legwand at the deadline who will step-in and fill-in at centre.