Hudler missed the Stars’ practice on Monday and is doubtful for Tuesday’s game in Nashville. Hudler has no points or shots and is a minus-3 in his first two games with the Stars. Monitor his status during the Stars' morning skate.
The Stars signed Jiri Hudler to a one-year deal worth $2 million.
Hudler had a career-year in 2014-15, picking up 31 goals and 45 assists (76 points), but struggled to come close to repeating those numbers last season. He had 35 points (10G / 25A) in 53 games with the Flames before being traded to the Panthers at the deadline—he added 11 points in 19 games with Florida. He now signs with Dallas, where he figures to battle with some of their young forwards for a top-6 role.
The Panthers have acquired Jiri Hudler from the Flames for a 2016 second round pick and a 2018 fourth round pick.
Hudler, 32, has had a down season after posted a career-high 76 points (31G / 45A) in 78 games last season. He has 10 goals and 25 assists (35 points) in 53 games this season and now he heads to Florida where he will be part of a Stanley Cup bid before becoming a free agent this summer. Look for him to play on a line with Nick Bjugstad.
Hudler (groin) will be back in the Flames lineup on Tuesday.
Hudler missed Saturday’s game and four of the last five, but he will play tonight in New Jersey. Hudler will skate on the third line with Markus Granlund and Mason Raymond and should see some power play time.
Hudler (groin) will return to the Flames lineup on Wednesday.
Hudler has missed the last three games with a groin injury, but he will be back in the lineup on Wednesday. Hudler, who has had a tough season, will skate on the second line. He heads into Wednesday with 20 points (5G / 15A) in 35 games.
Hudler (lower-body) will not be in the lineup on Tuesday.
Hudler left Saturday’s game with a lower-body injury. He did not skate on Monday and definitely will not play on Tuesday. He will be reevaluated on Monday afternoon and more information on his injury should be released in the next 24 hours.
Hudler was a late scratch on Thursday due to an illness.
Jonas Hiller was reportedly dealing with the flu earlier in the week and then Hudler and Karri Ramo were both late scratches on Thursday, so it sounds like the flu is making it's way through the Flames locker room. Hudler is day-to-day, monitor his status prior to Saturday's game vs. the Rangers.
Hudler (illness) will be back in the lineup on Friday.
Hurdler missed the last two games with an illness, but will be back in the lineup on Friday. Hudler has struggled in the first quarter of the season, scoring just four goals with nine assists (13 points) and a minus-7 game in 20 games.
Hudler (illness) will miss his second straight game.
Hudler was listed as questionable after Monday’s practice, but he will sit tonight, which means that Mason Raymond will continue to skate on the Flames’ top line. After tonight the Flames are off until Friday, so look for Hudler to play then.