Bogosian (upper-body) did not skate at the Jets morning skate, appears he will miss a second straight game.
Bogosian, who was injured on Saturday, missed Monday's game and it looks like he will not be available again tonight in San Jose. Not taking part in the game-day skate is usually a pretty good indicator that he won't be in the lineup.
Bogosian (upper-body) is doubtful for Monday's game vs. Dallas.
Bogosian missed last Wednesday's game but return on Saturday only to play 11:52. Maybe the Jets rushed him back before he was ready, and that looks like it will cost him tonight's game. Paul Postma would enter the lineup.
Bogosian (upper-body) is probable for Saturday's clash with Carolina.
Bogosian was on the ice for the Jets' morning skate and head coach Paul Maurice reiterated that he expects Bogosian to return tonight after being a late scratch in Wednesday's game. Bogo has three goals and eight assists with a plus-3 rating in 54 games this season.
Bogosian (upper-body) was a late scratch in Wednesday's win over the Avalanche.
Head coach Paul Maurice does not believe the injury to Bogosian is serious and expects to have him back on Saturday. Despite not having Bogosian, Ondrej Pavelec and Dustin Byfuglien the Jets were able to squeak out a win over a tough Avs team. All three are expected to be back for Saturday.
Bogosian did not take part in the Jets morning skate.
Not skating this morning would suggest that Bogosian is out tonight. He has skated in the last three games after missing time with a groin injury. If Bogosian can not go then Keaton Ellerby would enter the lineup.
Bogosian (groin) is expected to return to the Jets lineup on Friday.
The 23-year-old defenseman has been out since November 15, but was paired with Tobias Enstrom this morning indicating that he will be in the lineup tomorrow vs. Florida. He has one goal, three assists and a plus-8 rating in 21 games.
Bogosian (groin) skated with the Jets this morning.
Bogosian has been out since October 15 but is feeling better. There is still no timeline for his return, but he has been upgraded to day-to-day. Head coach Claude Noel doesn't expect him to play on this trip.
The Jets have placed Zach Bogosian (lower-body) on injured reserve.
Bogosian missed his third straight contest on Thursday after being injured on November 15. His placement on IR is retroactive to the 15th, which means he is eligible to return whenever he is healthy. No timetable has been established, but he is considered to be closer to week-to-week than day-to-day.
Winnipeg Jets defenceman Zach Bogosian is "week-to-week" with a groin strain, head coach Claude Noel said Sunday.
"He has a moderate groin strain and so he's more week-to-week right now," Noel told reporters Sunday morning. "That's pretty much where he's at. How many weeks? We'll just deal with week-to-week. We have to see how it progresses and stuff like that." Bogosian was hurt during the second period of Winnipeg's 3-2 shootout win over Philadelphia Friday evening. With Bogosian out, defenceman Zach Redmond made his first regular-season NHL appearance since he suffered a horrifying cut to his femoral artery during practice on Feb. 21. But while Redmond drew into the lineup, it was Keaton Ellerby who took Bogosian's customary position with Toby Enstrom against the Wild.
Bogosian will return to Winnipeg where he will be reevaluated. Head coach Claude Noel hinted that his injury could be more serious than a day-to-day issue. There will be a more detailed injury report after he is evaluated on Sunday. This is a tough break for Bogosian, who had stared playing his best hockey of the season.
Bogosian (lower-body) left Friday's contest and did not return, he is also not on the ice this morning.
Bogosian played just 12:32 before departing for the dressing room for the night. The Jets have not announced what Bogosian is dealing with, but recalled Julian Melchiori in case Bogosian can not play tomorrow. Consider him day-to-day and questionable for Sunday.