Bogosian (undisclosed) is listed as week-to-week and could miss the season opener.
Bogosian has had an incredibly difficult time staying healthy throughout his career. He missed 20 games last season and a combined 96 games over the last three seasons. He played massive minutes (26:34 TOI/GM) with the Sabres last year and is expected to be leaned o heavily this year. His absence means the Sabres will lead to increased roles for the likes of Rasmus Ristolainen and Cody Franson.
Bogosian (lower-body) will return to the Sabres lineup on Thursday.
Bogosian missed the last six games, but will be back in the lineup tonight vs. Arizona. Since being traded to the Sabres, Bogosian has collected four assists in 12 games while playing 26:35 TOI per game.
Bogosian (undisclosed) is not on the ice for the Sabres morning skate.
Bogosian missed Saturday’s game, but coach Ted Nolan though Bogosian might be available for tonight’s game. His absence from the morning skate certainly clouds his status, but we will get an official word from coach Nolan this afternoon.
The Jets have reportedly traded Zach Bogosian, Evander Kane, and Jason Kasdorf to the Sabres for Tyler Myers, Drew Stafford, Joel Armia, Brendan Lemieux and a 1st round pick.
Bogosian, 24, was the third overall pick in 2008, but has had a hard time staying healthy early in his career. Bogosian has mixed 15 games this season and a total of 74 games (27.6% of games) since 2011-12. Injuries have slowed down his development, but the young blue liner has 13 points (3G / 10A) in 41 games this season. A change of scenery should help Bogosian, especially because he should play a massive role in Buffalo.
Bogosian (lower-body) is officially back in the Jets lineup tonight.
Bogosian, who has missed the last 14 games, will be back in the lineup tonight vs. Arizona. He will be paired with Jay Harrison for the first time this season. Harrison was acquired while Bogosian was on IR. Bogo has eight assists in 25 games.
Bogosian (lower-body) is expected to play on Thursday.
Bogosian was on the ice for the Jets’ morning skate and was paired with Jay Harrison, which suggests that he will be in the lineup tonight in Arizona. Bogosian has missed the last 14 games—he has eight assists in 25 games this season.
Bogosian (lower-body) will travel on the Jets’ upcoming road-trip.
Bogosian will travel with the team on their three-game road-trip that starts on Thursday in Arizona. There is a possibility that Bogosian returns to the lineup on that trip but that is not a sure thing. Expect him to take on massive minutes when he gets back on the blue line.
Bogosian (lower-body) returned to practice on Monday.
Bogosian has been sidelined with a lower-body injury since December 3rd, but returned to practiced this morning, which is great news for a banged up blue line. Bogosian is not expected to play tonight, but he is progressing and is nearing a return.
Bogosian is expected to miss 4-6 weeks with a lower-body injury.
Bogosian suffered the injury while blocking a shot in the Jets OT win over the Oilers on Wednesday night. The Jets will also be without Tobias Enstrom for the rest of the month, so this will be a huge test for their blue line. Bogosian is out until the New Year at least, could be sidelined until mid-January. Expect a call-up from St. John’s.
Bogosian (undisclosed) did not practice on Thursday.
Bogosian was reportedly injury while blocking a shot in the Jets win over the Oilers on Wednesday. Monitor Bogosian’s status during tomorrow’s morning skate, should he participate he should be available vs. Colorado.