Hemsky (lower-body) is questionable for Sunday's game.
Hemsky returned to the Stars lineup last night and posted two assists in 13:01 TOI. However, he must have been banged up last night because he is questionable for tonight’s contest. He will be replaced by Brendan Ranford if he can’t go.
Hemsky has missed the last two games, but he said earlier in the week that he was hopeful that he would be able to play on Thursday. Taking part in practice on Wednesday is a good sign that Hemsky will be available on Thursday vs. the Sharks.
Hemsky is day-to-day with a lower-body injury; hopes to return on Thursday.
Hemsky missed Saturday’s game with a lower-body injury and will not play on Tuesday, but he is hopeful that he can play on Thursday against San Jose. Monitor his status leading up to Thursday’s morning skate.
Hemsky left Friday’s game with a lower-body injury and did not return.
Hemsky suffered a lower-body injury in the first period which forced him to miss the remainder of the game. Head coach Lindy Ruff said Hemsky will “miss some time”, which means that the Stars will need to recall a forward from Texas (AHL).
Hemsky will be back in the Stars lineup on Saturday.
Hemsky has served as a healthy scratch for the last two games, but will be back in the lineup tonight with Travis Moen out with an injury. He will skate on the second line with Cody Eakin and Antoine Roussel.
Hemsky (upper-body) is on the ice for Stars' practice on Monday.
Hemsky left Saturday's game with an upper-body injury and did not return. He was originally listed as day-to-day, but his presence on the ice this morning suggests the injury was minor and that he will be in the lineup on Tuesday vs. Los Angeles.
Hemsky has been moved to the Stars' top power-play unit.
Hemsky jones Tyler Seguin, Jason Spezza, Jamie Benn and Trevor Daley on the Stars top PP unit for Friday's game vs. the Ducks. Hemsky is off to a painfully slow start to the season, having recorded just one assist with a minus-6 rating in the first nine games. The Stars are hoping the move to the top unit might spark some offence for the veteran winger.
The Stars have signed Alex Hemsky to a three-year deal worth $12 million.
Hemsky had four goals and 13 assists (17 points) in 20 games with Ottawa after being traded from Edmonton. He will join his linemate Jason Spezza in Dallas, a team who now has an extremely dangerous top-6.
After being acquired from the Oilers this morning, Hemsky will hurry to Calgary and play tonight after playing against his new team last night. Hemsky is expected to skate on the Senators top-line with Jason Spezza and fellow Czech native Milan Michalek.