Petry (upper-body) will not be in the lineup on Friday.
Petry was in the morning skate, but will be held out of tonight’s game vs. Wild. Petry is in contract talks with the Oilers, but has also been the subject of trade talks, so the Oilers won’t want risk Petry injuring himself further.
Petry (upper-body) is on the ice for the Oilers morning skate.
Petry left Wednesday’s game with an upper-body injury but is on the ice this morning, which suggests that he will be available tonight vs. the Wild. He is one player the Oilers are expected to trade before the deadline though, so they won’t rush him and risk him getting injured further.
Petry will be back on the Oilers blueline on Wednesday.
Petry was a healthy scratch in the Oilers loss to the Kings last night, but he will be back in the lineup vs. Arizona tonight. Brad Hunt will come out of the lineup to make room for Petry. Getting scratched last night was a surprise, so this move is not shocking at all.
Darnell Nurse will get into the lineup tonight with Petry taking a seat despite being completely healthy. Petry has not recorded a point with five shots and an EVEN rating while playing an average of 18:32 in the first two games.
Petry will get back into the lineup tonight after being a healthy scratch for Thursday's game vs. the Avalanche. Head coach Dallas Eakins said he wanted to "reset" Petry who had struggled in recent games. Petry has two goals and four assists to go along with a minus-10 rating in 29 games this year. He will be paired with Martin Marincin.
Petry will be a healthy scratch tonight as coach Dallas Eakins wants to "reset" the player.
Petry has two goals, four assists and a minus-10 rating in 29 games this season. He was a minus-2 in 17:28 in Monday's loss to the Coyotes. The Oilers are making a lot of changes tonight, Corey Potter and Phillp Larsen will draw in on D.
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Consider Petry a game-time decision for tonight's game. The former collegiate standout scored a goal and five points in 15 games and was paired with Ryan Whitney last night. If he can't go, look for Alex Plante to enter the lineup.