Weiss (head) will be in the lineup on Saturday vs. Ottawa.
Weiss left Tuesday’s game with an apparent head injury, but will not miss any more action as a result. He said he was a little “woozy” after the hit, but is fine now and will be in the lineup tonight. He will skate on the second line with Riley Sheahan and Tomas Tatar.
Weiss (shoulder) will return to the Red Wings lineup on Tuesday.
Weiss has missed the last four games with a shoulder injury, but he will be back in the lineup tonight vs. Buffalo. Without Weiss in the lineup, the Red Wings went 0-2-2 so he should provide a nice offensive boost tonight. Weiss skated on the Wings’ fourth line with Luke Glendening and Drew Miller as well as on the second power-play unit
Weiss (shoulder) could return on Tuesday vs. Buffalo.
Weiss took part in Red Wings practice on Monday and said that he thinks he will play on Tuesday. Head coach Mike Babcock reiterated that he expects Weiss to return tomorrow, but will know for sure after the morning skate.
Weiss (shoulder) might play on Sunday vs. the Avalanche.
Weiss will miss Friday’s game because he is not eligible to come off of IR, but he could be back on the Sunday against Colorado. If he returns on Sunday, he will have missed three games with the shoulder injury. Weiss recorded 10 points (4G / 6A) in 10 games prior to getting injured.
The Red Wings have placed Stephen Weiss (shoulder) on injured reserve.
Weiss will miss his second straight game tonight. They have placed him on IR to make room for Xavier Ouellet to stay with the club. There is still no timetable for Weiss’ return, but his placement on IR means he will miss at least tonight’s game, but he is eligible to return on Thursday.
Weiss’ shoulder injury is not expected to be as serious as his teammate Justin Abdelkader’s shoulder injury, but it looks like it will keep him out of tomorrow’s game vs. the Blue Jackets. He remains without a timetable for his return.
Weiss suffered a shoulder injury on Friday night and will miss tonight’s game. Weiss is on the trip with the team but will be evaluated today to determine the nature and severity of the injury. This is a tough break for a player who is constantly out of the lineup, but had picked up 10 points (4G / 6A) in 10 games since returning from a groin injury. Expect Dan Cleary to be in the lineup tonight vs. Toronto.
Weiss missed practice for personal reasons; expect to play Saturday.
Well I am sure Weiss’ absence at practice this morning worried a ton of Red Wings fans and fantasy owners who just picked him up. He has been sizzling since returning to the lineup and should be in for another good game tomorrow vs. New York. His one downside, you would like to see him play more, he is averaging just 12:17 TOI in seven games.
Weiss (groin) did not take part in the Red Wings’ practice on Friday.
Weiss was listed as a game-time decision for Thursday’s game, but did play and actually recorded a goal and two assists, which gives him nine points (4G / 5A) in seven games since returning from injury. This is the Stephen Weiss that the Red Wings were expecting when they signed him to a fat contract, but with the recent success you have to remember he is as big of an injury risk as any player in the NHL. Monitor his status prior to Saturday’s clash with the Rangers.
Tonight will be Weiss’ second game of the season and just the 28th game that he has played in the last two seasons with Detroit. He had a successful conditioning stint and the Wings’ are hoping he will be able to stay healthy for an extended period of time. The former four-time 20-plus goal scorer will play on the third line with Darren Helm and Tomas Jurco as well as on the second power-play.
The Red Wings have recalled Stephen Weiss from Grand Rapids (AHL).
Weiss’ second conditioning stint went much better than his first. He registered a goal in each game while with Grand Rapids. His recall on Sunday means he could be back in the Red Wings lineup as soon as Monday.
The Red Wings have sent Stephen Weiss to Grand Rapids (AHL) on a conditioning stint.
Weiss was sent on a conditioning stint in late October and he pulled his groin in the first game. The Red Wings lost prospect Andrej Nestrasil on waivers in order to activate Weiss to send him on this conditioning stint, so the Wings are certainly hoping he can get through this one at 100 percent.
Weiss skated with the Red Wings on Saturday and said that he feels better after the skate. He is targeting next Friday for a return, but the way injuries have gone for Weiss lately, nothing is guaranteed.
Weiss injured his groin nine days ago in the first game of his conditioning stint with Grand Rapids (AHL). He will likely need to go back to the AHL for another conditioning stint once his groin is back to 100%. He should be no where near your fantasy radar until he can play in 10 consecutive games... at least.