Kane will miss several weeks with three cracked ribs.
Kane was brought to hospital for precautionary reasons after crashing into the end boards last night. Further evaluation revealed that Kane cracked three ribs and he will be out for “weeks” according to head coach Dan Bylsma. This is a tough blow for the Sabres, who will already be without Jack Eichel for what appears to be 6-8 weeks.
Kane was taken to hospital for further evaluation after heavy collision with the boards.
Kane slid hard into the end-boards during the Sabres’ season opener on Thursday and was taken to hospital for further evaluation and precautionary measures. It has been a tough start to the year for Sabres, who are already without Jack Eichel for at least a few weeks and both Kyle Okposo and Dmitry Kulikov are day-to-day.
Kane will miss the rest of the season with an upper-body injury.
Kane will miss the next 3-4 weeks with an upper-body injury, so his first season with the Sabres is over. Kane has 20 goals and 15 assists (35 points) in 65 games. With Kane out, Hudson Fasching is expected to play a bigger role with the Sabres.
Kane suffered an upper-body injury in the second period of Monday’s loss in Detroit and likely won’t play tonight in Pittsburgh. If Kane isn’t able to play, look for Cal O’Reilly to get back in the Sabres lineup.
Kane was a healthy scratch on Tuesday after missing Monday’s practice but he will be back in the lineup on Friday. Kane has three goals in his last two games and he has picked up six goals on 45 shots (13.3 shooting%) in his last eight games.
Kane (lower-body) listed as day-to-day after missing Tuesday's practice.
Kane missed Tuesday’s practice and the Sabres have listed him as day-to-day. Kane has played just three games since returning from a knee injury and at this time there is no word whether or not he re-aggravated that injury. He is in danger of missing Wednesday’s game, but monitor his status during the morning skate.
Kane (knee) is expected to return to the Sabres lineup on Thursday.
Kane has been out since October 24th but it looks like he will be back tonight vs. the Blues. Kane had one goal and two assists in eight games with the Sabres and it looks like he will skate on the Sabres’ second line with Jack Eichel and Tyler Ennis.
Kane has been sidelined since October 24th with an MCL injury but returned to the ice on Tuesday. Kane is three weeks into a 4-6 week timetable, so it looks as if he is on pace to return at the front-end of that timetable.
Kane will miss 4-6 weeks with an MCL injury; does not need surgery.
Kane will miss at least one month with an MCL injury that he suffered on Saturday. His knee buckled on what looked like a harmless hit in the Sabres loss to the Devils. Kane has had a hard time staying healthy early in his NHL career and now he will be out until at least late-November.