Hickey (lower-body) is expected to return to the lineup on Friday.
Hickey missed the last two games with a lower-body injury, but he’s expected to return to the lineup Friday. Hickey has 12 points (3G / 9A) in 46 games this season and should replace Scott Mayfield in the lineup.
Hickey missed last Thursday’s game vs. the Canadiens and will miss his second straight game tonight vs. the Capitals. Hickey is listed as day-to-day, so monitor his status prior to Friday’s game in Detroit.
Hickey is out indefinitely with a lower-body injury.
Hickey, who has played just four games after missing the start of the season with an upper-body injury, will now miss an extended period of time with a lower-body injury. With Hickey out, Brian Strait will get back into the lineup permanently.
Hickey (upper-body) will make his season debut on Saturday.
Hickey missed the first five games of the season with an upper-body injury, but is set to return to the lineup tonight vs. San Jose. Hickey, who has a career high of 22 points, will replace Brian Strait on the Islanders blueline.
Hickey (upper-body) returned to practice on Wednesday.
Hickey was expected to miss four weeks from the end of September, so basically he was expected back in late-October, early-November. However, returning to practice in the middle of October suggests that he will miss less than four weeks. Monitor his status going forward.
Hickey is expected to miss four weeks with an upper-body injury.
Hickey will miss the first three weeks of the regular season, which means that Brian Strait will likely get into the lineup for the first 10 games of the season. Look for Hickey to return at the end of October, early-November.
Hickey (illness) returns to the Islanders blue line on Wednesday.
Hickey missed Monday's game with an illness, but will be back in the lineup tonight vs. the Capitals. Hickey has one goal and five assists in 20 games, which puts him on pace for 32 points this season, his career-high is 22. Matt Donovan will come out for Hickey.