Cammalleri (illness) will be a game-time decision on Monday.
Cammalleri has missed the last two games with an illness, but said he is feeling better and expects to play tonight vs. the Kings. Cammalleri leads the Devils with 25 goals and is second on the team in points with 36.
The Devils have activated Mike Cammalleri (lower-body) from injured reserve.
Cammalleri has missed the last four games with a lower-body injury, but he will be returning to the lineup tonight vs. Carolina. Cammalleri has missed a total of 12 games due to injury this season, but still leads the team in goals with 11.
Cammalleri (lower-body) will be a game-time decision.
Cammalleri, who has missed the last four games with a lower-body injury, returned to practice on Monday, but is not on the ice for the Devils’ morning skate. Despite not skating this morning, coach Pete DeBoer called Cammalleri “likely” for tonight’s game.
The Devils have placed Mike Cammalleri (lower-body) on IR; will not play Saturday.
Cammalleri will miss his fourth consecutive game with a lower-body injury. There is no word on when he is expected to be back in the lineup, but his movement to IR allowed the Devils to recall Mike Sislo from Albany (AHL).
Cammalleri (lower-body) has been sent back to New Jersey; will not play Monday.
Cammalleri left Saturday’s game early and did not return. He has been dealing with a bone bruise and will miss his third of the last five games. Tim Sestito was recalled this morning and could get into the lineup tonight.
Cammalleri left Saturday’s game with a lower-body injury and did not return.
Cammalleri played just 13:26 before retiring to the dressing room for the evening. The Devils did not have an update on Cammalleri following the loss, so consider him day-to-day and expect more details to be released over the next 24 hours.
Cammalleri (neck) returns to the Devils lineup on Monday.
Cammalleri missed the last six games with a neck injury that was suffered on October 25th. He will return on the Devils top-line with Travis Zajac and Jaromir Jagr. In a quiet night in the NHL, get Cammalleri in your daily league lineups. He has five goals and two assists in eight game this season.
Cammalleri (neck) is back at Devils’ practice Sunday morning.
Cammalleri has missed the last six games with a neck injury that he suffered on October 24th vs. Dallas. He was back skating with Travis Zajac and Jaromir Jagr, which is a good sign that could be back tomorrow night in Boston.
Cammalleri (jaw/neck) will not travel on the Devils’ two-game road trip.
Cammalleri has missed the last four games and it looks like he will miss at least the next two as well. He was on the ice this morning skating by himself, but he is not ready to return to practice just yet.
Cammalleri (jaw) not expected to play on Thursday.
Cammalleri will likely miss his second straight game with a jaw injury. He was not on the ice for the morning skate, which suggests that he won't be in the lineup yet again. With Cammalleri out, Reid Boucher will stay in the lineup.
Cammalleri (jaw) did not travel to Pittsburgh, will not play Tuesday.
Cammalleri caught an elbow in the jaw on Friday vs. Dallas and played on Saturday, but will sit out tonight as a result of the elbow. He underwent X-rays on Monday, but the results of the X-ray have not been released. With Cammalleri out, Reid Boucher will make his season debut.