Zajac (undisclosed) will not practice on Monday, but will travel with the team to Winnipeg.
Zajac took a maintenance day on Monday, but will accompany the team to Winnipeg for Tuesday’s game. The Devils recalled Miles Wood from Albany (AHL) ahead of the road-trip, so expect him to play if Zajac can’t play vs. the Jets.
Zajac (upper-body) has been placed on injured reserve.
Zajac has missed the last two games and did not travel with the team to Toronto for Thursday’s game. His movement to IR made room on the roster to call up Joseph Blandisi from Albany (AHL). His movement to IR is retroactive to December 3rd, so he is eligible to return whenever he is healthy.
Zajac (undisclosed) is not expected to e in the lineup on Friday.
Zajac left Thursday’s game in the first period and will not play tonight vs. the Flyers because of an undisclosed injury. With Zajac out, either Sergey Kalinin and Bobby Farnham to get back into the lineup.
Zajac will not play on Friday due to a lower-body injury.
Zajac was on the ice for the Devils’ gameday skate but will be held out of the lineup tonight vs. San Jose. With Zajac out, Tuomo Ruutu will play and Sergey Kalinin is expected to centre the top line with Michael Cammalleri and Jordin Tootoo.
Zajac (illness) will skate in the Devils optional game day skate.
Zajac missed Tuesday’s practice, but it looks like he will be one of a handful of players to skate this morning. His availability for the optional morning skate is a good sign that Zajac will be available tonight vs. the Maple Leafs. Expect an update this afternoon.
Zajac (groin/illness) will return to the Devils lineup on Monday.
Zajac missed the last eight games. He was dealing with a groin injury, but then got sick before he was ready to return to the lineup. He will centre the Devils top line with Scott Gomez and Jaromir Jagr on his wings. He has just eight points (4G / 4A) in 23 games this season.
Zajac (lower-body) will not travel on the Devils’ two-game road-trip.
Zajac missed Saturday’s game after suffering a lower-body injury on Friday vs. the Red Wings. He will miss at least the next two games as he will not travel with the team to Pittsburgh and Toronto. With injuries to a number of centres the Devils have signed Scott Gomez.