Gustafsson (lower body) is expected to be activated off Injured Reserve Monday.
Gustafsson has been out of the lineup since December 22nd, missing 18 games with a lower-body injury. He has two goals and two assists in 27 games this season and could return to the lineup for the Jets in their next game on Wednesday against the San Jose Sharks.
Source: Ken Wiebe 02/12/24, 2:05 pm EST
David Gustafsson (lower body) has been placed on the Injured Reserve.
Gustafsson (undisclosed) is not on the ice for warmups and is not expected to play in Chicago on Wednesday.
Gustafsson was a game-time decision for Wednesday's game in Chicago due to an undisclosed injury. He has two goals and two assists in 27 games this season.
David Gustafson (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision Wednesday vs. Chicago.
David Gustafsson will draw back into the Jets' lineup Saturday vs. Chicago.
With Vladislav Namestnikov day-to-day with a lower-body injury, Gustafsson will draw back into the lineup for his 18th game. Gustafsson has two points (2G / 0A) while averaging 8:35 time-on-ice this season, playing predominantly with Rasmus Kupari and Morgan Barron.
Source: Ken Wiebe 12/1/23, 2:34 pm EST
Gustafsson is listed as a scratch for Tuesday's game against the Devils.
David Gustafsson will draw back into the Jets' lineup Wednesday.
David Gustafsson has been activated off the injured reserve Friday (upper body).
Gustaffson hasn't played since January 10th due to an upper-body injury and has been activated off the injured reserve Friday. The 22-year-old centre has five assists, 36 SOG, and six PIMs through 38 games played this season prior to his injury.
David Gustafsson is day-to-day and will miss Thursday's game vs. Buffalo (upper body).
Gustafsson has five assists, 36 SOG, six PIMs and one SHP through 38 games but will miss Thursday's game vs. Buffalo due to an upper-body injury.
David Gustafsson will return to the Jets' lineup vs. Colorado (upper body)
Gustafsson missed the Jets' previous contest due to an upper-body injury but will return to the lineup Tuesday as they take on the Colorado Avalanche. The 22-year-old defenseman has three assists and is a +3 plus/minus while averaging only 9:41 TOI on the Jets' bottom pair through 19 games.
Gustafsson (undisclosed) will not play Sunday in Chicago.
The Jets have re-signed David Gustafsson to a two-year contract.
Gustafsson is day-to-day with a lower-body injury and questionable to play Sunday.
The Jets have recalled David Gustafsson from Manitoba (AHL).
This call-up has been on the radar for quite some time and the Jets recently waived Riley Nash to create room for the 21-year-old centre. Gustafsson was a second-round pick in 2018 and has scored seven goals with nine assists (16 points) in 23 AHL games this season. He should be a fixture in the Jets' bottom-6 moving forward.
Gustafsson will draw back into the Jets lineup on Thursday.
Gustafsson was a healthy scratch for the last two games but will replace Jansen Harkins in the lineup on Thursday. Harkins is day-to-day with a lower-body injury. Gustafsson has just one goal and no assists in 25 career NHL games.
Source: Brian Munz 02/4/21, 12:26 pm EST
Gustafsson will make his season debut on Sunday.
The Jets have assigned David Gustafsson to Manitoba (AHL).
Gustafsson was loaned to Team Sweden for the World Juniors, where he had one goal and three assists in seven and earned a bronze medal. He had one goal in 22 games with the Jets earlier in the year but will get his first taste of the AHL upon his return to North America.
Source: Ken Wiebe 01/9/20, 5:44 pm EST
Gustafsson will make his NHL debut on Tuesday.
Gustafsson, 19, was a second-round pick (No.60 overall) in 2018 and will replace Mark Letestu in the lineup on Tuesday. Gustafsson, who had 12 points (2G / 10A) in 36 games with HV71 Jonkoping of the Swedish Hockey League last year, will skate with Gabriel Bourque and Mason Appleton.
The Jets have signed David Gustafsson to a three-year, entry-level contract.
Gustafsson was picked in the second-round (No.60 overall) in 2018 and is coming off of his second season in the Swedish Elite League. Gustafsson had two goals and 10 assists (12 points) in 36 games with HV71 and also had three assists in five games while playing with Sweden at the U20 World Juniors.