Hakanpaa (upper body) is out on Monday and not on the Stars' current road trip.
Derrick Pouliot and Alex Petrovic were recalled from the Texas Stars (AHL) on Monday morning. They will be drawn into the lineup for a Stars team without Hakanpaa and Miro Heiskanen (personal). Hakanpaa suffered an upper-body injury in Saturday's contest against the Edmonton Oilers and played only 11:47 on the ice.
Jani Hakanpaa will have off-season knee surgery and is considered out indefinitely.
Hakanpaa played until Dallas was eliminated from the 2022-23 playoffs, picking up a goal and two points across 15 playoff games played but will now have off-season knee surgery and is considered out indefinitely. The 31-year-old is coming off his first career complete 82 game season, where he picked up six goals, 10 assists, 86 SOG, 60 PIMs and a +18 plus/minus.
Jani Hakanpaa (lower-body) will return to the Stars' lineup for Game 3 vs. Vegas.
Hakanpaa has missed the Stars' previous three games due to a lower-body injury but was a full participant in practice ahead of Game 3 and will play in Game 3 vs. Vegas according to head coach Pete Debour. The 31-year-old stay-at-home defensemen has a goal, two points, nine SOG, 16 PIMs and a -4 plus/minus through 11 games so far in the playoffs this year.
Jani Hakanpaa (lower-body) will be a game-time decision ahead of Game 3 vs. VGK.
Hakanpaa has missed the Stars' previous three games due to a lower-body injury but was a full participant in practice ahead of Game 3 and will be a game-time decision according to head coach Pete Debour. The 31-year-old stay-at-home defensemen has a goal, two points, nine SOG, 16 PIMs and a -4 plus/minus through 11 games so far in the playoffs this year.
Jani Hakanpaa (lower-body) will miss his third-straight game as he is out for Game 2 vs. Vegas.
Jani Hakanpaa (undisclosed) will remain out for Game 1 vs. Vegas.
Jani Hakanpaa (undisclosed) will be a out for Game 7 vs. Seattle.
Hakanpaa (lower-body) will be back in the Stars lineup for Game 5.
Jani Hakanpaa (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision for Game 5 after taking part in morning skate.
Hakanpaa missed Game 4 due to an undisclosed injury and will be a game-time decision for Game 5 on Thursday after fully taking part in the morning skate. The 31-year-old defender has a goal, an assist, nine SOG, 16 PIMs and a -4 plus/minus through nine games prior to his injury.
The Stars removed Jani Hakanpaa from the COVID-19 protocol list.
The Stars placed Jani Hakanpaa in COVID-19 protocol on Sunday.
Hakanpaa was one of six Stars players added to COVID-19 protocol on Sunday and two more were added on Monday. As of right now, they are scheduled to play three games this week, starting on Wednesday but it seems likely that they are going to be postponed.
Hakanpaa has entered COVID-19 protocol and will not play on Friday.
The Stars have placed Jani Hakanpaa (hand) on IR.
The Stars have signed Jani Hakanpaa to a three-year contract worth $4.5 million ($1.5M AAV).
The Hurricanes have acquired Jani Hakanpaa and a sixth-round draft pick from the Ducks for Haydn Fleury.
The Ducks have signed Jani Hakanpaa to a one-year contract extension worth $750k.
Hakanpaa signed a one-year deal at the start of 2019-20 following four years in the Finnish Elite League. The former Blues fourth-round pick spent most of the season in the AHL, where he had one goal and 12 assists (14 points) in 47 games. During a brief audition with the Ducks, Hakanpaa had one goal while playing 18:07 ATOI in five games.
The Ducks signed Jani Hakanpaa to a one-year contract worth $850K.
The Blues have recalled defenseman Jani Hakanpaa from the club’s AHL affiliate, the Peoria Rivermen.
Hakanpaa, 20, has appeared in 14 games with the Rivermen this season, posting four points (one goal and three assists). Prior to joining Peoria, the 6-foot-5, 218-pound defenseman dressed in 34 games for Espoo of Finland’s SM-liiga, recording five points (two goals and three assists) to go along with 34 penalty minutes.