Martinook (lower-body) is on the ice for warmups and is expected to return to the Hurricanes lineup for Game 5.
Source: Dan Rosen 05/26/22, 6:45 pm EST
Martinook is expected to miss at least a couple of weeks with an undisclosed injury.
Martinook suffered the undisclosed injury in the Hurricanes' loss in Toronto on Thursday and missed Friday and Sunday's games. Head coach Rod Brind'Amour told reporters that that veteran winger will miss at least a couple of weeks.
Martinook (undisclosed) will not play Friday vs. the Capitals.
Martinook suffered an injury after going down awkwardly in the corner during Thursday's loss in Toronto. Seth Jarvis is set to return from an injury to replace Martinook on the Hurricanes' second line with Vincent Trocheck and Martin Necas.
The Hurricanes added Jordan Martinook to the COVID-19 protocol list.
Martinook will miss Friday's game vs. the Rangers and Saturday's game in New Jersey after testing positive for COVID-19. Josh Leivo skated in his spot in Thursday's practice.
Source: @Canes 01/20/22, 11:36 am EST
Martinook (ankle) is expected to be back in the Hurricanes lineup on Saturday.
Martinook has been out since December 2nd but is expected to play this afternoon vs. the Canucks. Martinook is expected to skate on the fourth line with Jesperi Kotkaniemi and Nino Niederreiter.
The Hurricanes have signed Jordan Martinook to a three-year contract extension worth $5.4 million ($1.8M AAV).
Martinook (lower-body) will return to the Hurricanes lineup on Monday.
Martinook has been out since April 22nd but will be back in the Hurricanes' lineup on Monday. Martinook will replace Andrei Svechnikov, who will be resting in the season finale.
Martinook is expected to return to the Hurricanes lineup on Tuesday.
Martinook has been on the COVID-19 reserve list and has not played since January 18th. Martinook should reclaim a spot on the Hurricanes' fourth-line and comes in with one assist in three games this season.
Martinook was removed from the COVID-19 reserve list on Friday.
Martinook was activated on Friday and was on the ice for an optional practice, suggesting that he could be available for Saturday's home game vs. the Stars. Martinook should replace Max McCormick and take back his spot on the fourth line for Saturday's contest.
Martinook was added to the COVID-19 protocol list on Tuesday.
The Hurricanes played in Nashville on Monday and had just one player n the COVID-19 protocol list and that was Jordan Staal. On Tuesday, their game with the Predators was cancelled due to four more players being added to that list, Martinook among them. The four players with confirmed positive tests must stay behind in Nashville and observe a 10-day isolation period in the team hotel.
Martinook (upper-body) will play in Toronto on Saturday.
Martinook (upper-body) will not play on Thursday.
Martinook was forced to leave Tuesday's game with an upper-body injury and will not be available tonight vs. the Hurricanes. Lucas Wallmark will draw back into the lineup to replace him.
The Hurricanes have activated Jordan Martinook (mid-body) from IR.
Martinook has been out since October 8th after undergoing core muscle surgery. Martinook has one assist in four games this season. Brian Gibbons was waived on Friday, so Martinook will return to the lineup on Saturday.
Martinook will undergo core muscle surgery; expected to miss 6-to-8 weeks.
Martinook will undergo core muscle surgery on Friday and is expected to be out until late-November/early-December. Former first-round pick Julien Gauthier was recalled on Wednesday and is expected to replace Martinook in the lineup moving forward.
Martinook (lower-body) will be a game-time decision for Game 4.
Martinook continues to battle a lower-body injury and is a game-time decision for Game 4 after missing Game 3. "I hope so, but I'm not sure. We'll find out tonight,” Rod Brind’Amour told reporters about Martinook’s availability for Game 4.
Martinook (lower-body) is not on the ice for warmups; will not play in Game 3.
Martinook continues to battle a lingering lower-body issue and will not play in Game 3 vs. the Bruins. Saku Maenalanen will draw into the lineup to replace Martinook on the Hurricanes’ fourth line.
Martinook (lower-body) will be a game-time decision for Game 3 vs. the Islanders.
Martinook has missed the first two games of the second round but it looks like he will draw back into the lineup for Game 3. Martinook has been in and out of the lineup all postseason as he battles a lower-body injury but he has tallied two assists and 10 shots in six games overall.
Martinook (lower-body) will be a game-time decision for Game 1.
Martinook played in Game 6 and 7 but is obviously still banged up and gutting it out, as he remains to be listed as a game-time decision for Game 1 against the Islanders.
Martinook (lower-body) is questionable for Game 5.
Martinook left Game 4 on Thursday with a lower-body injury and is questionable to play in Game 5. Aleksi Saarela was recalled from Charlotte (AHL) and will replace Martinook if he can’t play.
The Hurricanes have signed Jordan Martinook to a two-year extension worth $4.0 million ($2.0M AAV).
“Jordan has really fit in well with our group and provides veteran leadership both on and off the ice,” said GM Don Waddell. “He skates with a relentless energy that epitomizes the way Coach Brind’Amour wants the Hurricanes to play.” The 26-year-old winger has 10 goals and three assists (13 points) in 50 games during his first season with the Hurricanes.