Ferraro (lower body) will return to the Sharks' lineup on Wednesday in Winnipeg.
Ferraro has not played since exiting a game on January 22nd with a lower-body injury but appears ready to return to the lineup for the Sharks' Wednesday night contest against the Winnipeg Jets. The 25-year-old had been a key part of San Jose's blue line throughout the year, with his 14 points (1G/13A), 26 PIMs, 79 SOG, and -21 plus/minus.
Source: Max Miller 02/13/24, 3:11 pm EST
Ferraro (undisclosed) has been placed on the Injured Reserve.
Ferraro left the Sharks' game a week ago vs. Los Angeles after just 14:02 due to an undisclosed injury and has been placed on the Injured Reserve Monday. The 25-year-old had been a key part of San Jose's blue line throughout the year, with his 14 points (1G/13A), 26 PIMs, 79 SOG, and -21 plus/minus.
Source: Sheng Peng 01/29/24, 2:20 pm EST
Ferraro (undisclosed) will "miss time" according to David Quinn.
Ferraro was limited to only 14:02 time-on-ice before exiting Monday's game against the Los Angeles Kings with an undisclosed injury. Calen Addison will draw back into the lineup on Tuesday against the New York Rangers.
Source: Max Miller 01/23/24, 2:41 pm EST
Mario Ferraro (upper body) will be in the Sharks' lineup Tuesday after leaving last game early.
Ferraro left Sunday's game with just 4:09 TOI and did not return. The Sharks did not practice on Monday but Ferraro has been confirmed to return to the lineup on Tuesday. He has nine points (1G / 8A), 40 hits, and 101 blocks in 37 games this season.
Ferraro left Sunday's game with an upper-body injury and is questionable to play Tuesday.
Ferraro left Sunday's game with just 4:09 TOI and did not return. The Sharks did not practice on Monday, so they have yet to provide an update on Ferrraro's status. Consider him questionable to play Tuesday until the Sharks release an update.
Source: Max Miller 01/1/24, 11:52 pm EST
Mario Ferraro will return to the Sharks' lineup Tuesday vs. Calgary (undisclosed)
Ferraro has missed the Sharks' previous 10 games due to an undisclosed injury but will return Tuesday as they take on the Calgary Flames. He has a goal, four assists, eight PIMs and a -14 plus/minus in 23 games prior to the injury.
The Sharks have placed Mario Ferraro (undisclosed) on IR.
Source: Sheng Peng 11/27/22, 5:38 pm EST
Ferraro (upper-body) will play Friday vs. the Hurricanes.
Ferraro was listed as questionable after getting nicked up in Wednesday's practice, but he was on the ice for Friday's morning skate and is good to go vs. the Hurricanes. Ferraro has two assists and four shots on goal through two games.
Source: Sheng Peng 10/14/22, 2:08 pm EST
The Sharks have re-signed Mario Ferraro to a four-year contract.
Ferraro (leg) will return to the Sharks lineup on Saturday.
Ferraro has been sidelined since February 26th but is set to play Saturday vs. the Stars. Ferraro will replace Ryan Merkley in the lineup and enters with 11 points (2G / 9A) in 48 games this season.
Source: Sheng Peng 04/2/22, 2:11 pm EST
The Sharks have placed Mario Ferraro (leg) on IR.
The Sharks announced on Sunday that Ferraro had surgery to repair a left fibula fracture and is expected to miss 6-to-8 weeks. In a corresponding move, the Sharks recalled Santeri Hatakka from San Jose (AHL).
Ferraro had surgery to repair a left fibula fracture and is expected to miss 6-to-8 weeks.
Ferraro (face) will return to the Sharks lineup on Tuesday.
Ferraro missed just one game after taking a puck to the face in Florida on Saturday. Ferraro should be back on the top pairing with Brent Burns and comes in with 11 points (2G / 9A) in 41 games.
Ferraro (face) will not play on Sunday.
Ferraro took a puck to the face on Saturday and had to get some dental work done, so he will not play on Sunday. Ryan Merkley will re-enter the lineup to replace Ferraro, who is considered day-to-day.
Ferraro was activated from the COVID-19 protocol list and is expected to play Thursday.
This is perfect timing for the Sharks, who may be without Erik Karlsson and Jacob Middleton, both due to upper-body injuries. Ferraro, who missed three games with the injury, has two goals and eight assists (10 points) in 31 games this season.
The Sharks have placed Mario Ferraro on the COVID-19 reserve list.
Ferraro (foot) travelled to Chicago and could return on Wednesday.
Ferraro has missed the last two games but could play Wednesday in Chicago. Head coach Bob Boughner said that Ferraro's return will be all about "pain tolerance, getting his foot back in a boot." Monitor his status during the Sharks' morning skate.
Ferraro is day-to-day with a lower-body injury and will not play on Saturday.
Ferraro will come out of the Sharks lineup vs. the Senators, opening the door for Nikolai Knyzhov to make his NHL debut. Ferraro has picked up four points while playing 20:09 ATOI in his last seven games.
Ferraro (undisclosed) will be back in the Sharks lineup on Saturday.
Ferraro has missed the last three games with an undisclosed injury but will replace Dalton Prout in the lineup on Saturday. Ferraro has two assists and a minus-6 rating in 17 games this season.
Source: Kevin Kurz 11/16/19, 2:27 pm EST
Ferraro (undisclosed) will not play Tuesday.
Ferraro will miss his second straight game on Tuesday but head coach Pete DeBoer said he is "close to returning." With Ferraro out, Tim Heed will remain in the lineup.