Nick Jensen will return Tuesday from an upper-body injury.
Jensen has missed the Capitals' previous two games but will return to Washington's lineup Tuesday. The 32-year-old has two goals, 22 assists, 89 SOG, 18 PIMs and a -1 plus/minus through 66 games prior to his injury.
Nick Jensen will be a game-time decision to return to the Capitals' lineup Tuesday (upper-body).
Jensen has missed the Capitals' previous two games but will be a game-time decision to return to Washington's lineup Tuesday. The 32-year-old has two goals, 22 assists, 89 SOG, 18 PIMs and a -1 plus/minus through 66 games prior to his injury.
Nick Jensen will be a game-time decision Friday vs. St. Louis (undisclosed).
Jensen has two goals, 22 assists, 18 PIMs 89 SOG, and a -1 plus/minus through 66 games played this season but will be a game-time decision Friday as he deals with an undisclosed injury. The Capitals will announce if the 32-year-old defenseman is playing during warmups.
The Capitals have signed Nick Jensen to a three-year contract extension worth $12.15 million ($4.05M AAV).
Jensen has two goals, 22 assists, 82 SOG, 16 PIMs and a -1 plus/minus through 62 games this season and has signed a three-year contract extension worth $12.15 million ($4.05M AAV). The 32-year-old is rounding out his fifth season in Washington.
Source: @Capitals 02/28/23, 11:34 pm EST
Jensen (upper-body) is on the ice for warmups and is expected to play on Tuesday.
Jensen is week-to-week with an upper-body injury.
Jensen suffered an upper-body injury last Thursday and is expected to miss at least a couple of weeks. Luckily for the Capitals, it looks like they will get both John Carlson and Dmitry Orlov back on Monday.
Jensen (upper-body) will be a game-time decision on Saturday.
Jensen suffered an upper-body injury in Boston on Thursday and will be a game-time decision for Saturday's game vs. the Senators. Monitor his status as the Capitals hit the ice for warmups at 6:30 PM ET.
Jensen will draw back into the Capitals lineup on Monday.
Jensen was a healthy scratch on Saturday but will replace Radko Gudas in the lineup tonight vs. the Islanders. Jensen has had very little success offensively this season, posting four assists in 54 games.
Source: JJ Regan 02/10/20, 11:22 am EST
Jensen will make his Capitals debut on Sunday.
Source: JJ Regan 02/24/19, 12:00 pm EST
Jensen will not make his Capitals debut until Sunday.
Jensen was acquired from Detroit and signed an extension with Washington on Friday but did not get in until after midnight, so he will sit for their first game. Jensen will likely replace Christian Djoos or Brooks Orpik on Sunday.
The Capitals have signed Nick Jensen to a four-year extension worth $10.0 million ($2.5M AAV).
The Capitals acquired Jensen from the Red Wings on Friday afternoon and wasted no time signing the 28-year-old to an extension. Jensen carried a +1.1 CF% rel in 60 games with the Red Wings this season, picking up two goals and 13 assists (15 points) along the way.
The Capitals have acquired Nick Jensen and a 2019 fifth-round pick from the Red Wings for Madison Bowey and a 2020 second-round pick.
Jensen was a fifth-round pick back in 2009 and was a late-bloomer. Jensen didn’t make his NHL debut until 2017, after 222 career AHL games, and never looked back. Jensen is a reliable two-way defenseman that can be leaned on to kill penalties. He will likely line-up next to Brooks Orpik/Christian Djoos in the third pairing.
Jensen will be a healthy scratch on Saturday.
The Red Wings have signed Nick Jensen to a two-year extension worth $1.625M ($812.5K AAV).
Jensen, 26, has impressed the Red Wings since being called up in mid-December. The American-born defenseman has three goals and five assists (eight points) in 27 games with the Red Wings after he had six points (1G / 5A) in 27 games with the Griffins. He is a really strong skater and should be part as the Red Wings’ top-6 next season.
The Red Wings have recalled Nick Jensen from Grand Rapids (AHL).
Jensen, 26, has been recalled to serve as an extra defenseman during the Red Wings’ three- game road trip. The 2009 fifth round pick has one goal and five assists (six points) in 27 games with the Griffins. Don’t expect him to make his NHL debut unless one of the Red Wings’ regular defensemen gets injured.
The Red Wings have reassigned Nick Jensen to Grand Rapids (AHL).
Jensen was recalled for Monday’s game, but did not get into the lineup. He has been sent down to play with Grand Rapids over the NHL All-Star break.