Zaitsev (right knee) has been placed on the Injured Reserve.
Zaitsev exited the Blackhawks' last game due to a right knee injury after playing only 8:46 time-on-ice. Louis Crevier was recalled earlier today from Rockford (AHL) and will likely draw into the lineup as Zaitsev's replacement.
Nikita Zaitsev will draw back into the Blackhawks' lineup Tuesday vs. Nashville.
Zaitsev (illness) is questionable to play Sunday in Dallas.
Zaitsev (undisclosed) will not play against the Stars on Friday.
Zaitsev was a surprise scratch from Friday's game after he participated in the team's morning skate. He has one goal and four assists in 18 games this season. Louis Crevier will draw back into the lineup in his place.
Nikita Zaitsev will draw back into the Blackhawks lineup Tuesday vs. Nashville.
Louis Crevier will be a healthy scratch after making his NHL debut on Sunday, allowing Zaitsev to return to the lineup for the Blackhawks. Zaitsev is expected to play with Jarred Tinordi on the third defensive pair for the Blackhawks.
Nikita Zaitsev will be a healthy scratch Sunday vs. Minnesota.
Source: Ben Pope 12/3/23, 11:52 am EST
Nikita Zaitsev will draw back into the Blackhawks' lineup Saturday vs. Winnipeg.
Source: Ben Pope 12/2/23, 12:37 pm EST
The Blackhawks have activated Nikita Zaitsev (personal) from the non-roster list.
Nikita Zaitsev (personal) has been placed on the Non-Roster list.
Zaitsev will be away from the team as he tends to a personal matter. Filip Roos, recalled from the Rockford IceHogs of the AHL on Thursday, could slide into the Blackhawks lineup as a defensive replacement for Zaitsev. Zaitsev is averaging 14:10 time-on-ice per night and has one point (1G / 0A) in five games this season.
Source: Ben Pope 11/16/23, 11:34 am EST
Nikita Zaitsev will be a healthy scratch Thursday vs. Tampa Bay.
Nikita Zaitsev will be a healthy scratch Saturday vs. Vegas.
Nikita Zaitsev will make his season debut Monday vs. Toronto.
Zaitsev has been a healthy scratch for the Blackhawks' first three games of the season but will make his season debut Monday vs. Toronto. The 31-year-old is entering his eighth NHL season and second with Chicago after being traded from Ottawa midway through the 2022-23 season. He had a goal, seven assists, 20 SOG, 20 PIMs and a -9 plus/minus through 46 games with Chicago and Ottawa in 2022-23.
Source: Ben Pope 10/16/23, 5:03 pm EST
Zaitsev will be back in the Blackhawks lineup on Monday.
Zaitsev has been a healthy scratch for the Blackhawks' previous three games but will draw back into the lineup Monday vs. Minnesota. The 31-year-old has a goal, six assists, 17 SOG, 20 PIMs and a -10 plus/minus through 43 games played with Ottawa and Chicago this season.
Nikita Zaitsev will be a healthy scratch Tuesday vs. Calgary.
Zaitsev has a goal, six assists, 17 SOG, 20 PIMs and a -10 plus/minus through 43 games played between Chicago and Ottawa but will be a healthy scratch Tuesday vs. Calgary. The 31-year-old will be replaced by Jarred Tinordi in the Blackhawks lineup.
Source: Ben Pope 04/4/23, 2:48 pm EST
Zaitsev will make his Blackhawks debut on Saturday.
Source: Ben Pope 03/4/23, 1:32 pm EST
Nikita Zaitsev has been activated from the non-roster list Friday.
The Blackhawks have acquired Nikita Zaitsev, a 2023 second-round pick and a 2026 fourth-round pick from the Senators for future considerations.
Zaitsev will draw back into the Senators lineup on Monday.
Zaitsev has four assists, 10 SOG, eight PIMs and a -3 plus/minus through 23 games this season and will draw back into Ottawa's lineup Monday. The 31-year-old will be in the Senators' lineup for at least the next two weeks as he fills in for the injured Jake Sanderson.
Nikita Zaitsev has been reactivated from the injured reserve (lower body).
Zaitsev has been out since Dec. 27th due to a lower-body injury but was activated off the injured reserve Monday. The 31-year-old has had a rough go so far in 2022-23, with three assists, six SOG and a -6 plus/minus through 19 games this season prior to the injury.
Nikita Zaitsev is considered week-to-week as he will be out "the next little bit" due to an injury (undisclosed).
Zaitsev left the Senators' last game vs. Boston after just 7:16 TOI due to an undisclosed injury and will be out for the "next little bit" according to head coach DJ Smith. The 31-year-old stay-at-home defender had three assists, six SOG and a -6 plus/minus in 19 games prior to the injury.