Faksa will be a healthy scratch on Saturday.
Faksa will draw back into the Stars' lineup Thursday vs. Colorado.
Faksa will re-enter the lineup for the Stars in favour of Ty Dellandrea, who is expected to be a healthy scratch. Faksa has not played the last two games and has zero points and only two shots on goal in his last four contests.
Radek Faksa will be a healthy scratch Sunday vs. Chicago.
Radek Faksa will draw back into the Stars' lineup Thursday vs. Vancouver.
Faksa was a healthy scratch on Monday but will return to the lineup on Thursday in favour of Ty Dellandrea. Faksa is riding a two-game point streak (0G / 2A) and will assume his regular role on the fourth line with Craig Smith and Sam Steel.
Source: Brien Rea 12/21/23, 11:59 am EST
Radek Faksa will be a healthy scratch Monday vs. Seattle.
Faksa will be a healthy scratch on Monday against the Seattle Kraken, allowing Craig Smith to draw back into the lineup. Faksa has six points (2G / 4A) in 25 games this season and is only averaging 12:59 time-on-ice, his lowest total since his 2015-16 rookie season.
Faksa (upper-body) will play against the Blue Jackets on Thursday.
Faksa has not played since October 30th but will return on Thursday after being a full participant in the Stars' last two practices. Faksa has zero points, averaging 13:24 time-on-ice through seven games this season.
Source: Mike Heika 11/9/23, 7:11 pm EST
Radek Faksa (upper body) will be a game-time decision in Columbus Thursday after missing the last four games.
Faksa has not played since October 30th but is nearing a return after being a full participant in the Stars' last two practices. Faksa has zero points, averaging 13:24 time-on-ice through seven games this season and will likely assume his spot on the fourth line when he is able to return.
Source: Brien Rea 11/8/23, 2:17 pm EST
Radek Faksa (upper body) will be out Saturday vs. Vancouver.
Faksa (upper-body) will not play in Edmonton on Thursday.
Source: NHL.com 11/2/23, 8:42 pm EST
Faksa (upper-body) was a late scratch for Wednesday's game against the Flames.
Faksa (face) is questionable to play in the Stars season opener on Thursday.
Faksa took a hard hit along the boards during last Tuesday's preseason game and had to get stitches on his face. He was not in concussion protocol, so there's a good chance that Dallas' fourth-line centre is available for opening night.
Source: Saad Yousuf 10/9/23, 8:55 am EST
Faksa (undisclosed) is not on the ice for warmups; will not play Thursday.
Faksa (lower-body) is not on the ice for warmups and will not play Friday.
Faksa (lower-body) is doubtful to play on Friday.
Faksa left Wednesday's game late and did not return due to a lower-body injury. While he's officially considered a game-time decision, the Stars do not really expect him to play vs. the Jets. Look for Tanner Kero to replace him in the bottom-6.
Faksa (illness) will be back in the Stars lineup on Friday.
Faksa has missed the last two games but will play Friday vs. the Capitals. Faksa, who has 11 points (2G / 9A) in 38 games this season, will replace Riley Damiani in the lineup.
Faksa will not play Monday due to a non-COVID illness.
Faksa and Michael Raffl will both miss Monday's game in Philadelphia, so expect Riley Damiani and Riley Tufte to draw into the lineup.
The Stars removed Radek Faksa from the COVID-19 protocol list.
The Stars placed Radek Faksa in COVID-19 protocol on Sunday.
Faksa 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.
Faksa is on the ice for warmups and is expected to play Tuesday.
Faksa (lower-body) is going to be a game-time decision on Tuesday.
Faksa left Sunday's game vs. Nashville with a lower-body injury and did not return. He was on the ice for Tuesday's morning skate and will be a game-time decision for Tuesday's game vs. the Lightning.