The Stars removed Ryan Suter from the COVID-19 protocol list.
The Stars placed Ryan Suter into COVID-19 protocol on Wednesday (Dec.29).
Adding Suter, Jamie Benn and Luke Glendening to the COVID-19 reserve list brings the total to 11 Stars currently in protocol. It seems highly unlikely that Sunday's game in Arizona will be played.
The Stars have signed Ryan Suter to a four-year deal worth $14.6 million ($3.65M AAV).
The Wild have bought out the final four years of Suter's contract.
The Wild signed Suter to a 13-year, $98M contract in 2012 and bought out the final four years on Tuesday. Suter will count against the Wild's cap until 2028-29, carrying a $2.372M cap-hit in 2021-22.
Suter (undisclosed) is not on the ice for warmups; will not play in Game 4.
Suter is out indefinitely with a fractured fibula.
Suter was injured late in the second period after his leg slammed into the boards following a hit from Remi Elie. Suter, who had to be helped off of the ice, is going to be sidelined for an extended period of time and this is devastating to the Wild’s playoff hopes.
Suter (lower-body) is expected to play on Thursday.
Suter is day-to-day with a lower-body injury; hopeful he will play on Thursday.
Suter left Tuesday’s game in Winnipeg after playing just 10:20 TOI. Suter doesn’t miss time, so expect him to do everything he can to be ready for Thursday’s game in Columbus. Monitor his status during the morning skate.
Suter not on the ice in warmups; not expected to play.
Suter (undisclosed) will play on Thursday.
Despite missing practice on Wednesday, Suter was back on the ice on Thursday morning and will be in the lineup tonight vs. the Flames.
Source: @mnwild 01/29/15, 10:18 am EST
Suter (undisclosed) is expected to play on Thursday.
Suter missed Wednesday’s practice due to general soreness, but he is on the ice this afternoon and it looks like he will play vs. the Flames.
Suter will return from his suspension on Monday.
Suter missed the last two games because of a suspension for his elbow on Steve Downie last Tuesday. He will be back in the lineup tonight paired with Jonas Brodin. He has one goal and 22 assists (23 points) in 40 games this season, but has just one assist in his last 10.
Source: Chad Graff 01/19/15, 7:32 am EST
The NHL has suspended Ryan Suter for two games for elbowing Penguins forward Steve Downie.
Suter will miss the Wild's game against the Buffalo Sabres on Thursday and against the Arizona Coyotes on Saturday in St. Paul. He will forfeit $81,058.72 in salary because of the suspension. The Wild called up Matt Dumba from the American Hockey League on Wednesday and will insert Jon Blum into the lineup Thursday.
Source: Chad Graff 01/15/15, 5:18 am EST
Suter (mumps) is expected to return to the lineup on Tuesday.
Suter has missed the last two games with mumps, but was on the ice for the Wild’s practice on Monday and is expected to return to the lineup on Tuesday. He has 13 points (1G / 12A) in 23 games this season.
Suter (mumps) will not play on Friday.
Suter took part in the Wild’s morning skate which was a good sign that he might play, but the Wild will wisely hold him out tonight and allow him to have the weekend to recover because they are off until next Tuesday. Chrisitan Folin is expected to remain in the lineup for Suter.
Suter has been diagnosed with mumps; but not ruled out for Friday.
Suter missed Wednesday’s game and Thursday’s practice with an illness which has now been diagnosed as mumps. Despite mumps keeping many other players out for multiple games, head coach Mike Yeo would not rule Suter out for tomorrow, saying “it affects people differently.” While it is good to hear he might play tomorrow, the most likely scenario is that he sits and rests over the weekend since the Wild are off until Tuesday following tomorrow’s game.
Source: @mnwild 12/4/14, 8:35 am EST
Suter (illness) will not play on Wednesday.
Suter underwent blood-work on Tuesday to determine whether or not surer has the mumps virus. There is no word on how long the Wild expect Suter to be out, but he will for sure miss tonight’s game which means Christian Folin is in.
Source: @mnwild 12/3/14, 6:22 am EST
Suter (illness) is doubtful at minimum for Wednesday's game.
Suter missed Tuesday's practice and did not take part in the Wild's morning skate. He is "doubtful at a minimum" according to head coach Mike Yeo, so expect Suter to sit tonight vs. the Canadiens. If he sits expect Christian Folin to be in the lineup.
Suter (illness) is expected to play on Wednesday.
Suter missed Tuesday’s practice with an illness, but head coach Mike Yeo fully expects Suter to be in the lineup vs. Montreal. Monitor his status during the Wild’s morning skate.
No Ryan Suter in morning skate #mnwild
Suter left Thursday's game with an undisclosed injury and did not return. The fact that he isn't skating this morning indicates he likely isn't going to play tonight. Either Prosser and Falk will enter the lineup to replace Suter, and Jared Spurgeon will move to the top d-pair.