Hertl will undergo a surgical procedure to clean out loose cartilage in his left knee and is expected out for at least "several weeks".
Hertl last played on January 27th and sat out for two games before participating in the All-Star game. The Sharks have not played since and announced on Monday that Hertl will undergo a surgical procedure on his left knee that will keep him out of the lineup for several weeks. Hertl had 15 goals, 34 points, 113 SOG, 22 PIMs and a -26 plus/minus in 48 games before his injury. With Mikael Granlund nearing a return, offensive responsibilities will fall heavily on him and Logan Couture.
Hertl (lower body) will be out for a second straight game Wednesday.
Hertl left the Sharks' contest Saturday vs. Buffalo after just 16:50 TOI due to a lower-body injury and did not play Tuesday. The 30-year-old's injury is not expected to be severe enough to hold him out from representing San Jose at the 2024 NHL All-Star games after collecting 15 goals, 34 points, 113 SOG, 22 PIMs and a -26 plus/minus in 48 games before his injury.
Source: Max Miller 01/31/24, 3:25 pm EST
Hertl (undisclosed) will be out Tuesday vs. Seattle.
Hertl left the Sharks' contest Saturday vs. Buffalo after just 16:50 TOI due to an undisclosed injury and will not play Tuesday after not practicing Monday. The 30-year-old's injury is not expected to be severe enough to hold him out from representing San Jose at the 2024 NHL All Star games after collecting 15 goals, 34 points, 113 SOG, 22 PIMs and a -26 plus/minus in 48 games prior to his injury.
Hertl (undisclosed) is considered day-to-day but hopeful to play Tuesday vs. Seattle.
Hertl left the Sharks' contest Saturday vs. Buffalo after just 16:50 TOI due to an undisclosed injury and is now considered day-to-day after not practicing Monday but does hope to be back in the lineup Tuesday. The 30-year-old will represent San Jose at the 2024 NHL All Star games after collecting 15 goals, 34 points, 113 SOG, 22 PIMs and a -26 plus/minus in 48 games prior to his injury.
Hertl (mid-body) is officially back in the Sharks lineup on Thursday.
Source: NHL.com 11/30/23, 6:59 pm EST
Tomas Hertl (mid body) is day-to-day and expected to miss Monday vs. Washington.
There was no indication of Hertl being injured in the Sharks' last contest, in which he recorded 20:12 time-on-ice and scored two points (0G / 2A), but he is expected to miss their game against the Washington Capitals on Monday. Hertl has played exceptionally for the last-place Sharks, scoring 16 points (4G / 12A) while averaging 20:56 time-on-ice but has an ugly -14 plus/minus attached to his name.
Source: Max Miller 11/27/23, 2:40 pm EST
Tomas Hertl will play Thursday vs. Colorado after leaving the Sharks' previous game early.
Source: Sheng Peng 04/5/23, 5:29 pm EST
Hertl (personal) is expected to return to the Sharks lineup on Thursday.
Hertl missed the Sharks' last game for the birth of his child but is expected to play Thursday vs. the Predators. Hertl has gone cold in the last month, picking up just four points (1G / 3A) in his last eight games.
Hertl (personal) will not play Monday vs. the Kraken.
Source: Sheng Peng 02/20/23, 1:58 pm EST
Tomas Hertl has been suspended for two games for his high stick on Calgary's Elias Lindholm.
Hertl will be suspended for two games after his high-sticking infraction Sunday vs. Calgary. It is a massive loss for the Sharks who will be without their leading forward scorer, who has 11 goals, 21 assists, 12 PIMs and 82 SOG through 33 games played this season prior to his suspension.
The Sharks have signed Tomas Hertl to an eight-year contract extension worth $65.1 million ($8.1375M AAV).
Hertl has had a terrific season, scoring 25 goals with 23 assists (48 points) in 59 games for the Sharks. Hertl has spent all nine years of his NHL career in San Jose since being drafted No.17 overall in 2012. His new deal will take him through the 2029-30 NHL season.
Hertl has been activated from COVID-19 protocol and is expected to play Tuesday vs. Arizona.
Hertl was added to COVID-19 protocol just prior to the Christmas break and has been cleared to play on Tuesday. It's unclear who he will replace in the lineup but he'll be back in the top-6 and top power-play unit.
Hertl (COVID-19) will return to the Sharks lineup on Friday.
Hertl has missed the last six games after being added to the COVID-19 list but will return to the lineup on Friday. Hertl will be back on the second line with Timo Meier, who also is expected to return to the lineup, and comes in with 11 points (6G / 5A) in 17 games.
Source: Sheng Peng 03/12/21, 2:11 pm EST
Hertl will be out for at least two weeks due to COVID-19 protocol.
Hertl tested positive for COVID-19 and head coach Bob toughener said he'll miss at least two weeks as he follows protocol. With the Sharks back in action on Saturday, look for Alexander Chmelevski to replace Hertl in the lineup.
Source: Kevin Kurz 02/27/21, 9:46 am EST
Hertl has a torn ACL and MCL and will miss the rest of the 2020 season.
Hertl was forced to leave Wednesday's game after only a few shifts after falling awkwardly in a collision with Chris Tanev. Hertl tore both his MCL and ACL and will miss the rest of the season. An already difficult season for San Jose just got a whole lot worse. They'll now be without both of their top-2 centres for an extended period of time.
Source: Kevin Kurz 01/30/20, 2:46 pm EST
Hertl (lower-body) is on the ice for warmups; expected to play Friday.
Source: Sheng Peng 11/29/19, 3:40 pm EST
Hertl (lower-body) will be a game-time decision on Friday.
Hertl has missed the last four games with a lower-body injury but will be a game-time decision vs. the Kings on Friday. The Sharks are expected to go back to 12 forwards and six defensemen if Hertl plays.
Hertl (lower-body) will not play on Monday.
Hertl continues to deal with a lower-body injury and will miss his third straight game on Monday. The Sharks are 2-0 without Hertl but have scored just two goals in each game, so their offence is suffering without him.
Source: Sheng Peng 11/25/19, 2:45 pm EST
Hertl (lower-body) will be a game-time decision on Saturday.
Source: Sheng Peng 11/23/19, 2:02 pm EST
Hertl (undisclosed) will not play on Thursday.
Hertl will miss Thursday's game in Vegas and is day-to-day. Head coach Pete DeBoer said that Hertl's injury is "not a knee" and "not serious." Antti Suomela will replace Hertl in the lineup.
Source: Kevin Kurz 11/21/19, 2:35 pm EST