Eklund (lower body) is expected to return to the Sharks' lineup Tuesday vs. Winnipeg.
Eklund did not play on Sunday but is expected to return for Tuesday's contest against the Vancouver Canucks. Before his injury, Eklund had five points (2G / 3A) in his last four games, averaging over 20 minutes of ice time per night.
William Eklund (lower body) is questionable to play Tuesday vs. Vancouver.
Eklund did not play on Sunday and is questionable for Tuesday's contest against the Vancouver Canucks. Before his injury, Eklund had five points (2G / 3A) in his last four games, averaging over 20 minutes of ice time per night.
William Eklund (illness) missed practice Wednesday but is expected to draw into the lineup vs. Vancouver.
Eklund did not participate in Wednesday's team practice due to an illness but is still expected to play Thursday as San Jose takes on Vancouver. The 21-year-old prospect has struggled offensively as the Sharks continue to be historically bad at scoring (1.0 G/GP) and has a goal, two points, 12 SOG, and a -4 plus/minus to start his first full NHL campaign.
Source: Sheng Peng 11/2/23, 1:40 pm EST
William Eklund will be out for the remainder of the 2022-23 season as he recovers from shoulder surgery.
Source: Sheng Peng 03/31/23, 3:34 pm EST
The Sharks have reassigned William Eklund to San Jose (AHL).
Eklund picked up two goals and one assist (three points) in eight games with the Sharks during his call-up. The 20-year-old winger returns to the AHL, where he is second on the team with 41 points (17G / 24A) in 52 games. Andrew Agozzino was recalled in a corresponding move to take Eklund's spot on the roster.
William Eklund will be making his season debut Saturday for San Jose.
Eklund had 17 goals, 24 assists, 43 PIMs and a -9 plus/minus through 52 games with the San Jose Barracuda (AHL) and will be making his season debut with the Sharks on Saturday. Eklund was a 2021 1st round pick (7th overall) and has played in nine career NHL games previously, picking up four assists.
Source: Sheng Peng 03/3/23, 1:28 pm EST
Eklund will draw back into the Sharks lineup on Tuesday.
Eklund was a healthy scratch in Boston on Sunday but will be back in the lineup in Nashville. Eklund, who has three assists in his first four NHL games, will skate on a line with Tomas Hertl and Kevin Labanc.