Boyle (undisclosed) will return to the lineup for Thursday's game against the Avalanche, Bryan Burns of NHL.com reports. Boyle was expected to rejoin the lineup for Thursday's contest, and that's indeed the case. Based on the lines, Boyle will likely center the fourth line alongside J.T. Brown and Jonathan Marchessault.
Boyle (undisclosed) practiced Thursday, and will likely return to Tampa Bay's lineup Thursday against the Avalanche, Erik Erlendsson of The Tampa Tribune reports. Boyle has missed the Lightning's last three games with the undisclosed ailment, but appears poised to return to action Thursday against Colorado. If he is ultimately unable to go, Jonathan Marchessault will draw into Tampa Bay's lineup in his absence.
Boyle (undisclosed) did not participate in warmups Tuesday night, Erik Erlendsson of the Tampa Bay Tribune reports. Boyle missed the past two games with the ailment, and his absence from pre-game warmups almost assuredly means he won't play Tuesday night against the Blues. If he was on the ice, you wouldn't miss him as he's 6-foot-7, 243 pounds and has made his presence felt with a plus-5 rating and four points through seven showings. His next chance to lace his skates for a game will be this Thursday, a home tilt against the Avalanche.
Boyle (undisclosed) may play Tuesday against the Blues, Joe Smith of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Boyle was forced to miss Tampa Bay's last two games with the ailment, but was able to return to practice Monday, indicating he may be available Tuesday against St. Louis. If he is able to suit up for Tuesday's contest, he will likely slot into Tamp Bay's lineup as a bottom-six forward.
Boyle (undisclosed) practiced Monday, Joe Smith of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Boyle missed the last two games with an undisclosed injury, but he appears to be progressing well. If he's able to skate Tuesday as well, the 30-year-old should be able to suit up against the Blues on Tuesday.
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