Boutlon (upper body) has been activated from injured reserve and will draw in to Sunday's lineup. Boulton has seen NHL action in just one game this season, playing just 8:28 during that contest. Considering he has very limited NHL action in his career, and has never averaged more than 9:00 of ice time, it's safe to avoid him for fantasy purposes.
Boulton (undisclosed) was placed on injured reserve Friday. There's no indication as to the nature of Boulton's injury, as he has only played one game this season, and that was on Dec. 12. The move was made retroactive to Jan. 2, meaning that Boulton can be activated as soon as Saturday, but it's unclear as to when Boulton may be able to return.
Boulton (lower body) was activated off injured reserve Friday. Even though Boulton is now healthy, it isn't likely that he draws into the lineup immediately. If he does, Boulton will play limited minutes on the Isles' fourth line for the purpose of adding toughness, not offensive production. In the last four seasons, the 39-year old winger has scored six points.
Boulton (lower body) will be out for Tuesday night's contest against the Sharks, Kevin Kurz of CSNBayArea.com reports. The 39-year-old veteran Boulton will continue to work his way back from an injury sustained Oct. 17. He likely would not be much of a factor anyway, as he has appeared in just 48 games over the last three seasons with the Islanders. His next chance to return will be Thursday when New York will play at Los Angeles.
Boulton is on injured reserve with a lower-body injury, Arthur Staple of Newsday reports. It's unclear how Boulton sustained the injury, but not all news is bad for the Islanders as the team has activated defenseman Thomas Hickey (upper body) from IR in a corresponding move.
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