Schlemko (lower body) will suit up against the Stars on Monday, Curtis Pashelka of the Bay Area News Group reports. Schlemko, who has been sidelined for the Sharks' previous eight contests, was starting to get on a roll before getting hurt, as he had tallied four helpers in six outings. It is unclear who the 29-year-old will bounce from the lineup, but Dylan DeMelo should probably be considered the leading candidate to serve as a healthy scratch.
Schlemko (lower body) is not quite ready to return, so the Sharks will be without him against the Ducks on Saturday, Curtis Pashelka of the San Jose Mercury News reports. The folks within the Sharks community continue to hold out hope that Schlemko will be fit to return soon. He's about to miss his eighth straight contest, though, keeping Dylan DeMelo employed on the third pair with Brenden Dillon.
Schlemko (lower body) hopes to be available Saturday against the Ducks, Kevin Kurz of CSN Bay Area reports. Schlemko's return date keeps getting pushed back, but the serviceable stay-at-home defenseman has avoided going on IR. With 15 points (two goals, 13 assists) in 51 games, Schlemko probably isn't that far above replacement level in the majority of fantasy leagues -- if at all.
Schlemko (lower body) is "getting a lot closer" to returning to the lineup, per coach Peter DeBoer, though it won't happen Tuesday night against the Sabres, Curtis Pashelka of the San Jose Mercury News reports. A proficient shot-blocking defenseman who has a teaspoon's worth of offensive flavor in his game, Schlemko will now set his sights on returning for Thursday's home contest against the Blues.
Schlemko (lower body) has no timetable for his return, though he remains day-to-day, Curtis Pashelka of the San Jose Mercury News reports. The Sharks appear to be labeling the defenseman day-to-day in the sense that he may avoid placement on IR, but in that same light, we'd be surprised to see him come back for either of the two contests that'll precede Sunday's clash with the Stars. Until Schlemko proves that he's fit to play, Dylan DeMelo should continue to work on the third pair with Brenden Dillon or Tim Heed.
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