Methot (undisclosed) will suit up against the Oilers on Thursday, Bruce Garrioch of Ottawa Sun reports. Methot has missed the Senators last six matchups dating back to mid-January. The blueliner sees plenty of ice time, averaging 20:46, but has logged a mere two scores and four assists. Currently in the midst of a 18 game goalless streak, the 30-year-old has added a lone helper over that span and is unlikely to explode offensively.
Methot (undisclosed) participated in practice Wednesday, but remains a question mark heading into Thursday's game against the Oilers, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports. Methot has been sidelined for six straight games because of the undisclosed issue, but he appears to be nearing a return to the lineup. Whether or not that return will come Thursday should be confirmed on gameday, so expect another update at that point.
Methot (undisclosed) will not play in Tuesday night's road tilt against the Penguins, Dean Brown of TSN 1200 reports. This is the sixth straight game that Methot has missed. The veteran defenseman's next chance to return will come Thursday when Ottawa hosts the Oilers.
Methot (undisclosed) is a game-time decision for Tuesday night's road tilt against the Penguins. Methot is not currently listed in the projected lineup, and it appears that we will have to wait until pre-game warmups to see if No. 3 will be able to play in Tuesday's contest. Ottawa is struggling defensively with a minus-16 goal differential and the Pens could find it easier to slice through the attacking zone if Methot, a stay-at-home defender, ends up missing the game.
Methot (undisclosed) was the first skater on the ice at practice Monday, Gord Wilson of TSN 1200 reports. Methot could possibly be ready to draw back into the lineup for Tuesday's game at Pittsburgh. The 30-year-old veteran defenseman has not played in a game since Jan 16. His status for Tuesday will likely be updated before the game.
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