Helm has dished out a lone assist in 10 games this season. Coming off a year where Helm recorded a career-high 33 points, the fourth-line winger has been struggling so far in 2015-16. A concussion with the combination of a shoulder injury kept Helm out of action the first four games of the year, since then, he has dished out one assist and been held to zero goals.
Helm (shoulder) will make his B"> season debut Saturday night against the Canadiens. This is an encouraging development considering that Helm recently experienced an injury setback, per MLive's Ansar Khan, who added that this setback wasn't related to a concussion. Look for Helm to be paired with Drew Miller and Joakim Andersson in a bottom-six role against the Habs.
Helm (shoulder) stated his recent setback wasn't concussion-related, and that he has an outside chance of playing on Saturday, Ansar Khan of MLive reports. A separated shoulder has kept Helm out of the first three games, and it's unlikely that he'll play this weekend as the Wings don't feel the need to rush him back. A more likely return date will be Wednesday against Edmonton.
Helm (concussion) won't play for the Red Wings this weekend. Helm reportedly suffered a setback in Thursday's practice, which will force him to miss, at the very least, the Wings' next two tilts. His next chance to return to game action will come on Oct. 21 against the Oilers.
Helm (shoulder) will likely miss Friday's game, but return Saturday against the Canadiens, Ansar Khan of MLive.com reports. Helm has missed the beginning of the season with a shoulder injury after a breakout season last year where he scored 15 goals and added 18 assists in 75 games. His absence has allowed for Dylan Larkin to flourish early on.
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