Jonathan Ericsson

#52 D / Detroit Red Wings / EXP: 8YRS Height: 6-4 Weight: 221 lb Age: 31 College: None

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  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Red Wings' Jonathan Ericsson: Picks up assist in victory

    Ericsson registered his seventh assist of the season in Friday's 3-0 win against Buffalo. With Niklas Kronwall out two to four weeks, Detroit needs a couple more defensemen to step up, and Ericsson did Friday night. He won't score real often (eight points on the year) but he was a plus-2 and fired a team-high five shots on goal against the Sabres.

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    Red Wings' Jonathan Ericsson: Will be in lineup Thursday

    Ericsson (upper body) will be in the lineup Thursday night against the Penguins, per Red Wings coach Jeff Blashill, Helene St. James of the Detroit Free Press reports. Ericsson is a big blueliner at 6-foot-4, 220 pounds, and he's prone to shutting down opponents. However, in fantasy leagues, there's simply not much incentive to roll out a guy who has missed the past five games and has just 88 points through 439 career appearances.

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    Red Wings' Jonathan Ericsson: Out again Tuesday

    Ericsson won't play Tuesday against the Jets. Tuesday's matchup with Winnipeg marks the fifth-straight contest Ericsson will miss with an upper-body injury he suffered on Dec. 18 against the Canucks. The 31-year-old blueliner will hope to return to action Thursday against Pittsburgh.

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    Red Wings' Jonathan Ericsson: Ruled out for Monday

    Ericsson will not play Monday against the Wild. Ericsson was considered doubtful for the contest coming in, but has officially been ruled out following Monday's morning skate. Jakub Kindl will continue to draw into the lineup in the blueliner's place, making Ericsson's next chance to return Tuesday against the Jets.

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    Red Wings' Jonathan Ericsson: Unlikely for Monday

    Ericsson (upper body) isn't expected to be ready for Monday's game against the Wild, Ansar Khan of MLive.com reports. Ericsson missed each of the past three contests because of the issue, and it appears another one is on tap. If that's the case as expected, the blueliner's next chance to play then comes Tuesday against the Jets.

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    Red Wings' Jonathan Ericsson: Out for Saturday's game

    Ericsson (upper body) will miss Saturday's game but remains day to day, Helene St. James of the Detroit Free Press reports. This will be the third game Ericsson has missed with the injury. His next chance to return will be Monday against Minnesota, a game he should be able to take part in. It will depend on how much practice he can take part in Sunday and Monday.

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    Red Wings' Jonathan Ericsson: Out again Tuesday

    Ericsson (upper body) is out of the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Devils. Ericcson was confirmed out Tuesday by coach Jeff Blashill. The defenseman will miss just his second game of the season, but will hope to get back into the lineup after the Holidays. The 31-year-old has been solid defensively, putting up a plus-7 on the year, but is not a frequent contributor on offense, with just five point on 32 games.

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    Red Wings' Jonathan Ericsson: Doubtful for Tuesday

    Head coach Jeff Blashill indicated Monday that Ericsson (upper body) is considered doubtful for Tuesday's game against the Devils, George Sipple of the Detroit Free Press reports. Ericsson suffered the upper-body injury in Friday's contest, and it sounds like it will more than likely hold him out at least an additional two games. If that's indeed the case, his next chance to return would come Saturday against the Predators.

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    Red Wings' Jonathan Ericsson: Won't play Sunday

    Ericsson (upper body) will not play in Sunday's game against the Flames, Ansar Kahn of MLive.com reports. Ericsson was considered a game-time call for the contest Sunday, but must not be doing well enough to give it a go. As a result, Jakub Kindl will draw into the lineup in his place, making the blueliner's next chance to return Tuesday against the Devils.

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    Red Wings' Jonathan Ericsson: Remains a game-time call Sunday

    Ericsson (upper body) did not take part in Sunday's morning skate, and remains a game-time decision for the evening's contest. Ericsson was considered questionable entering Sunday, and his absence from morning skate didn't improve his chances for the game. He'll be a game-time decision, but if the blueliner can't go, Jakub Kindl will draw into the lineup in his place.

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