Erik Condra

#22 RW / Tampa Bay Lightning / EXP: 5YRS Height: 6-0 Weight: 189 lb Age: 29 College: Notre Dame

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    Lightning's Erik Condra: Will return Sunday

    Condra (lower body) will return to the lineup Sunday against the Senators. Condra has been sidelined since early December because of the lower-body issue, but it appears he's finally set to rejoin the lineup. It comes at a good time as well, with a plethora of Lightning forwards dealing with injuries at the moment. He's likely to center the fourth line for the club Sunday.

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    Lightning's Erik Condra: Out Friday

    Condra (lower body) won't play Friday against the Capitals, Erik Erlendsson of The Tampa Tribune reports. Condra has been deemed probable for Sunday's matchup with Ottawa, indicating Friday's game against Washington should be the last contest he'll miss with his lower-body injury. The 29-year-old winger has tallied five points (three goals, two assists) in 25 games this season.

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    Lightning's Erik Condra: Could play Friday

    Coach Jon Cooper indicated Thursday that Condra could play Friday agaisnt the Capitals, Bryan Burns of reports. Cooper initially believed Condra's first chance to play would come Sunday, but it appears the winger is progressing more quickly than expected. It still remains a bit unclear whether or not he will be in the lineup, but he certainly stands a better chance at this point than he did at the beginning of the week.

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    Lightning's Erik Condra: Questionable for Friday

    Coach Jon Cooper indicated Monday that Condra (lower body) is considered "dicey" for Friday's contest against the Capitals, Bryan Burns of reports. Condra is currently residing on the injured reserve list, but would be able to rejoin the club when healthy. The news effectively rules him out for both Monday and Tuesday's contest, and it doesn't necessarily look like he will be back for Friday either. More should be available about his status for the game as it draws near.

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    Lightning's Erik Condra: Placed on injured reserve

    Condra (lower body) was added to injured reserve, according to the NHL Media Site. Condra was ruled out for at least a week last Wednesday, and it now seems that his absence will be longer than initially expected. Forwards Joel Vermin and Yanni Gourde were recalled in corresponding moves.

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    Lightning's Erik Condra: At least a week from returning

    Condra (lower body) remains at least a week away from returning to the lineup, Joe Smith of Tampa Bay Times reports. It's unclear exactly what forced Condra out of the lineup Sunday, but the issue is apparently serious enough to cost him a fair amount of time. The team should further update his status as his return to the lineup draws nearer, but a return a week from Friday appears the earliest possible date.

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    Lightning's Erik Condra: Will not play Sunday

    Condra will not play Sunday due to an injury, Joe Smith of the Tampa Bay Times reports. It's not clear what type of setback Condra is dealing with, but he will be unable to give it a go Sunday. He will have a few days to recover before the Lightning's next game Thursday.

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    Lightning's Erik Condra: Bumped out of the lineup Saturday

    Condra was a healthy scratch Saturday night against the Wild, Joe Smith of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Jonathan Drouin, who had been dealing with a lower-body injury, returned from a five-game layoff and that prompted Condra to watch Saturday's game from the press box. Condra brings plenty of energy to the lineup when he's out there on the ice, but fantasy owners have very little use for a player whose playing time largely depends on the health of other skaters.

  • Lightning Sign Condra

    News: The Lightning signed Erik Condra to a three-year contract on Wednesday.
    Analysis: Erik Condra, who will reportedly earn $1.25 million per season under his new deal, is coming off a 2014-15 campaign in which he notched 23 points in 68 games for the Senators. As the Tampa Tribune relays, the 28-year-old depth winger is thus reunited with Lightning coach Jon Cooper, who coached for Texarkana in the North American Hockey League when Condra played for the team in 2003-04.
  • Condra Tallies One Of Five Sens Goals In Game 5

    News: Erik Condra netted his first goal of the postseason in Friday's Game 5 victory over the Canadiens.
    Analysis: Erik Condra finished the evening with three shot attempts and a plus-2 rating. His upside is capped by his standing on the Senators' third line along with a lack of power-play time, but the team values the supplemental offense he's capable of providing in limited minutes.
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