Mark Stuart

#5 D / Winnipeg Jets / EXP: 10YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 213 lb Age: 31 College: Colorado College

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  • Jets' Stuart Records Assist In Loss

    News: Mark Stuart registered an assist, eight hits, and three blocked shots in Thursday's Game 1 loss to the Ducks.
    Analysis: Mark Stuart typically shines in the defensive categories, but the assist is a relative rarity. He finished the regular season with just 14 points in 70 games.
  • Jets' Stuart Appears In Line To Play Saturday

    News: Mark Stuart (face) appears to be on track to play Saturday against the Predators, Ken Wiebe of the Winnipeg Sun reports.
    Analysis: The Jets evaluated Mark Stuart after he took a puck to the face during Friday's practice, but his presence on the ice during Saturday's morning skate suggests that he was able to avoid a concussion. He skated as part of a defensive pairing with Jacob Trouba during Saturday's session, an indicator that the Jets expect to have him available for the game later in the evening.
  • Jets' Stuart Takes Puck To Face In Practice

    News: Mark Stuart left Friday's practice after taking a puck to the face, CBC's Jeff Hamilton reports.
    Analysis: The extent of the injury is thus far unclear, and the Jets won't play until Saturday in Nashville. Expect the team to make a ruling on his status for the game following Saturday's morning skate. Mark Stuart has not registered a point since January.
  • Jets' Stuart Close To 100 Percent Healthy

    News: Mark Stuart is close to 100 percent healthy and is "ready to roll", Ken Wiebe of the Winnipeg Sun reports.
    Analysis: Mark Stuart returned to action for six games prior to the NHL's All-Star break, but missed the team's last two contests in order to "get back to full health." After battling injuries at defense all season, the Jets now have nine healthy defenseman on the active roster. Stuart will return to action Thursday against the Flyers, replacing Jay Harrison and playing opposite Jacob Trouba on Winnipeg's third defensive pair. Stuart has 11 points and 41 PIM through 38 games this year, and will look to post a strong and healthy second half of the season.
  • Jets Activate Stuart (Lower Body) From IR

    News: Mark Stuart (lower body) was activated from injured reserve Thursday.
    Analysis: Mark Stuart missed only two games due to the lower-body ailment. Now that the minor injury is behind him, Stuart is expected to join Jacob Trouba on the Jets' third pairing, giving the team its optimal arrangement on the blue line. Trouba will assume more of a puck-moving role of the two players, while Stuart figures to bring superior hit and block totals.
  • Jets' Stuart (Lower Body) On IR

    News: Mark Stuart (lower body) will be placed on IR by the Jets, Ken Wiebe of the Winnipeg Sun reports.
    Analysis: With Mark Stuart's lower-body injury evidently lingering, the blueliner heads to IR to make room for the team's activation of Mathieu Perreault.
  • Jets' Stuart (Undisclosed) Sitting Out Wednesday

    News: Mark Stuart (undisclosed) will not play Wednesday against the Blue Jackets, Ken Wiebe of the Winnipeg Sun reports.
    Analysis: Mark Stuart's injury isn't believed to be significant, but with the Jets readying for a prolonged break after Wednesday's game and Jacob Trouba (lower body) cleared to return to the lineup, the veteran blueliner will be given the night off. Expect Stuart to be ready to go for the Jets' first game out of the All-Star break Jan. 27, when he'll likely join Trouba on the team's third defensive pair.
  • Jets' Stuart A 'Maybe' For Wednesday

    News: Mark Stuart missed Tuesday's practice for what coach Paul Maurice described as "maintenance," AM 680 CJOB Sports reports. However, the blueliner is considered questionable for Wednesday's game against the Blue Jackets, according to Paul Friesen of the Winnipeg Sun.
    Analysis: It sounds like Mark Stuart's availability will hinge on Jacob Trouba's own health, as he's nearing a return from a lengthy absence due to a foot injury. If the team determines Wednesday morning that Trouba is fit to play, Stuart will likely bow out of the lineup for a game, which should provide him with enough time to recuperate from whatever is ailing him.
  • Jets' Stuart (Lower Body) Will Play Saturday

    News: Coach Paul Maurice confirmed Mark Stuart (lower body) would be activated from injured reserve and return to the lineup Saturday against the Kings, Ed Tait of the Winnipeg Free Press reports.
    Analysis: Wow. Initially expected to be sidelined through February with the injury, Mark Stuart was able to beat his recovery timetable by a full three weeks. He'll be one of three Jets skaters to return from long-term injuries Saturday, as Evander Kane (lower body) and Toby Enstrom (lower body) will also rejoin the lineup. Look for Stuart to be plugged in on the Jets' third pairing with Jay Harrison, where he'll make up for his lack of offensive ability with a bounty of hits and blocks.
  • Jets' Stuart (Lower Body) Could Be Back

    News: Mark Stuart (lower body) skated as part of a regular defensive pairing at the Jets' morning skate and could be back in the lineup Saturday against the Kings, Shane Hnidy of TSN reports.
    Analysis: Mark Stuart was projected to be out until February and only resumed skating a few days ago, so it would qualify as a major surprise if he ends up returning to action Saturday. The team continues to list him on injured reserve for now, and even if he ends up sitting Saturday, at the very least, it's clear he's further along in his recovery than anticipated.
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