Haley (ankle) will suit up for Sunday's Game 2 tilt against Colorado, Kevin Kurz of The Athletic reports. Haley has missed the last five games with his ankle injury and did not score a point in the first three games this postseason. However, he scored his lone goal as a Shark in the team's final regular season game, a home contest against Colorado. Dylan Gambrell will be bumped from the lineup.
Haley (ankle), as expected, won't be in the lineup against Colorado on Friday, Kevin Kurz of The Athletic reports. Haley was a long shot to play in Game 1, but has officially been ruled out. Even once cleared to play, the winger may not be able to break into the lineup and could continue watching from the press box as a healthy scratch.
Haley (ankle) isn't expected to be ready for Friday's Game 1 against the Avalanche, Curtis Pashelka of The San Jose Mercury News reports. Haley's absence shouldn't be of much concern from a fantasy standpoint given his limited ice time and production, but the Sharks will lose out on some physical play (32 hits over 19 games). The Sharks are dealing with a number of injuries up front, so they may be forced to recall reinforcements from the minors or roll with an extra defenseman in Game 1.
Haley (ankle) is slated to miss Tuesday's Game 7 matchup with Vegas. Haley will be on the shelf for his fourth straight contest after getting hurt in Game 3. In the postseason, the winger is averaging a mere 6:06 of ice time and likely won't see significantly more minutes once cleared to play. The Ontario native could even find himself on the outside looking in as a healthy scratch.
Haley (ankle) is not in Sunday's lineup for Game 6 in Vegas, Curtis Pashelka of The San Jose Mercury News reports. Haley hasn't played since Game 3 but averaged just over six minutes of ice time in the first three games of the postseason. It's unclear what his status will be for Tuesday's potential Game 7 matchup.
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