Wilson (lower body) wasn't included on Colorado's 31-man postseason roster and won't be available for the playoffs. There haven't been any updates on Wilson's condition since he was able to ditch the crutches he was using in mid-February, but the fact that he wasn't included on the Avalanche's postseason roster all but confirms he still hasn't fully recovered from the surgery he underwent in early December. The 30-year-old winger picked up four helpers through the first nine games of the regular season before sustaining his injury.
Wilson (lower body) isn't using crutches anymore but still has no timeline to return, Ryan S. Clark of The Athletic reports. Wilson is making good progress in his rehab, but the Avalanche aren't sure when he'll be ready to return to the lineup. His next step will be getting back on the ice in some capacity, so we may have to wait until March to see him gear up again. Injuries are stacking up for Colorado, so the team could use his presence in the top nine, as he posted 27 points (12 goals, 15 assists) last year.
Wilson was spotted with crutches Tuesday but was able to walk on his own, Ryan S. Clark of The Athletic reports. Although he's making progress, Wilson still appears to need a few more weeks of recovery before getting back on the ice. The 30-year-old will remain on IR until then, but he'll be valuable depth when he returns, as he produced 12 goals and 15 helpers over 65 games last season.
Wilson (lower body) will undergo surgery and is expected to be out long term, Ryan S. Clark of The Athletic reports. Wilson hasn't played since Oct. 26, but he was off to a solid start with four points over the first nine games. Since the details of his injury are unclear, the 30-year-old should be considered week-to-week at this time, and he'll remain on IR.
Wilson (lower body) has surfaced on injured reserve, per the NHL's official media site. Wilson will miss a seventh straight game Tuesday against Winnipeg and remains without a definite timetable for his return to the lineup. The veteran winger will need to return to practice before his return to action can be viewed as imminent, so he can be considered out indefinitely until that occurs.
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