Silfverberg (hand) was activated off injured reserve and logged 19:39 of ice time versus the Sharks on Sunday. Silfverberg returned to the lineup following a five-game stint on the sidelines due to his hand injury. The winger took on a bottom-six role Sunday, but could work his way into the top two lines as he gets back up to game speed.
Silfverberg (hand) could return Sunday against the Sharks. Silfverberg hasn't played since Oct. 14, and while no official decision has been made regarding his status for Sunday's divisional clash, the Swedish-born winger sounds optimistic about returning to the lineup. If he doesn't play against San Jose, his next chance to suit up comes Tuesday, at home against the Flyers.
According to the NHL's media site, Silfverberg (hand) has been placed on injured reserve, retroactive to Oct. 14. The Ducks' forward has a broken finger but according to general manager, Bob Murray, Silfverberg plans to play through the injury. Even when he returns to the lineup, the Swedish forward's injury could limit his offensive effectiveness, so benching him until he proves otherwise isn't the worst idea.
Silfverberg (hand) suffered a non-displaced broken finger Sunday against the Blues. Silfverberg continues to skate but has stopped all puck handling drills for the foreseeable future. Originally thought of as a minor injury, it appears the Swede will miss time as a result of the injury. There is no official timetable for his return.
Silfverberg (hand) will miss Wednesday's game versus the Islanders, Eric Stephens of The Athletic reports. Silfverberg was unlikely to suit up Wednesday and it has been confirmed that he will not dress for the home contest against New York. Anaheim's next game is Saturday, on the road versus the Golden Knights. With seven points in six games, the Swedish-born forward has gotten off to a hot start in 2018-19.
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