Francouz (lower body) won't suit up for Sunday's game versus the Ducks, Adrian Dater of ColoradoHockeyNow.com reports. It's a bit concerning that Francouz will miss a third straight game, as the Avalanche initially called it a minor injury. However, Philipp Grubauer has been playing quite well, so perhaps the Avalanche are allowing Francouz to take his time in recovery. Hunter Miska will serve as Grubauer's backup Sunday.
Francouz (lower body) won't dress for Friday's game versus the Ducks, Andy Vernier of the Avalanche's official site reports. Francouz is still considered day-to-day with his lower-body issue, so there's a chance he'll be ready to return for Sunday's rematch with Anaheim. In the meantime, Philipp Grubauer will continue to shoulder the load in goal for Colorado.
Francouz (lower body) won't dress for Thursday's clash with the Kings. Francouz is considered day-to-day with his lower-body issue, but he'll have to make a quick recovery in order to have a shot at returning for Friday's game against Anaheim. With Francouz on the shelf, Hunter Miska will get the start in goal Thursday against LA with Philipp Grubauer serving as his backup.
Francouz is battling a lower-body injury, Scott MacDonald of Colorado Hockey Now reports. Francouz was replaced on the active roster by Hunter Miska for Tuesday's win over the Kings with what was originally described as an undisclosed injury. He remains day-to-day heading into Thursday's rematch with Los Angeles. Francouz was kept out of Wednesday's practice by the injury, per Adrian Dater of Colorado Hockey Now.
Francouz (undisclosed) is day-to-day and won't suit up for Tuesday's game against the Kings, Peter Baugh of The Athletic reports. Francouz's injury is considered minor, but he won't be available for the team's third game of the year. Both Adam Werner and Hunter Miska were called up to serve as Philipp Grubauer's backup Tuesday.
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