Glass will not be available to play this summer when play resumes, Jesse Granger of The Athletic reports. Glass underwent surgery in March for his right knee and was deemed to miss the remainder of the season. It appears event with play being suspended for over three months that he will not be able to return at any point this season. Glass will be an important part of Vegas' future, so he will focus on getting back fully healthy next season.
Glass has undergone surgery on his injured right knee and will miss the remainder of the campaign, David Schoen of the Las Vegas Review Journal reports. Glass won't be available for the Golden Knights during the playoffs, but he's expected to be ready for next season's training camp. The 20-year-old rookie will finish the campaign having notched five goals and 12 points while averaging 13:22 of ice time in 39 appearances with the big club. He bounced between leagues in 2019-20, but Glass should be an everyday player for Vegas in 2020-21.
Glass (knee) is without a timetable for his return to game action, David Schoen of the Las Vegas Review Journal reports. Glass is presently in the minors but a knee injury is preventing him from playing. Golden Knights general manager Kelly McCrimmon spoke to the media and did not provide a timetable for Glass' return, an indication that it could be a while before he suits up for Vegas at the top level. Right now, he's not worth a fantasy roster spot.
The Golden Knights sent Glass down to AHL Chicago on Monday. After missing 12 contests with a leg injury, Glass suited up for the last two games, recording two shots in roughly 24 combined minutes of ice time. He'll have an opportunity to get more ice time with AHL Chicago before likely being called back up once he's in better game shape. The rookie forward has five goals and 12 points in 39 NHL games this season.
The Golden Knights summoned Glass from AHL Las Vegas on Friday, Jesse Granger of The Athletic reports. Glass was sent to the minors for the purpose of getting him some conditioning following an extended stay on the shelf. Prior to the injury, the 2017 first-round pick had tallied just 12 points (five goals, seven assists) over 37 games, leaving him off the fantasy radar in the majority of redraft leagues.
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