Hayton (shoulder) will return to the lineup Thursday against St. Louis, Craig Morgan of The Athletic reports. Hayton, who's been sidelined with a shoulder injury he suffered during the World Junior Championship, will be appearing in his first NHL contest since a Nov. 29 matchup with Vegas. The 19-year-old rookie, who's notched four points in 14 games this campaign, will likely skate in a bottom-six role against the Blues.
Hayton (shoulder) won't play in Monday's game versus the Islanders, NHL.com reports. Hayton has yet to return to action after sustaining a shoulder injury at the World Junior Championships in January. The 19-year-old still doesn't have a timeline to return.
Hayton (shoulder) won't be in the lineup for Saturday's game against Washington, Craig Morgan of The Athletic reports. The 19-year-old was a recent call up from AHL Tucson after completing his conditioning stint. He's been recovering from a shoulder injury he suffered in the World Junior Championships in January, but could find himself back in the lineup soon. Expect another update on Hayton's status ahead of Monday's game against the Islanders. Brad Richardson is expected to be deployed as the team's fourth-line center.
The Coyotes summoned Hayton (shoulder) from AHL Tucson on Thursday. Hayton hasn't seen the ice in NHL action since late November, but that extended absence could come to an end very soon. According to a report from Craig Morgan of The Athletic earlier this week, Hayton isn't expected to be an option for game action until Saturday's game against the Capitals, which would make sense since the team is already in Ottawa for Thursday's contest. Aaron Ness was sent back to Tucson in a corresponding move.
Hayton (shoulder) scored a goal in his first game with AHL Tucson on Wednesday. Hayton is rehabbing a shoulder injury suffered at the World Junior Championship. The 19-year-old figures to play several more games with Tucson before the Coyotes consider recalling him.
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