Anderson provided an assist, logged four hits and added two blocked shots in Thursday's 4-2 loss to the Oilers in Game 6. Anderson's not known for his offense, so it's no surprise this was his first point in six playoff outings. The 22-year-old blueliner has added 28 hits, nine blocked shots and a minus-4 rating. He's played in a top-four role as a defensive presence alongside Matt Roy.
Anderson (upper body) was removed from injured reserve ahead of Wednesday's tilt with Seattle. Anderson has been out of action since March 7 versus the Bruins due to his upper-body issue. Prior to his extended absence, the blueliner was stuck in a 17-game goal drought during which he recorded three assists, 15 shots and 53 hits. Given his limited offensive upside, Anderson shouldn't be expected to offer much in the way of fantasy value the rest of the way.
Anderson (upper body) will not play Tuesday against Anaheim but could be available soon, Zach Dooley of the Kings' official site reports. Anderson has been out since March 7 and Tuesday will be his 20th straight absence. The 22-year-old has seven points while averaging 20:05 of ice time throuhg 55 games this season. If he's unable to return before the end of the regular season, he could be back in the lineup for the first round of the playoffs if the Kings secure a spot.
Anderson (upper body) was moved to long-term injured reserve Sunday. Anderson has missed the last six games and will now miss at least the next four; he can return as early as March 30. The 22-year-old was considered week-to-week earlier this month but there hasn't been much more information regarding his status.
Anderson (upper body) was designated as week-to-week Wednesday, per Jim Fox of Bally Sports. Anderson has averaged 20:05 of ice time and generated seven points over 55 appearances this season. The 22-year-old is set to miss at least the next three games due to his placement on injured reserve.
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