Haas (foot) is not in the lineup Wednesday against Montreal. Haas will miss his sixth straight game with the foot issue, and with just two regular-season games left after Wednesday, it's unclear if he'll return prior to the playoffs.
Haas (foot) will not suit up for Monday's tilt with Montreal, NHL.com reports. Haas has now missed the last five games and hasn't scored a point since March 17. He'll be questionable for Wednesday's game against the Canadiens.
Haas (foot) won't play Saturday against the Canucks but should be ready by the playoffs, Daniel Nugent-Bowman of The Athletic reports. The cause of Haas' injury was previously unknown, but it was revealed that he was injured by taking a shot to the foot. Edmonton has three more regular-season games left after Saturday, and it sounds like Haas could miss some or all of those as well, though he's yet to be ruled out officially beyond Saturday.
Haas (undisclosed) won't play Tuesday versus the Canucks, Bob Stauffer of the Oilers Radio Network reports. Haas will miss a second straight game with the injury. Kyle Turris is in the lineup in a bottom-six role to fill the void.
Haas will not be in the lineup against Vancouver on Monday after sustaining an undisclosed injury, Daniel Nugent-Bowman of The Athletic reports. Given Haas hasn't scored a point since March 17 versus Calgary, a run of 16 games without a point, few fantasy players will notice the center's absence. Even once given the green light to play, he could still find himself watching from the press box given the veteran depth on the club.
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