Coach Jon Cooper expects Maroon (undisclosed) to return to the lineup Saturday against the Flames, Bryan Burns of the Lightning's official site reports.
Maroon missed Thursday's loss to the Blackhawks due to a lingering injury, but he's evidently already put that issue behind him. The big-bodied winger is expected to skate on Tampa Bay's fourth line during Saturday's clash with Calgary.
Maroon (undisclosed) won't be available for Thursday's clash with Chicago due to a lingering injury, Joe Smith of The Athletic reports.
Maroon's issue doesn't sound overly serious, but it wouldn't be surprising to see Tampa Bay hold him out for a while to ensure he's 100 percent healthy once the playoffs roll around. Another update on the burly winger's status should surface once he's cleared to rejoin the lineup.
Maroon scored a goal Thursday in a 3-1 win over the Oilers.
Maroon has points in two straight, but just 19 (seven goals, 12 assists) in 53 games. Then again, he wasn't brought in to put up regular-season points. Maroon is in Tampa to give the Bolts a leg up in the postseason. This was his first goal in 11 games.
Maroon posted an assist, two shots on goal and three hits in Friday's 4-3 win over the Ducks.
Maroon had the secondary assist on Anthony Cirelli's second-period tally. The 31-year-old winger had gone three games without a point since he return from an undisclosed injury. For the year, Maroon has 17 points, 64 shots, 75 hits and 60 PIM in 46 outings.
Maroon (undisclosed) produced two shots on goal, two hits and a plus-1 rating in 14:03 during Friday's 7-1 rout of the Jets.
Maroon didn't get in on the scoring fun, but he played a healthy amount in his return from a three-game absence. The 31-year-old remains at 16 points with 70 hits, 58 PIM and 60 shots on goal in 43 appearances.
Maroon (undisclosed) will officially return to the lineup for Friday's game against the Jets, Caley Chelios of the Lightning's official site reports.
Maroon was deemed a game-time decision Friday morning, but it looks like he's ready to go. Expect the 31-year-old winger to see bottom-six deployment Friday after missing three games with the injury.
Alex Volkov's reassignment to the AHL positions Maroon (undisclosed) to play Friday against the Jets, Erik Erlendsson of LightningInsider.com reports.
Maroon will ultimately miss just three games because of the injury and will aim to pick up on the brief hot streak he accumulated prior to the injury, notching three points in the two games prior. He will have a week-plus break to recover from any potential issues from Friday's return, so it seems unlikely Maroon will miss any more time because of the minor issue.
According to Diana C. Nearhos of the Tampa Bay Times, Maroon didn't participate in line rushes during morning skate, which suggests he won't be available for Thursday's matchup with Minnesota.
Although Maroon didn't take line rushes, he was on the ice with his teammates for morning skate, so he's definitely closing in on a return. He won't have to wait long for his next opportunity to rejoin the lineup, as the Lightning will be right back at it Friday against the Jets.
According to Bryan Burns of the Lightning's official site, Maroon (undisclosed) isn't on the ice for morning skate, which suggests he won't be available for Thursday night's matchup with L.A..
Maroon will miss a second straight game Tuesday, but he's considered day-to-day with his lower-body issue, so he shouldn't be sidelined for much longer. The big-bodied winger will be reevaluated ahead of Thursday's matchup with Minnesota.
Maroon (undisclosed) will not dress for Sunday's game in New Jersey, Joe Smith of The Athletic reports.
Maroon suffered his injury during Saturday's win over the Flyers but it remains unclear what exactly he's dealing with. Head coach Jon Cooper didn't have a timeline for his return yet, but his next chance to play will be Tuesday against the Kings.
Maroon (undisclosed) scored the lone goal but also picked up another injury in Saturday's 1-0 win over the Flyers, Adam Kimelman of NHL.com reports.
Per Kimelman, coach Jon Cooper hopes Maroon will be okay for Sunday's game against the Devils. With Ondrej Palat (undisclosed) also on the shelf, the Lightning would need to call up a forward or run seven defensemen Sunday if Maroon is unable to play. He previously picked up another injury in Thursday's game against the Coyotes, so perhaps the 31-year-old winger is just a bit banged up from some physical battles lately.
Maroon (undisclosed) will be in the lineup for Saturday night's game versus Philadelphia, Caley Chelios of the Lightning's official site reports.
Maroon left Thursday's game early but plans to suit up against the Flyers on Saturday. Be sure to confirm the veteran's status ahead of Saturday's game, but all signs point to Maroon playing on a line with Cedric Paquette and Alexander Volkov.
Maroon left Thursday's game against the Coyotes after suffering an undisclosed injury, Diana C. Nearhos of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Maroon was on the wrong end of an elbow to the upper-body area in the first period, and after leaving the game after the hit, hasn't resurfaced. Expect a word on the veteran's health following the game or in the coming days ahead of Saturday's game against the Flyers. Maroon picked up two assists prior to leaving the game.
Maroon picked up an assist Tuesday in a 6-4 victory over the Sabres.
Maroon has just three assists in his last 17 games and 13 points (five goals, eight assists) in 36 games. He's a marginal play in deep formats that count hits (59) or for his occasional PIM (40), but that's about it.
Maroon scored twice Saturday in a 5-3 win over Buffalo in the 2019 NHL Global Series in Stockholm, Sweden.
Remarkably, the first goal came on the power play. Maroon has underwhelmed in blue and white so far, but he's a solid banger with touch who could surprise in the Florida sun. Especially in leagues that count hits.
Maroon (upper body) has been taken of injured reserve, per the NHL media site, ahead of Friday's matchup with Buffalo.
Maroon figures to slot into a bottom-six role now that he is fully fit, though he could still see time with the No. 2 power-play unit. It's been an underwhelming start to the season for the St. Louis native, as he has just three points in 11 games and is averaging a mere 10:39 of ice time. Still, his role with the man advantage gives him mid-range fantasy value as long as he can hold onto it.
Maroon (upper body) was placed on injured reserve Wednesday, Joe Smith of The Athletic reports.
Maroon sustained an upper-body injury in a fight during Tuesday's 4-1 loss to the Rangers. The gritty winger was already ruled out for Wednesday's matchup against the Devils, and his spot on IR guarantees he won't return until Nov. 8 versus the Sabres at the earliest. Alexander Volkov and Cory Conacher were recalled to add forward depth.
Maroon (upper body) is ruled out for Wednesday's matchup against the Devils, Joe Smith of The Athletic reports.
Maroon suffered an upper-body injury during a fight with Rangers' Micheal Haley in Tuesday's 4-1 loss, and the effects will linger into this contest. The Lightning called up Alexander Volkov and Cory Conacher from AHL Syracuse, and one of the two figure to slot onto the fourth line.
Maroon (upper body) is considered day-to-day ahead of Wednesday's game against New Jersey, Joe Smith of The Athletic reports.
Although Maroon hasn't technically been ruled out against the Devils, the hard-hitting winger should probably be considered closer to doubtful than questionable for Wednesday's contest. Official word on his status should arrive prior to puck drop.
Maroon (upper body) won't play Wednesday against the Devils, Joe Smith of The Athletic reports.
Maroon exited Tuesday's 4-1 loss to the Rangers with an upper-body injury he suffered during a fight with New York's Michael Haley. The hard-nosed winger is considered day-to-day with his issue, so although he won't suit up against New Jersey, there's a chance he'll be able to return Friday against the Islanders.
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