Bogosian (shoulder) was placed on long-term injured reserve Thursday, per CapFriendly.
Bogosian was already expected to miss four weeks as of April 23, so this is a procedural move for the Maple Leafs to free up a little more cap space. The 30-year-old defenseman will likely be out to begin the playoffs, but he could return if the Leafs make a deep enough run.
Bogosian will be sidelined for at least four weeks with a shoulder injury, Joshua Kloke of The Athletic Toronto reports.
With Bogosian set to be sidelined until late May, the Maple Leafs may need to advance past the first round of the playoffs in order for the veteran blueliner to have a chance to return in 2020-21. Bogosian has only notched four helpers while averaging just 14:32 of ice time per contest through 45 appearances this season.
Bogosian will miss "more than a week" with his upper-body injury, Sportsnet's Chris Johnston reports.
Bogosian's absence will test the Maple Leafs' depth at defense, but it will likely go unnoticed in most fantasy circles, as the veteran blueliner has only tallied four points in 45 games this campaign.
Bogosian (upper body) is expected to miss time with the injury he suffered Tuesday versus the Canucks, David Alter of The Hockey News reports.
This update from head coach Sheldon Keefe essentially rules out Bogosian for Thursday's game in Winnipeg. It remains to be seen how much additional time Bogosian will miss -- Keefe expects to have an update later in the week on the defenseman's status. Travis Dermott or Martin Marincin could be the leading candidates to fill Bogosian's third-pairing role.
Bogosian (upper body) will not return to Tuesday's game versus the Canucks.
Bogosian went hard into the boards during the second period, but he was able to skate off under his own power. He didn't escape the situation without injury, and his absence leaves the Maple Leafs with five defensemen to finish the game. An update on his status should be available before Thursday's game in Winnipeg.
Bogosian has one point in his last 11 games.
During that span, he has 15 hits, nine shots and eight blocks. The arrival of Ben Hutton at the trade deadline will dilute playing time in the bottom pairing, but that won't really hurt fantasy managers. Bogosian just isn't a factor in any format at this point.
Bogosian has one assist in his last 15 games.
Bogosian has three assists in 33 games. He does have 31 PIM, but 27 of those have come in two games, so he's not especially valuable even in that category. Bogosian does have a steadying presence on the ice, though, and that means he's a critical part of the bottom pairing.
Bogosian had an assist, five hits and two PIM in Saturday's 5-3 win over the Canadiens.
Bogosian had the secondary helper on Mitch Marner's second-period tally to restore the Maple Leafs' lead at 3-2. Offense hasn't been Bogosian's focus this year, as he has only two assists in 18 appearances. The 30-year-old blueliner has added 13 shots on net, 29 hits, 15 blocked shots and 12 PIM, but the lack of offense makes him difficult to roster, even in deeper fantasy formats.
Bogosian has one assist and a plus-6 rating in 14 games this season.
He's averaging 14:52 a night and has delivered 22 hits and 13 blocked shots. Bogosian's value lies on the ice and not in the fantasy arena.
Bogosian signed a one-year, $1 million contract with the Maple Leafs on Saturday.
Bogosian registered seven points in 27 appearances between the Sabres and the Lightning last season. He also produced four assists in 20 games during the postseason as a member of the Stanley Cup-winning Lightning. The 30-year-old defenseman joins T.J. Brodie as new members of the Leafs' blue line in 2020-21. It remains to be seen what kind of role awaits Bogosian in Toronto, but he's not likely to be a factor in standard fantasy formats.
Bogosian (undisclosed) logged one assist and led the team with five hits in Monday's 2-0 win over Dallas in Game 6.
Bogosian had been out of the lineup since the series opener but returned Monday and received just over 19 minutes playing time. The 30-year-old had five assists and 12 PIM in 20 playoff games.
Bogosian (undisclosed) was on the ice for warmups and is expected to rejoin the lineup for Monday's Game 6 against Dallas, Joe Smith of The Athletic reports.
Bogosian last suited up for Game 1 against the Stars on Sep. 19, but it appears he'll get back in the lineup with a chance to clinch the championship in Game 6. The big-bodied blueliner hasn't recorded a point since Aug. 26 against Boston, but he's racked up 22 hits in nine games since then.
Bogosian (undisclosed) won't play in Saturday's Game 5 versus the Stars, Thomas Drance of The Athletic Vancouver reports.
Bogosian will watch from the press box for a fourth straight game, and it could be his last opportunity to play for the Bolts considering he'll be an unrestricted free agent in October.
Bogosian (undisclosed) will not suit up for Game 4 against Dallas on Friday, Joe Smith of The Athletic reports.
Bogosian will miss his third straight contest and it's unclear if he's injured or a healthy scratch at this point. He'll be considered questionable for Game 5 on Saturday.
Bogosian (undisclosed) won't play in Wednesday's Game 3 versus the Stars, per the NHL's official media site.
Bogosian didn't play in Game 2's loss when Jan Rutta (undisclosed) returned to the lineup, and he'll remain in the press box Wednesday. His next chance to crack the lineup is Friday's Game 4.
Bogosian (undisclosed) was not on the ice for warmups and is expected to miss Game 2 against the Stars on Monday, Joe Smith of The Athletic reports.
It's unclear why Bogosian isn't suiting up Monday, but the Lightning will certainly lose some physicality on the blue line. Since the start of round-robin play, the 6-foot-3 defenseman has racked up 39 hits and 18 blocked shots in 19 games.
Bogosian is in the lineup Saturday for the round-robin contest with Philadelphia, Erik Erlendsson of LightningInsider.com reports.
The veteran rearguard sat out Wednesday's game against Boston as a healthy scratch. Bogosian isn't going to light up the scoresheet offensively (just seven points this year), but his steadying presence next to the offensive-minded Victor Hedman makes for a nice complement on the Bolts' back end.
Bogosian picked up an assist Saturday in a 5-3 win over the Bruins.
His ice time jumped from 15-17 minutes a night to 22, including a whopping 3:22 shorthanded. Bogosian's ice time shot up after Victor Hedman got hurt and it will likely stay high if the big Swede is out for long. Bogosian isn't much of a fantasy force. But Bogey might be a short-term fit on your roster if Hedman is out and he gains a more prominent role.
Bogosian signed a one-year, $1.3 million contract with the Lightning on Sunday.
After failing to report to AHL Rochester, Bogosian's contract was terminated by the Sabres on Feb. 21. The 29-year-old blueliner has just one goal and five points in 19 games this season. It's unclear what his role with the Lightning will be, but the right-handed defenseman will likely skate on the bottom pairing.
Bogosian cleared waivers and is now a free agent, Bill Hoppe of the Olean Times Herald reports.
The 29-year-old defenseman will likely join a contending team in the near future to provide depth on the blue line, but don't expect Bogosian to suddenly become relevant in fantasy. In 2019-20, he's managed only five points in 19 games.
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