Oshie (collarbone) is expected to be healthy in time for training camp in September, Isabelle Khurshudyan of The Washington Post reports.
Oshie suffered a broken collarbone April 18, but Capitals general manager Brian MacLellan indicated his recovery is going well and the team expects him to be good to go for preseason. It may take some time for the 32-year-old winger to get back into form, but his fantasy upside as a top-six forward on an offensively talented team remains high even coming off an injury, so keep him in mind for your drafts.
Oshie's injury has been clarified as a broken collarbone, Isabelle Khurshudyan of The Washington Post reports.
A broken collarbone likely explains why Oshie has been ruled out for the remainder of the postseason. The winger should have enough time to get back to 100 percent prior to the start of the 2019-20 campaign, though it will certainly be something for fantasy owners to monitor during training camp.
Oshie (upper body) is "highly unlikely" to return this postseason, Isabelle Khurshudyan of The Washington Post reports.
It's rather ominous that Oshie's recovery could span beyond the postseason, especially knowing that the Stanley Cup playoffs run all the way through early June. The Capitals will be looking for another offensive spark from Devante Smith-Pelly -- who made a big splash en route to the franchise's Stanley Cup win in 2018 -- now that he's been recalled from AHL Hershey as a reinforcement for Oshie.
Following Thursday's 2-1 Game 4 loss to the Hurricanes, coach Todd Rierden told reporters Oshie (upper body) will be out "for quite some time," Chris Kuc of The Athletic reports.
Unfortunately this news comes as no surprise, as it was obvious that Oshie was likely dealing with a significant injury when he was writhing on the ice in pain after being boarded by Carolina's Warren Foegele in the third period of Thursday's loss. Foegele was only assessed a minor penalty for the hit, but it wouldn't be surprising to see him face supplemental discipline from the NHL. The Capitals have yet to release any details regarding the specific nature of Oshie's injury or a potential timetable for his recovery, but at this point it's safe to assume he'll miss the rest of the conference quarterfinals at a minimum.
Oshie headed straight to the locker room after suffering an apparent upper-body injury in the third period of Thursday's Game 5 against the Hurricanes.
Oshie suffered the injury when he crashed face first into the boards after being contacted by Carolina's Warren Foegele from behind. The American winger writhed on the ice in pain before gingerly skating straight to the locker room. More information regarding Oshie's condition should surface ahead of Saturday's Game 5, but at this point it appears as though he may be in danger of missing extended time.
Oshie scored a goal and dished a helper while adding three hits and three blocked shots in a 4-3 overtime win against the Hurricanes in Saturday's Game 2.
Oshie didn't put his name on the scoresheet in Game 1, but he made up for it with two points in this contest. He ended the regular season with 54 points (25 goals, 29 helpers) in 69 appearances, and will be counted on for secondary scoring during the playoff run. With more efforts like Game 2, he should have a good amount of fantasy value as well.
Oshie (rest) participated in Monday's practice, JJ Regan of NBC Sports Washington reports.
Oshie was rested for Saturday's game against the Islanders and is expected to play in Game 1 of Washington's series against the Hurricanes. The 32-year-old will likely be a solid postseason fantasy option after producing 54 points in 69 games this campaign.
Oshie (rest) is expected to miss the regular-season finale against the Islanders on Saturday, Isabelle Khurshudyan of The Washington Post reports.
Barring a late lineup change by coach Todd Reirden, it appears that Oshie's regular-season campaign will come to a close with the winger having compiled 25 goals and 29 assists -- including 14 power-play points -- over 69 games. The crafty offensive contributor should be a key factor in the opening playoff series against the Hurricanes or Blue Jackets.
Oshie picked up two assists in Monday's 5-3 loss to the Panthers.
The Caps were down 4-0 after two periods, but Oshie helped spark a futile rally, notching the primary helper on goals 74 seconds apart late in the third. The veteran winger now has 25 goals and 54 points through 68 games, leaving him two points shy of his best showing yet in a Washington uniform with two games remaining on the schedule.
Oshie (illness) had two goals and an assist in a 6-3 victory over Tampa Bay on Saturday night.
The heat in Oshie's game has turned up to sizzle. He has seven points (four goals, three assists) in his last five games. And he has 25 goals, a plateau he has hit just two other times in the NHL. Oshie's 52 points push him past the half-century mark for the sixth time in his last eight seasons. Use him well.
Oshie (illness) is expected to play Saturday against the Lightning, according to Isabelle Khurshudyan of The Washington Post.
Oshie is projected to reprise his top-six role opposite Jakub Vrana and as the right flanker to Evengy Kuznetsov. Naturally, he'll see action on the power play as well, with Oshie averaging a whopping 3:22 of ice time in that spot this season -- coincidentally, that's exactly the amount of man-advantage rink run he saw in 2017-18.
Oshie (illness) won't play Thursday against Carolina.
With Oshie unavailable, Andre Burakovsky will slide up to the second line against the Hurricanes. The American winger's illness isn't expected to keep him sidelined for long, so there's a good chance he'll be ready to return Saturday against Tampa Bay.
Oshie (illness) will be a game-time decision versus Carolina on Thursday, Isabelle Khurshudyan of The Washington Post reports.
Oshie was absent from the Capitals' game-day skate and saw his spot in the lineup go to Andre Burakovsky. Additionally, Oshie was replaced on the top power-play unit by Tom Wilson. If the 31-year-old Oshie is unable to give it a go, the team could struggle to replace his productivity, as he's notched seven points in his last eight outings.
Oshie did not take the ice for morning skate due to illness, Isabelle Khurshudyan of The Washington Post reports.
Oshie's status for the evening contest against the Hurricanes has yet to be determined, but coach Todd Reirden will likely comment on that following the session. Andre Burakovsky skated in his spot and would likely receive the top-six promotion if he can't go, while Chandler Stephenson would likely join the lineup.
Oshie recorded a goal and three shots during Tuesday's 4-1 win over the Hurricanes.
Oshie has two goals and seven points over his last eight games and is knocking on the door of another 50-point season. Keep him rolling throughout your fantasy playoffs.
Oshie picked up two assists in Tuesday's 5-3 loss to the Penguins.
He'd failed to collect a point in four straight games coming into Tuesday. Oshie now has 21 goals and 44 points through only 59 games, and despite the time he missed in November and December with a concussion, the veteran winger appears headed for his sixth career season with 50-plus points.
Oshie tallied an empty-net goal, a power-play assist, four shots and two hits in Friday's 3-1 win over the Islanders.
Oshie was credited for Islanders winger Josh Bailey's own goal to give him 21 goals and 42 points in 53 games. The 31-year-old has been one of the hottest forwards in the league since the start of 2019.
Oshie tallied two goals, a plus-2 rating and three shots while winning all four faceoffs taken during Tuesday's 7-2 win over the Senators.
Oshie continues to stay hot in 2019 and has no hit the 20-goal mark for the third time in his last five seasons. With 40 points in 53 games, the 31-year-old should be fixed to your lineup the rest of the way.
Oshie recorded an assist and three shots during Sunday's 6-5 overtime win over the Rangers.
Oshie has compiled seven goals and 22 points in 25 games since the calendar rolled over into 2019. Only a minus-8 rating and modest power-play production (5 points) over that span blemishes his resume since Jan. 1, so make sure he's a fixture in your lineups as fantasy playoffs approach.
Oshie (upper body) skated 16:16 and went minus-2 in Monday's 3-2 win over the Kings.
The knock he took against the Ducks on Sunday didn't cost Oshie a game, but he was a passenger in the victory. It's safe to deploy him as usual going forward.
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