Gabriel (upper body) signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Flyers on Monday.
Gabriel split time between the NHL and AHL in 2018-19, picking up six points in 32 minor-league games while adding four points in 22 appearances with the Devils. The 2013 third-round pick will likely have a similar role with Philadelphia, so there's no reason for fantasy owners to keep tabs on his status.
Gabriel (upper body) won't be available for Saturday's regular-season finale against the Panthers, according to Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site.
This is technically a day-to-day issue for Gabriel, but the Devils won't be making the playoffs, so it's a moot point in the grand scheme of things. An extended offseason should afford plenty of time for Gabriel to shake off the injury. Seventy-eight hits stand as Gabriel's most notable stat over 22 games this season.
Gabriel (upper body) is expected to miss Thursday's game against the Hurricanes, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
Gabriel has missed the last three games already, so his absence shouldn't impact fantasy owners too much. The 25-year-old has accumulated just four points in 22 games this campaign. In his stead, Nathan Bastian will slot into the lineup.
Gabriel will miss Monday's matchup with the Rangers due to an upper-body injury.
Gabriel served as a healthy scratch in three of the Devils' last four contests, so his absence shouldn't impact the majority of fantasy owners. The winger likely would have had an opportunity to play with Kyle Palmieri (lower body) banged up as well, but instead, Nathan Bastian will slot into the lineup.
Gabriel (undisclosed) will sub in for Nick Lappin -- who will be a healthy scratch -- in Tuesday's game against the Capitals, Mike Morreale of NHL.com reports.
Apparently, the issue that kept Gabriel from playing against the Avalanche was minor. Still, his primary source of value at this point in time comes in the form of hits -- the Canadian winger has compiled 66 of those through 19 top-level games this season.
Gabriel (undisclosed) will miss Sunday's game against the Avalanche, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
Stein writes that Gabriel is "a little banged up." This doesn't sound like a serious issue, but at any rate, Nick Lappin reportedly will replace him for the upcoming contest.
Gabriel (illness) earned an assist and fought Milan Lucic as part of a seven-PIM binge in Wednesday's 6-3 win over the Oilers.
He also tossed four hits in the contest and took a minor penalty for cross-checking. Gabriel has only four points in 18 games this season, although he also has 53 PIM and 62 hits. He's safe to avoid for fantasy purposes.
Gabriel (illness) took part in warmups Wednesday in Edmonton, suggesting that he's over the illness that forced him to miss the Devils' last game, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
Gabriel should be back in a bottom-six role, but fantasy owners likely won't take notice. The physical forward has just four points to go with 85 PIM in 33 career NHL appearances.
Gabriel is dealing with an illness and didn't play in Tuesday's game versus the Flames, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
The 25-year-old has played in just 31 NHL games since entering the league in the 2015-16 season. He's occasionally a healthy scratch, so his absence from the lineup wasn't unusual until the team released his condition. He'll look to shake off the sickness quickly before Wednesday's road tilt versus the Oilers.
Gabriel was reinstated following his one-game suspension for boarding Flyer's forward Nolan Patrick.
The Devils might have missed Gabriel, as they lost 1-0 to the Bruins without the winger. The 25-year-old has three points so far this campaign in 14 games. Gabriel is expected to suit up as the fourth-line right wing in Tuesday's game against Columbus.
Gabriel will be suspended for one game for boarding Nolan Patrick in Friday's game against the Flyers.
Gabriel previously had no history of delivering questionable hits, which undoubtedly factored into his simple one-game ban. The Devils have summoned Joey Anderson from AHL Binghamton as a potential replacement option for Gabriel on the right wing versus the Bruins on Saturday.
Gabriel will have a hearing with the NHL's Department of Player Safety for boarding Flyers forward Nolan Patrick in Friday's game.
Gabriel received a five-minute major for boarding, but the player safety governers very well could discipline him to a greater extent since he beelined straight toward Patrick -- who didn't even have control of the puck -- and smashed him into the boards.
Gabriel was recalled by the Devils on Monday, per the NHL's official media site.
The Devils were short forwards with Pavel Zacha (upper body) and Jesper Bratt (lower body) sitting out, so Gabriel ascended to the big club. Gabriel has just six points in 32 games with AHL Binghamton this season, so he shouldn't be relied on in fantasy settings. He'll fill in on the fourth line.
Gabriel dished out seven hits and added a fighting major in Saturday's 4-2 loss to the Wild.
Gabriel accomplished all this in just 5:01 of action. The physical fourth-liner tried to give his team a spark by fighting Marcus Foligno two seconds after the Wild pulled ahead 2-1 in the second period, but the listless Devils didn't respond as planned in a game that ultimately saw Minnesota finish with a commanding 33-18 edge in shots.
Gabriel was summoned from AHL Binghamton on Saturday, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
The Devils are literally hurting at the forward position, with Miles Wood (lower body) counting as the fourth skater currently listed on injured reserve, but Gabriel should be able to help in a pinch. The 25-year-old isn't proficient in the attacking zone, but he has the size (6-foot-4, 212 pounds) and strength to knock opponents off the puck.
Gabriel was reassigned to AHL Binghamton on Friday.
The Devils sent Gabriel back to the minors in correspondence with the team activating Stefan Noesen (upper body) from injured reserve. Noesen is expected back in action Friday, which would lessen Gabriel's chances of drawing in for New Jersey. He saw just 5:50 of ice time in his season debut last Saturday, but Gabriel should be one of the top candidates to rejoin the NHL roster if injuries arise.
The Devils summoned Gabriel from AHL Binghamton on Friday.
A third-round pick by the Wild in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft, Gabriel has only drawn into 16 career NHL games. Gabriel turned his earlier opportunities with the Wild into just one assist over that span, though his 39 penalty minutes suggest the 6-foot-4 winger isn't afraid to get into scraps with the opposition. He will likely serve as an enforcer for the Devils if he makes his team debut Saturday against the Islanders.
Gabriel signed a one-year, two-way deal with the Devils on Sunday.
Gabriel's deal is for $650,000 at the NHL level and $80,000 at the AHL level. The 25-year-old has spent the last five seasons with the Wild, but he's only played 16 games in the NHL. None of them came last year, either, so Gabriel feels pretty relegated to the minors at this point.
Gabriel was recalled from AHL Iowa on Sunday, Michael Russo of The Athletic Minnesota reports.
Gabriel makes the shift because AHL Iowa's season has ended. The 24-year-old winger posted three goals, five assists and 43 PIM in 42 minor-league games this campaign. He will not play in Game 3 against the Jets.
Minnesota placed Gabriel on waivers Wednesday, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports.
Gabriel only managed to tally 10 points in 49 games with AHL Iowa last season, so there's clearly room for improvement in his offensive skill set. The 24-year-old winger will likely stay in the minors for the majority of the 2017-18 campaign.
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