Dal Colle (lower body) was activated off injured reserve Saturday, Dave Molinari of DKPittsburghSports.com reports.
Although Dal Colle's been activated off IR, at this point it isn't clear if he'll be in the lineup for Saturday night's game versus Pittsburgh. He's picked up two assists through eight games this campaign.
Dal Colle (lower body) returned to practice Friday with the Islanders, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports.
Coach Barry Trotz confirmed that he expects Dal Colle to play either Saturday or Sunday versus the Penguins. Which line Dal Colle will skate on once he returns is still in doubt, especially if Cal Clutterbuck (undisclosed) can't play. Dal Colle could end up on the energy line with Matt Martin and Casey Cizikas.
Dal Colle (undisclosed) is close to returning, but he won't play Thursday against the Bruins, Arthur Staple of The Athletic reports.
Dal Colle will miss a fourth straight game with his undisclosed issue Thursday, but it sounds like he could be an option for Saturday's game against the Penguins. He's tallied two helpers in eight games this season.
Dal Colle (undisclosed) is considered day-to-day and questionable to play Thursday versus the Bruins, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports.
Dal Colle is on IR, but Thursday is the first day he is eligible to return. He has been less than impressive this season with only two assists in eight games, and the Islanders will likely be in no rush to activate him until he's completely healthy.
Dal Colle (undisclosed) was placed on injured reserve Monday, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports.
This move is retroactive to Feb. 16, so Dal Colle is eligible to return for Thursday's game against the Bruins. Leo Komarov entered the lineup in Dal Colle's place Saturday, and he'll likely remain in for the time being.
Dal Colle (undisclosed) won't be in action versus the Sabres on Monday, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports.
Dal Colle has just two assists in eight games for the Isles this season in which he averaged 11:54 of ice time. Even once fully fit, the 24-year-old winger is unlikely to offer much in the way of fantasy value given his limited offensive upside.
Dal Colle (undisclosed) won't play Saturday versus the Penguins, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports.
The injury apparently occurred when Dal Colle blocked a shot in Buffalo on Tuesday. The Islanders haven't announced the exact nature of the injury or a timetable for when Dal Colle might return to action. On the season, Dal Colle only has two assists in eight games. His next chance to play will be Monday versus Buffalo.
Dal Colle exited Friday's practice early with an undisclosed issue, Arthur Staple of The Athletic reports.
Dal Colle will be reevaluated following morning skate, but it wouldn't be surprising to see him labeled as a game-time decision for Saturday's matchup with Pittsburgh. He's picked up two helpers through eight games this campaign.
Dal Colle had a pair of assists in a 4-3 win over the Penguins on Saturday.
Dal Colle got an opportunity to play on the second line with Brock Nelson and Jordan Eberle and took full advantage, assisting on a pair of Eberle goals in the first period. It was the first career two-point game for the 24-year-old, who was drafted fifth overall by the Islanders in 2014. He's struggled to find his footing in the NHL, collecting just seven goals and 10 assists through 87 games. If Dal Colle can parlay Saturday's production into an extended stay in the top six, he may be worth keeping any eye on.
Dal Colle (undisclosed) was activated from injured reserve Sunday, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports.
Dal Colle could make his season debut Sunday against the Devils after missing the first four games with his injury. He scored 10 points in 53 games last season and should continue playing in the bottom six, limiting his fantasy value.
Dal Colle (undisclosed) isn't on the ice for warmups, indicating he won't play in Thursday's game against the Devils, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports.
Dal Colle has resided on injured reserve since Jan. 13, but he is closing in on a return to the team. The team failed to activate him off IR, so he'll miss his fourth straight game to begin the season. Dal Colle will have another chance to make his season debut in Sunday's game against this same Devils squad.
Dal Colle (undisclosed) is getting close to a return to the Islanders, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports.
The Islanders never stated the reason for Dal Colle being placed on injured reserve. He is, however, practicing on a line with Jean-Gabriel Pageau and Kiefer Bellows, which would seem to indicate that Dal Colle could return to play and make his season debut as soon as Thursday versus the Devils.
Dal Colle was designated for injured reserve on Wednesday with an undisclosed issue.
The team didn't provide any update on Dal Colle's status in its release, so it's unclear when the winger might be eligible to return. Even if healthy, Dal Colle is far from a lock to slide into the lineup and will likely have to compete with Leo Komarov and Cal Clutterbuck for a spot.
Dal Colle may be the odds-on favorite to play left wing on the third line, Arthur Staple of Newsday reports.
Dal Colle will never reach the heights expected of him when he was drafted in the first round of the 2014 NHL Entry Draft, but he has improved in each season in which he has played for the Islanders, even if it is just a modest improvement. If Dal Colle were to win the job, he would be lining up with Jean-Gabriel Pageau at center. Who would play right wing is also up for grabs in training camp. No matter what happens, Dal Colle will not be a fantasy play, not unless you play in the deepest of deep leagues.
Coach Barry Trotz indicated Thursday that Dal Colle (undisclosed) is fine and that he anticipates the winger playing Thursday versus the Blues.
Dal Colle is aiming to bust out of a pointless streak that dates back to Feb. 6 against the Kings, when he had tallied a point in three straight tilts. Given that he has collected just 10 points (four goals, six assists) through 48 games and sees minimal time on the power play, Dal Colle likely fits the bill mainly of a DFS lineup filler at this point.
Dal Colle (undisclosed) will make the trip to St. Louis on Thursday and is considered day-to-day, Arthur Staple of The Athletic reports.
Dal Colle remains bogged down in a 10-game pointless streak during which he's notched 15 shots, 14 hits and four blocks. Given his limited offensive upside, the winger's potential absence likely won't impact the majority of fantasy owners. If the Ontario native won't be able to play Thursday, it could open the door for Andrew Ladd to get another look at a bottom-six role.
Dal Colle (undisclosed) was injured in Tuesday's game against the Rangers, Brian Compton of NHL.com reports.
Dal Colle went to the locker room during the third period and wasn't able to return to the contest. After the game, head coach Barry Trotz didn't provide an update about his condition, per Compton. Trotz said Dal Colle is day-to-day. Expect more information to surface on the 23-year-old's status prior to Thursday's road game in St. Louis.
After having at least one point in three straight games, Dal Colle has gone scoreless in his last three games.
Dal Colle only has four goals, six assists, and a minus-4 rating in 41 games this season and seems highly unlikely to ever return the investment the Islanders placed in him when they selected him with the fifth overall pick in the 2015 draft. Dal Colle should be in line for steady playing time, however, especially with the Islanders expected to be without Casey Cizikas (leg) for an undetermined amount of time.
Dal Colle has three points, all assists, in his last six games.
Dal Colle has been a disappointment for the organization since being drafted in the first round of the 2014 draft. Dal Colle has two goals and five assists with a rating of minus-4 in 35 games this season. Dal Colle does not play regularly, which speaks volumes as the team is desperately looking for offense. It is likely that the only reason Dal Colle is still with the Islanders is because he would have to placed on waivers in order to be sent back down to the AHL, and the Islanders aren't quite ready to give up on him yet.
Dal Colle produced an assist and three hits in Monday's 1-0 win over the Avalanche.
It was a much-needed point for Dal Colle -- he supplied the secondary assist on Anders Lee's lone tally. Dal Colle has been a healthy scratch in three of the Islanders' seven games since he returned from an upper-body injury. The 23-year-old has just five points and 43 hits through 30 contests this season. He's used mostly in a bottom-six role and can be safely overlooked by fantasy owners in redraft formats.
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