Crouse (COVID-19 protocols) will be in the lineup against San Jose on Thursday, Arizona Coyotes Insider Craig Morgan reports.
Crouse apparently has been cleared of the league's COVID-19 protocols and is ready to play Opening Night. The 23-year-old winger should take a spot on the third line against the Sharks. With a bigger role this season following the departure of Taylor Hall, Crouse could be in line to set new career highs despite the shortened campaign.
Crouse (COVID-19 protocols) will be a game-time decision against San Jose on Thursday.
If Crouse is cleared to play, he figures to continue holding down a spot on the top line with Nick Schmaltz and Conor Garland. The 23-year-old winger managed 15 goals and 10 helpers in just 62 appearances last year and can probably be expected to produce between 10-15 goals this year as well.
Crouse is unavailable due to the league's COVID-19 protocols.
Crouse was placed on this list due to the new COVID-19 protocol that the league has rolled out. The specifics of his placement remain unclear, including how long Crouse may be sidelined. If the forward is unable to play in Thursday's game against San Jose, Barrett Hayton will likely draw into the lineup in his stead.
According to coach Rick Tocchet, Crouse (undisclosed) was unavailable Wednesday, Arizona Coyotes Insider Craig Morgan reports.
At this point it isn't clear if Crouse is in danger of missing Thursday's season opener against San Jose. If Crouse is unable to go, Barret Hayton will likely draw into the lineup against the Sharks.
Crouse netted a goal on two shots and added six hits in Wednesday's 4-2 win over the Canucks.
Crouse got a piece of an Oliver Ekman-Larsson shot, tipping it behind Canucks goalie Thatcher Demko for what was ultimately the game-winner. The 22-year-old Crouse matched his career high in points with 25 in 64 games this year. He's added 195 hits and 107 shots as a physical, bottom-six winger.
Crouse scored a goal on four shots and dished three hits in Saturday's 3-1 win over the Capitals.
Crouse's empty-net tally snapped a four-game point drought. The 22-year-old winger is up to 14 tallies, 23 points, 93 shots and 177 hits in 57 contests. His hit total ranks ninth in the league -- combined with modest offense, he could help fantasy owners in deeper formats even while playing on the offensively challenged Coyotes' third line.
Crouse posted an assist, five hits and two shots on goal in Thursday's 5-3 loss to the Hurricanes.
Crouse had the secondary helper on Alex Goligoski's opening tally in the first period. The ever-physical winger is up to 22 points, 82 shots and 161 hits through 52 games. The rowdy play could help fantasy owners justify his relative lack of offense in deeper formats.
Crouse scored a shorthanded goal and added an assist in Tuesday's 3-0 win over the Oilers.
Crouse blocked a shot and then took the loose puck for a breakaway goal at 6:58 of the second period. He then set up Christian Dvorak for the empty-net tally to secure the win. Crouse has multi-point outings in three of his last seven games. For the season, the 22-year-old is up to 21 points, 80 shots and 156 hits in 51 contests.
Crouse netted a goal and added an assist in Wednesday's 4-2 loss to the Ducks.
Crouse set up Vinnie Hinostroza in the first period before scoring one of his own on a backhand shot in the second. The 22-year-old winger has a career-high 12 goals and 149 hits through 48 games this season.
Crouse scored a goal and added an assist, four shots on goal, three hits and a plus-3 rating in a 6-3 win over the Sharks on Tuesday.
Crouse continues to be an effective depth scorer with a physical edge. The 22-year-old is up to 17 points, 73 shots on goal and 140 hits through 45 contests this season. His career high in points is 25, set last year, but with a larger role on an improved team, he should be able to reach new heights in 2019-20.
Crouse recorded a goal, five shots on net and two hits in Tuesday's 5-2 win over the Panthers.
Crouse lit the lamp for a third straight game against the team that drafted him in the first round (11th overall) of the 2015 NHL Entry Draft. The 22-year-old's role with the Coyotes is unique, as he toils on the third line, and he's one of seven NHL players with 10-plus goals and 100-plus hits this year.
Crouse tallied a goal on two shots and added four hits in Saturday's 6-2 win over the Flyers.
Crouse's goal came at 19:59 of the second period, which gave the Coyotes a 4-0 lead and some momentum. However, a lower-body injury to goalie Antti Raanta forced Adin Hill into the game and the scoring was back and forth in the third. Crouse has now scored in consecutive games and three of his last six. He's up to 14 points, 60 shots and 124 hits in 40 outings, putting him on pace to top last year's 25-point output.
Crouse scored a goal on four shots and delivered five hits in Thursday's 4-2 win over the Ducks.
Crouse opened the scoring late in the first period with his eighth goal of the season, tallying just his second goal in his last 14 games. The 6-foot-4, 220-pound winger is halfway to eclipsing the 25 points he scored in 81 games last season.
Crouse recorded an assist and three hits in Tuesday's 3-1 win over the Blues.
Crouse set up Phil Kessel for what would be the game-winning goal in the third period. The physical winger now has 12 points, 115 hits and 54 shots on goal through 38 games this year.
Crouse scored a goal on two shots and doled out four hits in Monday's 3-2 loss to Nashville.
Crouse got the Coyotes on the board midway through the second period. It was his seventh goal of the year but his first since Dec. 3. Crouse has just three points the entire month of December and has 11 points in 35 games heading into the Christmas break.
Crouse picked up an assist and three hits in Tuesday's 3-2 win over the Sharks.
Crouse found Derek Stepan for the goal at 9:11 of the second period. Crouse snapped a six-game point drought with the helper. He's at only 10 points and 44 shots on goal this season, but the 22-year-old winger has dished 96 hits. Without more offense, most fantasy owners won't have interest in the first-round pick from 2015.
Crouse (upper body) had two shots and four hits in Saturday's 4-2 loss to the Sharks.
Crouse had missed the previous four games with an injury, but he returned to the lineup Saturday and logged just over 13 minutes of playing time. He didn't reach the scoresheet but registered three hits. The 22-year-old has five goals and three assists in 24 games this season.
Crouse (upper body) will play in Saturday's home game against San Jose, Richard Morin of The Arizona Republic reports.
Crouse returns following a three-game absence and will skate on Arizona's third line, alongside Carl Soderberg and Phil Kessel. In 23 games this season, Crouse has collected a total of eight points, making him a risky play outside of deeper formats.
Crouse (upper body) is considered a game-time decision for Saturday's matchup against the Sharks, Craig Morgan of The Athletic reports.
Crouse was unable to play in Friday's loss to the Golden Knights, but the team feels he has a shot to suit up Saturday and avoid missing a fourth straight game. The 22-year-old was just heating up before the injury, posting three goals and an assist over the previous five outings. We won't know his official status until warmups commence at 7:30 p.m. ET.
Crouse (upper body) will miss Friday's game in Vegas, Craig Morgan of The Athletic reports.
Crouse hasn't dressed since Nov. 23, and that won't change Friday. The Coyotes will be right back in action Saturday against the Sharks, so Crouse will likely end up sitting that one out as well, though no official word has come on that front.
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