Carlo (oblique) will be activated from IR and return to action Tuesday night against New Jersey, Joe Haggerty of BostonHockeyNow.com reports.
Carlo, who has missed 28 of the Bruins' 51 games this season, last suited up April 1. He'll now look to get back into the groove before the playoffs during the team's final five regular-season games. The 6-foot-5, 227-pounder has logged just two goals and three points in 23 games to date, but his shutdown ability makes him a key cog on Boston's blue line.
Carlo (oblique) is expected to be activated from IR for Tuesday night's game against New Jersey.
The Bruins also play New Jersey on Monday, but they have elected not to bring Carlo back for the front end of the back-to-back contests. Prior to his latest absence, Carlo notched just one goal and three points in 23 games, but the 6-foot-5, 227-pounder's value to his team rests primarily in his shutdown ability.
Carlo (oblique) practiced fully Friday, Eric Russo of the Bruins' official site reports.
After missing time in March with a concussion, Carlo returned to action for just two games before suffering what he relayed Friday was an oblique injury. Now further past his concussion and bouncing back from his latest issue, the shut-down blueliner said he's feeling "very good" at this stage. As a result, he's targeting a return to action either Monday or Tuesday against New Jersey.
Coach Bruce Cassidy relayed Thursday that Carlo (upper body) is targeting a return to action early next week.
The Bruins face New Jersey on the road this coming Monday and Tuesday and appears as though Carlo could return to the lineup as soon as then. The shut-down blueliner, who last suited up April 1, has logged two goals and three points in 23 games this season.
Carlo (upper body) remains week-to-week, according to coach Bruce Cassidy.
Carlo, who last suited up April 1 against the Penguins, is dealing with an upper-body injury that isn't related to the concussion that caused the shutdown blueliner to miss 10 games in March. Given Cassidy's update Friday, we wouldn't expect to see Carlo back in the Bruins' lineup anytime soon.
The upper-body injury Carlo is currently dealing with is not related to the concussion that caused the blueliner to miss 10 games last month, Joe Haggerty of BostonHockeyNow.com reports.
While it's a relief that Carlo didn't suffer a concussion setback, he's still viewed as week-to-week by the Bruins and isn't expected to return to action "anytime soon," per Haggerty. Carlo last suited up April 1 against the Penguins.
Carlo (upper body) is considered week-to-week by the Bruins.
Per a statement released by the Bruins, Carlo, who suffered an upper-body injury April 1, will be evaluated on a week-to-week basis. Prior to his recent injury setback, Carlo recorded two goals and three points in 23 games. Despite his modest numbers, Carlo is a key member of Boston's back line corps, with the 6-foot-5, 227-pounder relied on heavily by the team as a shut-down presence.
Carlo (upper body) was placed on injured reserve Saturday, per CapFriendly.
Carlo is considered week-to-week, so his placement on injured reserve opens up a roster spot. The 24-year-old does not have a timeline to return.
Carlo (upper body) is now considered week-to-week, Matt Porter of The Boston Globe reports.
Carlo's absence will test Boston's depth at defense, but it won't impact many fantasy lineups, as he's only picked up three points through 23 games this campaign. Check back for another update on his status once he's cleared to return to practice.
Carlo is day-to-day with an upper-body injury, Matt Porter of The Boston Globe reports.
Carlo, who exited Thursday's loss to the Penguins in the first period, won't play Saturday afternoon against Pittsburgh and his status for Monday's game against the Flyers is cloudy at this stage. It's unclear whether his current issue is related to the upper-body injury that caused the shutdown blueliner to recently miss 10 straight games.
Carlo (upper body) will not return to Thursday's game against the Penguins.
Carlo played 6:59 during the first period, but he apparently got hurt at some point. This was just his second game back from a previous upper-body injury suffered on a Tom Wilson hit in early March. More information on Carlo's status will likely surface before Saturday's game against the Penguins.
Carlo (upper body) will be activated from IR in advance of Tuesday night's game against New Jersey, Joe Haggerty of BostonHockeyNow.com reports.
Also rejoining the Bruins' lineup Tuesday will be leading scorer Brad Marchand, who had been in the NHL's COVID-19 protocol. The duo's return will provide the team with a nice boost on both ends of the ice, with Carlo's shut-down play a key component of Boston's back line unit.
Carlo (upper body) worked on the Bruins' second defensive pairing during Tuesday's morning skate.
Carlo was paired with Matt Grzelcyk and assuming no setbacks, it looks like he could return to the lineup Tuesday night against New Jersey. If that's the case, Steven Kampfer would be in line to be the odd man out on Boston's back line.
Carlo (upper body) appeared to be practicing without limitations Monday, Joe Haggerty of BostonHockeyNow.com reports.
Meanwhile, coach Bruce Cassidy called Carlo's progress "encouraging," per Matt Porter of The Boston Globe. The shut-down defender hasn't played since March 5, but it appears as though he's inching toward a return to action. In 21 games this season, Carlo has logged two goals and three points.
Bruins GM Don Sweeney said Monday that Carlo (upper body) has been skating, Matt Porter of The Boston Globe reports.
Carlo officially has an upper-body injury, though a concussion is the top concern after he absorbed a high hit from Capitals forward Tom Wilson on March 5. It's an encouraging sign that Carlo is back on the ice, so his next step will be joining the team in a no-contact capacity.
There's no timetable for Carlo (upper body) to return to action, Conor Ryan of MassLive.com reports.
At this stage, Carlo is more week-to-week than day-to-day, the result of a hit that he absorbed last Friday against the Capitals. Prior to his injury, the 24-year-old was providing the Bruins with strong shut-down work on defense, while also chipping in two goals and three points in 21 games.
Carlo (upper body) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, per CapFriendly.
Carlo was hospitalized after a hard hit from Tom Wilson last Friday. Head coach Bruce Cassidy already gave Carlo a timeline of week-to-week going forward, but the defenseman's move to injured reserve opens up a roster spot for the Bruins. Urho Vaakanainen and John Moore figure to fill in on the third pairing to cover Carlo's absence.
Head coach Bruce Cassidy said Sunday that Carlo (upper body) will be out "a while" and is officially considered week-to-week, Fluto Shinzawa of The Athletic reports.
Carlo was released from the hospital Saturday morning after taking a high hit into the boards from Washington's Tom Wilson, who was suspended seven games for his actions. The 24-year-old Carlo will be away from the team for a while. There's a good chance that he's eventually placed on injured reserve. Urho Vaakanainen will draw into the lineup in Carlo's place for Sunday's game versus the Devils.
Carlo (upper body) was released from the hospital Saturday morning after staying overnight for observation.
Carlo is now resting at home after exiting Friday's win over the Capitals after taking a brutal high hit into the boards from Washington's Tom Wilson. Wilson could be facing a lengthy suspension, while Carlo is likely facing a lengthy recovery.
Carlo left Friday's game against Chicago with an upper-body injury and will not return.
Carlo took a brutal hit against the glass from Tom Wilson and needed help off the ice. The 24-year-old blueliner will likely be reevaluated Saturday at which time an update on his health should be made available.
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