Glass (knee) is without a timetable for his return to game action, David Schoen of the Las Vegas Review Journal reports.
Glass is presently in the minors but a knee injury is preventing him from playing. Golden Knights general manager Kelly McCrimmon spoke to the media and did not provide a timetable for Glass' return, an indication that it could be a while before he suits up for Vegas at the top level. Right now, he's not worth a fantasy roster spot.
The Golden Knights sent Glass down to AHL Chicago on Monday.
After missing 12 contests with a leg injury, Glass suited up for the last two games, recording two shots in roughly 24 combined minutes of ice time. He'll have an opportunity to get more ice time with AHL Chicago before likely being called back up once he's in better game shape. The rookie forward has five goals and 12 points in 39 NHL games this season.
The Golden Knights summoned Glass from AHL Las Vegas on Friday, Jesse Granger of The Athletic reports.
Glass was sent to the minors for the purpose of getting him some conditioning following an extended stay on the shelf. Prior to the injury, the 2017 first-round pick had tallied just 12 points (five goals, seven assists) over 37 games, leaving him off the fantasy radar in the majority of redraft leagues.
Glass was assigned to AHL Chicago on Saturday.
The assignment to the minors is likely to get Glass' conditioning to acceptable levels with the 20-year-old nearing a return to NHL action. The rookie has missed 11 games this season and will miss another one Saturday night, but this news suggests Glass is close to getting back in the Golden Knights' lineup.
Glass (lower body) won't play in Saturday's game versus the Hurricanes, David Schoen of the Las Vegas Review Journal reports.
Glass will miss his 12th straight game, and considering he didn't participate in Saturday's morning skate, there's no clear timeline on his return. The 20-year-old has had tough luck with injuries in his rookie season, but he's accrued 12 points through 37 games this year.
Glass (lower body) won't be available for Thursday's game against the Panthers, but coach Pete DeBoer believes he should be ready to rejoin the lineup "soon," Jesse Granger of The Athletic reports.
Glass has been sidelined for nearly a month with a lower-body injury, but it appears as though he's finally closing in on a return to game action. Once he's given the green light, the 20-year-old rookie will return to a bottom-six role and a spot on one of Vegas' power-play units.
Glass (lower body) won't return to action until after the All-Star break, David Schoen of the Las Vegas Review Journal reports.
With the team's bye week factored in, the Golden Knights won't suit up again until Jan. 31 versus Carolina. Glass will miss his seventh consecutive contest against Boston on Tuesday due to his lower-body issue but appears to be trending in the right direction. Once he is cleared to play, the Winnipeg native should push Nicolas Roy out of the lineup.
Glass (leg) is considered week-to-week, David Schoen of the Las Vegas Review Journal reports.
Glass sustained a bone bruise during this past Saturday's win over the Blues. That was good news since the team initially feared ligament damage, but the 20-year-old won't need surgery. At this time, he'll target a return Saturday versus the Blue Jackets, and it wouldn't be surprising if he misses additional time past that date.
Glass has a bone bruise on his leg and isn't expected to need surgery, Jesse Granger of The Athletic reports.
Glass went down on his right leg awkwardly during Saturday's 5-4 overtime win versus the Blues, and the way he went down had many fearing the worst. Additional tests have ruled out ligament damage, however. The 20-year-old could miss time as he recovers, but it shouldn't be a long-term issue.
Glass had to be helped off the ice after suffering what appeared to be a right leg injury Saturday against St. Louis, Steve Carp of Gaming Today reports.
While there's been no official announcement from the team, don't expect Glass to return to Saturday's contest after needing assistance off the ice following what was a scary incident. The Golden Knights most likely will update Glass' status following the game, but it would seem as though the forward could be out for some time. The bottom-six winger was a minus-1 in 12:11 of ice time before departing.
Glass tallied a goal and went plus-2 in Thursday's 5-4 win over the Flyers.
Glass's second-period tally made it 5-2 for the Golden Knights, but it became the game-winner after two goals from the Flyers' Sean Couturier made things interesting. The marker snapped a 12-game goal drought for Glass, who missed eight contests in that span with a concussion. He's at 12 points and 48 shots on goal in 36 appearances to start his NHL career.
Glass (concussion) skated 11:55 in Friday's 4-3 loss to the Ducks.
Glass missed eight games with a concussion and wasn't able to impact the result Friday. The rookie now has 11 points through 33 games and should continue to feature in a middle-six role on a talented Golden Knights team.
Glass (concussion) will return to the lineup for Friday's game against the Ducks.
Glass has missed Vegas' last eight games with a concussion, but it doesn't look like coach Gerard Gallant is planning on easing him back in, as the 20-year-old rookie is expected to skate on the Golden Knights' third line and first power-play unit against Anaheim. The 2017 first-round pick has picked up 11 points in 32 games this campaign.
Glass (concussion) won't play in Sunday's game against the Sharks or Monday's matchup against the Avalanche, David Schoen of the Las Vegas Review Journal reports.
Glass was able to skate in a no-contact capacity Saturday, so he's nearing a return. It seems reasonable for the 20-year-old center to be ready to go following the holiday break, and his first chance to re-enter the lineup is Friday against the Ducks.
Glass (concussion) practiced in a no-contact jersey Saturday, David Schoen of the Las Vegas Review Journal reports.
Glass made the next step in concussion protocol, and he took line rushes since Mark Stone sat out of practice, according to Schoen. The rookie has a chance to suit up Sunday in San Jose, but he'll need to shed the no-contact sweater first.
Glass (concussion) won't play Thursday against Vancouver, David Schoen of the Las Vegas Review Journal reports.
Glass will miss a sixth straight game Thursday and remains without a clear-cut timetable for his return. Valentin Zykov will continue to hold onto a spot in the Golden Knights' bottom six until Glass is given the green light.
Glass (concussion) is ruled out for Tuesday's game against the Wild, David Schoen of the Las Vegas Review Journal reports.
Glass will miss his fifth straight game as he works the steps of concussion protocol. The rookie has shown flashes this year with four goals and 11 points through 32 games, and he'll aim to clear protocol by Thursday's game against the Canucks.
Glass (concussion) won't play in Sunday's game against the Canucks, Jesse Granger of The Athletic reports.
Glass is considered day-to-day, but he'll miss a fourth straight game. The 20-year-old has shown flashes during his rookie season, recording 11 points -- six on the power play -- through 42 games. Glass will aim to clear concussion protocol before Tuesday's matchup against the Wild.
Glass (concussion) isn't traveling with the Golden Knights for their two-game road trip, Ben Gots of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.
Recoveries from concussions are notoriously difficult to predict, but Glass will miss Vegas' next two games at a minimum. Once healthy, the 20-year-old rookie will return to a bottom-six role and a spot on one of the Knights' power-play units.
Glass (concussion) is ruled out for Tuesday's matchup against the Blackhawks, David Schoen of the Las Vegas Review Journal reports.
Glass exited Sunday's loss to the Rangers after taking an elbow to the head from Brendan Lemieux, who was fined $2,000 for the hit. The rookie has played in all 32 games this season, accruing four goals and 11 points -- six on the power play. With Cody Eakin (head) also on the shelf, Chandler Stephenson is expected to slot into a top-six role, and the Golden Knights will likely recall additional forward depth from AHL Chicago.
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