Lagesson (upper body) had one shot and one hit in Wednesday's 7-1 win over the Senators.
Lagesson was seeing his first action following a 10-game absence and, with Edmonton able to consistently roll all three defensive pairings, received just over 19 minutes of ice time, all of it at even strength. The 25-year-old Swede has two points through nine games but has performed effectively as a shutdown defender when called upon.
Lagesson (upper body) will be activated off injured reserve and return to the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Senators, Jack Michaels of the Oilers Radio Network reports.
Lagesson has missed the Oilers' last 10 games with an upper-body injury, but he's expected to draw back in and skate on Edmonton's third pairing during Wednesday's contest. He's notched two helpers through eight top-level appearances this season.
Lagesson (upper body) was placed on injured reserve Thursday.
This move opens up a roster spot for Ethan Bear (head) to be activated from IR. Lagesson hasn't played since Feb. 15, so he's eligible to be lifted from IR at any point. The 25-year-old has notched two assists, six hits and six blocked shots over eight contests.
Lagesson (upper body) has been ruled out for Tuesday's game versus the Canucks, Ryan Rishaug of TSN.ca reports.
Lagesson skated during Monday's practice, but he's set to miss a fourth straight game. Once Lagesson's back to full health, it's unclear if there will be room in the lineup for him, as Evan Bouchard has emerged as a viable NHL defenseman.
Lagesson (upper body) isn't available for Saturday's game versus the Flames, Hernan Salas of TSN 1260 reports.
Lagesson will miss his third straight game with the injury. The Swede doesn't have a timetable for his return, but the Oilers' blue line is deep and he may not be much of a factor even when healthy. The Oilers' next game is Tuesday versus the Canucks.
Lagesson (upper body) isn't expected to play Friday against the Flames, Jack Michaels of the Oilers Radio Network reports.
Lagesson will miss a second straight game Friday and the Oilers have yet to release a specific timetable for his return. The 24-year-old blueliner has picked up two assists through eight games this campaign.
Lagesson (upper body) is considered day-to-day, Jason Gregor of OilersNation.com reports.
The Oilers haven't released a specific timetable for Lagesson's return, but he'll miss Wednesday's matchup with Winnipeg at a minimum. Another update on the 24-year-old blueliner, who's picked up two helpers through eight games this campaign, should be released once he's deemed fit to play.
Lagesson left Monday's game against Winnipeg with an upper-body injury and will not return, Jason Gregor of OilersNation.com reports.
Lagesson was only on the ice for 6:47 before suffering his injury. The 24-year-old has been active in the Oilers' lineup for seven straight games, scoring two assists in that span. He'll be day-to-day until another update is available.
Lagesson posted an assist in Monday's 3-1 win over the Senators.
After going 11 games in his career without getting on the scoresheet, Lagesson has notched assists in consecutive contests. The Swede set up a Tyler Ennis goal in the third period Monday. Lagesson now has two helpers, a plus-2 rating and a pair of shots on goal through five outings this season.
Lagesson produced an assist in Saturday's 6-4 loss to the Flames.
Lagesson's first NHL point was mostly of his own doing. His shot attempt was tipped in for a goal by Jujhar Khaira at 6:53 of the first period to get the Oilers on the board. A fourth-round pick from 2014, Lagesson is still in competition for playing time on a deep blue line in Edmonton. The Swede has just one shot on goal, four hits and two blocked shots through four contests in a limited role on the third pairing.
Lagesson will attend the Oilers' training camp, Dustin Nielson of TSN 1260 reports.
Lagesson was on loan with HC Vita Hasten in Sweden while awaiting the start of training camp in North America. Lagesson failed to record a point in eight contests with the Oilers last year, but he racked up 10 points in 25 outings with AHL Bakersfield. The fourth-round pick from 2014 projects as a minor-league option in 2020-21.
Lagesson signed a two-year, $1.45 million contract extension with the Oilers on Wednesday. The first year of the deal is two way, whereas the second year of the deal is one way.
Lagesson is currently playing for HC Vita Hasten in his native Sweden's HockeyAllsvenskan league, having racked up three goals and nine points while posting a plus-6 rating through 11 games. He spent most of the 2019-20 campaign with AHL Bakersfield, notching 10 points in 25 contests, but he also made eight appearances with the Oilers, going scoreless while registering a minus-4 rating over that span. He'll likely once again bounce between the AHL and NHL in 2020-21, but he could be a full-time player for the big club the following year.
Lagesson was sent back down to AHL Bakersfield on Saturday, Jason Gregor of TSN 1260 reports.
Lagesson's demotion makes room for the returning Oscar Klefbom (shoulder). In eight games for the Oilers this season, Lagesson has no points and a minus-4 rating.
The Oilers assigned and recalled Lagesson to and from AHL Bakersfield on Monday.
The move was strictly to make Lagesson eligible for the remainder of the AHL season. The 24-year-old could be back down in the minors before too long, as he's suited up in just six NHL games this season. The Swede will look to crack the lineup again for Tuesday's game against Anaheim.
Lagesson has appeared in just one of the Oilers' last seven games.
Lagesson went minus-1 with three shots on goal and two blocked shots in a loss to the Sharks on Feb. 6. Other than that appearance, he's been serving as defensive depth while Kris Russell (concussion) is out. Lagesson should not be on fantasy owners' radar.
The Oilers recalled Lagesson from AHL Bakersfield on Thursday.
Lagesson will join the Oilers for the second time this season, as he went pointless in two NHL games earlier in this campaign. With Kris Russell (concussion) placed on injured reserve in a corresponding move Thursday, Lagesson could draw into the lineup as early as Friday against St. Louis.
Lagesson was demoted to AHL Bakersfield on Saturday.
Lagesson was held scoreless in two NHL appearances during his recent stint with the big club. He'll return to the minors where he's scored eight points in 21 games.
The Oilers recalled Lagesson from AHL Bakersfield on Sunday.
Lagesson will take the place of Matt Benning with the big club, as he cleared waivers and was ushered to the minors. Lagesson has been solid for Bakersfield this season, collecting three goals and eight points in 21 AHL games. The Swede's addition to the roster gives the Oilers seven healthy defensemen.
The Oilers assigned Lagesson to AHL Bakersfield on Friday.
Lagesson has been a healthy scratch for seven straight contests, so this move doesn't come as a surprise. The 23-year-old Swede will spend the majority of the campaign in the minors.
The Oilers recalled Lagesson from AHL Bakersfield on Thursday.
Joel Persson is currently sidelined with a concussion, so Lagesson will round out Edmonton's depth at defense for the foreseeable future. The 23-year-old Swede has notched one assist in two AHL appearances this season.
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|03/20||vs WPG||W 4-2||0||0||0||-1||12:04|
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|03/13||@ VAN||L 1-2||0||0||0||0||18:10|
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