Byram (upper body) was placed on injured reserve Thursday, per CapFriendly.
Byram is expected to begin a rehab stint with AHL Colorado on Friday, so this is a procedural move for the Avalanche. The 19-year-old defenseman hasn't played since March 25.
Byram (upper body) will begin a rehab stint at AHL Colorado on Friday, Adrian Dater of Colorado Hockey Now reports.
It was reported earlier in the week that Byram suffered a setback, but it appears to have been a minor one. He has not played since March 25 and has missed 25 of the last 29 games.
Byram (upper body) isn't skating after suffering a setback in his recovery, Peter Baugh of The Athletic reports.
Byram hasn't played since March 25, and he's nowhere near returning given the current state of his recovery process. We may not see the 2019 fourth overall pick again this season, though Byram hasn't officially been ruled out.
Byram (upper body) has been working out on his own but isn't skating yet and won't travel with the Avalanche on their road trip, Adrian Dater of Colorado Hockey Now reports.
If Byram missed the entire road trip, his next chance to return would come April 30 against the Sharks. Byram hasn't appeared in a game since March 25. The fourth overall selection in the 2019 draft has a bright future ahead of him, but he's not much of a present-day fantasy factor, with just two points through his first 19 NHL appearances.
Byram was removed from the NHL's COVID-19 protocols list Monday, Peter Baugh of The Athletic reports.
Byram missed seven games with an upper-body issue before he was placed on the COVID-19 list. It's unclear if the rookie blueliner will be ready to go Thursday against the Blues or if he's still dealing with that injury. He has two assists while averaging 17:31 of ice time through 19 games this season.
Byram (COVID-19 protocols) will need to quarantine for 10 days, Adrian Dater of ColoradoHockeyNow.com reports.
Byram will likely need at least a couple of practices under his belt before returning, so it appears he could miss around two weeks of action. The rookie blueliner hasn't played since March 25 while dealing with an upper-body issue.
Byram (upper body) was placed on the NHL's COVID-19 protocols list Friday, Sportsnet's Chris Johnston reports.
Byram has already missed seven straight games with an upper-body injury, and he'll now have to clear the league's virus protocols before rejoining the lineup. The 19-year-old blueliner has picked up two helpers and 23 PIM in 19 games this campaign.
Byram (concussion) skated Wednesday, but he remains without an expected timetable for his return to action.
Byram has been skating for over a week, but there's still no telling when he'll be given the green light to rejoin Colorado's lineup. The 19-year-old rookie has picked up two helpers through 19 games this campaign.
Byram (concussion) skated Tuesday and has a chance to play in Wednesday's game versus the Wild, Mike Chambers of The Denver Post reports.
Byram has missed the last six games, but he's been on the ice for a few days now. The 19-year-old still needs to clear the league's concussion protocol. He's certainly trending in the right direction, so if he can't go Wednesday, Byram may be back for the weekend series against the Ducks.
Byram (upper body) won't play in Monday's game versus the Wild, Adrian Dater of ColoradoHockeyNow.com reports.
Byram is set to miss a sixth straight game. There's no clear timetable for his return, so he's considered out indefinitely for now. Kyle Burroughs is expected to fill Byram's role for now.
Byram (upper body) isn't in the projected lineup for Friday's game versus the Blues, NHL.com reports.
Byram will miss a fourth straight game Friday and remains without a definite timetable for his return to action. At this point the 19-year-old blueliner can be considered out indefinitely.
Byram (upper body) won't play in Wednesday's game versus the Coyotes, Peter Baugh of The Athletic reports.
Byram skated Tuesday morning, but the 19-year-old will miss a third straight game. The rookie blueliner will be evaluated again before Friday's home matchup against the Blues. Dan Renouf has been skating on the third pairing in Byram's place.
Byram (upper body) won't play in Monday's game versus the Ducks, NHL.com's Rick Sadowski reports.
Byran will miss a second straight game. The 19-year-old is still considered day-to-day, so he'll have a chance to return to the lineup for Wednesday's matchup against the Coyotes. Dan Renouf is expected to stay in the lineup until Byram returns.
Byram (upper body) won't play in Saturday's game versus the Golden Knights, Adrian Dater of ColoradoHockeyNow.com reports.
Injuries have been a serious issue for Byram this season, as he'll sit out for the 11th time in 15 games. Dan Renouf was promoted to the active roster to take Byram's place for now.
Byram had one shot on net, two hits and two blocked shots over 18:54 of ice time in Thursday's 5-1 win over the Golden Knights.
Byram returned to the blue line after missing Tuesday's loss to Arizona due to a lower-body injury. He left the game briefly after Keegan Kolesar took a run at him, but Byram finished the contest. The 19-year-old defenseman has two points, 21 shots, 33 hits, 13 blocked shots and 23 PIM in 19 games.
Byram (lower body) will return to the lineup for Thursday's game versus Vegas, Peter Baugh of The Athletic reports.
Byram will return to action following a one-game absence. The 19-year-old blueliner has notched two assists in 18 games this season.
Byram (lower body) was labeled day-to-day by coach Jared Bednar, who told reporters, "As far as I know, that's day-to-day. But we'll know more when we get home," Peter Baugh of The Athletic reports.
It's the second time since the beginning of March that Byram has been sidelined with an injury. When healthy, the 19-year-old blueliner has registered two assists, 20 shots and 31 hits in 18 contests while averaging 17:26 of ice time. Byram should continue to push for more opportunities once fully fit but may struggle for heavy minutes considering the number of young defensemen currently filling out the Avs' blue line.
Byram (lower body) won't play Tuesday versus the Coyotes, Peter Baugh of The Athletic reports.
Byram played in just three games after returning from an upper-body injury March 18. The 19-year-old blueliner can likely be considered day-to-day for now. Dan Renouf will take his place on the third pairing.
Byram (upper body) skated 15:58 and had two PIM in Thursday's 5-1 win over the Wild.
Byram wasn't able to get in on the fun on offense -- he was one of four Avalanche skaters to fail to record a shot on goal. The 19-year-old will likely see bottom-four usage on the blue line. The rookie rearguard has just two assists, 21 PIM, 24 hits and 17 shots on net in 16 games this year.
Byram (upper body) will be activated off injured reserve and return to the lineup Thursday against Minnesota, NHL.com's Rick Sadowski reports.
Byram has missed Colorado's last nine games with an upper-body injury, but he'll return to a second-pairing role Thursday. The 19-year-old blueliner has picked up two assists through 15 games this year.
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|03/25||vs LV||W 5-1||0||0||0||+1||18:54|
|03/22||@ ARI||W 5-1||0||0||0||+1||16:08|
|03/20||vs MIN||W 6-0||0||0||0||+1||17:33|
|03/18||vs MIN||W 5-1||0||0||0||+1||15:58|
|02/27||@ ARI||W 6-2||0||0||0||0||18:05|
|02/26||@ ARI||W 3-2||0||0||0||0||12:36|
|02/24||vs MIN||L 2-6||0||0||0||-3||15:04|
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