Coburn (undisclosed) skated 16:24 with two PIM and a minus-2 rating in Thursday's 5-3 loss to the Golden Knights.
Coburn was unimpressive after a one-game absence. The 34-year-old has just two points, 50 hits and a plus-6 rating in 32 contests -- fantasy owners likely aren't tracking the veteran blueliner's status this year.
Coburn (undisclosed) is in the projected lineup for Thursday's game against Vegas, NHL.com's Danny Webster reports.
Coburn missed Monday's win over Colorado due to an undisclosed issue, but he was never expected to be sidelined for long. The veteran blueliner, who's notched two points in 31 games this campaign, will skate on Tampa Bay's bottom pairing against the Golden Knights.
Coburn (undisclosed) is day-to-day and won't play in Monday's game versus the Avalanche, Joe Smith of The Athletic reports.
Coburn has played in six straight games after being a healthy scratch for the previous seven, but now he's battling an undisclosed issue after leaving morning skate early. Cameron Gaunce will slot into the bottom pairing in Coburn's place, and the latter will aim to return Thursday in Vegas.
Coburn has played in four consecutive games after spending considerable time as a healthy scratch.
Coburn is getting regular ice time with injuries to Tampa's back end. And he's contributing hits and blocked shots (nine and six, respectively, in his last four games). The veteran defender will turn 35 in a couple of weeks and is on the downside of his career, so he will likely return to the bench when the Bolts get healthy.
Coburn (lower body) blocked two shots and skated 13:33 in Sunday's 2-1 win over the Red Wings.
Coburn missed 13 games with the injury. The 34-year-old defenseman has just a single goal, 24 hits and 12 blocked shots through 18 appearances this season -- fantasy owners can find stronger depth options.
Coburn (lower body) will return to the lineup for Sunday's game against Detroit, Erik Erlendsson of LightningInsider.com reports.
Coburn last played on Nov. 29 and has only appeared in 17 games this season. The 34-year-old blueliner has just one goal in those 17 games. He'll return to a bottom-pair role alongside Kevin Shattenkirk.
Coburn (lower body) is nearing a return to the lineup.
Coburn skated with the team during Saturday's morning practice, but he's not quite ready to get back into the lineup. It's solid progress, however, so it wouldn't be surprising if Coburn was ready to go for Tuesday's game against the Sabres. Coburn's more of a real-life asset than he is fantasy-wise, as the veteran has just one point through 17 games this year.
Coburn (lower body) was designated as week-to-week by coach Jon Cooper, Bryan Burns of the Lightning's official site reports.
Coburn was already placed on injured reserve to free up a roster spot, but the fact that he is considered week-to-week doesn't bode well for a short-term absence. Luke Schenn and Jan Rutta should both see time in the lineup with Coburn on the shelf.
Coburn was placed on injured reserve Monday, Erik Erlendsson of LightningInsider.com reports.
It doesn't appear Coburn will be ready soon, so his IR placement will free up a roster spot for depth at forward. The 34-year-old is eligible to return at any point, but his presence doesn't fantasy owners, as he's recorded just one point and 21 shots on net through 17 games.
Coburn will be out indefinitely with a lower-body injury, Joe Smith of The Athletic reports.
Coburn was hurt Friday night and will now miss an extended period of time with a lower-body issue. For Saturday's contest, the Lightning will deploy 11 forwards and seven defensemen.
Coburn (lower body) won't return to Friday's matchup with Washington.
With Coburn set to miss some time, the Lightning will likely have to turn to their AHL affiliate for help on the back end ahead of Saturday's clash with Carolina. Another update on the 34-year-old blueliner should be released once an expected timetable for his recovery has been established.
Coburn has just a single assist in 15 games this season.
His ice time has hovered around 12 minutes the last three games and his game is clearly slowing down. Coburn is a six-seven defender who will slot in and out of the lineup as his career winds to a close. There's little value in that.
Coburn is toiling on the Lightning's third pairing alongside Mikhail Sergachev.
His ice time has ranged from 13:24 to 16:04 in three games. Coburn's role will be to act as a ballast for the young Russian's more adventurous game. His 23 points last season were his best since 2008-09, so he's no fantasy force.
Coburn re-signed with the Lightning on a two-year, $3.4 million contract Tuesday.
Coburn was a regular in Tampa Bay's lineup this season, notching four goals and 23 points while posting a plus-4 rating in 74 games. The 34-year-old should continue to be a solid bottom-pairing option over the next two campaigns, but his lack of offensive upside and limited role will keep him off the radar in most fantasy formats.
Coburn dressed for two postseason games against Columbus and tallied one assist.
Coburn had been part of the bottom pairing rotation, often sitting out games in the regular season. But he was pressed into heavier duty due to injuries to the Bolts blue line corps. Coburn actually finished plus-2 in 18:36 in Tuesday's 7-3 loss -- that's a remarkable feat considering the number of goals scored by the Jackets. But the loss was ugly and at 34, Coburn is a declining asset on the ice. His contract is done and he's likely seen his last game in Tampa.
Coburn scored a goal and added an assist Saturday in a 6-3 win over the Bruins.
Coburn has stepped up in the absence of Victor Hedman. He finishes the season with four goals and 19 assists in 74 games. Coburn isn't fantasy material despite delivering a pair of two-point games in his last four. He's far more valuable as a crease-clearer on the ice.
Coburn dished out two assists in Monday's win over the Senators.
Coburn entered the game on a brutal slump with no points and a minus-7 games over the previous eight games. He turned that around with a solid stat line where he also recorded six hits and a blocked shot as well. Don't expect this consistent production from Coburn, but an added scoring touch from him well help in the postseason.
Coburn's ice time dropped to 13:56 in Monday's 4-1 win over the Coyotes.
It was the first time he was under 14 minutes since the first week of February. Coburn has been a steady force protecting the blue paint for Tampa Bay, so we don't know why his ice time was cut. His 19 points this season aren't fantasy worthy, regardless of his ice time.
Coburn delivered two assists in Saturday's 5-1 win over the Senators.
Whoa -- that's a trio of helpers in his last three games. Coburn will never be confused for an offensive defender, but he sure is on a sweet little run right now.
Coburn had an assist and added four blocked shots in Tuesday's 6-3 win over the Flames.
The defenseman ran cold in January, sitting out three games and going scoreless in his seven appearances. Since the start of February, he has three assists, seven blocked shots and 11 hits in seven games. Coburn remains on the Lightning's third defensive pairing, and doesn't warrant significant fantasy consideration.
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