Meszaros was cut by the Avalanche on Wednesday, Mike Chambers of the Denver Post reports.Meszaros signed a PTO contract with the Avs at the start of preseason but suffered a groin injury and was never able to suit up for any of the Avs' preseason games.
Meszaros is suffering from a groin injury that has left him day-to-day, the Denver Post reports.Meszaros' groin injury likely occurred within the last couple days, and it has left him day-to-day at a critical time in the evaluation period. While the 10-year veteran still stands a chance at earning a roster spot, missing time certainly won't do him any favors.
Meszaros notched an assist Wednesday against Toronto, extending his points streak to three games.
Meszaros, who has scored two goals in each of his past two games, is looking to extend his streak Wednesday against Toronto, reports The Buffalo News.
Meszaros tallied two goals -- including the game-winner -- in Monday's 4-1 triumph over the Coyotes.It's the second straight two-goal performance for Meszaros, who had lit the lamp just three times in his previous 52 games this season. Though Meszaros' outburst has come far too late in the year to change the Sabres' fortunes, the impending free agent might have shown potential suitors that he still has some offensive upside to offer.
Meszaros (hand) will play in Friday's game against the Devils.Meszaros returned to practice Thursday, after missing games on Monday and Tuesday. He figures to skate alongside Nikita Zadorov on the second defensive pairing, while fellow blueliner Zach Bogosian (lower body) will miss at least one more game
Meszaros (hand) took part in Thursday's practice, Bill Hoppe of the Olean Times Herald reports.Meszaros' participation in practice gives him a shot at playing Friday against the Devils, but the team hasn't provided an official ruling on his status just yet. The rearguard has missed the Sabres' last two games due to the injury.
Coach Ted Nolan indicated Monday that Meszaros (hand) could be forced to "miss a few games" due to his injury.Meszaros ended up sitting out Monday's game against the Capitals, and it's probably safe to rule him out for at least Tuesday's contest against the Bruins as well. The Sabres also figure to be without Zach Bogosian (lower body) on Tuesday, paving the way for AHL call-up Chad Ruhwedel to enter the lineup yet again.
Meszaros (hand) won't play Monday against the Caps.With both Meszaros and Zach Bogosian sidelined, look for the Sabres to recall a blueliner in advance of Monday's contest.
Meszaros suffered a hand injury Monday morning, reports Bill Hoppe of the Olean Times Herald.
Based on warmups, Meszaros (upper body) is in line to play Wednesday against the Maple Leafs.With both Meszaros (who has nine points in 46 games to date) and Zach Bogosian in line to suit up Wednesday, Andre Benoit looks set to be the Sabres' scratch on defense for the contest.
Meszaros (upper body) participated in the Sabres' morning skate and could be in the lineup Wednesday against the Maple Leafs.
Maestros, who suffered an upper-body injury in Saturday's loss to the Capitals, practiced fully Tuesday and says he's ready to go Wednesday when the Sabres play in Toronto, The Buffalo News reports.Meszaros was considered unlikely to play Wednesday, but apparently he's rallied and sounds like he'll return earlier than expected. We'll note that coach Ted Nolan hasn't signed off yet, so we'll wait for official word from the team when they set Wednesday's blue line pairings following the morning skate.
Meszaros, who suffered an upper-body injury Saturday, will not play Wednesday against Toronto, reports Paul Hamilton of WGR 550.
Meszaros (upper body) is questionable for Wednesday's game against the Maple Leafs.Meszaros departed from Saturday's tilt with the Capitals due to the upper-body injury and did not return, and coach Ted Nolan indicated after the game that Meszaros "could miss a little while." The fact that he is at least questionable for Wednesday's game is a good sign, as the blueliner's issue may not cause him to miss as much time as Nolan's comments initially seemed to indicate.
Head coach Ted Nolan said Meszaros "could miss a little while" with the upper-body injury he suffered Saturday night, the Olean Times Herald reports.Nolan also said he doesn't think Meszaros will be out "too long," so his expected return date is rather vague. His injury will likely pave the way for Nikita Zadorov, who served as a healthy scratch Saturday, to rejoin the lineup.
Meszaros suffered an upper-body injury in Saturday's game against the Capitals and will not return.Meszaros suffered the injury when he was struck by a shot off the stick of Washington's Brooks Laich. Details of the setback are uncertain, so t remains to be seen if it will cost Meszaros any further action.
Meszaros bagged a goal, spent two minutes in the penalty box, and submitted a plus-2 rating in Saturday's 5-3 loss to the Panthers.
Meszaros will play Tuesday against Ottawa, reports Mike Harrington of The Buffalo News.
Meszaros will sit for the second straight game Thursday against St. Louis, reports The Buffalo News.