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Raymond could be a healthy scratch for Tuesday's game against the Rangers, Sportsnet.ca's Pat Steinberg reports.

Raymond didn't take part in line rushes during the team's morning skate, but coach Bob Hartley hasn't ruled out using the winger in Tuesday's lineup. Though he appears to be fully healthy following his activation from IR for an upper-body injury last week, Raymond has turned in lukewarm production in his four games since returning, with his ice time dropping below the 10-minute mark in Sunday's loss to the Blackhawks. Should Hartley decide to send Raymond to the press box Tuesday, Brandon Bollig would likely assume a spot in the Calgary lineup.

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Raymond (upper body) has been activated from injured reserve and will play Tuesday versus the Maple Leafs, Sportsnet.ca's Pat Steinberg reports.

Raymond sat out the previous 18 games with the shoulder issue, but looks like he's ready to return for a matchup with his former squad. He'll line up with Markus Granlund and Paul Byron on the third trio, but he could ascend to a top-six role if he's able to quickly regain the effectiveness he showed prior to suffering the injury Oct. 25. Raymond supplied five goals and seven points over his first 10 games with Calgary.

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Raymond will "most likely" return to the lineup for Tuesday's game according to coach Bob Hartley, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet 960" reports.

Raymond has been out since late October after a great start to the season. He has seven points in 10 games on the campaign.

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Raymond (upper body) will not rejoin the Calgary lineup Thursday against Colorado, NHL.com's Aaron Vickers reports.

Raymond is progressing well from his injury and was able to resume practicing with the team Tuesday, but still needs some additional work before the team activates him. A return over the weekend seems like a more realistic target for Raymond.

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Raymond (upper body) worked with the main group of skaters at Tuesday's practice for the first time since suffering an upper body in late October, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet 960 reports.

Raymond will not play Tuesday and will miss his 16th straight game, but he should not be out much longer.

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Raymond (upper body) was able to skate Wednesday, Randy Sportak of the Calgary Sun reports.

Despite Raymond's appearance on the ice, he's still considered week-to-week with the upper-body injury. He'll have to resume practicing before the Flames would entertain the idea of activating him from injured reserve.

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In addition to placing Raymond (upper body) on injured reserve Tuesday, the Flames downgraded the forward's status from day-to-day to week-to-week, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet.ca reports.

The injury Raymond sustained during Saturday's loss to the Capitals was initially treated as a minor concern, but upon further review, the team's medical staff decided to reclassify the injury. Signed by the Flames in the offseason, Raymond had been a pleasant surprise offensively, contributing a team-leading five goals prior to suffering the injury.

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The Flames placed Raymond (upper body) on injured reserve Tuesday, Randy Sportak of the Calgary Sun reports.

The Flames needed to open up a roster spot for David Jones, so they decided to place Raymond on injured reserve even though he is considered day-to-day. Raymond should be able to return to action sometime next week.

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Raymond is day-to-day with an upper body injury.

The team is calling Raymond day-to-day officially, but he is not expected to play in Tuesday's game against the Canadiens. The winger has been off to a solid start this season with five goals and two assists through 10 games, and will look to pick up where he left off when he returns.

Mason Raymond LW CGY 2 Months

Raymond netted a goal and two assists in Sunday's win over Winnipeg.

That's seven points (five goals) in seven games for Raymond, who skated on a line with Mikael Backlund and Johnny Gaudreau Sunday. The former-Leaf has fit in great with a young Calgary team, using his speed and skill to create offense. Even though it's unlikely he maintains this point-per-game pace, a 50-point season is very reachable for the speedy winger.