Henrik Zetterberg LW DET 8 Days

Zetterberg (upper body) isn't expected to return to the Red Wings lineup until next Wednesday's game against the Rangers.

Zetterberg was able to skate a little bit on his own prior to Thursday's morning session, but it appears the team is preparing to be without him for the next two weeks. Though he hasn't been formally diagnosed with a concussion, Zetterberg said a couple days ago that he's exhibited symptoms similar to the head injury. The team believes that with a few more days of light activity, he'll be feeling fully healthy and ready to play. Continue to stash him on your bench until the Red Wings confirm he'll return to duty.

Henrik Zetterberg LW DET 10 Days

Zetterberg said he hasn't shown any improvement with his head injury over the last three days and continues to experience concussion-like symptoms, MLive.com's Ansar Khan reports. He's been ruled out for Tuesday's game against the Kings.

Zetterberg didn't confirm that he had a concussion, but he essentially implied as much by acknowledging the symptoms. He suffered the head injury when he took a punch from Jamie Benn in Saturday's overtime win over the Stars. Zetterberg doesn't have a history of concussions or head injuries, so he's hopeful to avoid a long-term absence. Riley Sheahan has slid into a top-six role to cover for Zetterberg's absence in the meantime.

Henrik Zetterberg LW DET 10 Days

Zetterberg (upper body) is not playing in Monday's game and is doubtful for Tuesday's contest, Ansar Khan of MLive reports.

Zetterberg's injury is not believed to be a concussion, but Detroit really doesn't want him to aggravate anything for the stretch run. He may be back in the lineup Thursday, but he'll need to get a practice in first.

Henrik Zetterberg LW DET 11 Days

With no morning skate for the Red Wings on Monday and Zetterberg (upper body) not having skated since leaving Saturday's game, he is doubtful for Monday's tilt with Anaheim, the Detroit Free Press reports.

Zetterberg could still play Monday, but Detroit has been mum on his status since his injury Saturday. The Red Wings are likely to err on the side of caution with their star, so it is probably best to find another forward for Monday's games.

Henrik Zetterberg LW DET 12 Days

Zetterberg (upper body) did not practice Sunday and will be re-valuated Monday to determine availability for the game against the Ducks, Ansar Khan of MLive.com reports.Zetterberg exited Saturday's game early due to the upper-body injury and did not return. It appears the injury isn't too serious, but more information should become available after he is re-evaluated Monday.

Henrik Zetterberg LW DET 12 Days

Zetterberg left Saturday's game with an upper body injury and will not return, Ted Kulfan of the Detroit News reports.He took a shot from Jamie Benn early in the first period, and it is not clear how serious his injury is. For now, consider Zetterberg day-to-day.

Henrik Zetterberg LW DET 22 Days

Zetterberg tallied his 33rd assist of the season in Wednesday's 4-1 defeat at the hands of Pittsburgh.Zetterberg continues to be a consistent fantasy force, as he has 12 points in his last nine games. He tends to avoid slumps and should be starting on a nightly basis.

Henrik Zetterberg LW DET 28 Days

Zetterberg notched a power-play assist and logged five shot attempts in Thursday's 3-0 win over the Avalanche.

Zetterberg found Justin Abdelkader near the crease for the game's first goal, giving him his second assist in as many games. With his health holding up this season, Zetterberg has delivered his usual excellence, potting 15 goals and dishing out 32 assists across 51 games.

Henrik Zetterberg LW DET 1 Month

For an encore to Sunday's hat trick, Zetterberg delivered a hat trick of assists and went plus-2 with two PIM Tuesday in a shootout win over Minnesota.

One of the helpers came on the power play, where Zetter has accumulated four of his whopping eight points over the last three games. The guy has absolutely lit on fire and enters the All-Star break just three points shy of a point-per-game pace, having tallied with 14 goals and 30 helpers in 47 contests. Assuming he can stay healthy, Zetterberg should return to his old 70-point level and might even hit 80.

Henrik Zetterberg LW DET 2 Months

Zetterberg recorded a hat trick and had an assist in Sunday's win over the Sabres.

A remarkable outing for Zetterberg, who has now scored in back-to-back games after going three straight games without a point. The 34-year-old is up to 14 goals and 41 points in 46 games on the season, to go with a plus-3 rating. With three game-winning goals and 146 shots on goal, Zetterberg is a big reason the surging Red Wings have now won six of their last seven games. On track for 25 goals and 70 points, Zetterberg needs to be in your lineup every game.