Grant Clitsome D WPG 15 Days
Clitsome (lower body) was activated from injured reserve Saturday.
Clitsome didn't skate with a regular pairing during the team's morning session, so despite his activation, he could be a healthy scratch for the Jets on Saturday. Despite the absences of Clitsome and top-four blueliners Toby Enstrom and Zach Bogosian, the Jets have been playing quality hockey of late, which may make coach Paul Maurice reluctant to bring Clitsome back into the fold right away.
Grant Clitsome D WPG 20 Days
The Jets placed Clitsome (undisclosed) on injured reserve Monday.
Clitsome will be out another week and a half, so the Jets placed him on injured reserve to open up a roster spot for Patrice Cormier.
Grant Clitsome D WPG 24 Days
Clitsome (undisclosed) has been ruled out for two weeks, Paul Friesen of the Winnipeg Sun reports.
While Clitsome (one point in 16 games) isn't exactly an essential component to the Jets' success, his absence couldn't come at a more inconvenient time, as Tobias Enstrom (lower body) and Zach Bogosian (lower body) were both ruled out with long-term injuries Thursday. The Jets recalled Julien Brouillette from AHL St. John's to temporarily restore some depth on defense, while Dustin Byfuglien could also move over from forward to help out on the blue line.
Grant Clitsome D WPG 25 Days
Clitsome is dealing with an undisclosed injury and won't play Wednesday against the Oilers, Ken Wiebe of the Winnipeg Sun reports.
Despite missing Tuesday's practice, Clitsome was expected to suit up Wednesday, but that never materialized. The Jets recalled Ben Chiarot from AHL St. John's on Tuesday, and he'll slot in for Clitsome, forming a pair with Zach Bogosian.
Grant Clitsome D WPG 2 Months
Clitsome made his season debut for the Jets on Tuesday versus the Hurricanes, recording an assist in his 15:24 of action.
Clitsome had been a healthy scratch for the Jets' first five games, but his performance Tuesday may be enough to get him more regular run in the lineup. In addition to his offensive exploits, Clitsome was active on his own end against Carolina, accumulating four hits.
Grant Clitsome D WPG 3 Months
It appears Clitsome will be a healthy scratch for Thursday's season opener against the Coyotes, Tim Campbell of the Winnipeg Free Press reports.
After seeing his 2013-14 season end early due to back surgery in December, Clitsome is healthy again, but he'll have to wake just a little bit longer before returning to game action. Prior to undergoing surgery, Clitsome was in the midst of the best season of his career, as he notched 12 points in 32 games and was on track to reach the triple digits in both hits and blocks. Now 29, Clitsome could see his minutes load lightened this season in an effort to preserve him for the long haul. He'll give way to Adam Pardy on defense Thursday.
Grant Clitsome D WPG 9 Months
Grant Clitsome (back) has been skating every other day.
He sat out the Jets' last 46 games after having surgery on the herniated disc in his back. Doctors also removed a bone fragment during the procedure. "At least it's fixed now and it will be good for next year," he said.
Grant Clitsome D WPG 12 Months
Grant Clitsome has undergone season-ending back surgery.
Clitsome has been out of the Jets' lineup since Dec. 17. He will finish the 2013-14 campaign with two goals and 12 points in 32 games this season.
Grant Clitsome D WPG 12 Months
Grant Clitsome hasn't made much progress from his back issues.
"He's quite frustrated there," coach Claude Noel said. "He's not able to do very much." Clitsome hasn't played since Dec. 17. He has 12 points in 32 games.
Grant Clitsome D WPG Oct 06 '79
Grant Clitsome (undisclosed) has been placed on injured reserve.
He hasn't played since Dec. 17. At one point Clitsome was thought to be out with an illness, but it isn't clear if that is the reason why he's still sidelined.