Ondrej Palat Stats
- Height / Weight
- 72 / 194 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 3/28/1991 (31)
Ondrej Palat Last 10 Games
Ondrej Palat News
New Jersey Devils left wing Ondrej Palat (groin) is available again for the team Thursday against St. Louis. He has missed the past 32 games whilst recovering from groin surgery. Before getting knocked out of the lineup, Palat produced three points -- all via goals -- in his first six appearances as a Devil. Tomas Tatar has been filling in for him on the top line and will take a hit now, although he has been on a hot streak lately and Palat might not assume his normal role straight away.
New Jersey Devils left wing Ondrej Palat (groin) has finally received a potential timeline for his return, and unfortunately we won't be seeing him for a couple of months, with the Devils announcing that he will need eight to 10 weeks to recover from groin surgery. Palat hasn't played since Oct. 24, missing six games. He posted three goals in six games before getting hurt. Tomas Tatar has taken over Palat's spot on the first line, and he's gained some really good momentum ahead of Tuesday's battle with the Flames, heading into the clash with a four-game assist streak.
New Jersey Devils left wing Ondrej Palat underwent successful groin surgery, the team announced Tuesday. The two-time Stanley Cup champion had already missed three games and it looks like he won't be available for a while. The Devils didn't yet announce a timeline for his return. Palat, who came over from Tampa as a free agent in the summer, netted three goals in six games before getting injured. Tomas Tatar has moved into his spot on the first line, notching two points in the three games Palat has missed. He's done a decent job so far, but Tatar's spot likely isn't set in stone and others should get a look on the line as well while Palat recovers.
New Jersey Devils left wing Ondrej Palat (lower body) was placed on Injured Reserve on Saturday. The move is retroactive to Oct. 24. Palat has missed the team's last two games with a lower-body injury and it's not looking good, with him set to meet doctors on Monday to decide how to proceed with the issue that's bothering him. Palat was a big signing for New Jersey during the offseason, and he's tied for the team lead with three goals early in the year. Nico Hischier has skated with Tomas Tatar and Fabian Zetterlund on the first line since Palat's injury.