San Jose Mercury News "Sharks general manager Doug Wilson broke his silence Thursday, as did Raffi Torres, on the suspension that will cost the player half the season. Wilson said the organization "fully supports" the 41-game suspension handed to Torres for his head-high hit on Anaheim's Jakob Silfverberg on..." October 09
Silfverberg has been cleared to practice, Bruce Boudreau said. We're told that he skated prior to practice (Silfverberg, not Boudreau).
The Globe and Mail "The Anaheim Ducks have signed restricted free agent Jakob Silfverberg to a four-year contract. Financial terms were not released by the club but the Orange County Register reports the deal is worth $15-million which means Silfverberg will count $3.75-million against the salary cap this season." August 07
Silfverberg said he is in. Skated with Koivu and Cogliano during rushes. Had missed 24 games since Ottawa's Jared Cowen slashed him.
NHL.com "The Anaheim Ducks revealed Saturday that forward Jakob Silfverberg sustained a broken right hand against the Ottawa Senators on Friday. He is expected to miss 4-to-6 weeks. The injury occurred when Silfverberg was slashed midway through the third period and with the Ducks leading 2-1. He did..." October 26
NHL.com "Jakob Silfverberg got a call from Rome shortly after he learned he had become a member of the Anaheim Ducks as part of the trade that saw the Ottawa Senators acquire Bobby Ryan. It came from All-Star defenseman and now-former teammate Erik Karlsson, who himself was just coming to terms with the..." October 25
Pro Hockey Talk "The Anaheim Ducks will head into the 2013-14 season with some serious health concerns. On Monday the club placed four key players — Jakob Silfverberg Emerson Etem Luca Sbisa and Sheldon Souray — on injured reserve throwing a major wrench into the lineup for Wednesday’s season opener at..." September 30
Emerson Etem and Jakob Silfverberg not skating. Both nursing lower-body injuries and day to day.
Ottawa Sun "The sight of Jakob Silfverberg in obvious pain after throwing himself in front of a slapshot during the dying seconds of Tuesday's win over the Buffalo Sabres led to an assumption the Senators injury list was about to grow by one. Move over Jason Spezza, Jared Cowen and Guillaume Latendresse...." February 07