Jonathan Ericsson RUMORS & NEWS

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    Ansar Khan @AnsarKhanMLive

    Blashill said Ericsson (upper body) and Zetterberg (lower body) questionable for tomorrow. Both hurt last night.

  • Red Wings' Jonathan Ericsson (broken finger) still not fully healed but will be ready for season opener

    Michigan Live "Jonathan Ericsson's left middle finger still doesn't feel right nearly six months after it was shattered by a puck, but the Detroit Red Wings defenseman said he'll be ready for the start of the season. "It still doesn't feel 100 percent, but I guess with these kind of accidents it may take some..." September 11

  • Red Wings' Jonathan Ericsson skates Thursday for first time since injury

    Detroit News "On Tuesday it was Henrik Zetterberg talking about resuming skating, and hopefully returning to the Red Wings’ lineup soon. Wednesday it was defenseman Jonathan Ericsson saying he will go on the ice Thursday for the first time since having surgery in late March to stabilize a fracture in his..." April 17

  • Red Wings' Jonathan Ericsson out 4-6 weeks after finger surgery

    Detroit News "The Red Wings won’t have defenseman Jonathan Ericsson until the playoffs — if they get that far. The team announced Wednesday that Ericsson underwent successful surgery on the middle finger of his left hand. Surgery was required to stabilize a fracture in the finger suffered Tuesday against..." March 20

  • Red Wings Ericsson out at least two weeks, might need surgery for broken finger

    Michigan Live "The Detroit Red Wings’ astonishing string of bad luck with injuries continued on Tuesday. Top-pair defenseman Jonathan Ericsson is out with a broken finger that might require surgery on Wednesday. General manager Ken Holland estimated that Ericsson will be out a minimum of two weeks. “We’re..." March 19

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    Detroit Red Wings @DetroitRedWings

    UPDATE: Jonathan Ericsson has undergone successful surgery. He's expected to miss 4-6 weeks #RedWings

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    Detroit Red Wings @DetroitRedWings

    UPDATE: Jonathan Ericsson says he will return to the lineup tomorrow #RedWings

  • Red Wings' Jonathan Ericsson has broken ribs, will miss 3-5 weeks

    Detroit News "Just when it looked like the Red Wings were getting healthier, another important player went down. This time, it’s defenseman Jonathan Ericsson. General manager Ken Holland said Ericsson will miss three to five weeks with two broken ribs suffered in Tuesday’s 3-0 loss to the New York..." December 25

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    Chuck Pleiness @wingsfrontman

    Per Wings GM Ken Holland, Jonathan Ericsson has two fractured ribs. He'll be out 3-5 weeks.

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    Detroit Red Wings @DetroitRedWings

    BREAKING: The #RedWings have signed Jonathan Ericsson to a six-year extension.

  • Wings sign Jonathan Ericsson to six-year, $25.5 million extension

    Michigan Live "The Detroit Red Wings have signed defenseman Jonathan Ericsson to a six-year contract extension worth $25.5 million. The Red Wings' salary cap hit will be $4.25 million per season. Ericsson, 29, is making $3.25 million this season, his sixth full campaign in the NHL. In 15 games this..." November 27

  • Red Wings are close to deal with Jonathan Ericsson

    Detroit News "There was at least one bit of positive news for the Red Wings Tuesday despite a discouraging 2-0 loss to Nashville. Bob McKenzie of TSN in Canada was first to report the Red Wings are close to signing defenseman Jonathan Ericsson to a new contract. Ericsson, 29, can be an unrestricted free..." November 20

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    Ansar Khan @AnsarKhanMLive

    Holland said Ericsson out 2-3 weeks.

  • Red Wings' Jonathan Ericsson excited to be a dad, will miss 2-3 weeks with shoulder subluxation

    Michigan Live "It was quite the long weekend for Detroit Red Wings defenseman Jonathan Ericsson. He felt the pain of a shoulder subluxation and the joys of fatherhood. Ericsson is out two-to-three weeks due to the injury sustained during the third period of Saturday’s 5-2 loss in Phoenix. It will give..." October 22

  • Jonathan Ericsson's blast with four seconds left beats Kings

    Detroit News "Jonathan Ericsson fired the puck, and it squeezed through the pads of Kings goalie Jonathan Quick and dribbled slowly toward the net. Would Quick see it quickly enough to stop it before it crossed the goalline? Would the puck suddenly stop, or veer another direction? No. It went into..." February 10