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Tom Wilson reveals he has ‘significant’ knee injury

Tom Wilson played just one minute and 33 seconds on the ice during the Washington Capitals’ first-round series loss to the Florida Panthers. Wilson left the bench during Game 1 after scoring the series’ first goal. He did not return and the Capitals announced he had a lower body injury.
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Tom Wilson will not play in Game 6 as Capitals look to stave off elimination

Capitals forward Tom Wilson will not play Friday in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup playoff series against the Florida Panthers, coach Peter Laviolette confirmed. Wilson was on the ice at MedStar Capitals Iceplex before the team’s 10:30am morning skate going through skating drills, but did not participate in the team’s official practice.
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Capitals' Tom Wilson: Could need surgery

Wilson suffered a "significant" knee injury in Game 1 against Florida and still doesn't know if he needs surgery during the offseason to repair the damage, Samantha Pell of The Washington Post reports. The 28-year-old only played 1:31 during the six-game series, missing the final five games -- with what...
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Penguins’ Sidney Crosby out for key Game 6; Caps’ Tom Wilson remains sidelined

The Pittsburgh Penguins will hope to rally for their captain as Sidney Crosby has been ruled out for Game 6 against the New York Rangers. Head coach Mike Sullivan made the announcement this morning and also stated that both Tristan Jarry and Brian Dumoulin remain day-to-day. Rickard Rakell, who was injured in Game 1 is officially a game-time decision.
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Capitals Lines Remain Same With Tom Wilson Out Again for Game 5 at Panthers

SUNRISE, Fla. — Tom Wilson (lower-body injury) will be out for Game 5 of the Capitals' first round Stanley Cup playoff series vs. the Florida Panthers, coach Peter Laviolette confirmed Wednesday. It is the fourth game in a row Wilson will miss this series. Wilson is with the team...
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Tom Wilson remains day-to-day, not present at morning skate

Tom Wilson remains day-to-day with a lower-body injury, coach Peter Laviolette confirmed Monday morning. Wilson suffered a lower-body injury last Tuesday in the Capitals’ Game 1 win against the Panthers and has not played since. Laviolette cracked that he would update Wilson's status only on a day-to-day basis, and...
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Capitals' Tom Wilson: Ruled out Wednesday

Wilson (lower body) will not play in Game 5 against the Panthers on Wednesday but is considered day-to-day, Tom Gulitti of NHL.com reports. Wilson did travel with the team but didn't participate in the game-day skate, so he may not be as close to returning as his day-to-day designation might indicate. Prior to getting hurt, the gritty winger managed just one point in his previous nine outings while averaging 15:45 of ice time. Once given the all-clear Wilson should be in the mix for a top-six role and figures to link up with one of the power-play units.
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Capitals' Tom Wilson: Will travel with team

Wilson (lower body) will join the team when it departs for Game 5 against Florida on Wednesday, Tom Gulitti of NHL.com reports. Wilson's status remains in doubt as he continues to be classified as day-to-day despite making the trip. If he does suit up versus Florida, the 28-year-old winger could jump into a top-six role following his career year in which he set new personal bests in goals (24), assists (28) and power-play points (10).
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Ilya Samsonov starts Game 3; Tom Wilson not available again

The Capitals will turn to Ilya Samsonov in net for Game 3, coach Peter Laviolette confirmed Saturday morning. Samsonov entered Game 2 in relief of Vitek Vanecek and stopped all 17 third period shots he faced. The Capitals lost 5-1 as the series drew tied once again. “He came in...
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Capitals' Tom Wilson: Unavailable Monday

Wilson (lower body) will not play in Monday's Game 4 against the Panthers, Samantha Pell of The Washington Post reports. Wilson continues to tend to a lower-body issue that has limited to just 1:31 of ice time in the series. The 28-year-old remains without a timetable for his return despite being labeled "day-to-day" and his availability for Wednesday's Game 5 has yet to be confirmed.
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Capitals Mum on Game 3 Goalie Vs. Panthers, Tom Wilson Remains Day-To-Day

SUNRISE, Fla. — Capitals coach Peter Laviolette said there was no update to forward Tom Wilson’s status Friday morning as the Capitals’ winger recovers from a lower-body injury he suffered in Game 1. He remains day-to-day. Laviolette spoke at the team hotel in Florida before the Capitals...
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