|Date of Birth||4/1/1999|
|Height, Weight||6'2", 179 lbs|
|Drafted||2017 - Rd 1 (6th Overall) by VGK|
Glass (lower body) won't return to action until after the All-Star break, David Schoen of the Las Vegas Review Journal reports.
With the team's bye week factored in, the Golden Knights won't suit up again until Jan. 31 versus Carolina. Glass will miss his seventh consecutive contest against Boston on Tuesday due to his lower-body issue but appears to be trending in the right direction. Once he is cleared to play, the Winnipeg native should push Nicolas Roy out of the lineup.
Glass (leg) is considered week-to-week, David Schoen of the Las Vegas Review Journal reports.
Glass sustained a bone bruise during this past Saturday's win over the Blues. That was good news since the team initially feared ligament damage, but the 20-year-old won't need surgery. At this time, he'll target a return Saturday versus the Blue Jackets, and it wouldn't be surprising if he misses additional time past that date.
Glass has a bone bruise on his leg and isn't expected to need surgery, Jesse Granger of The Athletic reports.
Glass went down on his right leg awkwardly during Saturday's 5-4 overtime win versus the Blues, and the way he went down had many fearing the worst. Additional tests have ruled out ligament damage, however. The 20-year-old could miss time as he recovers, but it shouldn't be a long-term issue.
Glass had to be helped off the ice after suffering what appeared to be a right leg injury Saturday against St. Louis, Steve Carp of Gaming Today reports.
While there's been no official announcement from the team, don't expect Glass to return to Saturday's contest after needing assistance off the ice following what was a scary incident. The Golden Knights most likely will update Glass' status following the game, but it would seem as though the forward could be out for some time. The bottom-six winger was a minus-1 in 12:11 of ice time before departing.
Glass tallied a goal and went plus-2 in Thursday's 5-4 win over the Flyers.
Glass's second-period tally made it 5-2 for the Golden Knights, but it became the game-winner after two goals from the Flyers' Sean Couturier made things interesting. The marker snapped a 12-game goal drought for Glass, who missed eight contests in that span with a concussion. He's at 12 points and 48 shots on goal in 36 appearances to start his NHL career.