|Date of Birth||1/21/1987|
|Height, Weight||6'0", 196 lbs|
|From||St. Andrews, MB|
|Drafted||2005 - Rd 5 (132nd Overall) by DET|
Helm (lower body) -- who was already ruled out Tuesday against Dallas -- will also be sidelined for Saturday's clash with Carolina.
Helm did not suffer any structural damage, but remains without a clear timeline to return, per Ansar Khan of MLive.com. What that means for the center's long-term availability remains to be seen. In the meantime, Anthony Mantha will see an uptick in ice time as part of the top line with Henrik Zetterberg and Gustav Nyquist.
Helm (lower body) will not suit up against the Stars on Tuesday.
Despite missing two straight outings, Helm is still considered day-to-day. With the veteran sidelined -- in addition to Justin Abdelkader (lower body) -- the club gave Dominic Turgeon his NHL debut Sunday. The Red Wings have a few days off prior to Saturday's tilt versus Carolina, which could give Helm the time he needs to recover.
Helm (lower-body injury) is not expected to return until Monday at New Jersey.
Helm had 13:37 of ice time in the Red Wings' 4-1 loss to the Penguins on Saturday before exiting. He took two shots and had a plus-minus of -1 for the game. With just three assists over his last 14 games, the veteran isn't a realistic fantasy candidate anyway.
Helm (lower body) won't play Sunday against Chicago, Helene St. James of the Detroit Free Press reports.
Helm sustained his injury during Saturday's 4-1 loss to the Penguins. The severity of his ailment has yet to be determined, so he should be considered day-to-day ahead of Tuesday's matchup with Dallas.
Darren Helm had 13:02 of ice time in the Red Wings' 5-2 loss to the Lightning on Sunday. He took two shots and had a plus-minus of -1 for the game.