Marc Methot (flu) is being listed as a game-time decision.
Marc Methot (flu) didn't practice Monday.
Ottawa Senators defenseman Marc Methot missed Sunday's game against the Detroit Red Wings because of flu-like symptoms.
Marc Methot recorded a goal in Sunday's loss to San Jose.
Marc Methot is obviously an underdog to play for Canada at the Winter Olympics, but he believes he has what to takes to be successful in that environment.
Marc Methot's invitation to Team Canada's orientation camp might partially be a reflection of how he did for his country in the 2011 and 2012 world championships.
The Senators realize shutting down the Penguins' top offensive players is easier said than done.
Marc Methot scored and assisted in Ottawa's Game 1 win.
Marc Methot scored Friday night but the Senators fell to the Sabres 4-2.
Marc Methot returned to the action in the Senators' 5-3 win over the Lightning Saturday.
Marc Methot (sprained right knee) was unable to play Thursday but is considered probable for Saturday's game.
Marc Methot has "a chance" of playing Thursday despite suffering what is believed to be a sprained right knee ligament on Tuesday against the Islanders.
Marc Methot appeared to suffer an injury to his right leg following a hard hit from Islanders forward Brad Boyes Tuesday night.
Marc Methot will play in his 300th NHL game on Friday.