Chris Stewart left Saturday's contest very early with a lower-body injury.
Chris Stewart skated on Buffalo's top line with Tyler Ennis and Marcus Foligno on Tuesday night.
In a somewhat unexpected twist, Buffalo Sabres winger Chris Stewart is expected to suit up against the Detroit Red Wings on Tuesday.
While there's a chance that Chris Stewart might be out for the season, but there's also a possibility that he could return for the Buffalo Sabres on Tuesday.
Chris Stewart (ankle) took part in Thursday's morning skate.
Chris Stewart (ankle) is expected to miss the next four-to-five weeks.
The Buffalo Sabres announced that Chris Stewart is among those players expected to miss at least one week with his undisclosed ailment.
Chris Stewart (undisclosed) will not participate in Friday's game.
Chris Stewart exited Thursday's match with Tampa Bay in the third period with an undisclosed ailment.
Chris Stewart plans to make the best of his time in Buffalo, even if it's very brief.
The 2016 third-round pick the Buffalo Sabres got as part of the Ryan Miller deal might be bumped up to a first rounder.
Don't be surprised if Chris Stewart's tenure in Buffalo is brief.
The Buffalo Sabres have acquired Chris Stewart, William Carrier, Jaroslav Halak, a 2015 first-round pick, and a 2016 third-round selection from the St. Louis Blues in exchange for Ryan Miller and Steve Ott.
Chris Stewart started Friday's game on the fourth line, but he was promoted to the top line during the second period.