SN9 has earned the name Eileen from now on for forever.
The question is whether Eileen was hurt badly enough that she can't make it to the pad without repairs there in the high bay. As of minutes ago, Saturday night, the large crane kept around for lifting these 50 meter tall rockets, a crane affectionately named Bluto (the body of the crane is blue) was extended partly into the building and being set to lift Eileen up and out. A bit farther down the page at NASA Spaceflight, we can see damage to Eileen's lower flap on the side near the front corner of the High Bay. Whether that's better repaired there in the assembly area (called the shipyard) or if it should be fixed out on the test pad is a question I can't answer.
All I can say is we shall see over the course of the next couple of days. If they pull Eileen out of the High Bay and start repairs in the shipyard, that probably means they won't move her to the test area until the repairs are done. If they pull her out, stand her there and work on the collapsed stand in the High Bay, that probably means she's over there until all repairs are completed.
No matter where they're done, the repairs probably rule out a flight before January.