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Lubomir Visnovsky did not report to Islanders training camp Monday because of "personal reasons," according to his agent Neil Sheehy.

Sheehy said that he did not know whether Visnovsky will remain with the KHL's Slovan Bratislava, but other reports indicated he would be traveling with the KHL club to Prague for their game on Tuesday. "The KHL has repeatedly said that they will not permit him to play, so I guess we will have to see what happens," NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly said via email. It looks like that could be put to the test soon.
Source: ESPN.com
Mon, Jan 14, 2013 06:29:00 PM

Teuvo Teravainen has been selected as the first star of the week by the NHL.

Teravainen amassed five goals and 10 points over a four-game scoring spree during the period ending Nov. 19. His week was highlighted by his first career hat trick and second career four-point effort in a 5-1 victory versus Dallas. Teravainen has 19 points through 19 matches this campaign.
Source: NHL.com
Nov 20 - 6:20 PM

Thomas Chabot has been called up by Ottawa.

Chabot will get another chance with the big club because of an injury to Mark Borowiecki. He has two assists in three games with Ottawa this season. Chabot also has two goals and five helpers in 12 matches with Belleville of the AHL in 2017-18.
Nov 20 - 6:07 PM

Jay Bouwmeester (ankle) expects to be back in the lineup on Tuesday

Bouwmeester was a full participant at Monday's morning skate and he has been activated from injured reserve. He sustained a fractured ankle on the third day of training camp, but he is finally ready to play. Bouwmeeser is projected to be paired with Colton Parayko against Edmonton.
Nov 20 - 5:42 PM

Zach Parise has been moved to long-term injured reserve.

In a corresponding move, Minnesota also activated forward Charlie Coyle from LTIR on Monday. Parise had successful microdiscectomy surgery back on Oct. 24. He hasn't played yet this season and isn't expected to be available until late December of early January.
Nov 20 - 4:02 PM

Minnesota has activated Charlie Coyle from long-term injured reserve.

Coyle has missed the last 16 games because of a right fibula fracture. He could be back in the lineup as soon as Monday night.
Nov 20 - 3:58 PM

Charlie Coyle (fibula fracture) will get back in the lineup this week.

"Don't know if it's tonight, tomorrow or the weekend," coach Bruce Boudreau said. "But he's a big strong guy that is healing quite quickly." Coyle has been out since Oct. 12 since he suffered a right fibula fracture. He took part in the team's morning skate Monday, but he isn't projected to return against New Jersey. We'll keep you posted as that could change before game time.
Nov 20 - 3:19 PM

Marc Methot will be out of action for four-to-six weeks after he had his knee scoped on Monday.

Methot, who has been put on injured reserve, hasn't played since Nov. 6 with what was initially listed as a "lower-body injury." He has no points in 15 games this season. Methot's extended stay on the sidelines explains why the Stars brought up Julius Honka from the minors on Monday.
Nov 20 - 12:25 PM

Kari Lehtonen is unavailable indefinitely due to personal reasons, according to Dallas GM Jim Nill.

The Stars also announced that Mike McKenna has called up from the Texas Stars to serve as Ben Bishop's backup. Lehtonen has played in seven games and has made five starts this campaign. Hopefully, whatever issue he is dealing with goes well and he can return to the team as soon as possible.
Nov 20 - 11:15 AM

Mark Borowiecki suffered a concussion on Sunday night against the New York Rangers.

Borowiecki crashed into the boards after he was involved in a third-period collision with Brendan Smith. Ottawa coach Guy Boucher confirmed that Borowiecki lost consciousness on the ice before he was helped off and that he was concussed on the play. A timetable for his return is unclear at this time.
Nov 20 - 10:52 AM

Joe Pavelski has been playing hurt of late with an unspecified injury.

Well that makes sense as his stats have been very un-Joe Pavelski-like. He has had 68 points or better the last four seasons but has only four goals and eight points in 18 games thus far. "Joe’s playing at not 100 percent, and I’ll be honest, a lot of guys maybe even wouldn’t be out there, dealing with what he’s dealing with," Sharks coach Pete DeBoer said Sunday. "He’s giving us what he can, and that still is effective." Well at least you know why he has been suffering on the scoresheet.
Nov 20 - 7:38 AM

Surprisingly, Connor McDavid is ahead of his pace of last season when he had 100 points to lead the NHL.

McDavid has 25 points in 20 games this season and had only 24 in the same amount of games in 2016-17. He is far behind the point leaders this season as Steven Stamkos has 35 and is linemate Nikita Kucherov has 33 but he is still tied for sixth place in NHL scoring.
Nov 20 - 6:14 AM




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