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The St. Louis Blues were due to arrive home on Tuesday morning after flight delays in Vancouver Monday.

The Blues played in Vancouver Sunday night and decided to remain in the British Columbia city overnight before returning home Monday morning. But flight delays forced the Blues to remain in Vancouver as the flight finally left early Tuesday morning, St. Louis time. They are due to arrive around 7 AM CT and will play the Sharks on Tuesday evening. The Blues could be tired so it may be a good time for the Sharks to break out from their long losing streak.
Tue, Feb 19, 2013 08:03:00 AM

John Tortorella has been selected as one of the finalists for the Jack Adams Award.

Columbus definitely exceeded expectations this year. After finishing with a 34-40-8 record in 2015-16, Tortorella helped lead the Blue Jackets to a third-place finish in the Metropolitan Division (50-24-8). Tortorella has already won the Jack Adams Award once before in 2003-04.
Apr 26 - 7:13 PM

Erik Karlsson said that his foot is virtually back to normal, which is why he didn't have a problem talking about his injury on Sunday.

He revealed that he played the entire first round with two hairline fractures to his foot. "It's probably something that's not going to affect me anymore moving forward," said Karlsson. "It's something that's done with. I just felt like getting it out of the way instead of having it keep lingering on. I'm not much for secrets."
Apr 26 - 11:41 AM

Tyler Seguin underwent shoulder surgery earlier this week to repair a torn labrum.

He is expected to recover before the start of training camp. Seguin 26 goals and 72 points in 82 games in 2016-17.
Apr 26 - 10:43 AM

Bruce Cassidy has officially become Boston's 28th head coach.

The Bruins removed the interim tag from Cassidy on Wednesday morning. He took over after Claude Julien was fired Feb. 7 and led the team to an 18-8-1 record to finish the season. Cassidy and the Bruins were eliminated in Round 1 of the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Apr 26 - 9:52 AM

Joe Thornton (knee) is expected to be ready for the start of the 2017-18 season.

He had surgery Monday to repair two damaged ligaments in his knee. Thornton was hurt on April 2 and his torn ACL and MCL kept him out for the final three games of the regular season as well as the first two matches of the playoffs.
Apr 25 - 4:29 PM

Patrice Bergeron said he played through a sports hernia in 2016-17.

Bergeron notched 21 goals and 53 points in 79 games this past campaign. He also added four points in six playoff appearances. Bergeron will use the off-season to recover, but he isn't sure if surgery will be required yet.
Apr 25 - 3:53 PM

Tyler Toffoli has undergone a minor surgical procedure on his left knee.

He is expected to be ready for the start of training camp. Toffoli had 16 goals and 34 points in 63 games during the 2016-17 campaign.
Source: LAKings.com
Apr 25 - 3:08 PM

Travis Green will be hired as the next head coach of the Vancouver Canucks, according to Sportsnet.

He has spent the past four seasons coaching Vancouver's AHL affiliate, the Utica Comets. Green has registered a 155-110-29 record in 304 minor-league games and he was behind the bench for Utica's Calder Cup Final appearance in 2015.
Apr 25 - 1:04 PM

Mikael Granlund had been playing through a broken hand in the playoffs.

His recovery time is set for four-to-six weeks. Granlund had two assists in five games against St. Louis in the postseason. During the regular season, he broke out with 26 goals and 69 points in 81 matches.
Apr 25 - 12:20 PM

Eric Staal sustained a concussion on Saturday against St. Louis when he crashed into the boards, but he is feeling better.

"It was scary. I feel fortunate with how it ended up, could've been worse," he said. "Lot of good help from everyone on the ice, trainers, doctors." Staal felt some numbness in his feet when he initially hit the boards, but the scans came back negative. He will use the summer to recover.
Apr 25 - 12:09 PM

Erik Karlsson has revealed that he has been playing for nearly a month with two hairline fractures in his left heel.

Karlsson told ESPN that he played with the two fractures through all six games of the Senators' first-round series against the Boston Bruins. The Sens won the series in Boston Sunday. "This guy's a machine. That's what it is," Ottawa coach Guy Boucher said of the team's captain. "To be able to play that many minutes and be that good defensively and offensively, that's where he's at right now. He's at such a high level." Karlsson, who a finalist for the Norris Trophy as the NHL's top defenseman, reportedly sustained one of the injuries March 28 and the second in early April.
Source: NHL.com
Apr 24 - 9:47 PM




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