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Although nothing is official, Jeff Skinner could return to the Hurricane lineup Saturday night against the Flyers.

He was on the ice Saturday morning practicing on a line with Jordan Staal and Tuomo Ruutu. We will try and update you as to Skinner's status closer to game time but it appears he will suit up. Adjust your roster accordingly.
Sat, Apr 20, 2013 11:05:00 AM

Joe Pavelski is expected serve as the San Jose Sharks' third-line center on Saturday.

Pavelski's projected linemates are Tommy Wingels and Chris Tierney. Pavelski has gotten off to a great start with four goals and eight points in eight games, but Sharks coach Todd McLellan thinks moving Pavelski down to the third line will help them defensively. "We're kind of going in waves where we have a line or two that's responsible and then one that falls off, and it varies," McLellan said. "It’s not just the top lines or the third or fourth lines. It varies. We're trying to find some balance defensively. I think offensively we've been fine." Pavelski has been playing primarily with Joe Thornton and Tomas Hertl this season.
Oct 24 - 6:13 PM

Alex Stalock will start for the San Jose Sharks on Saturday.

Stalock has a 2.33 GAA and .933 save percentage in three games this season. He'll play against the Buffalo Sabres, which are typically a favorable team for opposing goaltenders.
Oct 24 - 5:51 PM

John Gibson is expected to start in Friday's game against the Columbus Blue Jackets.

Gibson played in the Ducks' season opener against Pittsburgh, but he allowed six goals on 39 shots in that game. Frederik Andersen started in Anaheim's second game and has gone on an impressive 6-0-0 run. In the middle of that, Gibson asked the Ducks if he could be temporarily reassigned to the minors so that he could get in a couple starts. Thanks to Gibson's decision to play in the AHL, he shouldn't be rusty going into this contest.
Oct 24 - 4:46 PM

Mikhail Grabovski (concussion) might return on Saturday.

Grabovski had a positive skate on Friday, but his availability won't be determined until after he participates in Saturday's practice. He hasn't played since Oct. 16. Before being sidelined, he had two goals and three points in four games.
Oct 24 - 2:34 PM

Jonas Gustavsson is expected to start on Saturday.

Gustavsson earned a 30-save shutout in his first and so far only start of the season. He's a solid backup, but isn't a threat to take the starting gig from Jimmy Howard.
Oct 24 - 1:26 PM

Billionaire William Foley is reportedly interested in putting an NHL team in Las Vegas.

Based on the report, Foley's goal is to have the team established for the NHL's 100th anniversary in 2017-18. It's believed that Foley might achieve that by purchasing the Arizona Coyotes. Andrew Barroway recently reached a deal to gain a controlling stake in the team, but is reportedly willing to flip the team. The NHL won't comment on whether they've had discussions with Foley, but they did deny any reports suggesting that Foley has plans to buy the Coyotes and move them to Las Vegas. Another possibility is that the NHL will expand and Vegas will get a team that way.
Oct 24 - 1:13 PM

Andrew MacDonald is expected to be out for four weeks due to a lower-body injury.

With Kimmo Timonen and Braydon Coburn also sidelined, the Flyers' defense looks pretty thin at this point. MacDonald has a goal and three points in seven games this season.
Oct 24 - 12:22 PM

Zdeno Chara is expected to miss the next four-to-six weeks with a torn posterior cruciate ligament in his right knee.

If there's a silver lining it's that the Bruins don't think Chara will need to undergo surgery. Even at the age of 37, Chara is a vital part of the Bruins' lineup and his absence will be felt.
Oct 24 - 11:46 AM

Josh Bailey broke his hand during Thursday's game.

Bailey is expected to be sidelined for several weeks as a result, although we don't have a more specific timetable at this time. He has three assists in six points in 2014-15.
Oct 24 - 11:02 AM

Semyon Varlamov (groin) has been activated off injured reserve and is ready to play Friday night against Vancouver.

"I've had four good days on the ice, so feel ready to go. The pain (went) away," said Varlamov, who will be looking to get his first win of the year. Colorado hasn't gotten off to a good start and Varlamov's numbers have suffered as a result. He has a 0-2-1 record to go with a .910 save percentage and a 3.80 goals-against average. His numbers should improve dramatically, but recapturing the success he had in 2013-14 may prove to be difficult.
Source: Denver Post
Oct 24 - 11:01 AM

With his 29-save performance on Thursday, Jonathan Quick is now the Kings' all-time leader in shutouts.

Quick earned the 33rd shutout of his career, putting him ahead of Rogie Vachon. Given that Quick is still just 28-years-old and signed through 2022-23, it seems fair to say that Quick will put quite a bit of distance between himself and Vachon before his tenure with the Kings is over.
Oct 24 - 10:44 AM




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