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Toronto GM Dave Nonis expects James Reimer to be back as the team's number one goalie next season.

"At this point, I'd say he'll be back as No. 1," Nonis told reporters on Thursday to wrap up the year. "I think his mental make-up remains his strength. It's something you could question last year. I think it was clear that a lot of his issues a year ago were based upon his health. When we needed quality goaltending ... James was very good. I don't think anyone could point to goaltending as an issue with our team." The Leafs may continue their search for a quality veteran keeper, but Reimer made plenty of positive steps during the lockout-shortened campaign.
Fri, May 17, 2013 10:02:00 AM

Oliver Ekman-Larsson suffered a lower-body injury in Saturday's 5-4 loss to the Sharks and did not return.

Ekman-Larsson will be re-evaluated on Sunday but any down time will certainly hurt the Coyotes as Ekman-Larsson is their top player and by far their best blueliner. Ekman-Larsson needed help getting off the ice and that is never a good sign. Ekman-Larsson is capable of 20-plus goals and 50-55 points in a healthy season but this certainly won't help. Stay tuned as OEL was slated for a day off on Sunday anyway.
Sep 24 - 5:15 AM

Coach Randy Carlyle put Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry back together in practice Saturday.

The duo spent plenty of time apart last season but were re-united in the playoffs when Patrick Eaves was injured. Eaves could wind up on the other side of Getzlaf and Perry once he returns from injury. Other line combinations for Anaheim as they head into the season were Rickard Rakell centering wingers Andrew Cogliano and Jakob Silfverberg and Antoine Vermette between Nick Ritchie and Ondrej Kase. Getzlaf should be drafted in the fifth or sixth rounds of most drafts as he is likely to get 15-20 goals and 70-80 points barring injury in 2017-18.
Sep 24 - 5:08 AM

Alexander Steen is likely to start the season on the injured list.

He will miss the rest of training camp with a broken hand and will need at least a few weeks to ramp up once he is deemed healthy enough to return. Don't expect much from Steen during the month of October.
Sep 23 - 1:09 PM

Capitals forward Tom Wilson will have a hearing with the NHL's Department of Player Safety for interference on Blues rookie Robert Thomas.

Wilson caught Thomas with a hit after the Blues forward appeared to have lost the puck. Wilson has been fined and suspended before, so it's possible that the Department of Player Safety gives him a stiffer penalty because of his history.
Sep 23 - 12:08 PM

Steven Stamkos looked very good in his first game action since November of last year.

Stamkos registered two assists in the Bolts' 3-1 win Friday night and seemed back to his old self. This is great news for Stamkos owners and the Lightning coaching staff. Put the talented 27-year-old high on your draft lists next week.
Sep 23 - 11:34 AM

Erik Karlsson looked very good in his first skate of training camp Saturday morning.

Karlsson, who is recovering from surgery to repair tendons in his foot, could be ready to start the season on time. Initially, the prognosis was that the superstar defenseman would miss a few weeks. Stay tuned for further updates.
Sep 23 - 11:04 AM

Although Joffrey Lupul isn't seeking a second opinion after failing his physical, it now sounds like the NHL will ask an independent doctor to medically evaluate him.

Lupul failed his physical with the Maple Leafs, but then claimed on his Instagram account that the Leafs cheated. He deleted that post and apologized in a statement, calling his response "inappropriate." He added that he will not be seeking a second opinion despite the fact that it would have been within his rights to do so.
Sep 21 - 6:31 PM

The St. Louis Blues have hired Larry Robinson to serve as a senior consultant for hockey operations.

Robinson brings with him a mountain of experience. He played in 1,384 NHL games as a defenseman and spent another 501 games as a head coach. Over his extended playing, coaching, and management career he has won the Stanley Cup nine times and has been a part of 13 trips to the Stanley Cup Final.
Source: NHL.com
Sep 21 - 1:14 PM

Torey Krug sustained a non-displaced fracture to the jaw when he was struck by the puck on Tuesday.

Krug is expected to be sidelined for at least three weeks as a result. That unfortunately means that he'll miss the start of the season as well as the remainder of training camp. If he is out for the minimum of three weeks then he'll only miss three regular season contests. He had eight goals and 51 points in 81 games last season.
Sep 21 - 12:12 PM

Vincent Trocheck sustained an upper-body injury in Tuesday's preseason game, but it's not believed to be serious.

"I don't think it's anything serious," coach Bob Boughner said. "He's going to get re-evaluated today, but I expect him back at practice for the next couple days." Trocheck scored a goal and logged just 6:49 of ice time before he was forced to leave the contest.
Sep 20 - 2:41 PM

Matthew Tkachuk (hip) won't play Wednesday night.

Tkachuk also won't be available to practice. He was removed from Sunday's session for precautionary reasons because of a hip problem. Tkachuk still has time to recover before the start of the season, but this could become worrisome if the issue continues to linger.
Sep 20 - 12:37 PM




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