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Defenseman Luca Sbisa conceded it "might be a stretch" for him to play when the Ducks open their regular season Wednesday.

Sbisa, wearing a boot over his sprained left ankle, worked out Thursday without the boot for the first time since his injury. He said he'll try to skate Sunday, something imperative for him to do to play in the opener. "It's still possible, but if it's not Colorado, I still have three days" to play in the second game, versus Minnesota on Oct. 5.
Sat, Sep 28, 2013 09:30:00 AM

Ryan McDonagh (abdominal strain) will miss at least two games.

McDonagh had already been ruled out of Wednesday's contest, but he won't play on Friday either. The plan is to reevaluate him on Sunday.
Nov 22 - 5:22 PM

It looks like Maxime Lagace will play between the pipes on Wednesday.

Lagace was the first goaltender off the ice following the morning skate, which is usually a good indication of who the starter will be. He's been pretty good lately, winning three of his last four starts. Still, it's a bit surprising to see Vegas continue to lean on him now that Malcolm Subban is healthy.
Nov 22 - 3:04 PM

Shea Weber (lower body) is questionable for Wednesday's game.

Weber couldn't play on Tuesday due to the ailment. It would be particularly unfortunate if he can't play Wednesday night as the Canadiens will be facing his old team, the Predators in Nashville.
Nov 22 - 1:21 PM

Anton Khudobin will get his third straight start on Wednesday.

Boston's riding the hot hand as Khudobin held the competition to just a goal in each of his last two starts. He has a 5-0-2 record, 2.17 GAA, and .935 save percentage in eight games this season.
Nov 22 - 12:41 PM

Rasmus Ristolainen (upper body) took part in Wednesday's practice.

Sabres coach Phil Housley described Ristolainen as "very close" to returning while Ristolainen seemed even more upbeat. "I told everyone I'm ready," said Ristolainen. "I'm in good shape right now. I felt good. I felt fresh, and the legs were going. It's been long weeks lately, and I'm excited to get back." Ristolainen was hurt on Nov. 2 and his absence has been a big blow to the Sabres as he had been averaging 27:10 minutes per game. He isn't expected to play on Wednesday, but perhaps he'll return as early as Friday.
Nov 22 - 12:18 PM

Semyon Varlamov is continuing to battle an illness.

Varlamov didn't practice on Tuesday due to the disease and on Wednesday the Avalanche decided it was necessary to summon Andrew Hammond. Jonathan Bernier will play between the pipes and presumably Hammond will serve as the backup.
Nov 22 - 12:06 PM

Kyle Palmieri suffered a broken foot against Minnesota on Nov. 20.

Palmieri is expected to be sidelined for four-to-six weeks. He has already been limited to 13 appearances this year because of injuries and can't seem to catch a break in terms of his health. Palmieri has been productive when he's been in the lineup with four goals and nine points.
Nov 22 - 11:06 AM

Jonathan Bernier will be between the pipes Wednesday night versus Dallas.

Bernier will get a second consecutive start because Semyon Varlamov is dealing with an illness. Varlamov didn't take part in Tuesday's practice, but he still may be well enough to sit on the bench Wednesday night as the backup goalie.
Source: Denver Post
Nov 22 - 10:18 AM

Cal Clutterbuck (illness) is good to return on Wednesday.

Clutterbuck missed two contests due to the disease. He has three goals and seven points in 15 games this season. Alan Quine is projected to be a healthy scratch as a result of his return.
Nov 22 - 6:28 AM

Tyler Seguin scored a goal and an assist in Tuesday's 3-1 win over the Montreal Canadiens.

Seguin registered the primary assist Jason Spezza's game-winning goal in the second period before scoring an empty-netter in the third frame. The Stars forward finished the night with a plus-3 rating and five shots on goal in 18:55 of ice time. Seguin now has nine goals and 20 points in 21 games. The goal snapped his six-game goalless drought.
Nov 21 - 11:24 PM

Cam Talbot lasted just 7:35 in Tuesday's 8-3 loss to the St. Louis Blues.

The Oilers pulled Talbot after he gave up two goals on the first three shots of the game. Laurent Brossoit entered the game in relief of Talbot, and he allowed six goals on 37 shots. Talbot, who didn't factor into tonight's decision, just can't seem to find his game in 2017-18. He'll enter his next start with a 3.19 goals-against-average and a .900 save percentage this season.
Nov 21 - 11:05 PM




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