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Posted On Friday, 09.26.2014 / 1:50 PM

By Staff -  / - NHL Training Camps blog

Blackhawks' Teravainen set for first preseason game

Chicago Blackhawks forwards Teuvo Teravainen, Joakim Nordstrom and Kris Versteeg are expected to make their preseason debuts Friday against the New York Rangers.

Teravainen and Nordstrom were day-to-day each with an upper-body injury. Teravainen, No. 5 on's list of the Top 60 Prospects, scored two goals during Blackhawks scrimmages on Sept. 20 at Notre Dame but was injured following a hit from defenseman Cam Barker.

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Posted On Friday, 09.26.2014 / 1:10 PM

By Staff -  / - NHL Training Camps blog

Penguins' Crosby, Kunitz to play in game Saturday

Forwards Sidney Crosby and Chris Kunitz will play in their first game of this preseason when the Pittsburgh Penguins host the Columbus Blue Jackets on Saturday, coach Mike Johnston confirmed Friday.

Crosby and Kunitz each missed time at the beginning of training camp with unspecified injuries but have been skating for the past several days.

"Yeah, I feel good," Crosby said Friday. "It will be good to get in a game and get back in there. It's been a while."

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Posted On Friday, 09.26.2014 / 10:54 AM

By Staff -  / - NHL Live blog

NHL Live previews Islanders, Coyotes

NHL Live with Bill Pidto and Ken Daneyko, at 5 p.m. ET on NHL Network, will continue its 2014-15 season preview by focusing in on the New York Islanders and Arizona Coyotes.

Newsday reporter Arthur Staple will call in from Brooklyn, where the Islanders face the New Jersey Devils at Barclays Center in preseason action Friday.

Standout defenseman Keith Yandle will join the show to talk about the Coyotes.

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Posted On Thursday, 09.25.2014 / 10:58 PM

By Staff -  / - NHL Training Camps blog

Senators' Ryan pain-free after return: report

Ottawa Senators forward Bobby Ryan said Thursday he got through his first preseason game pain-free after having offseason surgery to repair a sports hernia.

"Generally, last year I would get really, really sore towards 4 a.m., 5 a.m. ... that's when it would start to bother me all the way through to the morning," Ryan told the Ottawa Sun after practice Thursday. "Nothing last night, nothing this morning, and I felt pretty good on the ice today. So I was really, really pleased."

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Posted On Thursday, 09.25.2014 / 10:30 PM

By Staff -  / - NHL Training Camps blog

Sharks' Niemi to make first preseason start: report

Goalie Antti Niemi will make his first start of the preseason Friday against the Arizona Coyotes, the San Jose Mercury News reported.

Niemi, who is in competition with Alex Stalock for the Sharks' No. 1 job, has not played since losing Game 7 of the Western Conference First Round to the Los Angeles Kings, a series San Jose led 3-0.

"No matter how well you do stuff before camp, when the camp starts, there's a different mindset," Niemi told the newspaper. "There's more speed on the ice, more pucks. Everybody's going way harder, so even though you'd like [to replicate that] before the camp, that's when it really starts."

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Posted On Thursday, 09.25.2014 / 6:48 PM

By Staff -  / - NHL Training Camps blog

Panthers reassign Hawryluk to junior team

The Florida Panthers on Thursday reassigned forward Jayce Hawryluk to the Brandon Wheat Kings of the Western Hockey League.

Hawryluk, a second-round pick (No. 32) in the 2014 NHL Draft, received 11:36 of ice time and had one shot in the Panthers' 4-3 shootout loss to the Dallas Stars on Wednesday.

Hawryluk had 24 goals and 64 points in 59 regular-season games for Brandon last season. He had five goals and 12 points in eight playoff games.

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Posted On Thursday, 09.25.2014 / 5:18 PM

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Blue Jackets' Horton 'suffering,' GM says: report

Columbus Blue Jackets forward Nathan Horton has a degenerative back condition and it is unknown when he will return to action, The Columbus Dispatch reported Thursday.

"He is suffering," general manager Jarmo Kekalainen told the newspaper.

The GM said Horton will attempt to overcome the condition without surgery.

"It's about getting stronger and managing the pain by getting stronger in the core," Kekalainen told reporter Shawn Mitchell. "Then your back gets stronger and the pain will go away. [He] is the only person that really knows where he is at and how much pain there is involved. It's impossible for anybody else to know what he is going through right now."

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Posted On Thursday, 09.25.2014 / 4:24 PM

By Staff -  / - NHL Training Camps blog

Flames' Bennett to make debut against Canucks

Sam Bennett, the No. 4 pick in the 2014 NHL Draft, is set to make his preseason debut Thursday when his Calgary Flames host the Vancouver Canucks.

"I'm really excited," Bennett said. "It's a game I've been waiting for for a really long time. I got to watch a few games and see what it’s like in the [Scotiabank Saddledome]. I'm just so excited for my first game.

"When I found out I was playing, I think it was early yesterday morning and the first thing I did was text my parents and all my friends: 'I'm playing [Thursday] so you guys better watch.' It's definitely exciting for me and my family, for sure."

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Posted On Thursday, 09.25.2014 / 3:42 PM

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Red Wings' Datsyuk feeling better: report

Detroit Red Wings center Pavel Datsyuk is making progress three days after sustaining a second-degree shoulder separation, telling he's feeling "much better" and has "good movement."

Datsyuk, expected to miss about four weeks, will be back on the ice soon, according to the report. He was at Joe Louis Arena on Thursday to receive treatment.

"I'll be skating, but it'll be alone," Datsyuk said.

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Posted On Thursday, 09.25.2014 / 2:18 PM

By Staff -  / - NHL Training Camps blog

Rangers' Stepan 'fortunate' to avoid surgery

New York Rangers center Derek Stepan said he feels lucky he was able to avoid surgery on his broken left fibula sustained during conditioning drills Wednesday.

"A little sore, but they said it will be sore for the next couple of days and then start the healing process from there," Stepan told "They just said that we were pretty fortunate and that it's going to take some time to heal, and hopefully I'll be back as soon as possible."

Stepan will miss the next 4-6 weeks because of the injury.

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