Hall was placed on injured reserve Monday and the Oilers called up defenseman Keith Aulie from Oklahoma City of the American Hockey League.
Hall was injured Saturday in a 3-2 loss to the Vancouver Canucks when he lost his balance, crashed into the Canucks net and hit his right leg on the goal post and end boards. He had an assist in 6:50 of ice time.
Tarasenko led the NHL with five goals and tied for first with a +6 rating in powering the Blues (6-3-1, 13 points) to a trio of victories. He opened the week by posting 3-1—4, including his first career hat trick, first career overtime goal and first career four-point game, in a 4-3 triumph over the Dallas Stars Oct. 28. After being held off the scoresheet in a 2-0 win over the Anaheim Ducks Oct. 30, Tarasenko (2-0—2) then added his second multi-goal game and third multi-point performance of the season in a 3-2 shootout victory over the Colorado Avalanche Nov. 1. The 22-year-old Yaroslavl, Russia, native leads the Blues with six goals and 11 points in 10 games this season. The 16th overall selection by St. Louis in the 2010 NHL Draft, Tarasenko has 35-38—73 in 112 career regular-season appearances.
Bernier, who had one goal and five points in nine games for Albany, has 12 goals and 33 points in 157 regular-season games with New Jersey over the past three seasons. A veteran of 542 NHL games with the San Jose Sharks, Buffalo Sabres, Vancouver Canucks, Florida Panthers and Devils, the 29-year-old joined the team for practice Monday.
Boucher, 21, was scoreless in three NHL games this season.
NEW YORK – Edmonton Oilers defenseman Andrew Ference has been suspended for three games, without pay, for an illegal check to the head of Vancouver Canucks forward Zack Kassian during NHL Game No. 163 in Vancouver on Saturday, November 1, the National Hockey League's Department of Player Safety announced today.
The incident occurred at 14:03 of the second period. Ference was assessed a minor penalty for illegal check to the head.
David Nonis, Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs, announced Monday that the hockey club has recalled Sam Carrick and Stuart Percy from the American Hockey League's Toronto Marlies.
Carrick, 22, was reassigned to the Marlies after making his NHL debut on Saturday night against the Chicago Blackhawks. The Stouffville, Ontario native has recorded one assist and 13 penalty minutes in seven regular season games with the Toronto Marlies so far this season. Carrick has registered 40 points (16 goals, 24 assists) in 88 career AHL games.
DENVER -- Jason LaBarbera was in Norfolk, Va., on Saturday night getting ready to attend a Halloween party with his American Hockey League teammates when he received a phone call from the Anaheim Ducks.
Anaheim goalie Frederik Andersen was experiencing tightness in his leg and they needed LaBarbera to make the cross-country trip to Denver to dress as John Gibson's backup Sunday night against the Colorado Avalanche at Pepsi Center.
LaBarbera, 34, was recalled from the Norfolk Admirals of the American Hockey League earlier in the day because the Ducks' other goaltender, Frederik Andersen, was experiencing tightness in his leg. Andersen didn't take part in an optional morning skate, and the Ducks say he's day-to-day.
Bailey (6'3", 190 lbs., 7/1/95) is playing in his third season with the Kitchener Rangers (OHL) and currently leads the team in scoring with 18 points (9+9) through 13 games played. In 124 career OHL games, Bailey has recorded 97 points (51+46) and 68 penalty minutes.
The Buffalo native was selected by the Sabres in the second round (52nd overall) of the 2013 NHL Entry Draft. Prior to playing in the OHL, Bailey played in the USHL and the Buffalo Regals organization.
Allen, 24, has registered two goals and three assists for five points in eight AHL contests this season. Prior to Hartford’s game today, he was tied for third on the Wolf Pack in goals and was tied for fifth on the team in assists and points. He also led all Hartford defensemen in goals and ranked second among team defensemen in assists and points.