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Oilers' Hall doesn't return after injuring left knee

Saturday, 10.19.2013 / 8:13 PM / News

Sean Farrell - NHL.com Correspondent

OTTAWA -- Edmonton Oilers left wing Taylor Hall left his team's game Saturday against the Ottawa Senators in the second period with an injury to his left knee and did not return.

Hall was called for slashing after he was hit hard by Senators defenseman Eric Gryba at 11:04 of the period. He came out of the penalty box and stayed on the ice briefly before going to the dressing room with 6:42 left in the period.

The Canadian Press reported that Hall left following the game with his knee in a brace but without using use of crutches.

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Islanders' Visnovsky leaves with concussion

Saturday, 10.19.2013 / 8:04 PM / News

New York Islanders defenseman Lubomir Visnovsky suffered a concussion during the first period of his team's game Saturday night against the Carolina Hurricanes at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum.

Visnovsky collected a puck behind the Islanders' net during the first period and took a hit from Hurricanes forward Radek Dvorak. Visnovsky was favoring his left shoulder after the hit; he headed to the dressing room and did not join the Islanders on the ice for the start of the second period. The team announced via its Twitter account that Visnovsky had suffered a concussion and would not return

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Jets place Trouba on injured reserve

Saturday, 10.19.2013 / 12:52 PM / News

NHL.com

The Winnipeg Jets on Saturday placed defenseman Jacob Trouba on injured reserve, and recalled defenseman Adam Pardy from St. John's of the American Hockey League.

Trouba was injured when he fell face-first into the boards 2:50 into the second period of the Jets' game Friday against the St. Louis Blues.

Trouba remained down for several minutes before medical personnel removed him from the ice on a stretcher. Trouba was awake while leaving and managed a slight wave to the MTS Centre crowd. He was taken to a Winnipeg-area hospital for X-rays but was released a few hours later. The team announced Trouba was alert and able to move his arms and legs.

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Daily Primer Oct. 19: Penguins try to keep rolling

Saturday, 10.19.2013 / 3:00 AM / NHL Insider

John Kreiser - NHL.com Columnist

The Pittsburgh Penguins have wasted little time putting distance between themselves and the rest of the new Metropolitan Division. Less than three weeks into the season, they've piled up 12 points, tied with the Toronto Maple Leafs and Detroit Red Wings for the most in the Eastern Conference. Only two teams in their division, the Carolina Hurricanes and New York Islanders, are within eight points of Pittsburgh entering the weekend.

The Penguins play the first of 13 games on Saturday's schedule when they host the Vancouver Canucks (1 p.m. ET, NHLN-US).

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Tapped In: Stars' Dillon on his game, musical passion

Saturday, 10.19.2013 / 3:00 AM / Tapped In

Kathryn Tappen - NHL.com Contributor

Dallas Stars defenseman Brenden Dillon, 22, quickly is making his mark as a talented young defenseman in the NHL. But when the jersey and skates are hung up, Dillon soaks up life in Dallas. He's also pretty darn funny, has a great nickname, and is exactly the type of guy the Stars need.

Kathryn Tappen: Your nickname in the AHL was "Zeus"?

Brenden Dillon: The guys give it to me pretty good. I try to work out hard in the summer and eat healthy. I had my shirt off one day walking through the locker room and next thing you know, they were calling me Zeus from the movie "Hercules."

KT: So that should be a compliment, no?

BD: (laughs) I guess so.

KT: What was your "Welcome to the NHL" moment?

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Ducks' rookie Lindholm steps right into lineup

Saturday, 10.19.2013 / 1:55 AM / NHL Insider

Curtis Zupke - NHL.com Correspondent

ANAHEIM -- Ask Hampus Lindholm who he patterns his game after and he ticks off his list: Kenny Jonsson, his former Swedish club assistant coach and a longtime NHL player. Nicklas Lidstrom. Erik Karlsson. Oliver Ekman-Larsson.

Forgive Lindholm if one of those names isn't Hall of Fame defenseman Scott Niedermayer, who coaches Lindholm with the Anaheim Ducks. Lindholm says he admires Niedermayer, but it's understandable that the 19-year-old isn't as familiar with the North American game, considering he's played it for less than a year.

But the adjustment so far has gone well for Lindholm and the Ducks.

Lindholm, the sixth player taken in the 2012 NHL Draft, is playing on Anaheim's top defensive pairing with Francois Beauchemin. He has two assists and a plus-9 rating through five games and averages 19:11 of ice time per game, including 3:24 on the power play.

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Jets defenseman Trouba leaves game with injury

Saturday, 10.19.2013 / 1:50 AM / News

Patrick Williams - NHL.com Correspondent

WINNIPEG -- Winnipeg Jets rookie defenseman Jacob Trouba left the game against the St. Louis Blues on Friday 2:50 into the second period after falling into the boards.

Trouba stumbled and fell face-first into the end boards behind the Blues' net after trying to hit St. Louis defenseman Jordan Leopold.

The Jets announced Trouba was alert and moving his extremities. He was taken to a hospital for X-rays, but the team said was released a few hours later.

"Thanks for the support," he said on his Twitter account early Saturday morning. "If you were wondering, the boards are not edible. I'll be back soon."

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Once again, it shows character in this dressing room. Once again, there's no quitting in here. We all wanted this so bad and we worked so hard to get home-ice advantage and we weren't going to let this one slide.

— Colorado Avalanche captain Gabriel Landeskog on his team's OT Game 1 win vs. Minnesota Wild