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Gerbe out 4-6 weeks with lower-body injury

Tuesday, 11.24.2015 / 12:25 PM / News

CarolinaHurricanes.com

RALEIGH, NCRon Francis, Executive Vice President and General Manager of the National Hockey League’s Carolina Hurricanes, today announced that the team will place forward Nathan Gerbe on injured reserve, retroactive to Nov. 22. Gerbe suffered a lower-body injury on Sunday in the first period of Carolina’s 4-3 win against Los Angeles at PNC Arena. He is expected to miss four to six weeks.

Around the League notebook: Monday, Nov. 23

Tuesday, 11.24.2015 / 1:27 AM / News

NHL Public Relations

RANGERS CONTINUE RECORD-SETTING START

Henrik Lundqvist (31 saves) earned his second shutout of the season to help the New York Rangers to their ninth consecutive victory on home ice.

* At 16-3-2 (34 points), the Rangers are off to their best 21-game start to a season – in terms of wins and points – in their 89-year history.

* Per the Elias Sports Bureau, the Rangers have won nine consecutive home games for the first time since Nov. 10-Dec. 15, 1971.

* Lundqvist improved to 12-3-2 (1.74 GAA, .946 SV%, 2 SO) and is tied with Braden Holtby (WSH) for the League lead in wins. With a franchise-leading 57 career shutouts, Lundqvist trails only FLA’s Roberto Luongo (69) for the lead among active goaltenders.

Panthers goalie Montoya leaves game with injury

Monday, 11.23.2015 / 10:26 PM / News

Alain Poupart - NHL.com Correspondent

SUNRISE, Fla. -- Florida Panthers goalie Al Montoya did not return Monday against the Los Angeles Kings after leaving midway through the first period because of an apparent head injury.

Montoya, making his first start since Nov. 5, was injured when he collided with Kings forward Nick Shore after stopping Dustin Brown's wrist shot on a 2-on-1. Shore's shoulder appeared to hit Montoya's head when he dove headfirst to try to poke home the rebound.

Blue Jackets' Dubinsky practices, talks elbow surgery

Monday, 11.23.2015 / 4:43 PM / News

NHL.com

Columbus Blue Jackets forward Brandon Dubinsky, recovering from an infection in his elbow that required surgery, returned to practice Monday.

Dubinsky told The Columbus Dispatch that a cut on his elbow sustained Oct. 22 became infected and the situation worsened when he did not act on it right away.

"I guess I was naïve," Dubinsky told reporter Aaron Portzline. "I knew something was going on but I didn’t realize the severity of the infection and how quickly it spread and how quickly you can be in trouble.

"It hurt a little the morning of the Pittsburgh game (Nov. 13). But then in the afternoon it just got huge, like the size of a knee. It escalated fast. It kept growing up and down both sides of my arm, almost wrist to armpit."

Gordie Howe feeling happy, healthy and comfortable

Monday, 11.23.2015 / 4:34 PM / News

Mike G. Morreale - NHL.com Staff Writer

NEW YORK -- Gordie Howe's son, Mark Howe, said his father has his personality back and has been living comfortably with his brother Murray Howe and Murray's wife at their home in Sylvania, Ohio.

Brothers Mark and Marty Howe were here to represent the family on a float that will be part of the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade on Thursday. They spoke to NHL.com about the health of the legendary Hockey Hall of Fame member Monday.

"I talk to [Murray] frequently and dad is eating and sleeping a lot in the early-morning hours and spending quality time during the afternoon and evenings," Mark Howe said.

Mark Howe said he plans on visiting his father, brother and sister-in-law, Colleen, after Thanksgiving.

"The most difficult thing for him right now is probably his speech," he said. "He's getting around pretty well and he knows who you are. I do a lot a lot of Facetime [communication] with him and he knows me. When he's speaking, every so often it disappears so he does a lot of hand gesturing. Other than that, from where he was a year ago to now it's just amazing how well he's doing."

Wild's Parise to miss at least three more games

Monday, 11.23.2015 / 4:32 PM / News

NHL.com

Minnesota Wild forward Zach Parise is doubtful to play during a homestand that ends Nov. 28, coach Mike Yeo said Monday.

He was on the ice during the morning skate Saturday but did not practice Monday.

Parise has missed seven games because of an MCL sprain in his right knee; he hasn't played since Nov. 5. He was scheduled to meet with doctors Saturday to see if he would be cleared for contact; the original prognosis was that he would be out one month.

Jets' Pavelec out through December with knee sprain

Monday, 11.23.2015 / 2:48 PM / News

Patrick Williams - NHL.com Correspondent

WINNIPEG -- The Winnipeg Jets placed goaltender Ondrej Pavelec on injured reserve Monday with what coach Paul Maurice called a significant knee sprain that will keep him out through at least December.

Pavelec sustained the injury in the second period of the Jets' 3-2 win against the Arizona Coyotes on Saturday after a collision with Coyotes captain Shane Doan.

Doan was pushed by Jets defenseman Mark Stuart before crashing into Pavelec.

"The window of recovery is harder to pin down on goaltenders than it is on skaters," Maurice said. "Our best information is that it is going to January or February [before he returns]. It's a wider window because it's a goaltender. He is not getting back in an NHL net until he is 100 percent."

Jones, Sedin, Shattenkirk named NHL's 'Three Stars'

Monday, 11.23.2015 / 12:00 PM / News

NHL Public Relations

NEW YORKSan Jose Sharks goaltender Martin Jones, Vancouver Canucks left wing Daniel Sedin and St. Louis Blues defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk have been named the NHL's "Three Stars" for the week ending Nov. 22.

FIRST STAR – MARTIN JONES, G, SAN JOSE SHARKS

Jones went 3-0-0 with a 1.63 goals-against average, .951 save percentage and one shutout during a week in which the Sharks (13-8-0, 26 points) picked up four victories to complete their season-high, six-game road trip with a perfect 6-0-0 record. In doing so, the Sharks became the sixth team in NHL history to win every game of a road trip of six or more contests – and the first to accomplish that feat since the 2010-11 Boston Bruins, who Jones made 25 saves against in a 5-4 win on Nov. 17. He followed that effort with a flawless performance (34 SV) for his 10th career shutout in a 1-0 overtime victory against the Philadelphia Flyers Nov. 19. Jones then capped the week with a season-high 38 saves in a 3-1 triumph over the Pittsburgh Penguins Nov. 21. The 25-year-old North Vancouver, B.C., native has compiled an 11-5-0 record with a 2.02 goals-against average, .929 save percentage and three shutouts in 17 appearances this season, his first campaign as an NHL starter.

Around the League notebook: Sunday, Nov. 22

Monday, 11.23.2015 / 1:33 AM / News

NHL Public Relations

CANADIENS, DEVILS EARN SEASON SERIES SWEEPS ...

The Montreal Canadiens and the New Jersey Devils earned wins on Sunday to sweep their season series versus the New York Islanders and Vancouver Canucks, respectively.

* The Canadiens, who earned victories against the Islanders on Nov. 5 (4-1 W) and Nov. 20 (5-3 W), swept their season series vs. NYI for the second straight season. They are 6-0-0 in their past six games vs. NYI dating to Dec. 23, 2014 (NYI: 0-6-0).

* Per Elias, the Devils – following their 4-3 overtime win against the Canucks on Nov. 8 – swept a season series of at least two games vs. VAN for the first time in their history.

Canadiens forward Gallagher out indefinitely

Sunday, 11.22.2015 / 11:33 PM / News

Arpon Basu - Managing Editor LNH.com

MONTREAL -- Montreal Canadiens right wing Brendan Gallagher will have surgery Monday on two fractured fingers on his left hand and will be out indefinitely, coach Michel Therrien said after a 4-2 win against the New York Islanders at Bell Centre on Sunday.

Gallagher was injured blocking a slap shot from Islanders defenseman Johnny Boychuk at 12:34 of the second period.

"Every time you lose a player that has an important role on any team, it's always a huge loss," Therrien said. "He was playing his best hockey, obviously. He's progressing every year, he's still a young player. It's a big loss, but what are we going to do? We can't feel sorry for ourselves. That's the way it is."

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