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Devils' Merrill to miss time with upper-body injury

Wednesday, 11.05.2014 / 12:48 PM / News

NHL.com

New Jersey Devils defenseman Jon Merrill has an upper-body injury and won't accompany the team on its three-game road trip.

Merrill, who was a late scratch on Tuesday in a 1-0 loss to the St. Louis Blues at Prudential Center, was slashed on his arm in a victory against the Columbus Blue Jackets on Saturday. Devils general manager Lou Lamoriello said X-rays were negative on Merrill's arm, but that he would be out at least two games, according to northjersey.com

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Senators inform Lazar he'll remain in NHL

Wednesday, 11.05.2014 / 12:12 PM / News

NHL.com

Ottawa Senators rookie forward Curtis Lazar has been informed he'll remain with the team beyond his nine-game trial this season, according to the Senators Twitter account.

The Senators had the option of returning Lazar to the Edmonton Oil Kings prior to playing in his 10th NHL game without having the first year of his entry-level contract kick in. Lazar will likely play his 10th game with the team on Thursday against the Minnesota Wild.

Lazar, selected No. 17 in the 2013 NHL Draft, has three assists and 14 shots on goal in nine games with the Senators.

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Flyers defenseman Manning returned to AHL

Wednesday, 11.05.2014 / 12:08 PM / News

NHL.com

Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Brandon Manning was sent to Lehigh Valley of the American Hockey League, the Flyers announced Wednesday.

Manning, 24, had one assist in two games with the Flyers. He was a healthy scratch Tuesday against the Edmonton Oilers as veteran Carlo Colaiacovo made his Philadelphia debut.

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Around the League notebook for Tuesday, Nov. 4

Wednesday, 11.05.2014 / 1:43 AM / News

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OVECHKIN BECOMES CAPITALS SCORING LEADER

Washington Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin's first of two assists (WATCH ) against Calgary gave him sole possession of first place on the franchise's all-time points list (428-399—826), surpassing Peter Bondra. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, he is one of 10 active players to hold a franchise scoring record. Of those 10 players, only five hold their current club's record: Ovechkin, Minnesota's Mikko Koivu (455 points), New Jersey's Patrik Elias (989), San Jose's Patrick Marleau (943) and Vancouver's Henrik Sedin (856).

"Congratulations to Alex Ovechkin on the outstanding achievement of becoming the leading scorer in Washington Capitals history,” said Wayne Gretzky. “He's a tremendous talent with many great years and achievements ahead of him."

* Ovechkin reached the milestone in his 691st career game, 270 fewer than Bondra (472-353—825 in 961 GP). He ranks ninth on the franchise list in games played.

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Ovechkin becomes Capitals' all-time leading scorer

Tuesday, 11.04.2014 / 11:08 PM / News

NHL.com

Forward Alex Ovechkin became the leading scorer in Washington Capitals history with a first-period assist against the Calgary Flames at Verizon Center on Tuesday.

The assist on a goal by Nicklas Backstrom 10:18 into the period gave Ovechkin his 826th point, breaking a tie with Peter Bondra.

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Penguins' Maatta has tumor removed from thyroid

Tuesday, 11.04.2014 / 7:52 PM / News

NHL.com

Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Olli Maatta had surgery Tuesday to remove a tumor in his thyroid gland, the Penguins said.

Penguins doctors had said it was possible that the tumor was a form of low-grade thyroid cancer. The results of pathology testing to determine whether the tumor was malignant will be available within 7-10 days.

"Even if it is found to be cancerous, we do not expect that he will need radiation or chemotherapy, and we anticipate a complete recovery," Dharmesh Vyas, the Penguins team physician, said in a statement. "The surgery went well, and Olli is resting comfortably."


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Ducks' Gibson to miss six weeks with groin injury

Tuesday, 11.04.2014 / 3:45 PM / News

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Rookie goaltender John Gibson is expected to miss six weeks with a groin injury, the Anaheim Ducks said Tuesday.

Gibson was injured before Anaheim's game Sunday against the Colorado Avalanche at Pepsi Center. Goaltending consultant Dwayne Roloson, who was with the team on the trip, suited up and sat on the bench, and acted as the emergency goaltender against the Avalanche.

Anaheim's other goaltender, Frederik Andersen, remains day-to-day with leg tightness, the team said. With Andersen and Gibson unavailable Sunday, the Ducks started Jason LaBarbera and he made 16 saves in a 3-2 victory against Colorado.

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Bruins' Chara talks injury, no timetable yet

Tuesday, 11.04.2014 / 2:10 PM / News

Matt Kalman - NHL.com Correspondent

BOSTON – The half hour or so before the morning skate is when Boston Bruins defenseman Zdeno Chara typically heads for the hallway below the stands with his stick and a baseball and works on stickhandling and makes a few light passes against the brick wall.

That part of the game-day routine was the same for Chara on Tuesday, except he was wearing a large brace over his left knee and once he was done dangling the baseball he wasn’t able to join his teammates for their skate in preparation for a game against the Florida Panthers at TD Garden.

It’s been almost two weeks since Chara left the Bruins’ lineup with a ligament tear in his left knee that he sustained against the New York Islanders. The original prognosis for Chara’s return was four-to-six weeks from Oct. 23. Not much has changed since then.

“No, there is not a timeline right now,” Chara said Tuesday while making his first remarks since the injury. “I wish I could tell you guys exactly when I’m going to return. But at this point really it’s just such a slow process that who knows what the days are going to be.”

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Around the League notebook for Monday, Nov. 3

Monday, 11.03.2014 / 10:49 PM / News

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TARASENKO LEADS BLUES TO FIFTH STRAIGHT WIN

Vladimir Tarasenko scored a highlight reel, one-handed goal, added an assist and notched the shootout clincher to lead the St. Louis Blues to their fifth straight win, a 4-3 shootout decision against the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden. Tarasenko now has 6-2-8 in his past four games and leads his team in goals (7) and points (13) this season. The game was a back-and-forth affair with each team leading on two separate occasions (including the Blues' shootout clincher).

* The Blues have won eight of their past nine trips to Madison Square Garden (8-0-1), and haven't lost in regulation there since Jan. 20, 1998.

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Blue Jackets activate Jenner off injured reserve

Monday, 11.03.2014 / 5:15 PM / News

ColumbusBlueJackets.com

COLUMBUS, OHIO - The Columbus Blue Jackets have activated left wing Boone Jenner off Injured Reserve, recalled defenseman Frederic St. Denis from the American Hockey League's Springfield Falcons and placed center Artem Anisimov and defenseman Cody Goloubef on Injured Reserve, club General Manager Jarmo Kekalainen announced today.

Jenner, 21, will make his season debut after suffering a broken hand in practice on September 27. He recorded 16-13-29, 45 penalty minutes and a +6 plus/minus rating in 72 games as a rookie in 2013-14. The Dorchester, Ontario native was the club's first pick, 37th overall, in the 2011 NHL Draft. He recorded 111-135-246, 265 penalty minutes and was +22 plus/minus rating in 227 career games with the Oshawa Generals of the Ontario Hockey League from 2009-13.

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