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Rangers' Stepan to miss 4-6 weeks with broken ribs

Monday, 11.30.2015 / 1:04 PM / News

Dan Rosen - NHL.com Senior Writer

NEW YORK -- New York Rangers center Derek Stepan will be out of the lineup for four to six weeks because of two broken ribs, coach Alain Vigneault said Monday.

Stepan was injured on a hit from Boston Bruins forward Matt Beleskey during the Rangers' 4-3 loss at TD Garden on Friday. He will miss his second consecutive game Monday, when the Rangers play the Carolina Hurricanes (7 p.m. ET; FS-CR, MSG).

2016 NHL All-Star fan vote opens December 1

Fans to select four captains for 2016 Honda NHL® All-Star Game

Monday, 11.30.2015 / 1:00 PM / 2016 NHL All-Star Weekend

NHL Public Relations

NEW YORK – The 2016 NHL All-Star Fan Vote™ opens worldwide Tuesday, Dec. 1 at 12 p.m. ET at NHL.com/Vote and hockey fans will determine the four All-Star captains for the 2016 Honda NHL® All-Star Game on Sunday, Jan. 31 (5 p.m. ET, NBCSN, Sportsnet, TVA Sports).

As part of the new format for the 2016 Honda NHL® All-Star Game, the All-Stars will take part in a three-game tournament, played in a 3-on-3 format, and featuring four teams representing each NHL division. Fans will cast votes online at NHL.com/Vote and via a mobile ballot for one player from each Division, without regard to position. Voting concludes Friday, Jan. 1, with the top vote-getters by division – regardless of position – named All-Stars and captains. The remaining 40 NHL All-Stars will be named by the NHL Hockey Operations Department.

Oilers' McDavid recovering but no timetable for return

Monday, 11.30.2015 / 12:40 PM / News

Mike Brophy - NHL.com Correspondent

TORONTO -- Edmonton Oilers rookie center Connor McDavid said he is recovering better than expected from a broken left clavicle but is not sure when he'll be able to return to the ice.

McDavid said he no longer feels pain from the injury, which occurred when he crashed into the end boards Nov. 3 against the Philadelphia Flyers. He was expected to miss four months.

"Obviously it is healing well and I feel like it is a little ahead of schedule," McDavid said. "It feels good and I'm going to start doing everything, but at the end of the day I've got to let it heal."

McDavid said he is not skating yet and does not know when he'll be able to play again.

MacInnis family tradition stays strong with Kitchener

Monday, 11.30.2015 / 12:25 PM / NHL Insider

Tim Wharnsby - NHL.com Correspondent

Ryan MacInnis celebrated his milestone games last weekend in fine fashion.

MacInnis, 19 and in his third season with Kitchener of the Ontario Hockey League, had one goal and three assists in wins against Sarnia and Sault Ste. Marie.

The games were his 157th and 158th in the OHL. They matched and surpassed his father, Hockey Hall of Fame member Al MacInnis, who played for Kitchener from 1980-83.

"I remember the first time I visited Kitchener with him," said Ryan MacInnis, recalling the banner-raising ceremony to honor his father in November 2008. "I was only 12. Of course, I didn't know I was going to play here back then. But it's been pretty cool."

Al MacInnis' banner hangs from the Kitchener Memorial Auditorium rafters alongside ones honoring other legends like Scott Stevens, Paul Coffey, Bill Barber and Larry Robinson. There are photos of the older MacInnis in action on the concourse of the building and there is the 1982-83 team photo, when he was part of Kitchener's first Memorial Cup championship team.

It's not only cool for Ryan, a 2014 second-round pick (No. 43) of the Arizona Coyotes, but for his father too. Al MacInnis, in his role as father and as senior adviser to St. Louis Blues general manager Doug Armstrong, makes a couple of monthly visits to watch his son play for his old junior team.

Fantasy All-Access: Atkinson, Rask worth watching

Sean McCullen - NHL.com Staff Writer

Every Monday, NHL.com staff writer Sean McCullen identifies potential waiver-wire pickups and points out lineup moves and schedule impacts for fantasy hockey.

No American-born NHL player has had a point streak as long as the 19-game run Patrick Kane will bring into the Chicago Blackhawks' game against the Minnesota Wild on Tuesday.

He set the record Saturday with a first-period goal against the Los Angeles Kings, passing Eddie Olczyk (Toronto Maple Leafs, 1989-90) and Phil Kessel (Boston Bruins, 2008-09), who each had an 18-game streak. Kane also had an assist in the second period.

Kane has 11 goals and 20 assists during his streak, which began Oct. 17, and he is the runaway most valuable player of fantasy hockey so far.

Although the players included in this week’s Waiver-Wire Watch likely won't produce at Kane's level, each has been on an impressive recent run and is worth considering as a fill-in for an injured or slumping player.

Benn, Holtby and Galchenyuk named stars of week

Monday, 11.30.2015 / 12:00 PM / News

NHL Public Relations

NEW YORKDallas Stars left wing Jamie Benn, Washington Capitals goaltender Braden Holtby and Montreal Canadiens center Alex Galchenyuk have been named the NHL's "Three Stars" for the week ending Nov. 29.

FIRST STAR – JAMIE BENN, LW, DALLAS STARS

Benn shared the League lead in goals (4) and points (6) as the Stars (19-5-0, 38 points) won two of three games to continue their best start to a season in the franchise's 48-year history. He opened the week with 2-1—3, his fourth multi-goal and three-point performances of the season, in a 7-4 loss to the Ottawa Senators Nov. 24. Benn also scored once in a 3-2 shootout victory over the Vancouver Canucks Nov. 27 and added 1-1—2, including the primary assist on Tyler Seguin's overtime goal, in a 4-3 comeback win over the Minnesota Wild Nov. 28. The 26-year-old Victoria, B.C., native and reigning Art Ross Trophy winner paces the NHL with 18 goals and ranks second with 35 points in 24 outings this season, including 8-6—14 during an eight-game point streak and 6-2—8 during a four-game goal streak.

Blue Jackets' Hannikainen out two months with injury

Monday, 11.30.2015 / 11:59 AM / News

ColumbusBlueJackets.com

COLUMBUS, OHIO -- The Columbus Blue Jackets have placed left wing Markus Hannikainen on Injured Reserve, club General Manager Jarmo Kekalainen announced today. He is expected to be sidelined for two months after suffering a shoulder injury during Saturday’s game at the St. Louis Blues.

Hannikainen, 22, recorded two hits while logging 6:15 of ice time in his NHL debut prior to leaving the contest against the Blues. He has tallied five goals and six assists for 11 points with six penalty minutes and a +2 plus/minus rating in 17 games with Cleveland’s Lake Erie Monsters, Columbus' American Hockey League affiliate, in his first professional season in North America.

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