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ICYMI: Tuesday, Oct. 20

by NHL.com Staff / NHL.com

Catch up on the latest NHL news right here each day. Be sure to check out our ICYMI blog every Monday through Friday.



NEWS:

Blackhawks' Keith has knee surgery, out 4-6 weeks
Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith had surgery Tuesday to repair a right meniscal tear and will miss 4-6 weeks, the team announced.

Canadiens look to remain undefeated against Blues
Blues coach Ken Hitchcock agrees with Carey Price that the Montreal Canadiens are off to their best start in team history (6-0-0) because everyone is contributing. St. Louis ends its season-high six-game road trip in Montreal on Tuesday riding a four-game winning streak.

McElhinney, winless Blue Jackets host Islanders
The Columbus Blue Jackets will turn to backup goaltender Curtis McElhinney against the New York Islanders at Nationwide Arena on Tuesday in search of their first win.

Flyers goaltender Mason returns against Stars
Philadelphia Flyers goaltender Steve Mason will make his first start since Oct. 10 when the Flyers host the Dallas Stars on Tuesday. Mason missed two games last week because of a personal family issue.

Doan to play 1,400th NHL game as Coyotes visit Devils 
Arizona Coyotes captain Shane Doan is set to appear in his 1,400th NHL game Tuesday when the Coyotes face the New Jersey Devils at Prudential Center.

Senators' MacArthur, Methot out with concussions
Ottawa Senators forward Clarke MacArthur and defenseman Marc Methot have been out of the lineup because of concussions, general manager Bryan Murray said Tuesday.

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