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Notes: Inclement weather alters Red Wings' travel plans

Detroit experiences a mini odyssey on the road to New Jersey

by Arthur J. Regner @ArthurJRegner / DetroitRedWings.com

OTTAWA/JERSEY CITY -- When Mother Nature speaks, mankind listens.

Due to a nor'easter which produced a mixture of snow, freezing rain, ice and wind on the east coast, the Red Wings were forced to spend an extra night in Ottawa instead of immediately traveling to New Jersey after Thursday night's 2-1 loss to the Senators.

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Projected Lineup: Avalanche vs. Capitals

Philipp Grubauer starts as Colorado makes a changes on defense

by Ron Knabenbauer @RonKnab / ColoradoAvalanche.com

There will be a few changes to the Colorado Avalanche's lineup for this evening's contest against the Washington Capitals at Pepsi Center.

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Arvidsson out 6-8 weeks, Subban on injured reserve for Predators

Forward has broken thumb, defenseman sidelined with upper-body injury

by NHL.com @NHLdotcom / NHL.com

Viktor Arvidsson will be out 6-8 weeks for the Nashville Predators because of a broken thumb, and P.K. Subban was placed on injured reserve Thursday with an upper-body injury.

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With Arvidsson Out 6-8 Weeks, Preds Prepared to Move Forward

Laviolette to Try Different Players on Top Line with Forsberg, Johansen

by Brooks Bratten @brooksbratten / Senior Communications & Content Coordinator

The Predators will have to make their way without Viktor Arvidsson for the next six to eight weeks.

It was announced Wednesday the star winger will be out of the lineup, likely until the calendar flips to 2019, due to a broken thumb suffered last weekend in Dallas. It's a big blow for the Preds to lose Arvidsson who, along with Filip Forsberg and Ryan Johansen, helps to make up one of the more formidable trios in the NHL.

But just as the Predators have done before without top players available to them, they feel confident in the remaining members of the brigade to make up for the loss.

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Projected Lineup: Predators at Coyotes

Austin Watson Set to Return to Predators Lineup Following 18-Game Suspension

by Thomas Willis @TomAWillis / Digital Manager & Producer

One of the Nashville Predators' longest road trips of the season concludes in the desert with a game against the Arizona Coyotes.

The Preds (13-4-1) have dropped their last two, but are 2-1-1 so far on their five-game road trip. The injury bug has bitten Nashville hard recently with Viktor Arvidsson (broken thumb; out 6-8 weeks) on Injured Reserve, Calle Jarnkrok missing the previous three games and P.K. Subban exiting Tuesday's game early. Arizona (8-8-1) recently completed a four-game trip, going 1-2-1 with games against Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Washington and Detroit.

Update: Nashville will get Austin Watson back in the lineup tonight after serving a suspension for the first 18 games of the season. The Predators have placed Subban on IR and activated Hamhuis from IR. In addition, Jarnkrok will return to the lineup tonight in Arizona.

The Predators held a full morning skate on Thursday at Gila River Arena. Below is a Preds projected lineup based on the session: 

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Photo blog: Thursday night hockey

Minnesota hosts Vancouver at 7 p.m.

by Katlyn Gambill @mnwild / Wild.com

ST. PAUL - Minnesota hosts the Vancouver Canucks at 7 p.m. for Blaze Orange Hat night presented by Polaris. Tune in on FOX Sports North, KFAN FM 100.3, the FOX Sports App and the Wild App.

Scroll on for photos from the morning skate at Xcel Energy Center. 

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Behind The Numbers

Pettersson trending upward for Canucks

Numbers point to rookie joining elite company; Kings, Blackhawks struggle under new coaches

by Rob Reese @NHLReese / NHL.com Fantasy Editor

Behind the Numbers is a weekly series where NHL.com examines both player and team trends with an emphasis being placed on advanced statistics. This week we look at some of the top rookies in the League, how the Chicago Blackhawks and Los Angeles Kings are doing with their new coaches, and teams on the upswing.

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How to Watch, Live Stream Preds at Coyotes

Nashville Concludes Five-Game Road Trip in Arizona

by Brooks Bratten @brooksbratten / Senior Communications & Content Coordinator

The Nashville Predators will conclude their five-game road trip tonight in the desert as they take on the Arizona Coyotes. It's the first of three meetings between the two clubs this season; Nashville will host Arizona twice as the schedule continues.

Nashville carried their perfect road record through the first two games of the current trip, but have now dropped two straight, including a 5-4 loss to San Jose on Tuesday, their first regulation road defeat of the season.

The Preds were without forward Calle Jarnkrok (lower-body) for the third consecutive game, and defenseman P.K. Subban left the game in the first period and did not return. Forward Viktor Arvidsson (upper-body) and defenseman Dan Hamhuis remain on Injured Reserve.

Forward Austin Watson has finished serving his 18-game suspension and has been reinstated to the team's active roster ahead of tonight's game.

Update: The Predators have placed Subban on Injured Reserve and activated Hamhuis from the IR. Arvidsson will miss the next 6-8 weeks with a broken thumb. In addition, Jarnkrok and Watson will return to the lineup tonight in Arizona.

[Read More: Arvidsson Out 6-8 Weeks; Projected Lineup at Coyotes]

[Audio: Laviolette on The Jim Rome Show]

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Forsbacka Karlsson sports most characters on NHL jersey for Bruins

Center gets assist from equipment staff to fit full last name

by Amalie Benjamin @AmalieBenjamin / NHL.com Staff Writer

BOSTON -- Keith Robinson laid out the letters, one by one.

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Postgame Wrap-Up: Top Line Sparks Avs Past Bruins

Nathan MacKinnon, Gabriel Landeskog and Mikko Rantanen each scored in the comeback victory

by Ron Knabenbauer @RonKnab / ColoradoAvalanche.com

In the Colorado Avalanche's matchup against the Boston Bruins, it was likely going to take more than each team's top line producing for either club to pick up the win. But it didn't hurt the Avs' cause that their top trio led the way in the comeback victory.

Colorado's No. 1 unit had three goals and six points in a 6-3 win versus Boston on Wednesday at Pepsi Center after Nathan MacKinnon, Gabriel Landeskog and Mikko Rantanen each scored in the contest. In 18 games this season, the threesome has now combined for 31 goals and 75 points--the most among any three teammates in the NHL.

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