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Toronto Maple Leafs
John Tavares He will be out of action for at least three weeks due to a tilt injury.
The center was injured during a 4-1 pre-season win over the Ottawa Senators on Saturday. He had one shot on target at 17:14 of icy time.
Tavares, who trained entirely on Monday and did not train on Tuesday, scored 76 points (27 goals, 49 assists) in 79 games last season.
The Maple Leafs opened the regular season against the Montreal Canadiens on October 12.– Dave McCarthy
New Jersey Devils
Nico Hescher He was limited to 6:24 of icy time in a 2-1 pre-season win at the Montreal Canadiens on Monday due to cramping.
Captain Demons played nine bouts, all in the first period. The illness wasn’t serious, according to coach Lindy Rove.
“Last night was more precautionary,” Rove said on Tuesday. “He’s going to have some tests today just to make sure everything’s OK. I had a really good conversation with him, which made me believe he’s going to play again in pre-season, but you never know where some of these things are going to lead.”
Hescher centered the top line with the left wing Thomas Tatar And the Jesper Pratt on Monday. Jasper BuchvistAnd the Tice Thompson And the Arne Talvite The other three places were against the Canadians.
Hescher, who scored a NHL high in goals (21), assists (39) and points (60) in 70 games last season, will not play when the Devils host the New York Islanders on Tuesday. – Mike J. Moriale
Kirill Kaprizov He did not train on Tuesday and will not play with Wild in the pre-season game against the Colorado Avalanche.
The striker was injured in the ankle by a shot from his teammate Frederic Goudreu In the third inning of a 3-2 overtime win against Avalanche in Sunday’s pre-season game. He stood on the bench and took his next shift before leaving late and not playing in overtime.
“There are no problems,” Wilde coach Dean Evason said Monday. “He won’t skate today. He doesn’t need to skate today. But he’s fine.
He simply got a bullet right there in the foot. Why put his shoes in it today? Let’s let it calm down and get better.”
Kaprizov will be evaluated daily to see if it makes sense to share or remove him.
“We’ll make sure we’re doing the right things,” Evason said. “In all honesty, I don’t think he is due to play again until the next home game.”
The Wild plays its next four pre-season games on the road before hosting the Chicago Blackhawks on October 6. They open the regular season at home against the New York Rangers on October 13. – Jesse Pierce
Jeff Carter It is day after upper body injury to penguins.
The striker was injured in the middle of Saturday’s brawl and has not returned. Carter is expected to play the third line position behind him Sidney Crosby And the Yevgeny Malkin this chapter.
Casperi Cabanen The right wing was next to Carter during the first three days of training camp. He did not participate in morning skating on Tuesday before the Penguins’ preliminary game against the Detroit Red Wings at the PPG Paints Arena due to illness. Most regular penguins players are scheduled to play.
Coach Mike Sullivan said Cabanen’s illness is not expected to be long-term.
“Kappy was supposed to play tonight, but he’s not feeling well,” Sullivan said on Tuesday. “So we took him out.”
Carter scored 45 points (19 goals and 26 assists) in 76 games last season. Kapanin scored 32 points (11 goals and 21 assists) in 79 matches.
Teddy Blogger He replaced Carter in the third line during the morning skiing with Radim Zahrna Take the Cabanen spot on the right wing. Brooke McGinn It was the left wing. – Wes Crosby
Carter Hart He will not play with the Flyers in their preliminary game against the Washington Capitals on Wednesday but they have been allowed to practice.
The goalkeeper did not train on Sunday with a lower body injury but was a full participant on the ice on Tuesday and is expected to train on Wednesday. Monday was a day off for pilots.
Hart was knocked out of his last nine games last season with a lower body injury.
Red Schaeferthe Oilers were re-selected in the first round (#32) in the 2022 NHL Draft, to Seattle from the Western Hockey League.
The forward had no points and a single shot on target in two pre-season games but received praise during his first NHL training camp.
“I think Red Schaefer will do well at Edmonton Oiler one day,” Oilers coach Jay Woodcroft said after the 3-0 loss at the Seattle Kraken on Monday. “He’s someone who obviously has some natural gifts. He’s a huge guy (6ft-3, 215lbs), shoots a puck very well, skates really well for a big guy, he’s in great shape. He made a real positive impression on management and the apparatus. Guideline, and most importantly to his future teammates.
“He’s had a really good camp. There were some learning moments for him and that’s all part of it when you go to your first NHL camp. I think he made a really good impression here.”