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Colorado also snagged 25-year-old winger Nicolas Aube-Kubel from the Flyers on Saturday too. It’s not to offset for Byram, but undoubtedly helps the team’s depth on offence. Aube-Kubel only owns one assist in seven games this year thus far, but his usage also dropped to under ten minutes per game.

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On 11/10/2021 at 10:45 PM, electron58 said:

Islanders To Terminate Leo Komarov’s Contract
Komarov was signed by the Islanders in 2018 after spending five seasons with the Toronto Maple Leafs. Throughout his nine-year NHL career, the 34-year-old appeared in 491 games scoring 63 goals and 170 points. He only appeared in one game this season, against the Florida Panthers on October 16, before being sent down to the Bridgeport Islanders of the AHL. He did not play for the AHL Islanders. Now, Komarov is reportedly heading to the SKA Saint Petersburg of the KHL.  Hearing this is official now. Believe Komarov will be on unconditional waivers tomorrow to terminate his Isles contract.

November 14: Komarov made his move to the KHL’s SKA St. Petersburg today, announcing it via an Instagram post. Komarov expects to join SKA “soon.”

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On 11/2/2021 at 12:51 AM, electron58 said:

The Washington Capitals put center Nic Dowd on injured reserve Monday with a lower-body injury.

The Washington Capitals have re-signed center Nic Dowd to a three-year contract extension, senior vice president and general manager Brian MacLellan announced today. Dowd's contract will carry an average annual value of $1.3 million.

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The Vancouver Canucks entered T-Mobile Arena in Vegas on Saturday looking determined to bounce back from an atrocious 7-1 loss to the Colorado Avalanche. They jumped out to a 2-0 lead, and even tied the game twice after squandering it, but ultimately fell to the Golden Knights 7-4.

A myriad of things have to go wrong for a team to allow seven goals, and when asked where the game got away from his team head coach Travis Green couldn’t omit what he perceived as poor officiating.

“There’s definitely a couple calls that should have never been called against us,” said Green post-game.

“I don’t usually complain about refereeing but the call against (Thatcher) Demko was atrocious and the call against (Oliver Ekman-Larsson), the double-minor for roughing, was very questionable for me as well. Both were in critical parts of the game.”

Definitely a major problem league wide, although I believe Canadian Teams get the shaft,  more often than not. 

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 The Kraken have placed center Riley Sheahan on waivers. Sheahan signed with Seattle at the beginning of September to give them some extra depth down the middle, inking a one-year, $850K contract. However, he has had a limited role this season, logging just 11:28 per game, the lowest average of his career, while tallying just a goal and two assists in 14 games this season. 

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On 11/11/2021 at 6:58 PM, electron58 said:

Matt Murray and Alex Formenton were the seventh and eighth players placed in NHL COVID-19 protocol by the Senators on Thursday. 

Murray, a goalie, and Formenton, a forward, join defenseman Josh Brown, Victor Mete and Nick Holden, and forwards Austin Watson, Connor Brown and Dylan Gambrell.

The Senators host the Los Angeles Kings on Thursday (7 p.m. ET; TSN5, RDS2, BSW, ESPN+, NHL LIVE).

"All you can do is just keep playing," Senators coach D.J. Smith said. "We want to get a win to get everyone feeling good. It's not the ideal situation, but no one feels bad for you in this League. We're privileged to play and be in the NHL and we're going to go out there and give it all we've got."

10 now.

The NHL will postpone Sens games vs. New Jersey Tuesday along with Thursday vs. Nashville and Rangers here in Ottawa Saturday because of the COVID-19 outbreak with 10 players in protocol. The club has cancelled its flight to New Jersey.

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J.T. Compher will be out about one month for the Colorado Avalanche with an upper-body injury.  The forward left in the first period of a 6-2 win against the San Jose Sharks on Saturday. His five goals this season are tied with forwards Gabriel Landeskog and Mikko Rantanen for the Avalanche lead. His nine points are tied with defenseman Samuel Girard for fourth.

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Dion Phaneuf is officially retiring after a 14-season career in the NHL, the 36-year-old defenceman confirmed to Steve Simmons of the Toronto Sun.  Simmons adds that the Toronto Maple Leafs will honour Phaneuf, who served as captain of the team from 2010-2016, in a pregame ceremony ahead of facing the Nashville Predators on Tuesday.

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New York Rangers winger Sammy Blais will miss the remainder of the season with a torn ACL in his right knee, the team announced Tuesday. Blais will undergo surgery and is expected to recover in six to eight months.  Blais suffered the injury in Sunday’s shootout win over the New Jersey Devils. Chasing a puck in the corner, P.K. Subban and Blais came together, with Subban’s skate clipping Blais’ as they battled. Blais fell into the boards and appeared to turn either his knee or his ankle awkwardly. He went down immediately clutching his leg before he was helped off the ice.

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 A former minor league coach in the Pittsburgh Penguins system who also had a brief NHL playing career has been indicted on multiple sexual assault charges in Rhode Island, the state attorney general's office announced Tuesday.

Clark Donatelli, 55, of South Kingstown was indicted by a grand jury in July on four counts of second-degree sexual assault, the attorney general's office said in a statement.

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5 hours ago, electron58 said:

New York Rangers winger Sammy Blais will miss the remainder of the season with a torn ACL in his right knee, the team announced Tuesday. Blais will undergo surgery and is expected to recover in six to eight months.  Blais suffered the injury in Sunday’s shootout win over the New Jersey Devils. Chasing a puck in the corner, P.K. Subban and Blais came together, with Subban’s skate clipping Blais’ as they battled. 

This is the third ( or 4 th ) player that P K has taken out with a supposed slew foot . There was reaves From NY rangers and Lucic in Calgary . He’s already been fined once . Look for PK to be suspended the next time(s)  . 

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From TSN:

Sportico reports Fenway Sports Group is finalizing a deal to purchase the team from Mario Lemieux and Ronald Burkle.

Fenway Sports Group, headed by John Henry and Tom Werner, is the parent company of both the Boston Red Sox and Liverpool. Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James is also a partner.

 

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4 hours ago, Regis22 said:

This is the third ( or 4 th ) player that P K has taken out with a supposed slew foot . There was Reaves From NY Rangers and Lucic in Calgary .He’s already been fined once. Look for PK to be suspended the next time(s)  . 

Actually, he's been fined twice, already.

Devils' P K Subban fined $5K for tripping Flames' Milan Lucic.

On Wednesday P.K. Subban was fined $15,000 for a trip on Anaheim Ducks forward Trevor Zegras.

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