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Posts Tagged Adam Henrique
Boychuk and McLaren claimed off waivers … Dvorak to Davos … Jovo out weekend … Brown has shoulder strain … Henrique back
- Bob McKenzie via twitter: The Penguins claimed Zach Boychuk off waivers from the Hurricanes.
- Bob McKenzie via twitter: The Maple Leafs claimed Frazer McLaren off waivers from the Sharks.
- Matias Strozyk via twitter: Radek Dvorak signed with Davos in Switzerland.
- Arthur Staple via twitter: Eric Bouton will be in for the suspended Colin McDonald. Casey Cizikas starts on right wing with Ullstrom and Aucoin.
- George Richards via twitter: Panthers Ed Jovanovksi is out until at least Tuesday. There is no structural damage to his knee.
- James Mirtle via twitter: Maple Leafs coach Randy Carlyle said that Mike Brown will be out a minimum of 7 days with a shoulder strain. Defenseman Mike Komisarek will remain out.
- Stephen Whyno via twitter: Capitals Brooks Laich (groin) skated with the team for the first time this year. Laich: ”As far as a timeline I can’t really tell you. I don’t have an exact date. But getting closer and closer every day.”
- Rich Chere via twitter: Adam Henrique could be back in the Devils lineup tonight.
Quick hits: Audio, Subban-Habs talking today, Kubina, Henrique, Flyers, Hovinen, Leafs and Jets lines and starting goalies
- Globe and Mail Audio:Eric Duhatschek, James Mirtle and Darren Yourk – TV numbers, Zajac and Lupul contracts, Subban trade speculation and Gretzky’s future.
- Nick Kypreos via twitter: Critical in-person meeting this morning between the Canadiens management and P.K. Subban’s Newport group. An offer must now start around Jamie Benn’s $26 million contract to have chance.
- Matias Strozyk via twitter: UFA defenseman Pavel Kubina’s agent said they are considering 3 NHL offers.
- Tom Gulitti via twitter: Adam Henrique is on the ice with the team today. He’s still recovering from surgery on his left thumb.
- Corey Pronman via twitter: Ducks have reassigned defenseman Sami Vatanen to the AHL.
- Frank Seravalli via twitter: Defenseman Andreas Lilja will be with the Flyers this weekend in Florida. No news on Andrej Meszaros yet. Sarah Baicker via twitter: Meszaros updated coming later today. He had his arm in a sling last night.
- Darren Dreger via twitter: The Oilers claim goalie Niko Hovinen off waivers from the Flyers. The Jets place Mark Dekanich on waivers.
- David Alter via twitter: Maple Leafs lines: MacArthur-Bozak-Kessel, JVR-Grabo-Kulemin, Steckel-Kadri-Frattin, Brown-McClement-Orr. Looks like Komarov missing.
- Pens Inside Scoop via twitter: Jets lines: Ladd-Antropov-Little Kane-Jokinen-Wheeler Ponikarovsky-Burmistrov-Wellwood Wright-Slater-Thorburn. Defensive pairings: Enstrom-Byfuglien Stuart-Hainsey Clitsome-Postma
- Renaud Lavoie via twitter: Anders Lindback will be in net for the Lightning tonight. Defenseman Marc-Andre Bergeron back in the lineup.
- Tom Gulitti via twitter: Martin Brodeur will start in net for the Devils tonight.
- Katie Carrera via twitter: Michal Neuvirth will be in net for the Capitals against the Devils tonight.
- Joe Haggerty via twitter: Tuukka Rask appears to be getting his fourth straight start in net against the Islanders tonight.
- Ian Mendes via twitter: Ben Bishop will start in net for the Senators tonight.
- Bruce Brothers of the Pioneer Press: Josh Harding will start in net for the Wild tonight.
- Randy Miller via twitter: Flyers GM Paul Holmgren on Daniel Briere’s sore wrist: ”He’s coming along. he’s going to see our doctors Thursday.” Daniel Briere on his injury: ”It seems every day I’m able 2 take the next step, but then there’s something that prevents me from going too hard or all out. I can’t wait to be able to be allowed to get in some control drills and be involved in a little more game situations.”
- Ted Kulfan via twitter: The Wings have recalled Gustav Nyquist to replace injured Mikael Samuelsson.
- Rich Chere via twitter: Devils Adam Henrique is 7 to 10 days away from returning.
- Tom Gulitti via twitter: Devils Jacob Josefson is back on the ice this morning after not practicing yesterday with a sore foot. Center Travis Zajac is also back after missing yesterday after “tweaking something.”
- Wes Gilbertson via twitter: Flames Roman Cervenka has been cleared by doctors. It’s possible that he and Jiri Hudler are in the lineup on Saturday, possibly on the same line.
- Pierre LeBrun of ESPN: Lightning Steven Stamkos may look to going overseas if the lockout continues.
“I’d have to agree with Sid there,” Stamkos said. “That was the rationale early on when I sat down with [agents] Donnie [Meehan] and Mark [Guy]. ‘Let’s wait this out. Let’s be optimistic that we get something done here and salvage some of the season. So let’s stay in shape here, work out and stay informed and go from there.’
“But if the season is in jeopardy, you’d definitely have to look at getting at least one to two months’ worth of competitive games in just so you have something to gauge heading into the summer. Obviously, we hope that’s not the case — we want to play in the NHL this year — but if there is a threat of losing the whole year, I’m definitely going to be looking for a place to play.”
- Bruce Garrioch via twitter: The players missed their 4th paycheck yesterday. Approximately $463 million lost for 683 players.
- Tom Gulitti via twitter: Devils Adam Henrique said the ligament in his thumb was completely torn, and had to be reattached. His surgery “went well.”
Harding diagnosed with multiple sclerosis … Henrique out 4-6 weeks … Giroux having treatment in Atlanta … Schneider in Switzerland
- Michael Russo of the Star-Tribune: (I’ll post a few notes/quotes, but you should read the entire article) 28 year old Josh Harding has been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. He and his family have known for a month, but only yesterday did he start telling friends and Wild teammates.
“I don’t look at this like I’ve got to take a new path,” said Harding, drafted 10 years ago by the Wild and months off signing a new three-year contract. “This is a little bump in the road. I’ve had lots in life.”
“I had a couple days where I felt bad for myself, but no more,” said Harding, who plans on continuing his career. “There’s things in life that happen. Sometimes you can’t explain it. You deal with it.”
He has made it clear that this will not end his career.
“There’s going to be some good days and bad days, but I think if you talk to anybody in life, there’s going to be some good days and bad days,” Harding said.
- Dan Rosen via twitter: Devils Adam Henrique injured his ulnar collateral ligament in his left thumb. He will have surgery today and will about 4 to 6 weeks.
- Pierre LeBrun via twitter: Flyers Claude Giroux saw the doctor in Atlanta yesterday. He’s been in Atlanta for the last three days getting treatment.
- Pierre LeBrun via twitter: Canucks Cory Schneider’s deal with Ambri Piotta of the Swiss league goes through December according to his agent, Mike Liut.
- Ken Campbell of the Hockey News: The Ducks will have some decisions to make between now and September 15th (CBA expiration date) with regards to Corey Perry and Ryan Getzlaf. Both will be UFAs after this upcoming season. Getzlaf struggled last season with only 11 goals, had under 50 assists for the 1st time in 5 years, and was a -11. If Perry and Getzlaf were UFAs this season, what type of deals would they have received? 2013 RFAs who might be looking for big deals before the new CBA are Milan Lucic, Max Pacioretty, Taylor Hall, Jordan Eberle, Tyler Seguin, Alex Pietrangelo, Jeff Skinner, Ryan McDonagh, Adam Henrique and Oliver Ekman-Larsson.
- Josh Cooper of the Tennessean: The Predators are looking to make some more moves, and have lots of salary cap space to do it. Their current cap number is $53,711,310, with the floor set at $54.2 million according to CapGeek.com.
- Adrian Dater via twitter: Contract talks with Ryan O’Reilly and the Avalanche will likely resume in a week or two according to his agent.
- Chris Botta via twitter: Islanders Rick DiPietro was taken off the IR yesterday. If he was on the IR and there was a lockout, they’d have to pay him.
- Sarah Baicker via twitter: Flyers GM Paul Holmgren said that Marc-Andre Bourdon is “fine” from his concussion last season.
- Anthony SanFilippo via twitter: Flyers head coach Peter Laviolette signed a 2 year contract extension, and is signed through 2014-15.
Byers to have hearing, nothing for Lecavalier … Afternoon injury updates, lines and tonight’s starting goaltenders
- Bob McKenzie via twitter: Blue Jackets Dane Byers will have a phone hearing with Brendan Shanahan today for his hit on Sharks Andrew Desjardins. No hearing for Lightning’s Vinny Lecavalier for his punch on Penguins Evgeny Malkin.
- Dirk Hoag via twitter: Predators defenseman Ryan Suter will be a game-time decision with an upper body injury.
- Rich Chere via twitter: Devils center Adam Henrique is unable to practice due to a groin issue. The Devils have sent Nick Palmieri to the AHL.
- David Alter via twitter: The Maple Leafs have recalled Jake Gardiner. The Marlies don’t play again until next Saturday. James Mirtle via twitter: Mirtle points out that Gardiner’s recall doesn’t mean a Maple Leafs trade is happening. They wanted to get Gardiner into a game in the AHL yesterday.
- David Alter via twitter: Maple Leafs lines: Lupul-Bozak-Kessel, MacArthur-Grabo-Kulie, Lombardi-Connolly-Kadri, Crabb-Steckel-Brown, extra, Rosehill, no sign of Boyce. Mark Masters via twitter: John-Michael Liles and Colby Armstrong skated today before Leafs practice. Scott MacArthur via twitter: Tyler Bozak said he should be ready to go tomorrow.
- Tom Gulitti via twitter: Devils lines: Parise-Zubrus-Kovalchuk; Boulton-Elias-Clarkson; Tedenby-Carter-(empty); Taormina-Zalewski-Janssen.
- Mike Heika via twitter: Stars lines: Morrow-Wandell-Eriksson Burish-Ott-Dvorak Nystrom-Fiddler-Ryder Wathier-Dowell-Petersen Fiddler, Dvorak PP time.
- Andy Strickland via twitter: Blues forward Alex Steen and defenseman Kris Russell likely won’t play tonight.
- George Richards via twitter: Scott Clemmensen will start in net for the Panthers against the Bruins. Jose Theodore won’t dress for the Panthers.
- Preds Radio via twitter: Pekka Rinne will start in net for the Predators.
- Joe Haggerty via twitter: Tuukka Rask will start in net for the Bruins tonight against the Panthers.
- Mike Heika via twitter: Kari Lehtonen will start in net for the Stars against Jaroslav Halak and the Blues.
- Ian Mendes via twitter: Chris Mason will start in net for the Jets against the Senators. Craig Anderson will start for the Senators.
- Chip Alexander via twitter: Cam Ward will start in net for the Hurricanes against the Penguins.
- Tom Gulitti via twitter: Martin Brodeur will start in net for the Devils tomorrow.
- David Alter via twitter: James Riemer will start in net for the Leafs tomorrow.
Weber fined … Sens could move Alfie … RNH could sit … “Nothing new” on Staal .. Josefson breaks clavicle … Koivu, Ladd questionable tonight
- Josh Cooper of the Tennessean: Predators Shea Weber was fined $2500 by the NHL for his boarding hit on the Canucks Jannik Hansen.
- Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun: Garrioch wonders if the Senators will trade Daniel Alfredsson before the trade deadline. Alfie has a $1 million salary but a $4.875 million cap hit. He signed a 35+ deal, so if he decides to retire, his cap hit would stay on the books. Alfredsson has a no-movement clause.
- Dan Tencer via twitter: Oilers coach Tom Renny hints that Ryan Nugent-Hopkins could sit tonight for Sam Gagner. He added that team may need to see what it’s like without RNH. Jim Matheson via twitter: Matheson is baffled by the suggestion of sitting RNH. The Oilers didn’t sit Taylor Hall when he didn’t score for the first 8 games. RNH has 4 goals so far.
- Larry Brooks of the NY Post: There is “nothing new” when it comes Mark Staal and his concussion. Ryan McDonagh, Michael Del Zotto and Tim Erixon have stepped up there minutes, but are still learning the game. The Rangers may seriously look at adding a top 4 defenseman. The obvious place to look is Nashville with soon-to-be UFA Ryan Suter and RFA Shea Weber. The Preds would obviously ask about Del Zotto, Artem Anisimov, Brandon Dubinsky, Chris Kreider and Dylan McIlrath. Assuming that Erixon and Ryan Callahan are off limits.
- Craig Custance of ESPN: (Mailbag) The easiest way for the Devils to keep Zach Parise for the season is to be in the playoff race all season. If they were to consider moving him, it may take 2 NHL caliber players, a prospect and 1st round pick, same as what the Thrashers got for Kovalchuk. If the Flames don’t improve soon, Custance thinks they should make some moves to re-stock their system.
- Rich Chere of the Star-Ledger: Devils center Jacob Josefson suffered a broken right clavicle last night after crashing into the boads. The Devils are already without Travis Zajac until Christmas. Adam Henrique could be recalled, or Lou Lamoriello could make a trade for a center.
- Michael Russo of the Star Tribune: Wild center Mikko Koivu was cut on the chin by a skate on Thursday, is questionable for tonight’s game against the Canucks.
- Tim Campbell of the Winnipeg Free Press: Jets forward Andrew Ladd took a puck in the face that required 3 stitches above his nose, and 3 in it. It’s not known if he’ll be in the lineup tonight. Defenseman Ron Hainsey is likely out a week with a upper-body injury.
- The Fourth Period: Scott Hartnell is disappointed that his ice time has reduced. He’s aware of the trade rumors involving him. He has a no-trade clause.
- Darren Dreger via twitter: JP Dumont has a deal with Bern of the Swiss League. NHL teams have until Tuesday to sign him.
- Rich Chere via twitter: Johan Hedberg likely to start in net for the Devils against the Penguins.
- Jason Botchford of the Vancouver Province: Cory Schneider will get his 3rd start of the season tonight.
Ribeiro staying in Dallas … Neal-Stars continue to talk … Bergfors-Thrashers close … Spot on Kings D open for Hickey? Keeping Parise happy
- Mark Stepneski of the ESPN Dallas: Dallas Stars GM Joe Nieuwendyk has put center Mike Ribeiro’s mind at ease, telling him that the plan is for him to be in Dallas this season. “I reassured him that I have no intentions of moving him. I think he was worried about it. There was speculation out there that he was going to be moved any day,” Nieuwendyk said. Ribeiro’s name has been mentioned all summer as a player they may give up to acquire a puck moving defenseman.
- Craig Custance of the Sporting News: James Neal and the Dallas Stars continue to talk, but nothing is imminent. Nieuwendyk wants to get a deal done before the start of training camp, but realizes it may not happen.
- Pierre LeBrun via twitter: LeBrun is hearing the Atlanta Thrashers are close to re-signing RFA Niclas Bergfors. Update 11:05 am: LeBrun via twitter: Confirms that Bergfors signs for 1 year, $900,000.
- Helene Elliott of the the LA Times: With the departures of Sean O’Donnell and Randy Jones, and the injury to Matt Greene, 2007 4th overall pick Tomas Hickey might be ready to make the jump to the big club. Last season Hickey was limited to 23 regular season and playoff games due to shoulder and ankle injuries. “Going forward I want to make this team and that’s the only thing on my mind,” he said Sunday. His hockey IQ makes up for his lack of size. 2008 13th overall pick, Colten Teubert is still recovering from wrist surgery and won’t visit the doctors until early October.
- Tom Gulitti of the Bergon Record: Zach Parise will be an RFA after this season, and an UFA the year after. Parise wants to win, and if Kovalchuk’s re-signing helps that, it will help in his re-signing. “But if any of the repercussions of re-signing Kovalchuk – delaying starting negotiations, cap trouble, the impact on the roster, etc. – leads directly or indirectly to Parise leaving in two years, it will be it difficult to say this Summer of Kovy was worth it.”
- Mark Everson of the NY Post: The New Jersey Devils have until October 6th to shed at least $3-3.5 million to get under the cap, and will be looking at their prospects closely to fill the roster spot(s), paying close attention to the likes of Jacob Josefson, Mattias Tedenby, Alexander Urbom, Tyler Eckford, Matt Corrente, Adam Henrique, Nick Palmeri and Vladimir Zharkov.