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Posts Tagged Kyle Quincey
- Rich Chere of the Star-Ledger: Devils Martin Brodeur said he should be ready to start on Thursday, but may end up dressing as the backup.
- Tracey Myers of CSN Chicago: Marian Hossa left last night’s game in first period after taking a hit along the boards. Coach Joel Quenneville said “not bad, day to day,” and that more will be known today.
- Steve Conroy of the Boston Herarld: Bruins David Krejci’s status is not known after he took a shot off the knee on Sunday. He did leave the arena with a slight limp, but didn’t appear to have brace on.
- David Pollak via twitter: Sharks Martin Havlat has been activated from the IR. Tim Kennedy has been placed on the IR.
- Ted Kulfan via twitter: Red Wings defenseman Kyle Quincey will be out four to six weeks. Quincey has multiple fractures but there is no decision on surgery yet.
- Ansar Khan via twitter: Red Wings forward Darren Helm hopes it is only a minor setback. There is no decision on whether he’ll go on the Californian trip or not.
- Ansar Khan via twitter: Red Wings winger Todd Bertuzzi (disc issues) skated for five minutes last week and didn’t feel good. He’s still hoping to avoid surgery.
- Adrian Dater of the Denver Post: Avalanche’s Matt Duchene missed last night’s game with a groin injury. The Avs are hoping that it isn’t long-term, but no timetable is set.
- Helene St. James of the Detroit Free Press: Johan Franzen, Brendan Smith and Kyle Quincey are all returning to the Red Wings lineup. Valtteri Filppula was injured on Sunday and it’s hoped that he won’t be out long.
- Mark Stepneski via twitter: Stars coach Glen Gulutzan said that Kari Lehtonen is probable for Thursday.
- Aaron Portzline via twitter: Blue Jackets Derick Brassard left last night’s game with an upper-body injury and didn’t return.
- Kevin Kurz via twitter: Sharks Brent Burns is out for at least the next two games. Coach McLellan hasn’t ruled out Martin Havlat and Tommy Wingels for tomorrow.
- Ted Kulfan of the Detroit News: Red Wings forward Darren Helmis going to New York to see a muscles and ligaments specialist for his ailing back.
“It’s not progressing as quickly as Darren would like,” general manager Ken Holland said. “They’ve (doctors) ruled out disk or structural issues.”
Red Wings GM Ken Holland thinks both Johan Franzen (hip flexor) and Kyle Quincey (sprained ankle) will return during their Carolina trip. Defenseman Brendan Smith and Carlo Colaiacovo could return this week from their shoulder injuries. There is no timetable on when Todd Bertuzzi (back) will be able to start skating.
- Katie Carrera via twitter: Capitals Jason Chimera left practice early with a lower-body injury and it’s not known if he’ll be able to play against the Hurricanes. Nicklas Backstrom is questionable due to sickness. Defenseman Mike Greenis ready to go.
“I’m 100 percent and ready to go,” Green said, adding that he’s not concerned about the prospect of playing back-to-back games on Tuesday and Wednesday. “The reason why I’m ready to play is I’m 100 percent and it was either battle through it on Saturday or else wait until I’m 100 percent so I could play back-to-backs, so here we are.”
Brooks Laich remains out with a groin injury.
“He still doesn’t want to go out on the ice until he feels – right now he doesn’t want to go out until he feels that he can actually continue up the ladder. But it’s tough,” Oates said. “They’re weird injuries. You think it’s improving and then all of a sudden it’s like, ‘uh-oh,’ and you’re not quite sure.”
- Adrian Dater of the Denver Post: Avalanche defenseman Erik Johnson remains out with a concussion and hasn’t started skating yet.
- Mike Heika via twitter: Stars GM Joe Nieuwendyk said that defenseman Aaron Rome will be out 3-6 weeks with a fractured bone in his foot. Defenseman Philip Larsen remains day-to-day with an upper-body injury.
- Ken Wiebe of the Winnipeg Sun: It doesn’t look like defenseman Dustin Byfuglien will miss any time after his latest lower-body injury.
- Shawn Mitchell via twitter: Blue Jackets Artem Anisimov was released from hospital today and is scheduled to fly back to Columbus today.
- Chris Nichols via twitter: Gabriel Landeskog is returning to the Avalanche lineup on Saturday.
- James Mirtle via twitter: The Blues have put Vladimir Tarasenko on the IR.
- John Glennon via twitter: Predators Paul Gaustad is out the next two games.
- Ted Kulfan via twitter: Red Wings defenseman Kyle Quincey is day-to-day with a sprained ankle.
- Pat Leaonard via twitter: The Rangers said that Rick Nash won’t meet up with the team in Montreal.
- Bob McKenzie via twitter: Odds to win the draft lottery and 1st overall pick: 30th, 25%; 29th,18.8; 28th, 14.2; 27th, 10.7; 26th, 8.1; 25th, 6.2; 24th, 4.7; 23rd, 3.6; 22nd, 2.7; 21st, 2.1; 20th, 1.5; 19th,1.1, 18th, .8; 17th, .5
- Michael Russo via twitter: Wild winger Devin Setoguchi won’t be suspended but he will have a hearing to see how much he’ll be fined, if at all.
- James Mirtle via twitter: If Maple Leafs Jake Gardiner plays three more NHL games, he’ll be eligible for waivers. Basically, once he’s back, he’s back for good. This last stretch of Marlies will be his last.
- Renaud Lavoie via twitter: Mathieu Darche should be announcing this week that he is retiring.
- Mike Heika via twitter: Stars center Derek Roy is getting closer to being fully recovered from his shoulder injury. He is expected to skate with a Texas Stars (AHL) practice next week.
- Jeremy Rutherford via twitter: Blues Alex Steen returned to Modo’s lineup after missing 8 games with a leg injury.
- Kevin Kurtz of CSN Bay Area: Sharks Martin Havlat on his agent, Allan Walsh, and his outspokenness on twitter,
“I know what he’s doing, and what he’s writing,” Havlat said. “I talk to him a lot, too. I think it’s been great. Unfortunately, he might be the only agent speaking out and supporting the players. It would be nice if we get some help, but he’s been great. He’s doing a great job not just for his own players, but for the whole group of players.”
Havlat on his knee injury from last year,
“I feel great. I was ready to go in September and I am ready to go now. I’m working out like everybody else and trying to stay in shape as much as I can…waiting for the call,” he said.
- Mike Chambers of the Denver Post: Red Wings Kyle Quincey is done playing with the Denver Cutthroats of the CHL. He may have just signed for a limited number of games.
All on the owners … Fans growing tired of NHL … Quincey going to CHL … Barker gets AHL tryout … Teravainen breaks finger
- Larry Brooks of the NY Post: Brooks says that there shouldn’t be the notion of shared responsibility for the lockout, that it’s all on the owners. Only the players have offered concessions in attempt to get a deal done.
Everyone gasps when Don Fehr floats the notion the players might seek to remove the hard-cap if this season is canceled. The truth is, removal of the cap is no more extreme of a position than the league has taken with its plan to radically restrict player rights regarding free agency and arbitration.
Brooks has given contradictory info from 2 reliable sources in that one says that the NHLPA has no intention of making a new proposal, while the other suggests the NHLPA is working on a revised proposal to give the NHL in a few days. The players shouldn’t be forced into taking an immediate pay cut. A phased in reduction of revenue share should be accepted by the league.
- Adrian Dater of the Denver Post: Dater thinks that many fans “are in the developing stages of an irreconcilable divorce from the NHL.”
I may be wrong, but I sense it. A slow but sure drift away from the league. I’m not talking about our love of the game itself but the league and its principals in power, who have once again decided it is better to play no games at all than play the games if it means getting two or three fewer percentage points in “hockey-related revenue.”
Dater has talked to “hardcore fans” who don’t feel like giving their time, attention and money to the NHL anymore. Dater added, “Strangely, I’m feeling that way myself.” The players would accept a 53-52-51-50-50-50 split ‘TODAY” if they were offered it.
I recommend reading Dater’s full piece, summarizing his frustrations with Bettman and Fehr doesn’t do it justice: The enveloping sadness of the NHL
- Josh Yohe via Sulia: The NHL has cancelled games through October 24th, with more games likely to be cancelled this week. Yohe has spoken with some players who are growing frustrated with the lack of movement in talks.
- Mike Chambers of the Denver Post: Red Wings defenseman Kyle Quincey will be joining the Denver Cutthroats of the CHL. From a press release,
“After spending some time with (Cutthroats owner) Mr. (John) Hayes, I realize we have a common desire to further the development of youth hockey in Colorado which is a primary focus of the Cutthroats. Being able to do that while playing for a coach who has helped me throughout my career, and staying home in Denver, is an ideal situation for me considering the circumstances.”
- Jim Matheson of the Edmonton Journal: Cam Barker signed a professional tryout offer with the Texas Stars of the AHL.
- Matias Strozyk via twitter: Chicago Blackhawks 2012 1st round draft pick, Teuvo Teravainen broke a finger and is out for 4 weeks.
- Ansar Khan of MLive: The Red Wings are still interested in Shane Doan and are willing to wait for him.
“I’ve had conversations with Shane Doan’s representatives,” Red Wings general manager Ken Holland said. “I told them we have interest.”
“We’re waiting a couple of days to see if this Jamison thing goes through,” Terry Bross, Doan’s agent, said on Monday. “Not all the petitions have been defeated. We’re waiting to see if the Jamison (deal) gets done.”
Doan is looking for a multi-year deal, and teams that are rumored to be interested include the Kings, Sharks, Canucks, Blackhawks, Penguins, Sabres and Rangers. If the Wings don’t get Doan, they may turn to Alexander Semin. Teams are reluctant to give Semin a long-term offer as clubs are concerned about his commitment. The Wings currently have 22 players signed at $53.3 million and still need to sign Kyle Quincey and Justin Abdelkader, which should cost them about $5 million. They hope to have Quincey signed before they go to arbitration. GM Holland talked with Tomas Holmstrom this week,
“I told Homer to take all the time you need,” Holland said. “If he decides he wants to play, then we’ll sit down and decide if we have (roster) space.”
- Shelly Anderson via twitter: Confirms that the Penguins have made an offer for Shane Doan, and that there is mutual interest.
- Josh Rimer via twitter: Rimer spoke with someone very close to the Doan negotiations. Still wouldn’t be surprised if Doan stays in Phoenix.
A list of all players/teams who have filed for salary arbitration. All players signed before their arbitration hearing.
|Team||Player||Date and/or Contract Notes|
|Anaheim Ducks||Nick Bonino||Signed before hearing. 2 years, $1.4 million|
|Colorado Avalanche||Jamie McGinn||Signed before hearing. 2 years, $3.55 million|
|Dallas Stars||Richard Bachman||Signed before hearing. 1 year, $625,000|
|Mark Fistric||Signed before hearing. 1 year, $1.475 million|
|Detroit Red Wings||Kyle Quincey||Signed before hearing. 2 years, $7.55 million|
|Edmonton Oilers||Sam Gagner||Signed before hearing. 1 year , $3.2 million|
|Florida Panthers||Kris Versteeg||Signed before hearing. 4 years, $17.2 million|
|Montreal Canadiens||Raphael Diaz||Signed before hearing. 2 years, $2.45 million|
|Nashville Predators||Sergei Kostitsyn||Signed before hearing. 2 years, $6 million|
|New Jersey Devils||Mark Fayne||Signed before hearing. 2 years, $1.6 million|
|New York Rangers||Anton Stralman||Signed before hearing. 2 years, $3.4 million|
|Ottawa Senators||Kaspars Daugavins||Signed before hearing. 1 year, $635,000|
|St. Louis Blues||T.J. Oshie||Signed before hearing. 5 years, $20.875 million|
|David Perron||Signed before hearing. 4 years, $15.25 million|
|San Jose Sharks||T.J. Galiardi||Signed before hearing. 1 year, $950,000|
|Toronto Maple Leafs||Nikolai Kulemin||Signed before hearing. 2 years, $5.6 million|
|Vancouver Canucks||Dale Weise||Signed before hearing. 1 year, $615,000|
Rimer interviews Parise … Wings options if they don’t get Suter … Martin to Nashville if Pens get Suter? Ducks after #2 C
- Josh Rimer of NextSportStar.com interviews Zach Parise.
Helene St. James of the Detroit Free Press: The Wings offered Ryan Suter a 13 year, $90 million deal, as they see him as the best transition from Nicklas Lidstrom and Brad Stuart. Red Wings GM Ken Holland met with Suter yesterday at Suter’s farm in Madison Wisconsin. If Suter signs elsewhere, their next best options are Matt Carle and Carlo Colaiacovo. The Wings currently have $17 million in cap space with about $5 million set for RFAs Justin Abdelkader and Kyle Quincey. Though the cap is now set at $70.2 million, that could change with a new CBA and they don’t want to be handcuffed. If they don’t get Zach Parise, they may wait until July 9th to see what Shane Doan will do.
- Detroit Free Press via twitter: No decision is imminent with regards to Ryan Suter. Probably won’t come before Thursday.
- Josh Yohe via twitter: Yohe has been told that if the Penguins land Ryan Suter, look for them to trade Paul Martin to the Predators. That said, Yohe thinks Suter will end up in Detroit.
- Jim Matheson via twitter: The Ducks are still looking hard for a #2 center after Derek Roy was traded to the Stars. Matheson wonders about a David Krejci for Bobby Ryan deal?
- Slava Malamud via twitter: CSKA GM Sergei Fedorov tells @ru_sportexpress that they are actively pursuing Alexander Semin.
Price has headaches, concussion? Hall to have surgery today … Myers out … Wisniewski to return … Quincey suspendion video
- Mike Boone of Hockey Inside/Out: Radio-Canada is reporting that Canadiens goalie Carey Price has a concussion, but as of last night the Canadiens were disputing that. The Canadiens say that he is having headaches, but hasn’t been diagnosed with a concussion just yet. He’ll go through some tests this week to see what is causing the headaches. Price collided with a teammate Thursday morning and hasn’t felt the same since. It is possible that his season could be over. A Radi0-Canada reporter apparently overhead the Canadiens doctor on his cell phone talking to their head athletic therapist.
- Taylor Hall via twitter: Oilers forward Taylor Hall arrived in Cleveland yesterday and will have surgery today.
- Mike Harrington of the Buffalo News: Sabres defenseman Tyler Myers is out tonight, but hasn’t been rule out for Thursday or Saturday. Christian Ehrhoff is out this week.
- LA Kings via twitter: Kings forward Jeff Carter had an MRI yesterday which revealed a deep bone bruise and no structural damage. He’ll be out day-to-day.
- Shawn Mitchell via twitter: Blue Jackets defenseman James Wisniewski is set to return to the lineup tonight.
- Dallas Morning News via twitter: Stars forward Eric Nystrom could return to the lineup tonight.
- Gary Lawless of the Winnipeg Free Press: Jets center Kyle Wellwood is out with a broken ankle. Wellwood was hit in the foot by a Grant Clitsome’s shot. Wellwood set a career high with 47 points this season.
- Ben Kuzma via twitter: Canucks Roberto Luongo will start in net for the Canucks tonight.
- Red Wings defenseman Kyle Quincey was suspended for elbowing.
Burke thinking new trade deadline for Leafs … Flyers fine with no moves … Blues hand-cuffed … Lidstrom questionable for tonight
- Kevin McGran of the Toronto Star: Maple Leafs GM Brian Burke is thinking about having his own personal trade deadline date, to make it easier on his players.
“It’s to the point where I’m debating doing the same thing I do at Christmas, starting our own trade freeze 10 days before, that’s how distracting it is,” said Burke. “Clarke MacArthur has been traded 10 times. (Mikhail) Grabovski’s been traded 12 times. (Nikolai) Kulemin has been traded. Luke Schenn has been traded 50 times. I think it’s remarkable the players keep their focus.”
“I think the trade deadline is hard on players, but I think it’s murder on players in Toronto,” said Burke. “We’re just going to do this 10 days earlier so our players can relax. I don’t know if that’s the right answer because I don’t want to tie my hands if there’s some (trade) we can do. This is crazy here.”
- Sam Carchidi of the Philadelphia Inquirer: Flyers GM Paul Holmgren:
“There wasn’t anything that was pitched to us that . . . would have made us as good a team as what’s on the board right now,” general manager Paul Holmgren said in a conference call from the team’s training facility in Voorhees. “We just felt more comfortable with our team the way it is, and quite frankly, since we’ve added the two defensemen, we’ve all felt that way.”
- Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch: The Blues were not able to make any “non-lateral moves” before the deadline yesterday due to their ownership situation. Blues GM Doug Armstrong was only allowed to make dollar-for-dollar moves because their budget is restricted until the sale of the team is complete.
“We were trying to see what type of depth we could add to our group and there wasn’t a proper fit there,” Armstrong said. “I went in not expecting a lot of transactions, and at the end of the day, it didn’t seem like we were involved in much.”
- Ted Kulfan of the Detroit News: The Red Wings called up highly touted Brendan Smith. Nicklas Lidstrom is questionable tonight with a sore ankle, and Kyle Quincey is out with a sore groin issue. Johan Franzen practiced on the 3rd line yesterday, but it’s not known if he’ll remain there for tonight.