NHL Injury Updates: Hurricanes, Avs, Panthers, Predators, Rangers, and Penguins

Chip Alexander: Carolina Hurricanes coach Rod Brind’Amour stated that there are no brand-new updates on goaltender Frederik Andersen.

Forward Jordan Martinook was on the ice the other day early morning.

Vic Lombardi: Colorado Avalanche coach Jared Bednar stated that goaltender Darcy Kuemper will be all right and will be great to opt for round 2.

Jameson Olive: Florida Panthers forward Mason Marchment missed out on last night’s video game.

Brooks Bratten: Nashville Predators goaltender Juuse Saros stated he heard a ‘pop’ when he hurt his ankle back on April 26th. He missed their last 2 regular-season video games and all 4 championship game.

“We were on the , and I back post really hard,” Saros described. “And at the same time, I was kind of trying to seal the short side, and I kind of fell on top of my leg awkwardly. I felt it pop right away, and then two more minutes and made a couple more saves, but every time I went up and down, it just felt really bad. So, that’s when I kind of knew it was going to be a while.”

Saros is back on the ice and it will be a couple of more weeks till it’s completely recovered.

Vince Z. Mercogliano: New York Rangers defenseman Ryan Lindgren went back to the lineup last night.

Dan Rosen: Pittsburgh Penguins forward Sidney Crosby left last night’s video game in the 2nd duration with an upper-body injury.

Elliotte Friedman: Penguins coach Mike Sullivan stated after the video game he didn’t have an upgrade which he was being examined.

Dan Kingerski: Coach Sullivan when asked if he believed there was intent by Rangers defenseman Jacob Trouba.

“Did you see the hit?” “I did” “Then I probably have the same opinion as you do.”

Pens Inside Scoop: Penguins coach Sullivan stated that goaltender Tristan Jarry and forward Rickard Rakell made a huge dive in their healing the other day. They are both still thought about daily.

Defenseman Brian Dumoulin is advancing off-ice however hasn’t begun skating.

 

 

 



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