Vatanen heading to Switzerland
Chris Johnston: Defenseman Sami Vatanen has actually signed with Geneve-Servette in Switzerland.
Karlsson has an infection in his thumb
Curtis Pashelka: San Jose Sharks coach Bob Boughner stated that defenseman Erik Karlsson has a small infection in his thumb and it taking prescription antibiotics. He might be prepared for Tuesday’s video game.
Varlamov still not skating
Arthur Staple: New York Islanders goaltender Semyon Varlamov is still not skating with a concealed injury.
Injured Golden Knights
David Schoen: Vegas Golden Knights forward Mark Stone left last night’s video game after taking a puck to the ear in the very first duration.
Jesse Granger: Golden Knights defenseman Shea Theodore and Brayden McNabb both left last night’s video game early.
Hoffman out 4 weeks
Sportsnet: Montreal Canadiens coach Dominique Ducharme stated that forward Mike Hoffman will be out for 4 weeks after an offseason injury. His lower-body injury will likely keep him out of their season opener on October 13th.
Eric Engels: Canadiens forward Brendan Gallagher was back on the ice the other day early morning.
Caufield pull as a safety measure
Montreal Canadiens: Forward Cole Caufield is noted as daily after being pulled from warm-ups for preventive factors prior to the other day’s intra-squad video game.
Lundell still out
David Dwork: Florida Panthers possibility Anton Lundell was hurt throughout their possibility competition recently and hasn’t participated of training school yet.
TSN: Goaltender Curtis McElhinney revealed his retirement from hockey in an Instagram post. McElhinney bet 13 seasons with 8 groups, winning the Stanley Cup the previous 2 years with the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Neal on his PTO
Lou Korac: Forward James Neal on his PTO with the St. Louis Blues: “This team’s a really hard team to play against. … This is a team that wants to win and is on the verge of winning again. For me, I just wanted an opportunity to come in and show the work I’ve put in this summer and I’ve got lots of game left.”
Golden Knights indication Chayka
Puck Pedia: The Vegas Golden Knights have actually signed 2021 second round choice (38th general) Daniil Chayka to a three-year entry-level agreement. He’ll bring an $870,000 wage cap hit and a $925,000 AAV.
Yr 1/2: $750,000 wage, $92,500 finalizing bonus offer, performan bonus offer for 82 GP, $80,000 minors.
Yr 3: $832,500 wage, $92,500 finalizing bonus offer, $80,000K minors.