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3/26/2015

David Krejci, C, BOS

David Krejci

Bruins' Krejci Looks Poised To Return

News: David Krejci (knee) worked on a line with Brad Marchand and Patrice Bergeron during Thursday's morning skate.
Analysis: We'll track David Krejci's status as Thursday's game against the Ducks approaches, but assuming no issues during the team's morning skate, his chances of being activated for the contest look good.

3/25/2015

Douglas Murray, D, MON

Douglas Murray

Flames, Murray Part Ways

News: Douglas Murray's tryout offer with the Flames was terminated Wednesday.
Analysis: The organization's concern about its blue line depth prompted the team to bring Douglas Murray in for a look, but management came to the conclusion that the 35-year-old wasn't a fit for the Flames. Murray, who skated in 53 games for the Canadiens in 2013-14, may not have many opportunities left to find work in the NHL.

3/23/2015

Pavel Jenys, C, MIN

Pavel Jenys

Jenys Will Head To AHL Iowa

News: Pavel Jenys is expected to play with AHL Iowa for the rest of the season on an amateur tryout deal, Michael Russo of the Star Tribune reports.
Analysis: Pavel Jenys was picked in the seventh round of the 2014 NHL Draft and will finally make his way Stateside after playing in the Ontario Hockey League for the Sudbury Wolves. The 18-year-old led his Sudbury team with 45 points but will take on a new endeavor as he starts his pursuit for NHL ice by way of AHL Iowa.

3/23/2015

Pascal Dupuis, LW, PIT

Pascal Dupuis

Penguins' Dupuis Done For Season

News: Pascal Dupuis, who has not played since Nov. 15 after being diagnosed a blood clot in his lung, will not play again this season, NHL.com reports. "Based on the doctor's report I don't believe we'll see Pascal this year, and that's a big loss," GM Rutherford said Monday. "He's not going to be cleared to play until June."
Analysis: While Pascal Dupuis, who finished with 11 points in 16 games this season, won't play again this season, Rutherford expressed optimism with regard to the veteran forward's playing prospects for the 2015-16 campaign. "I do feel very confident that (Dupuis) will return to the team next year," Rutherford noted Monday.

3/23/2015

Max Domi, C, ARI

Max Domi

Coyotes' Domi Wraps Strong Junior Season

News: Max Domi finished the OHL season with 32 goals and 102 points in 57 games - good for ninth in league scoring. He was plus-24 and had 66 PIM.
Analysis: Max Domi, the Coyotes' top prospect, was sent back to the OHL to continue his development and delivered his best season as a scorer. He should be a fixture in Arizona for many years starting next season. He has high-end skill and just enough grit (inherited from his dad) that he should be successful from the get-go in the NHL.

3/22/2015

Robby Fabbri, C, STL

Robby Fabbri

Blues' Fabbri Picks Up Hat Trick Sunday

News: Robby Fabbri registered a hat trick in Guelph's (OHL) 6-2 win over Sarnia in their regular season finale on Sunday.
Analysis: Robby Fabbri missed over two months with a high-ankle sprain suffered at the World Juniors, but he has seven goals and 13 points in eight games since returning from the injury in early March. Fabbri and the Storm will begin their defense of their OHL Championship on Friday against Owen Sound.

3/22/2015

Brandon Halverson, G, NYR

Brandon Halverson

Rangers' Halverson Wins 40th Game In Finale

News: Brandon Halverson stopped all 18 shots he faced in Sault Ste. Marie's (OHL) 3-0 win over Kitchener on Sunday.
Analysis: The victory was Brandon Halverson's 40th of the season, which is a new Sault Ste. Marie franchise record. Overall, he finishes with a record of 40-5-2, to go along with six shutouts. The Greyhounds will take in Saginaw on the first round of the OHL playoffs, starting Friday.

3/21/2015

Oliver Bjorkstrand, RW, CLB

Oliver Bjorkstrand

Jackets' Bjorkstrand Up To 61 Goals In WHL

News: Oliver Bjorkstrand registered a hat trick in Portland's (WHL) 6-3 loss to Seattle on Saturday.
Analysis: The three markers on Saturday give Oliver Bjorkstrand 61 goals in just 58 games this season. He has 13 goals in his last nine games. Bjorkstrand has added 54 assists for good measure. He leads the WHL in points and no other skater has more than 50 goals. Portland's regular season finale is Sunday against Tri-City.

3/21/2015

Valentin Zykov, LW, LA

Valentin Zykov

Zykov Picks Up Pair Of Goals In QMJHL Saturday

News: Valentin Zykov picked up two goals in Gatineau's (QMJHL) 4-1 win over Shawinigan on Saturday.
Analysis: Injuries have limited Valentin Zykov to just 42 games this year between Baie-Comeau and Gatineau, but he does have 21 goals and 46 points in those contests. He's always had more talent than his junior stats have indicated and he has the potential to put up big numbers when he turns pro next season. Zykov signed his entry-level contract with the Kings in May 2014.

3/21/2015

Nick Ritchie, LW, ANA

Nick Ritchie

Ritchie Picks Up Five Points In OHL Saturday

News: Nick Ritchie had two goals and three assists in Sault Ste. Marie's (OHL) 12-1 win over Windsor on Saturday night.
Analysis: Nick Ritchie has registered 14 goals and 28 points in 22 games with the Greyhounds after coming over from Peterborough in trade earlier this season. He also won a gold medal with Team Canada at the World Juniors. The 10th overall pick in the 2014 Entry Draft will be given every opportunity to make the Ducks out of training camp next season.

3/21/2015

Davis Drewiske, D, MON

Davis Drewiske

Habs' Drewiske Out For Remainder Of Season

News: Drewiskie will miss the remainder of the season for AHL Hamilton after undergoing wrist surgery, Dave Stubbs of the Montreal Gazette reports.
Analysis: Davis Drewiske hasn't appeared in the NHL ranks since the lockout-shortened 2012-13 season, and now that he's on the wrong side of 30 and coming off a major operation, it will only be more difficult for him to get back to hockey's highest level. The defenseman had four goals and 22 points over 62 games for Hamilton before requiring the wrist procedure.

3/21/2015

Patrick Kane, RW, CHI

Patrick Kane

Hawks' Kane Skates Solo Friday

News: Patrick Kane (upper body) took to the ice for a solo skate Friday, CSN Chicago's Tracey Myers reports.
Analysis: It doesn't signal that Patrick Kane is closing in on a return to the lineup, nor does it indicate a change in his timetable, as coach Joel Quenneville indicated that the forward's 12-week recovery timetable hasn't changed. Consider it just an attempt for Kane to stay conditioned for what would be a late-postseason return in a best-case scenario.

3/19/2015

Sam Reinhart, C, BUF

Sam Reinhart

AHL Awaits Sabres' Reinhart

News: Sam Reinhart, the second overall pick in the 2014 draft, is expected to join AHL Rochester if his junior team is eliminated from the playoffs, reports the Olean Times Herald.
Analysis: The WHL regular season is almost over, and after claiming a wild-card spot in the Eastern Conference, the underdog Kootenay Ice will face either the Calgary Hitmen or the Medicine Hat Tigers. Even with Sam Reinhart, the Ice aren't considered a heavyweight team, so they're unlikely to go deep into the playoffs. If the Ice get eliminated early, Reinhart will be allowed to come over to the AHL and help the Amerks as they vie for a playoff spot. Reinhart saw nine games with the Sabres this year before being returned to the WHL.

 
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