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|11/28/2014||Phil Kessel, RW TOR|
Damon Severson, D NJ
|Victor Hedman, D TB|
|11/27/2014||Phillip Danault, LW CHI|
Jordan Subban, D VAN
Beau Bennett, RW PIT
Oliver Ekman-Larsson, D ARI
|Victor Hedman, D TB|
Marian Gaborik, RW LA
Eric Staal, C CAR
|11/26/2014||Niklas Kronwall, D DET|
Cody Franson, D TOR
Pavel Datsyuk, C DET
|Patrick Kane, RW CHI|
Victor Hedman, D TB
|Last 10 Games|
Bolts' Hedman Cleared For Contact
|(11/26/14) Victor Hedman (hand) took part in a full-contact session during Wednesday's morning skate, Erik Erlendsson of the Tampa Tribune reports.|
Lightning's Hedman Could Play Saturday
|(11/25/14) Victor Hedman (hand) could return to action Saturday, Bryan Burns of the Lightning's website reports.|
Bolts' Hedman (Hand) A Week And A Half Away
|(11/20/14) Victor Hedman (hand) did some light shooting and saw limited involvement in the Lightning's practice Thursday morning, Joe Smith of the Tampa Bay Times reports.|
Bolts' Hedman Still Wearing Splint
|(11/18/14) Victor Hedman (hand) has begun skating in full gear, Erik Erlendsson of the Tampa Tribune reports.|
Lightning's Hedman Could Be Out Until December
|(11/6/14) Victor Hedman (hand) may not be ready to play until early December, Erik Erlendsson of The Tampa Tribune reports.|
Bolts' Hedman Out 4-6 Weeks
Hedman is expected to miss at least the next four weeks with a broken bone in his hand, TSN reports.It usually takes between four and six weeks for a broken hand to fully heal, so it's possible that we won't see Hedman on the ice again until December. The defenseman suffered the injury while blocking a shot in Saturday's win over the Canucks.
Lightning D Victor Hedman out 4-6 weeks with broken finger
Victor Hedman is expected to miss at least a month after breaking his finger Saturday while blocking a shot against the Vancouver Canucks.
Monday's NHL need to know: Frederik Andersen keying red-hot Ducks
Frederik Andersen has been excellent in net for the red-hot Anaheim Ducks, having won each of his first five appearances. He's in the spotlight for what you need to know this Monday in the NHL.
Bolts' Hedman Out Four Games
Hedman (upper body) is expected to miss the rest of the Lightning's road trip, the team's official site reports.Hedman suffered an undisclosed upper body injury in Saturday's game, where it appeared he took a puck off his hand. If he is indeed out for the remained of the road trip, he will not return until October 28 against Arizona.
Victor Hedman likely to miss remainder of Lightning's road trip
Victor Hedman is expected to miss the remainder of the Tampa Bay Lightning's current western road trip after suffering an upper-body injury in Saturdays 4-2 win over the Vancouver Canucks.
|Victor Hedman came of age last season, much to the surprise of most hockey pundits - including us. Hedman proved that can actually think the game like a stud defender and promptly delivered career numbers in goals (13), assists (42), points (55), shots on goal (170) and power-play points (14). Those 55 points put him fourth on the list of scorers from the blue line, but his power-play production didn't even crack the league's top-20 defenders. We'd like to see him deliver more with the man-advantage, but that part of his game should start to grow with a healthy Steven Stamkos in the lineup. He'll also deliver you bonus shorthanded points - he led the NHL last season with six helpers while a man down. While it doesn't look likely that he'll ever win a Norris, he will be a great fantasy performer for the next decade; draft accordingly. (Updated 8/13/14) |