NHL Morning Coffee Headlines – January 28, 2019

by | Jan 28, 2019 | News, NHL

Latest on Taylor Hall and Dustin Byfuglien, Vincent Lecavalier injured in a bus crash, and more in today’s NHL morning headlines. 

NHL.COM: The NHL schedule resumes tonight with the Winnipeg Jets in Philadelphia to face the Flyers while the New Jersey Devils travel to Pittsburgh to face off against the Penguins. 

New Jersey Devils star Taylor Hall remains sidelined as the NHL schedule resumes. (Photo via NHL Images)

NJ.com: The Devils will be playing without superstar left wing Taylor Hall, who’s been sidelined by a nagging lower-body injury since Dec. 23. 

The Jets will be without defensemen Dustin Byfuglien and Ben Chiarot. Byfuglien’s been sidelined since Dec. 29 with a lower-body injury while Chiarot (lower body) has been listed as day-to-day since Jan. 13. The Jets recalled blueliner Sami Niku.

TAMPA BAY TIMES: Former Lightning captain Vincent Lecavalier suffered minor injuries on Saturday following a charter bus pileup on the Selmon Expressway. Lecavalier and two others were transported to a local hospital. His agent said the former NHL star was ok

SPECTOR’S NOTE: Wishing Lecavalier and the other two people who were hurt a swift recovery. 







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