NHL Morning Coffee Headlines – October 10, 2016
Updates on Jonathan Huberdeau, Jake Allen, Radko Gudas & more in your NHL morning coffee headlines.
For yesterday’s preseason scores, check out NHL.com.
SUN-SENTINEL.COM: Florida Panthers left wing Jonathan Huberdeau will be sidelined three-to-four months to a left-ankle injury. More details are expected to be revealed today.
SPECTOR’S NOTE: That’s a big loss for the Panthers, as Huberdeau is their top-line left wing.
STLTODAY.COM: The St. Louis Blues haven’t provided an update on goalie Jake Allen, who left Saturday’s preseason game with an apparent leg injury. The club recalled goalie Jordan Binnington from the AHL’s Chicago Wolves.
CSNPHILLY.COM: Philadelphia Flyers defensemen Radko Gudas faces a telephone hearing today with the NHL’s Department of Player Safety for boarding Boston Bruins forward Austin Czarnik on Saturday. He could face a suspension of at least five games.
TORONTO STAR: The Maple Leafs placed forwards Brooks Laich and Colin Greening on waivers.
STARTRIBUNE.COM/TWINCITIES.COM: The Minnesota Wild released Ryan Carter from his professional tryout contract. He faces possible career-ending shoulder surgery. The Wild also placed forward Zac Dalpe on waivers.
THE NEWS & OBSERVER: The Carolina Hurricanes claimed forward Martin Frk off waivers from the Detroit Red Wings.
NEW YORK POST: The NHL is exploring the possibility of staging an outdoor game at West Point.