NHL Morning Coffee Headlines – October 9, 2016
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MIAMI HERALD: Florida Panthers left wing Jonathan Huberdeau suffered an apparent ankle injury in his club’s 4-2 preseason win over the New Jersey Devils. The skate blade of Devils center Sergei Kalinin appeared to come down on Huberdeau’s left ankle as the latter was avoiding a check.
SPECTOR’S NOTE: An update on Huberdeau’s condition could be released today. Here’s hoping it’s not a serious injury.
STLTODAY.COM: St. Louis Blues goaltender Jake Allen left yesterday’s preseason game against the Chicago Blackhawks as a precautionary measure after teammate Carl Gunnarsson fell on top of him.
SPORTSNET: The NHL Department of Player Safety will be reviewing a boarding penalty incurred by Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Radko Gudas that knocked Boston Bruins rookie Austin Czarnik out of yesterday’s preseason game. Last week, Gudas received a game misconduct for boarding New York Rangers winger Jimmy Vesey.
DETROIT FREE PRESS: Red Wings forward Ben Street avoided serious injury after being clipped on the neck by a skate blade in a preseason game Friday against the Toronto Maple Leafs.
MLIVE.COM: Wings forward Tomas Jurco was placed on injured reserve. He’s out until November due to offseason back surgery.
THE WASHINGTON POST: The Capitals placed forward Stanislav Galiev on waivers yesterday.
TSN: The Montreal Canadiens made a minor trade yesterday, shipping forward Tim Bozon to the Florida Panthers for defenseman Jonathan Racine.