Player Notes

  • Michael Stone's wife gives birth to twins
    Michael Stone (knee) was back on the ice Friday.

    Advice: He left the team on Thursday to be with his wife, Michelle, who gave birth to twins. Our congratulations go to what is sure to be a busy Stone household. In the meantime, the Coyotes defenseman is still trying to work his way back from off-season knee surgery. Rotoworld.com 45 minutes ago
  • Timo Meier (mononucleosis) will sit 4 weeks
    Timo Meier will miss about four weeks due to mononucleosis.

    Advice: He was diagnosed with the illness on Friday night just hours after he returned to the ice earlier in the day. "It's unfortunate for him to put in the summer of work like he did and show up in the kind of shape that he showed up in," said coach Pete DeBoer. "To get mono, it's tough. The good news is, we know what it is and we know when he's going to be back. I'm sure he'll be ready to prove himself as soon as he's healthy enough to do that." Rotoworld.com Today, 7:39 am
  • P.K. Subban will make Preds debut on Saturday
    P.K. Subban will make his preseason debut on Saturday.

    Advice: It will also be his Predators debut. Subban's been held out of exhibition games because of general soreness, but he's ready to go. He's expected to play on a pairing with Mattias Ekholm. "It's great having a partner like that," Subban said of Ekholm. "I've had some great partners in the past, but he's definitely right up there with the best that I've played with. I'm not sure exactly what the partners are going to be come the regular season. Rotoworld.com Today, 7:36 am
  • Patrick Kane expected to play on Saturday
    Patrick Kane is expected to make his preseason debut in Saturday's game against the St. Louis Blues.

    Advice: Kane hasn't participated in a preseason game yet because he was at the World Cup with Team USA. The 27-year-old accumulated a league-leading 106 points in 82 games last season. He should be one of the top three picks in all standard fantasy leagues. Rotoworld.com Today, 6:22 am
  • Schwartz's injury 'could have been worse'
    The St. Louis Blues are relieved that Jaden Schwartz's elbow injury isn't as bad as it could have been.

    Advice: Schwartz will miss at least four weeks, but coach Ken Hitchock isn't too concerned about that time frame. "It could have been a lot worse," Hitchcock said. "It’s four weeks and we’ve got two weeks of training camp left. It’s not that many games. You get an injury like that, it could be nothing, it could be surgery, you don’t know what you’re into with that type of injury. We’ll deal with it. ... It’s nothing we can’t make an adjustment for." Rotoworld.com Today, 5:48 am

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Injury Reports

PlayerInjuryStatusEffective
Tyler Seguin Dal - CHeelOSep 30, 2016
Nail Yakupov Edm - RWLower-body injuryDTDSep 30, 2016
Shane Prince NYI - LWLower-body injuryDTDSep 30, 2016
Jaden Schwartz StL - LWElbowOSep 30, 2016
Mattias Janmark Dal - CKneeOSep 30, 2016
Patrick Maroon Edm - LWLower-body injuryDTDSep 30, 2016
Robin Lehner Buf - GForearm contusionDTDSep 30, 2016
Mikael Backlund Cgy - CConcussionOSep 29, 2016
Duncan Keith Chi - DKneeOSep 29, 2016
Sean Monahan Cgy - CBackDTDSep 29, 2016
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