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    • NHL names Erik Karlsson as 2nd star
      The NHL chose Erik Karlsson as the second star of the week for the period ending Jan. 25.

      Advice: He tallied three goals and 10 shots in two games for the Senators in an abbreviated week for the NHL because of the All-Star break. Karlsson has 11 goals and 33 points in 46 outings, but he was not invited to take part in Sunday's All-Star Game. Rotoworld.com
      Today, 3:51 pm
    • Sabres suspend Zadorov for missing practice
      Nikita Zadorov has been suspended by the Sabres for missing Monday's practice.

      Advice: He's expected to rejoin the team during their road trip and the length of the suspension was not announced. "When you're a 19-year old kid, sometimes if you're not instructed to do things, you know how kids can be sometimes," coach Ted Nolan said. "This will be a big, big learning curve for him. We’ll deal with it when he gets back." Rotoworld.com
      Today, 3:14 pm
    • Andrew Campbell gets called up by Coyotes
      Arizona has summoned Andrew Campbell from the minors.

      Advice: He made his Coyotes debut on Dec. 6 against Boston and he has four games of NHL experience under his belt. Rotoworld.com
      Today, 2:57 pm
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    • Colorado's Erik Johnson (knee) out 3-8 weeks
      Erik Johnson will be out of action for three-to-eight weeks with a knee injury.

      Advice: He had a knee scope performed on Monday. Johnson missed the All-Star Game due to the ailment. He has posted a career high of 12 goals in 47 games this season and he has 23 points. Rotoworld.com
      Today, 2:49 pm
    • Kris Letang skates, may be ready for Tuesday
      Kris Letang (head) was on the ice for Monday's practice.

      Advice: The Penguins will consult with doctors on Tuesday, but there's a chance that Letang could be ready to play against Winnipeg. Rotoworld.com
      Today, 2:31 pm
    • Scott Harrington returns to Pittsburgh
      Scott Harrington is back with the Pittsburgh Penguins.

      Advice: He was sent down for the All-Star break. Harrington has no points and a minus-9 rating in the first nine games of his NHL career. Rotoworld.com
      Today, 1:39 pm
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    • Leafs list Dion Phaneuf (UBI) as week-to-week
      Updating an earlier item, Dion Phanuef is being listed as week-to-week with an upper-body injury.

      Advice: The Maple Leafs made the announcement via their Twitter account and said that the Toronto captain was injured before the All-Star break. Rotoworld.com
      Today, 12:49 pm
    • Canucks lose Kevin Bieksa for 6-8 weeks
      Kevin Bieksa will be sidelined for six-to-eight weeks after he underwent hand surgery.

      Advice: He sustained a broken hand just before the All-Star break. Bieksa has nine points, 74 hits, 75 blocks and 63 penalty minutes in 45 games this campaign. Rotoworld.com
      Today, 12:15 pm
    • Tyler Wotherspoon gets recalled by Calgary
      The Calgary Flames have brought up Tyler Wotherspoon.

      Advice: He was up with the Flames prior to the All-Star break, but he was a healthy scratch so he hasn't played with Calgary yet this season. Wotherspoon has two goals and 15 points in 39 games with Adirondack this year. Rotoworld.com
      Today, 11:18 am
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    • Dallas calls up Jyrki Jokipakka
      Dallas has summoned Jyrki Jokipakka from AHL Texas.

      Advice: He has chipped in five helpers in 19 games with Dallas this season, while averaging 15:34 of ice time per match. Rotoworld.com
      Today, 10:52 am
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    • Jamie Oleksiak gets called back up
      Jamie Oleksiak has been recalled by Dallas.

      Advice: It was suspected that he would be brought back up after the All-Star break. The 22-year-old rearguard has eight points and 72 hits in 31 games this campaign. Rotoworld.com
      Today, 10:48 am
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    • Wild summon Stu Bickel from AHL
      Stu Bickel has been recalled by Minnesota.

      Advice: The Wild will begin a three-game road trip on Tuesday at Edmonton and Bickel, who can play defense or the wing, will serve as an extra skater. Rotoworld.com
      Today, 10:33 am
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    • B. Seabrook enjoyed having his family at ASG
      Brent Seabrook's favorite part of the All-Star weekend was spending it with his family.

      Advice: "I've been enjoying a lot of time with my son (with) him being around," Seabrook said. "He liked the mascot game (Saturday). It's pretty cool to be able to have a kid and be able to share it here with my family and everybody." He posted an assist and a plus-3 rating in Team Toews' 17-12 victory against Team Foligno in his first NHL All-Star Game. Rotoworld.com
      Today, 9:01 am
    • Aaron Ekblad records 4 assists in first ASG
      Aaron Ekblad collected four assists at the NHL All-Star Game on Sunday.

      Advice: "You kind of cringe at it for a second," smiled Ekblad referring to the 17-12 score. "Your plus-minus is taking quite a hit. It's just a fun experience." The 18-year-old blueliner got a chance to play in his first All-Star Game due to an injury to Colorado's Erik Johnson, but he'll probably be involved in plenty more of these events. Rotoworld.com
      Today, 7:52 am
    • Toronto calls up Petter Granberg
      Petter Granberg has been called up by the Toronto Maple Leafs.

      Advice: There will be a lot of players called up on Monday as teams intentionally thinned their rosters over the All-Star break and will call up reinforcements now that practices are set to resume. That being said, Granberg is a bit of a different case as he hasn't played in the NHL yet this season. The 22-year-old defenseman has seven points and 18 penalty minutes in 28 AHL games this season. Rotoworld.com
      Today, 7:36 am
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    • Dustin Byfuglien enjoys All-Star experience
      Dustin Byfuglien enjoyed his All-Star experience over the weekend.

      Advice: "Just being a part of all this, the group of guys in here, and enjoying everything," said Byfuglien when asked what his highlight was. "It's fun. It's the whole thing. It's the experience... the locker room, being outside, family. It's good to be a part of everything." He competed in the hardest shot event at the skills competition, where he fired a blast of 97.3 miles per hour, and he scored during the NHL Shootout competition. During the game, he had one assist and a minus-5 rating. Rotoworld.com
      Today, 6:59 am
    • Jeff Petry has been on the block for months
      Apparently, Edmonton Oilers' GM Craig MacTavish has been trying to trade defenseman Jeff Petry "for months".

      Advice: The fifth year and right handed 27 year old defender is working his way through a one year $3.075M contract, and has compiled 12 goals and 69 points while averaging over 21 minutes per game through 282 career games. This is certainly good news for Oscar Klefbom's future, but it's unclear what the Oilers could get in return a Petry. Rotoworld.com
      Yesterday, 2:54 pm
    • Shea Weber & Ryan Suter on top pairing at ASG
      Shea Weber and Ryan Suter will play on Team Toews' first defense pairing in Sunday's All-Star game.

      Advice: Weber and Suter used to be teammates with the Nashville Predators. Flames' defenseman Mark Giordano will be on Team Toews' second pairing with Blackhawks' standout Brent Seabrook, and Hurricanes' defenseman Justin Faulk and Panthers' rookie Aaron Ekblad will make up the third pairing. Rotoworld.com
      Yesterday, 12:32 pm
    • Yotes' GM thinks Ekman-Larsson could be elite
      Arizona Coyotes' General Manager Don Maloney believes Oliver Ekman-Larsson could be one of the best players in the entire NHL.

      Advice: "You can see he's not only a star now but he has a chance to be one of the best players in the NHL for a long time," said Maloney. That is some high praise from Arizona's GM. The 23-year-old had a strong year in 2013-14, scoring 44 points in 80 games, but 2014-15 hasn't gone as well for him. Ekman-Larsson is on pace to score 37 points but he has a plus/minus rating of minus-15 through 46 games. The low rating has more to do with the team surrounding him. Ekman-Larsson does have immense potential. Rotoworld.com
      Yesterday, 12:22 pm
    • Patrik Nemeth (arm) may return in March
      Patrik Nemeth (arm) may be able to return sometime in March.

      Advice: Nemeth has missed most of the season because he suffered an arm laceration on October 18th. The 22-year-old hasn't registered a point in eight career NHL games, so his fantasy value will be non-existent if he does return. The 22-year-old was Dallas' second round pick in 2010. Nemeth's return would definitely be a feel-good story. Rotoworld.com
      Yesterday, 6:52 am
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