NHL News: Ducks, Sabres, Flames, Hurricanes, Avs, Stars, Kings, Canadiens, Devils, Flyers...

NHL News: Ducks, Sabres, Flames, Hurricanes, Avs, Stars, Kings, Canadiens, Devils, Flyers and Canucks

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On the Anaheim Ducks …

Eric Stephens: Coach Randy Carlyle said that Ryan Miller would have his lower-body injury evaluated last night after their game and sometime today.

Anaheim Ducks: Carlyle said that Miller tried to play through it but it “didn’t feel right.”

On the Buffalo Sabres …

John Vogl: Coach Phil Housley said that defenseman Rasmus Ristolainen is now “week-to-week.”

Paul Hamilton: Housley said that both defensemen Nathan Beaulieu and Josh Gorges had good practices and are close to returning.

On the Calgary Flames …

Wes Gilbertson: Defenseman Travis Hamonic (lower-body) was skating by himself yesterday morning.

On the Carolina Hurricanes …

Cory Lavalette: The Hurricanes send Roland McKeown to the AHL.

On the Colorado Avalanche …

Dan Rosen: Defenseman Patrick Nemeth won’t be in the lineup. Carl Soderberg is back in Denver. J.T. Compher and Colin Wilson should be in the lineup. Samuel Girard could be paired with Erik Johnson.

On the Dallas Stars …

Mark Stepneski: Forwards Brett Ritchie and Tyler Pitlick practiced yesterday in no-contact jerseys.

On the Los Angeles Kings …

Jon Rosen: Forward Adrian Kempe didn’t play last night due to an illness.

On the Montreal Canadiens …

Pierre LeBrun: Forward Jonathan Drouin (upper-body) and defenseman Shea Weber (lower-body) missed last night’s game.

Eric Engels: Have been told that Weber’s injury isn’t believed to serious.

Eric Engels: Coach Claude Julien said that Carey Price continues to progress and he’ll be talking to their medical staff is when Price could join them at practice.

On the New Jersey Devils …

Andrew Gross: Coach John Hynes said that forward Travis Zajac and Michael McLeod would be evaluated today and they’ll have a better idea on timelines by Saturday.

Chris Ryan: The Devils activated forward Kyle Palmieri off the IR and put Marcus Johansson on the IR with a concussion.

On the Philadelphia Flyers …

Adam Kimelman: Forward Nolan Patrick skated before practice yesterday and is still listed a day-to-day with an upper-body injury.

Sam Carchidi: Flyers GM Ron Hextall said they are hopeful that Patrick would be able to go on Tuesday.

Dave Isaac: Hextall said that defenseman Andrew MacDonald could begin skating next week. Defenseman Sam Morin could be a week away.

On the Vancouver Canucks …

Vancouver Canucks: Coach Travis Green said that defenseman Chris Tanev returned to Vancouver: “He’s got an upper-body injury that will keep him out at least the rest of this road trip.”