NHL News: Waivers, Red Wings, Lightning, Blue Jackets, Stars and Blues

NHL News: Waivers, Red Wings, Lightning, Blue Jackets, Stars and Blues

Robby Fabbri and Jay Bouwmeester
On waivers …

Renaud Lavoie: Players put on waivers yesterday.

Michael Hutchinson – Winnipeg Jets
Ernest Schilling – Winnipeg Jets
Charles Robinson – Winnipeg Jets
Michael Sgarbossa – Winnipeg Jets
Julian Melchori – Winnipeg Jets
Mark McNeill – Dallas Stars
Mike McKenna – Dallas Stars
Justin Dowling – Dallas Stars
Ludwig Bystrom – Dallas Stars
Andrew Bodnarchuk – Dallas Stars
Cole Schnieder – New York Rangers
Daniel Catenacci – New York Rangers
Maxwell Reinart – Ottawa Senators
Michael Blunden – Ottawa Senators
John Albert – Washington Capitals
Viktor Svedberg – Chicago Blackhawks
Keegan Lowe – Edmonton Oilers
Mitchell Callahan – Edmonton Oilers
Michael Sislo – Arizona Coyotes
Joel Hanley – Arizona Coyotes
Nicholas Kerdiles – Anaheim Ducks
Jamie McBain – Tampa Bay Lightning

On the Detroit Red Wings …

Ansar Khan: Forward Justin Abdelkader (groin) wore a no-contact jersey at practice yesterday, his first time on the ice with teammates since last weekend.

Ansar Khan: Forward Henrik Zetterberg (neck) returned to practice yesterday.

Ansar Khan of MLive: Defenseman Ryan Sproul has been cleared to return after having ACL surgery last April.

“I’ve been pretty close for a couple weeks now,” Sproul said. “At camp, it was kind of no point to force it, so I’d like to get into a couple exhibition games, so I’m looking forward it.”

On the Tampa Bay Lightning …

Joe Smith: Defenseman Anton Stralman was back on the ice with the main group.

Joe Smith: Jake Dotchin hasn’t played in any preseason games yet as he violated a team rule. The Lightning have said that it won’t impact his spot on their roster.

On the Columbus Blue Jackets …

Mark Scheig: Blue Jackets coach John Tortorella said that they would continue to look at Nick Foligno at center.

On the Dallas Stars …

Mark Stepneski: Center Martin Hanzal will take part in full practices on Thursday and Friday with the hope of playing their final preseason game on Saturday.

On the St. Louis Blues …

Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Forward Robby Fabbri will miss the remainder of the preseason after he re-injured his left knee. Fabbri will be reevaluated in 10 days.

Fabbri joins a growing list of injured Blues: Zach Sanford (shoulder), Jay Bouwmeester (ankle), and Alex Steen (hand).