NHL News: Waivers, Avs, Rangers, Wings ,Wild, Leafs and Blackhawks

NHL News: Waivers, Avs, Rangers, Wings ,Wild, Leafs and Blackhawks

The NHL to investigate Marian Hossa and Joffrey Lupul's 'injuries' ... Zach Parise finally able to join teammates
On waivers yesterday …

Renaud Lavoie: Zach Redmond – Montreal Canadiens
Zach Palmquist – Minnesota Wild
Jeff Glass – Chicago Blackhawks
Kyle Baun – Chicago Blackhawks
Philip Varone – Philadelphia Flyers
Corban Knight – Philadelphia Flyers
Greg Carey – Philadelphia Flyers
Will O’Neill – Philadelphia Flyers
T.J Brennan – Philadelphia Flyers
Mark Alt – Philadelphia Flyers
Christopher DiDomenico – Ottawa Senators
Ben Sexton – Ottawa Senators
Patrick Sieloff – Ottawa Senators
Erik Burgdoerfer – Ottawa Senators
Daniel Taylor – Ottawa Senators
Chris Casto – Vegas Golden Knights
Adam Chapie – New York Rangers

On the Colorado Avalanche

Mike Chambers: Avs Sergei Boikov will be out indefinitely with a dislocated shoulder.

On the New York Rangers …

Steve Zipay: Coach Alain Vigneault is hopeful that Jesper Fast will be able to skate with the team in two weeks. Fast had hip surgery in June. He’s not expected to be able to return to the lineup until late October.

On the Detroit Red Wings …

Ansar Khan: Defenseman Niklas Kronwall said he’s not ready to play yet but is hopeful to get into one or two preseason games. His knee is fine, but his back seized up right before the start of training camp.

Ansar Khan: Henrik Zetterberg won’t play today due to a minor neck issue.

Ansar Khan: The Red Wings are waiting for the results from an MRI for Tyler Bertuzzi (mid-body). Justin Abdelkader is day-to-day with a groin injury.

On the Minnesota Wild …

Dane Mizutani of the Pioneer Press: Zach Parise had missed the first week of training camp, but joined teammates on the ice yesterday.

“It’s different than skating on my own and doing scripted drills and knowing where I’m going and what direction I’m going,” he added. “When I got out there today, it was 10 guys in the neutral zone and it was a little chaotic. You’ve got to react. That was a good step for me to be able to do that. Hopefully it keeps getting better and better.”

On the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Chicago Blackhawks …

James Mirtle of The Athletic: The NHL is going to investigate the Maple Leafs for their handling of ‘injured’ Joffrey Lupul – are they trying to circumvent the roster limit or salary cap? Other teams weren’t complaining about their Maple Leafs. The NHL is acting on Lupul’s comments on Instagram.

A lot of teams have complained about the Blackhawks and Marian Hossa ‘injury.’

The NHL is expected to have their investigation done by the start of the season.