Quick Hits: Injury Notes For The Bruins, Hurricanes and Stars … Some Player Signings
Boston Bruins defenseman John Moore isn't playing at a 100 percent
Moore not a 100 percent

Matt Porter: Boston Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy said that defenseman John Moore isn’t 100 percent and is evaluated before every game.

Moore suffered an upper-body injury back on March 25th after taking a hit from Lightning forward Adam Erne. He took the hit in the mid-back area.

Hurricanes not rushing Mrazek

Kurt Dusterberg of NHL.com: Carolina Hurricanes goaltender Petr Mrazek was on the ice for around 20 minutes again yesterday. Coach Rod Brind’Amour said that they won’t be rushing him back.

“When he’s 100 percent we will get him back in there,” he said. “But until then you can’t. There’s no point. … We can’t rush a goalie back. He can’t play with an injury. There’s a difference with a goalie, I think. can kind of baby it a little, hide it. A goalie can’t. He has to be 100 percent in order to feel good about making his moves and exploding.”

Hanley and Oleksiak back in Dallas

Sean Shapiro: Dallas Stars defenseman Joel Hanley is listed as day-to-day with an upper-body injury.

Matthew DeFranks: Hanley and defenseman Jamie Oleksiak (lower-body) didn’t travel with the team to St. Louis.

Player signings

Joe Smith: The Tampa Bay Lightning have signed defenseman Jan Rutta to a one-year deal at a $1.3 million salary cap hit.

Ty Anderson: The Boston Bruins have signed 2016 6th round draft pick Oskar Steen to a three-year entry-level deal.

New York Rangers: The New York Rangers signed forward Vitali Kravtsov and goaltender Igor Shesterkin to entry-level contracts.