NHL Recent Player News
|11/25/2015||Frederik Andersen, Anh, G|
|Andersen was scratched with an apparent case of the flu, forcing the Ducks to recall Gibson, who has spent the season with San Diego in the AHL.
Analysis: It's unknown whether he'll make the trip to Arizona for Wednesday's game.
|11/24/2015||Evander Kane, Buf, LW|
|Kane was absent from practice Tuesday because of a lower-body injury and is considered day to day.
Analysis: This is unrelated to the knee injury that made him miss time earlier, and don't count him out of Wednesday's game with the Predators.
|11/24/2015||Sam Gagner, Phi, C|
|Gagner is out with an upper-body injury.
Analysis: He'll be re-evaluated before Wednesday's game against the Islanders.
|11/24/2015||Matt Duchene, Col, C|
|Duchene stayed hot by scoring a goal in a 4-1 win over Winnipeg on Monday night.
Analysis: The Colorado Avalanche forward has 10 goals and seven assists in 11 games this month.
|11/24/2015||Carl Soderberg, Col, C|
|Soderberg had a goal and an assist in a 4-1 win in Winnipeg on Monday night.
Analysis: The Colorado forward had one assist in his previous four games.
|11/24/2015||Blake Comeau, Col, LW|
|Comeau had a goal and an assist in a 4-1 win in Winnipeg on Monday night.
Analysis: Comeau had one goal and five assists in his first 20 games.
|11/24/2015||James Reimer, Tor, G|
|Reimer stopped 26 of 29 shots in Monday's loss to Boston.
Analysis: Reimer had allowed two goals or less in eight straight starts prior to this one and has established himself as Toronto's No. 1 goaltender, having produced a solid 2.07 GAA.
|11/24/2015||Leo Komarov, Tor, C|
|Komarov recorded a goal in Monday's loss to Boston.
Analysis: Komarov is now up to seven goals in 22 games this season and continues to get plenty of ice time, so he's got some value right now.
|11/24/2015||Tyler Bozak, Tor, C|
|Bozak had a goal and an assist in Monday's loss to Boston.
Analysis: Three of Bozak's four goals have come in the last seven games and he's compiled 12 points in his last 12.
|11/24/2015||Tuukka Rask, Bos, G|
|Rask came through with a season-high 39 saves in Monday's 4-3 shootout win at Toronto.
Analysis: Rask couldn't quite match his 22-save shutout against the Leafs on Saturday, but this latest effort could be a sign he's rounding back to form.
|11/24/2015||Justin Faulk, Car, D|
|Faulk had his eighth assist at Philadelphia on Monday.
Analysis: Faulk has four goals and five assists in his last eight games.
|11/24/2015||Jakub Voracek, Phi, RW|
|Voracek had two assists Monday against Carolina.
Analysis: Voracek has six points through his last five games.
|11/24/2015||Claude Giroux, Phi, C|
|Giroux had a goal and two assists Monday against Carolina.
Analysis: Giroux is up to 16 points through 21 games for Philadelphia.
|11/24/2015||Brad Marchand, Bos, LW|
|Marchand extended his goal streak to four games by scoring twice in Monday's win over Toronto.
Analysis: Five of Marchand's 10 goals have come during the surge and he's been piling up some penalty minutes as well for leagues that use that category.
|11/24/2015||Henrik Lundqvist, NYR, G|
|Lundqvist stopped 31 shots for his second shutout of the season Monday against Nashville.
Analysis: Lundqvist has been impressive once again for the Rangers this season with a 1.74 goals-against average.
|11/24/2015||Dainius Zubrus, SJ, LW|
|The Sharks have signed Zubrus to a one-year, two-way contract.
Analysis: The 37-year-old had been out of the league since being waived by the Devils in July. Zubrus, who owns 225 goals and 584 points in 1,243 career NHL games, played for Sharks coach Peter DeBoer in New Jersey from 2011-14.
|11/24/2015||Derek Stepan, NYR, C|
|Stepan recorded his sixth goal Monday against Nashville.
Analysis: Stepan has four points in his last three home games.
|11/24/2015||Rick Nash, NYR, LW|
|Nash scored his sixth goal of the season against Nashville on Monday.
Analysis: Nash has 11 of his 14 points at Madison Square Garden.
|11/24/2015||Kevin Hayes, NYR, RW|
|Hayes had a goal and an assist Monday against the Predators.
Analysis: Hayes snapped a three-game drought without a point.
|11/24/2015||Anders Nilsson, Edm, G|
|Nilsson made 29 saves in a tough-luck 1-0 loss at Washington on Monday.
Analysis: It's the second straight strong effort for Nilsson, who's been receiving the majority of work for Edmonton of late. He had 19 saves in a 5-1 win over New Jersey on Friday.
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