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Kirill Kaprizov He did not ski on Monday for precautionary measures.
The forward took a shot from Frederick Goudreau to the ankle in the third inning of the 3-2 overtime win over the Colorado Avalanche in a pre-season game at the Xcel Energy Center on Sunday. He stood on the bench and took his next shift before leaving late and not playing in overtime.
“No problems,” Wilde coach Dean Evason said. “He won’t skate today. He doesn’t need to skate today. But he’s fine.
“He simply got a bullet in the foot. Why put his shoes in them today? Let’s just let it calm down and get better.”
Kaprizov will be evaluated daily to see if it makes sense to share him or to remove him under protective terms.
“We’ll make sure we’re doing the right things,” Evason said. “In all honesty, I don’t think he is due to play again until the next home game.”
The Wild plays its next four pre-season games on the road and will host the Chicago Blackhawks on October 6. They open the regular season at home against the New York Rangers on October 13. – Jesse Pierce
Andrew Mangyapan I skated with a flame for the first time at training camp.
The striker was suspended early in camp due to an injury, as general manager Brad Trilling said September 21 was an adjustment during off-season training. was on the line with Nazim Qadri On Monday she hopes to play later in the pre-season.
“It felt good to go out with the rest of the players,” said Mangyapan. “I was rehabilitating some injuries from the summer, but it wasn’t serious. Just get out of there, move around again and play hockey.”
Mangiapane skated alone before returning to the set.
The Flames begin their regular season at home against the Colorado Avalanche on October 13.
Nick Suzuki He has resumed skiing and is expected to return to practice next week.
The striker, who was named captain on September 12, sustained a lower body injury in colliding with a defender. Joel Edmondson During an informal training session before camp.
Edmundson is making progress recovering from his lower back injury, despite staying out indefinitely. He missed most of last season due to a back injury.
defenseman Madison Boy It is day after day with lower body injury. – Sean Farrell
Toronto Maple Leafs
Adam Judit Day after day with a shoulder injury and did not exercise.
The striker was injured in a collision with the Ottawa Senator’s Defense Travis Hammonic During the second period of a 4-1 pre-season win Saturday. He stayed in the match and took one shot at 15:58.
“We have to see what it’s like tomorrow and take it from there,” Maple Leafs coach Sheldon Keefe said on Monday.
straight ahead Pierre Engvall and defenseman Jake Muzin Each of them skates on a separate rink away from the main group.
Inflammation is recovering from a foot/ankle injury sustained during off-season training. It is expected to be reassessed next week.
“I think he’ll get there,” Keefe said. “He’s been on the ice, I’m not sure how many now, definitely three or four times he’s been there and keeps going.”
Musin was out of training on Thursday and Friday due to an uncomfortable back. He was limited to 47 regular season games last season with two separate concussions and an undisclosed injury.
“I know he got on the ice today, so that’s a sign that things have gone well for him,” Keefe said. “Last time I spoke to him, I know he’s been having better days and definitely feeling a lot better, but I didn’t get a report on how the skating was going today so I don’t know how he’s going to progress from here.
“There were a couple of little things bothering him before going to camp that weren’t really mainstream all summer, but as things escalated, two things were on his radar, but he was feeling good enough to go and then not so much. Not so much. Related to anything he went through last season. Just something he’s dealing with now.”
straight ahead David Kampf He did not do it for personal reasons. – Dave McCarthy