NHL Recent Player News
|3/22/2017||Paul Stastny, StL, C|
|The St. Louis Blues announced Stastny is week to week with a lower-body injury. Stastny was injured in the Blues' 4-2 win against the Colorado Avalanche on Tuesday night. He played just 3:51 before leaving the game midway through the first period.
Analysis: Stastny is tied for fifth on St. Louis with 40 points (18 goals, 22 assists).
|3/22/2017||Jayson Megna, Van, C|
|Megna will miss the rest of Vancouver's five-game trip due to an upper-body injury. The Canucks return home to face Anaheim on Tuesday.
Analysis: Megna had an assist Tuesday in Chicago, but it was just his eighth point in 53 games this season.
|3/22/2017||Nikita Soshnikov, Tor, RW|
|Soshnikov will sit out Wednesday against the Blue Jackets due to an undisclosed injury.
Analysis: Soshnikov has five goals and four assists in 56 games this season.
|3/22/2017||Steve Mason, Phi, G|
|Mason turned aside 30 shots in Tuesday's 3-2 loss to the Jets.
Analysis: Mason dropped to 1-2-0 with a 3.75 GAA and a .872 save percentage in his last three starts. The Flyers visit Minnesota on Thursday, and Mason has a 1.83 GAA in winning his last three starts against the Wild.
|3/22/2017||Claude Giroux, Phi, C|
|Giroux had a pair of assists in Tuesday's 3-2 loss to the Jets.
Analysis: Giroux, who has two goals and six assists in his last eight games, surpassed Jakub Voracek for the team lead with 39 assists.
|3/22/2017||Mathieu Perreault, Wpg, C|
|Perreault had a goal and one assist for the Jets in Tuesday's 3-2 win over the Flyers.
Analysis: Perreault now has two goals and three assists in his last three games after a four-game stretch without a point.
|3/22/2017||Carey Price, Mon, G|
|Price's status for Thursday's game against the Hurricanes is uncertain because of an undisclosed injury.
Analysis: Price was given the night off Tuesday after playing back-to-back games over the weekend against Ottawa. Habs coach Claude Julien didn't sound overly concerned about Price's injury.
|3/22/2017||Mark Scheifele, Wpg, C|
|Scheifele had a goal and two assists in Tuesday's 3-2 win over the Flyers.
Analysis: Since Feb. 14, Scheifele's 21 points are tied for fourth-most in the league. He has four goals and 17 assists over that stretch, and is up to 74 points on the season.
|3/22/2017||Blake Wheeler, Wpg, RW|
|Wheeler had a goal and two assists in Tuesday's 3-2 win over the Flyers.
Analysis: Wheeler has a four-game point streak, tallying two goals and five assists, and has five goals and 15 points in his last 11 contests.
|3/22/2017||Jaromir Jagr, Fla, RW|
|Jagr had two assists in Tuesday's 4-3 loss to Carolina.
Analysis: It was the second two-assist game in the last three contests for Jagr, who is now up to 41 points on the season.
|3/22/2017||Aleksander Barkov, Fla, C|
|Barkov had a goal in Tuesday's 4-3 loss to Carolina.
Analysis: With four goals in his last seven games, Barkov has now reached the 20-goal mark. He has eight points in his last seven, and has three goals and four assists in his last six at home.
|3/22/2017||Cam Ward, Car, G|
|Ward had 33 saves in the Hurricanes' 4-3 win over the Panthers on Tuesday.
Analysis: Ward got the win despite allowing at least three goals for a seventh straight game. The Hurricanes are in Montreal on Thursday, and Ward had 20 saves in a 2-1 loss in his last game there on Nov. 24. He has lost four in a row in Montreal, and is 1-6-1 with a 3.28 GAA there since 2010-11.
|3/22/2017||Sebastian Aho, Car, RW|
|Aho had a short-handed goal and an assist to help the Hurricanes beat the Panthers 4-3 on Tuesday night.
Analysis: Aho now has a four-game point streak and is up to 21 goals and 22 assists on the season.
|3/22/2017||Teuvo Teravainen, Car, LW|
|Teravainen had a goal to help the Hurricanes beat the Panthers 4-3 on Tuesday night.
Analysis: Teravainen has three goals and two assist in his last seven games, helping the Hurricanes to go 4-0-3. Carolina is 9-1-4 this season when Teravainen scores a goal.
|3/22/2017||Jeff Skinner, Car, LW|
|Skinner had two goals, including the game-winner with 3:55 left, to lead the Hurricanes over the Panthers 4-3 on Tuesday night.
Analysis: Skinner has five goals in his last three games and has eight scores in his last 10. He leads the Hurricanes with 28 goals and 51 points this season - matching his totals in both categories last season. The Hurricanes visit Montreal on Thursday, and Skinner has four goals in his last five games against the Habs.
|3/22/2017||John Mitchell, Col, C|
|Mitchell had a goal and an assist in Tuesday's 4-2 loss to the Blues.
Analysis: Mitchell's first goal in 19 games and third of the season at 5:32 of the first gave Colorado a 1-0 lead.
|3/22/2017||Alex Pietrangelo, StL, D|
|Pietrangelo did not produce a point in Tuesday's win over the Avs. It's only the fourth time in the past 12 games that he hasn't had a goal or an assist.
Analysis: Pietrangelo has nine points (two goals, seven assists) in his last 12 games. Not bad for a defenseman.
|3/22/2017||Nikita Kucherov, TB, RW|
|Kucherov had a goal and an assist in Tuesday's 5-3 loss to Arizona.
Analysis: Kucherov is now up to 13 goals and 24 points over his last 14 games. The Lightning are in Boston on Thursday, and he has just one assist in his last five games against the Bruins.
|3/22/2017||Vladimir Tarasenko, StL, RW|
|Tarasenko remained productive with an assist in Tuesday's 5-4 win over the Avs.
Analysis: Tarasenko has seven points (six goals, one assist) in his past eight games.
|3/22/2017||Patrik Berglund, StL, C|
|Berglund had two goals, including an empty-netter to seal it for the Blues in Tuesday's 4-2 win over the Avs.
Analysis: Berglund scored his 21st goal into the empty net at 19:12.
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