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Philadelphia Flyers

Rasmus Ristrainen He was placed on the injured reserve list on Monday due to a lower body injury.

The defense missed the first two games of the season with an undisclosed injury. Ristreinen left training in the early hours of October 12, the day before the season opener, but manager John Tortorella said the injury was lingering.

Tortorella said on Monday that Ristreinen is expected to travel with the Flyers (2-0-0) in a three-game trip that starts with the Tampa Bay Lightning on Tuesday, but Ristreinen will play in either. Said I don’t know if the game. Philadelphia will visit the Florida Panthers on Wednesday and the Nashville Predators on Saturday.

Last season, Ristreinen scored 16 points (2 goals, 14 assists) in 66 games and averaged 21:26 ice time.

Flyers recall forward Zach McEwen defense man Louis Belpedio From the Lehigh Valley of the American Hockey League on Monday. McEwen scored nine goals (three goals and six assists) in 75 games last season. Belpedio’s last NHL play was with the Minnesota Wild in 2020-21.

Forward Cam Atkinson (Upper), who also missed the first two games, will not be participating in this trip. — Adam Kimmelman

vancouver canucks

Tucker Poolman was ill and did not play against the Washington Capitals on Monday, but the defense was able to participate in an optional morning skate and play for the Columbus Blue Jackets on Tuesday.

Poolman didn’t practice on Sunday after losing 3-2 after the first period in Philadelphia on Saturday.

“He was feeling good today and wanted to skate,” said Vancouver coach Bruce Boudreau. “…he was really sick, so we’ll see how he does today. I’m not going to play with him today as a precaution, but I think I’m eligible to play tomorrow.I feel good skating in the morning.”

defense man Noah Julsen It replaced Poolman in the lineup.

Forward Ilya Mikheev (Lower body) Although he didn’t face Washington, Boudreau said he could make his season debut on Thursday either in Columbus or the Minnesota Wild. Travis Dermott (concussion) and Tyler Myers (Lower body) has been skating in Vancouver and is improving.

“both [were] Yesterday’s skating was much better than the day before, so it’s very encouraging,” Boudreau said. — Tom Gritty

new york rangers

Sammy Blaze He played his first regular season game in nearly a year when the New York Rangers hosted the Anaheim Ducks at Madison Square Garden on Monday.

The forward missed the first three games of the season with an upper body injury after suffering a torn ACL in his right knee against the New Jersey Devils on November 14, 2021, and missed all but 14 games last season. .

Brace played on the right wing alongside the left wing Jimmy Vesey and center Philip Chitil After practicing there on Sunday.

“He wanted to play, but we talked to him as coaches and said, ‘Sammy, we’re not going to put you in there when you’re not ready to play. The last thing we want is you. Rangers coach Gerard Gallant said Sunday: “It’s a small setback, but he hasn’t played in 10 months, so what he really wants to play is I understand, he’s ready to go now, he feels good, he’s strong.”

Bryce has scored 39 points (17 goals and 22 assists) in 133 NHL games for the St. Louis Blues and Rangers.

“I haven’t played a regular season game in a while. It’s a shame I got hurt just before the season,” Blaise said. “I felt really good on the ice today so I’m just looking forward to it. [Monday].”

but Vitaly Kravtsov (Upper body) Practice with a non-contact jersey, Ryan Carpenter (upper body) I didn’t. Gallant said each forward every day. Neither played on Monday. — Dan Rosen

boston bruins

Dan Renouf He made his season debut on Monday against the Panthers.

change of defense Brandon Carlois out due to an upper body injury in a collision with an Arizona Coyote forward. Liam O’Brien During the first period of Saturday’s 6-3 victory.

Renouf was recalled by the Providence of American Hockey League on Sunday. The 28-year-old joined the Detroit Reds on Monday with the Wings and the Colorado Avalanche in three seasons where he has 23 games in his NHL experience.

“I think I’m just going to play my own game, which is solid, error-free and difficult to play against,” Renouf said. “That’s what got me here and I have to show it every night at this level.”

A left-hander, Renouf played the right flank in pairs. Jakub Zuboril.

Bruins coach Jim Montgomery said, “I know how smart and composed he is and how well he manages the game. I hope you can help us out.”