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Sportsnet.ca

Why Smith, Senators will be extra cautious with Stützle’s minor injury

Senators head coach DJ Smith says that rookie Tim Stützle is doubtful for Thursday’s game, and explains why the staff will be extra cautious with him given his age, even though it’s a very minor, but nagging injury. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.

Last Word on Hockey

Ottawa Senators Tim Stützle Out

The Ottawa Senators have lost star rookie Tim Stützle for a brief period of time due to a minor injury. He is currently day-to-day. Ottawa is 1-1 so far, but this injury doesn’t help their chances in the short-term. TSN’s Brent Wallace announced the injury early Tuesday morning. Tim Stützle is out with a minor […] The post Ottawa Senators Tim Stützle Out appeared first on Last Word On Hockey.

Sportsnet.ca

Senators’ Tim Stützle day-to-day with minor injury, won’t play vs. Jets

The Ottawa Senators say rookie forward Tim Stützle is day-to-day with a minor injury and won’t suit up for Tuesday night’s matchup vs. Winnipeg Jets. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.

Winnipeg Sun

Laine remains out, Brossoit gets start in goal as Jets visit Senators

Sniper Patrik Laine will miss his second straight game for the Winnipeg Jets Tuesday night when they visit the Ottawa Senators in the nation’s capital. Laine is suffering from an upper body injury that kept him out of Monday’s 3-1 loss to the Toronto Maple Leafs on Monday. He’s listed as day-to-day, got treatment on Tuesday and might be an option to play in Ottawa on Thursday. ...

Winnipeg Sun

JETS SNAPSHOTS: Laine sits another day … Jets embrace baseball-style series with Sens

The Patrik Laine watch continued Tuesday in the nation’s capital, with the star Winnipeg Jets winger going to the rink again but not getting in the lineup for a second straight night. Laine is suffering from an upper-body injury that kept him out of Monday’s 3-1 loss to the Toronto Maple Leafs and Tuesday’s game against the Senators. He’s listed as day-to-day and he might be an option to play on...

Toronto Sun

Maple Leafs' Nick Robertson out at least four weeks

Bit of a manic Monday morning for the Maple Leafs. In no short order for the Leafs, who play host to the Winnipeg Jets on Monday night at Scotiabank Arena: Coach Sheldon Keefe said forward Nick Robertson will be out “at least four weeks” with a knee injury after the 19-year-old was hurt on Saturday night against the Ottawa Senators. With Robertson on the sideline, forward Pierre Engvall was reassigned...

Toronto Sun

Jumbo Joe scores as Maple Leafs post win over Senators

While Joe Thornton became the oldest forward in team history ever to score, the youngest player on the club was lost to injury. The latter event, an opening-period knee injury to rookie Nick Robertson in his first regular season game for the Maple Leafs, took a little shine off Toronto’s 3-2 win over the Senators Saturday at Canadian Tire Centre. The Leafs come home with a Bytown split — and a few...

Sportsnet.ca

Maple Leafs’ Nick Robertson leaves game vs. Senators with knee injury

Toronto Maple Leafs rookie forward Nick Robertson suffered a knee injury in his NHL regular season debut Saturday night and will miss the remainder of the game. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.

Last Word on Hockey

Toronto Maple Leafs Lose Nicholas Robertson

Toronto Maple Leafs rookie forward Nicholas Robertson injured his knee during Saturday’s game against the Ottawa Senators. There isn’t a timeline for his return from injury, but Leafs coach Sheldon Keefe said he will miss some time and will undergo an MRI scan. Keefe says Robertson is going to miss some time. Not sure on […] The post Toronto Maple Leafs Lose Nicholas Robertson appeared first on Last Word On Hockey.

Pension Plan Puppets

Nick Robertson leaves his regular season debut

Photo by Mark Blinch/NHLI via “Knee” is all we know. Nick Robertson has left the Maple Leafs game vs the Ottawa Senators with an injury. He did not return after the first period ended. The game was Robertson’s regular season debut after playing four playoff games in the summer. Nick Robertson (knee) will not return tonight vs Ottawa.— Leafs PR (@LeafsPR) January 17, 2021 The play was a hit by Drake Batherson along the boards. Nick Robertson played 2:19 with no special teams minutes. Nick Robertson is done for the night after this collision...

Ottawa Sun

Senators acquire forward Paquette and defenceman Coburn from Lightning

Pierre Dorion had a busy Sunday doing more work on the Ottawa Senators’ roster. The Senators general manager acquired a second-round pick in 2022 plus defenceman Braydon Coburn and forward Cedric Paquette from the Tampa Bay Lightning in exchange for the contracts of Marian Gaborik and goalie Anders Nilsson. Gaborik and Nilsson aren’t going to play this season and both were placed long-term injury reserve...

The Hockey Writers

Lightning Trade Paquette & Coburn to Senators for Gaborik & Nilsson

The Tampa Bay Lightning have traded forward Cedric Paquette, defenceman Braydon Coburn and a 2022 second-round pick to the Ottawa Senators for forward Marian Gaborik and goaltender Anders Nilsson. Shortly after the trade, the Lightning announced that both players would be placed on long-term injury reserve (LTIR) and be unavailable for the 2020-21 season. Paquette […] The post Lightning Trade Paquette & Coburn to Senators for Gaborik & Nilsson appeared first on The Hockey Writers.       

Last Word on Hockey

Tim Stützle Signs ELC With Ottawa Senators

Tim Stützle, the 3rd overall pick in the 2020 NHL entry draft has signed an entry-level contract with the Ottawa Senators. Expected to make an immediate impact with the Senators, he tallied 34 points over 41 games with the Mannheim Eagles. After suffering a broken hand and needing surgery in October, Stuetzle has returned to […] The post Tim Stützle Signs ELC With Ottawa Senators appeared first on Last Word On Hockey.

No. 9/100: MacArthur plays hero in OT, Senators eliminate Bruins and advance to 2nd round

After such a injury plagued couple of years, Clark MacArthur becomes the Game 6 hero scoring the overtime winner to eliminate the Boston Bruins, and advance the Ottawa Senators to Round 2. ----------------------------------------------

Karlsson back on the ice, runs drills at Senators practice

Ottawa Senators captain Erik Karlsson attends practice and runs some drills despite trying to get back to health after off-season surgery on his foot.