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Toronto fans will get their first regular season look at their new No. 1 netminder on Wednesday, as Frederik Andersen starts in goal against Ottawa. Andersen, acquired from Anaheim in June then immediately signed to a five-year, $25 million deal had a scare during the offseason, when he suffered an upper-body injury playing 
Hutton gets valuable practice time with top defensive pair.
Ryan Reaves expects to lose weight every training camp, but it didn’t happen last year. A knee injury that kept him off the ice was partly to blame, but over the next seven months it never came off.
Dunn, team's top pick in '15 draft, gets back on ice after injury, then gets sent to Chicago; Blues play Hawks tonight
Blues announce that the left winger has an upper-body injury and will be held out of preseason games against Dallas and Chicago.