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The Daily: Bruins D Man Injured vs. Red Wings; Devils Lose Hughes



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The New Jersey Devils have lost Jack Hughes for the season

The Boston Bruins acquired Hampus Lindholm at the trade deadline with the idea that he will help in the playoffs and be a fixture on their defense for years to come.

The Bruins have some concern after Hampus Lindholm suffered a lower-body injury in the second period. They think he will OK, but won’t know for sure until he is x-rayed.

“I don’t know. It’s a lower-body. He left the game, didn’t come back,”  Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy said. “When you don’t come back there’s usually going to be an X-ray or an MRI. He seemed OK in there, so I don’t think it’s serious.”

The news isn’t as good for the New Jersey Devils. The New Jersey Devils will be without leading scorer Jack Hughes for the rest of the season thanks to low-grade left MCL sprain suffered against the New York Islanders on Sunday.

In Case You Missed It

Dylan Larkin scored his 30th and Alex Nedeljkovic made 47 saves to lead the Detroit Red Wings to a 5-3 win against the Boston Bruins. That halted Detroit’s six-game losing streak.

Michael Rasmussen is figuring out how to be successful as a feisty third-line center.

Carter Mazur of Denver University has quickly become one of the Detroit Red Wings top forward prospects.

Hot Wings

Defenseman Moritz Seider (5-40-45 in 70 GP) is the second rookie defenseman in the past 25 years to record 40 assists in a season, following Vancouver’s Quinn Hughes (45 in 2019-20). Only two other rookie D men in Red Wings history to hit the 40-assist mark: Nicklas Lidstrom (49 in 1991-92) and Reed Larson (41 in 1977-78).

Cold Wings

Joe Veleno, still trying to show the Red Wings he can contribute offensively, has no points in his past seven games

Hockey Now Network

NYI: New York Islanders goalie Ilya Sorokin has returned from the injured list after missing four games.

Calgary: Calgary Flames winger Johnny Gaudreau, based on how he has played this season, has increased his value as a potential UFA.

Colorado: The Colorado Avalanche  signed defenseman Kurtis MacDermid to a two-year contract averaging $987,500.

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Montreal: Montreal Canadiens forward Brendan Gallagher  accused Senators forward Tim Stutzle of constant and ’embarrassing’ embellishment.

Vegas: If the Vegas Golden Knights  can stay healthy, their defense can be the NHL’s top puck-moving offensive blue line in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Of course, they need to qualify for the playoffs first.

San Jose: The San Jose Sharks signed defenseman Nick Cicek to an NHL contract.

Wash: The Washington Capitals held a players-only meeting to clear the air about why they aren’t playing well.

Vancouver: The Vancouver Canucks have started slowly too often this season.