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Date Player
9/26/2016 Marian Gaborik, LA, RW
Gaborik is leaving the World Cup of Hockey and will be out for eight weeks because of a foot injury.

Analysis: Team Europe general manager Miroslav Satan says Gaborik was injured during Sunday's 3-2 overtime win over Sweden in the tournament semifinals. He had 12 goals and 10 assists last season for the Kings, playing just 54 games in the regular season because of a knee injury.
9/26/2016 Brad Marchand, Bos, LW
The Bruins have signed Marchand to an eight-year, $49 million contract extension.

Analysis: The 28-year-old Marchand had a career-high 37 goals and 60 points last season. In seven NHL seasons - all with the Bruins - he has 153 goals and 136 assists. He was a member of Boston's Stanley Cup-winning team in 2011, with 11 goals in the playoffs, the second-most on the team, and he's been a valuable scorer for Team Canada in the hockey World Cup.
9/25/2016 Alexandre Fortin, Chi, LW
The Blackhawks agreed to terms with Fortin on a three-year contract Sunday.

Analysis: Fortin, 19, registered 43 points (19 goals, 24 assists) in 54 regular-season games with the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League's Rouyn-Noranda Huskies last season. He recorded 105 shots on goal, four game-winning goals and a plus-13 rating. The Laval, Quebec, native added four goals and three assists in 20 postseason games en route to the organization's first-ever President Cup championship. Fortin also notched three assists in five 2016 Memorial Cup contests.
9/24/2016 Jacob Trouba, Wpg, D
Trouba has requested a trade and will not be attending the Jets' training camp, his agent said Saturday.

Analysis: Trouba and the Jets have been embroiled in a contract dispute throughout the offseason, with the 22-year-old restricted free agent unhappy with the team's glut of right-side defensemen. Jets GM Kevin Cheveldayoff responded to the request with a statement saying "any decisions made regarding Jacob Trouba will be made in the best interest of the Winnipeg Jets hockey club." The standoff doesn't appear to be reaching a resolution anytime soon.
9/24/2016 Mark Stone, Ott, RW
Stone has been diagnosed with a concussion.

Analysis: Senators coach Guy Boucher said Saturday that Stone will be evaluated on a daily basis. The 24-year-old Stone had 23 goals and 38 assists in 75 games for the Senators last season. Ottawa opens the regular season at home against Toronto on Oct. 12.
9/24/2016 Frank Vatrano, Bos, C
The Bruins announced Saturday that Vatrano tore ligaments in his left foot while training. Vatrano will undergo a surgical repair by Dr. George Theodore at Massachusetts General Hospital on Monday. He is expected to need three months to recover.

Analysis: Vatrano had eight goals and three assists with 14 penalty minutes in 39 games last season for the Bruins. The 22-year-old also led the American Hockey League in goals in 2015-16 with 36 in 36 games. Vatrano also had 19 assists for 55 points with 22 penalty minutes and a plus-21 rating.
9/24/2016 Matt Murray, Pit, G
Murray is out three-to-six weeks with a broken hand. Penguins general manager Jim Rutherford announced the injury Saturday on the second day of training camp.

Analysis: Murray broke his right hand while playing for Team North America at the World Cup of Hockey. Murray said he jammed his thumb in North America's loss to Russia on Monday and was held out of its game on Wednesday. The 22-year-old went 15-6 with a 2.08 goals-against average and .923 save percentage in the playoffs last spring as the Penguins won the Stanley Cup. This injury makes it unlikely Murray will be available for opening night against the Capitals on Oct. 13.
9/23/2016 Ryan Sproul, Det, D
The Wings re-signed Sproul to a two-year contract Friday.

Analysis: Sproul, 23, played in 75 games for the Grand Rapids Griffins of the American Hockey League in the 2015-16 season and led all defenseman on the team in goals with 12. His 35 points ranked second among Grand Rapids defenseman during the regular season and his nine playoff points placed second on the team. The 6-foot-4, 206-pound Sproul has totaled 28 goals and 63 assists in 215 career games with the Griffins, while adding 14 points in 24 career playoff games.
9/21/2016 Dmitry Orlov, Was, D
The Capitals re-signed Orlov to a $2.57 million, one-year contract. General manager Brian MacLellan announced the deal Wednesday after Orlov finished practice with Russia at the World Cup of Hockey.

Analysis: The 25-year-old with offensive talent and a penchant for mistakes had eight goals and 21 assists for Washington last season. Orlov played all 82 games after missing the entire 2014-15 season with a wrist injury. Orlov showed he could stay healthy and boost the offense even if his risk and reward style got him into trouble. In 201 NHL games he has 14 goals and 46 assists.
9/21/2016 Colton White, NJ, D
The Devils signed White and forward Blake Speers to three-year, entry-level contracts on Wednesday.

Analysis: White, 19, was Speers' teammate for the last three seasons, where he led Greyhounds defensemen with a career-high nine goals and had career highs with 26 assists and 35 points while playing in 68 games. He was named an alternate captain last season and scored one goal and two assists in 12 OHL playoff games. White was selected by the Devils in the fourth round (97th overall) in the 2015 draft.
9/21/2016 Blake Speers, NJ, C
The New Jersey Devils signed Speers and defenseman Colton White to three-year, entry-level contracts on Wednesday.

Analysis: Speers, 19, spent the last three seasons with Sault Ste. Marie of the Ontario Hockey League, where he led the team in scoring with career highs in all offensive categories -- 26 goals, 48 assists and 74 points -- while playing in all 68 games. He was named team captain last season and recorded six goals and four assists in 12 OHL playoff games. Speers was selected in the third round (67th overall) by the Devils in the 2015 NHL draft.
9/17/2016 Tyler Seguin, Dal, C
Seguin has a hairline fracture in his heel after playing for Team Canada in preparation for the World Cup of Hockey. The Stars said Saturday the fracture was detected during an MRI exam on Friday, and that Seguin will be re-evaluated in a week.

Analysis: Seguin was an All-Star last season, when he had 33 goals and 40 assists in 72 regular-season games before his left Achilles tendon was cut by a skate. He appeared in only one playoff game while the Stars advanced to the second round.

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