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|10/24/2016||Corey Crawford, Chi, G|
|Crawford made 29 saves through regulation and overtime and another six in the shootout before allowing former teammate Kris Versteeg's seventh-round goal in Monday's 3-2 home loss to the Flames.
Analysis: Monday's performance was Crawford's best of the season after posting a 3.34 GAA and .886 save percentage in his first four starts. The Blackhawks are off until Friday, when they visit New Jersey. Crawford has one win in four career starts against the Devils and had a 4.59 GAA in losing both matchups last year.
|10/24/2016||Patrick Kane, Chi, RW|
|Kane scored in Monday's 3-2 shootout loss to the Flames.
Analysis: Kane's goal was his second of the season and he now has eight points. The Blackhawks are off until Friday, when they visit New Jersey. In two games against the Devils last season, Kane had two goals and an assist.
|10/24/2016||Jonathan Toews, Chi, C|
|Toews was held off the scoresheet in Monday's 3-2 shootout loss to the Flames.
Analysis: Toews, Chicago's captain, has just two assists in seven games after averaging 28 goals and 35 assists during his previous nine NHL seasons. Part of the reason for his slow start may be as simple as letting a relationship with new linemates Tyler Motte and Richard Panik develop. The Blackhawks are off until Friday, when they visit New Jersey. In 11 career games against the Devils, Toews has two goals and seven assists.
|10/24/2016||Brian Campbell, Chi, D|
|Campbell scored his first goal of the season in Monday's 3-2 shootout loss to the Flames.
Analysis: Campbell was coming off a three-assist performance - his first since March 15, 2012.
|10/24/2016||Kris Versteeg, Cgy, RW|
|Versteeg scored the shootout winner in the seventh round in Monday's 3-2 victory at Chicago.
Analysis: The Flames are back on the ice on Tuesday in St. Louis - their second game in four days against the Blues. Versteeg scored his first two goals of the season in Saturday's 6-4 home loss to St. Louis.
|10/24/2016||Brian Elliott, Cgy, G|
|Elliott had his best game for the Flames on Monday, stopping 32 shots in regulation and overtime and another seven in the shootout in a 3-2 win at Chicago.
Analysis: Elliott had surrendered 14 goals while posting an .839 save percentage in losing his first three starts for Calgary. The Flames are in St. Louis on Tuesday, and Elliott got the night off when Calgary hosted his former team just last Saturday, a 6-4 loss.
|10/24/2016||Alexander Radulov, Mon, RW|
|Radulov finished with one goal, two assists, five hits, and he drew a penalty in the second period as the Canadiens beat the Flyers 3-1 on Monday.
Analysis: Radulov, who last played in the NFL in 2012, could stand to shoot more. He's only put 11 shots on net in six games.
|10/24/2016||Carey Price, Mon, G|
|Price made 31 saves for his third consecutive win to start the season as the Canadiens beat the Flyers 3-1 on Monday.
Analysis: With 82 shots faced, Price has only allowed five goals - an unsurprisingly great start from one of the game's best.
|10/24/2016||Steve Mason, Phi, G|
|Mason stopped 30 of 32 shots in the Flyers' 3-1 loss to the Canadiens on Monday.
Analysis: Mason gave up nine goals on 72 shots in his first three games, but he's allowed only five on 62 shots in his last two.
|10/24/2016||Derek Dorsett, Van, RW|
|Dorsett did not play Sunday against Anaheim due to an undisclosed injury.
Analysis: Dorsett has one assist and seven penalty minutes in five games this season.
|10/24/2016||Alexandre Burrows, Van, RW|
|Burrows sat out Sunday's game against Anaheim with an undisclosed injury.
Analysis: Burrows is pointless in five games this season, registering just three shots.
|10/24/2016||Jeff Skinner, Car, LW|
|Skinner is dealing with an undisclosed injury.
Analysis: His immediate status is uncertain.
|10/24/2016||Anton Khudobin, Bos, G|
|Khudobin became the latest Boston Bruins goaltender to get injured Monday.
Analysis: Khudobin skated over to the Bruins bench at Warrior Ice Arena just before practice and had his right arm or wrist attended to by the training staff. The goaltender then left the ice and didn't return. The Bruins were already without Tuukka Rask, who has been out since Oct. 20 against the New Jersey Devils because of an undisclosed injury. Heading into their home game against the Minnesota Wild on Tuesday, the Bruins don't know who will be their starting goalie.
|10/24/2016||Jason Spezza, Dal, C|
|Spezza is dealing with an undisclosed injury,
Analysis: Continue to monitor the veteran's progress.
|10/24/2016||Ales Hemsky, Dal, RW|
|The Stars placed Hemsky on injured reserve on Monday.
Analysis: Hemsky, 33, sustained a groin injury playing for Team Czech Republic during the World Cup of Hockey and was activated by the Stars last Saturday after he missed the team's first four games. He aggravated the groin injury during that night's game against the Columbus Blue Jackets, during which he logged 15:32 of ice time and took one shot on net.
|10/24/2016||Linus Ullmark, Buf, G|
|The Sabres have recalled Ullmark from their AHL affiliate in Rochester.
Analysis: Robin Lehner will miss Tuesday's game at Philadelphia with an illness, so Ullmark will back up Anders Nilsson.
|10/24/2016||Anders Nilsson, Buf, G|
|Buffalo Sabres starting goalie Robin Lehner is sidelined with an illness, which means backup Nilsson will make his season debut at Philadelphia on Tuesday night.
Analysis: Buffalo gave up a fifth-round pick in the 2017 draft to acquire Nilsson in a trade with St. Louis in July. He has a 19-22-4 record over three NHL seasons split between three teams, including the New York Islanders and Edmonton Oilers.
|10/24/2016||Robin Lehner, Buf, G|
|Lehner is sidelined with an illness, which means backup goalie Anders Nilsson will make his season debut at Philadelphia on Tuesday night.
Analysis: Coach Dan Bylsma provided the update after Lehner missed practice Monday. Bylsma said Lehner was "feeling under the weather," and not scheduled to travel with the team.
|10/24/2016||Matt Irwin, Nsh, D|
|The Nashville Predators Irwin from Milwaukee of the American Hockey League on Monday.
Analysis: Irwin, 28, has played in four games for the Admirals this season, recording one assist and four penalty minutes. He leads the team in shots on goal with 16. The Victoria, British Columbia, native has played in 155 career NHL games with San Jose (2012-15) and Boston (2015-16), recording 50 points (16 goals, 34 assists).
|10/24/2016||Malcolm Subban, Bos, G|
|The Bruins have recalled Subban from AHL Providence on an emergency basis.
Analysis: With Tuukka Rask having missed the last two games with an undisclosed injury, Subban - the younger brother of Predators defenseman P.K. Subban - could serve as the backup to Anton Khudobin for Boston's upcoming games. The Bruins face Minnesota and the Rangers on consecutive nights beginning Tuesday.
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