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5 Total Updates since January 27, 2013
3 months ago Update 1 comment
As of this morning, the NHL's media site now shows Patrick Hornqvist as having returned to the Nashville Predators' active roster, restoring them to 23 players (Brian McGrattan is still considered to be on the regular roster even as he skates in Milwaukee on a conditioning assignment).
This comes in time for today's 2:00 p.m. start at Colorado, so we'll have to see where he slots into the lineup.
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3 months ago Update 6 comments
Preds' hockey communications manager Kevin Wilson brings the news:
Patric Hornqvist is on the plane to Denver. He's expected to be activated from Injured Reserve tomorrow morning.— KWilsonPreds (@KWilsonPreds) February 17, 2013
Hornqvist hasn't played since January 26th at Anaheim, and his return should bring a much-needed boost to the forward lines.
3 months ago Update 5 comments
Josh Cooper brings positive news on the injury front, starting with a report that he's skating again. In addition...
Trotz added that he hoped Hornqvist would join the rest of the team for drills next week. Once that happens, he estimated Nashville's leading goal scorer from last year could get back to games in five-to-seven days.
Tuesday night after the Sharks game Hornqvist walked through the assembled media that were waiting to do locker room interviews, and certainly didn't appear to have any noticeable limp or discomfort. We all know that the Predators could use his goal-scoring touch back in the lineup as soon as possible.
4 months ago Update 1 comment
Nashville Predators hockey communications manager Kevin Wilson brings the news:
So far, the Predators have yet to make a roster move as a consequence of this injury, but we'll keep a close eye on the situation as we see how the forward lines fare without Nashville's premier crease-crasher.
4 months ago Article 12 comments
With four playoff teams from last season waiting on the rest of the Preds' road trip, they'll have to face it without their best goal-scorer.
4 months ago Article 18 comments
Nashville's crease-crasher had a rough ride in the third period tonight against Anaheim, taking a slap shot off the right thigh before having a Duck fall into his left leg from behind.