The Finn shot into the dead corner Rasmus Andersson, Calgary Flames, while at the very end of the game on October 20, he shot towards the abandoned cage. Andersson also received a four-game suspension for his actions. In four games this season, Laine has one goal and one assist.
Make room for Laine, the young defender David Jiricek was sold to the Cleveland Monsters of the American League. According to journalist Aaron Portzline from Athletic, However, the Jackets’ 2022 first-round pick is set to return to the team after the Monsters’ game on Sunday against the Belleville Senators.
Jiricek has three points in 10 games so far this season. He was scratched from the Columbus lineup for the last two games.
Ryan Reaves removed from practice
Reaves only got 4:33 of ice time in the game against the Maple Leafs Calgary Flames Friday. He was on the ice Saturday morning for an optional training session with a defenseman Conor Timminswho is injured.
In 14 games with the Leafs, the colossus does not have a single goal or assist. He received 12 penalty minutes and recorded a differential of minus 11. His team went 11-0 in five-on-five play since the start of the campaign. He joined the team as a free agent this summer, signing a three-year contract that pays him an average annual salary of $4.05 million.
McMann appeared in 10 games with the Maple Leafs last season, recording one assist. In six games with the Marlies since the start of the year, the 27-year-old has collected two goals and an assist.
Holmberg hasn’t had a regular spot in the Maple Leafs lineup this year, as he has bounced between the Marlies and Maple Leafs several times during the first month of the season. No points in seven NHL games.
Lehkonen out for several weeks
The former Canadiens charged headfirst into the boards after a puck battle with Jamie Oleksiak. He left the game on a stretcher. In 12 games this season, the Finn collected eight points.
Samuel Fagemo returns to Los Angeles
The Los Angeles Kings waived forward Samuel Fagem from the Nashville Predators.
This is a return to the Kings organization for the 23-year-old power forward, who was the California team’s second-round pick, 50th overall, in 2019. The Swede was claimed by the Predators on October 2 of last year.
In four games this season, Fagemo scored one goal. He previously played 13 games in two seasons with the Kings, collecting three points.