Per the Canadian Press, Mikhail Grabovski remained in New York City after Thursday night's game against the Rangers. He underwent testing for a possible stomach-related illness that Carlyle says has been an issue for about two years - that's right, Mikhail Grabovski put up two years of impressive performance through heartburn and "other discomfort." What a champ. It's unclear if Grabovski's fourth line ice time Thursday night was related to a flare-up of this illness, but it seems unlikely given his declining icetime throughout the season and given his strong performance in the Rangers game.
Oh, and it turns out that Lupul had "concussion related symptoms" that Carlyle says developed one to two days after the incident. Think of all the horror that could've happened if Carlyle had said they were screening him for concussion symptoms following the Flyers game. I mean, a whole lot of nothing might've happened. Glad we avoided it.
Your links for this weekend:
Best Moment Of The Week? - NHL.com
Phil Kessel's goal against Lundqvist is up for a poll. Go vote because loading internet polls is important.
Mirtle drops some knowledge, bringing math to the masses and drawing readership to reality.
Tyler Myers injury: Sabres defenseman out for the season with broken leg - SBNation.com
Tyler Myers broke his leg against Montreal. Good thing the Sabres' season was already over.
Avalanche will retire jersey of D Adam Foote at a ceremony next season - The Hockey News
52 will be a mile-and-a-bit high next season.
Hobey Baker winner Drew LeBlanc signs with Chicago Blackhawks | ProHockeyTalk
St. Cloud State's Drew LeBlanc won Hobey Baker and signed with the Hawks.
A+ Parenting. The kid'll bounce back.
Craig Anderson turns heel, butt-ends Devils’ Henrique in the face
I love dirty goalies. This is hilarious.
Leafs play the Habs tonight. Go Leafs go!