NHL Roundup: Big names injured, Rangers offseason trade dilemma, PK Subban COVID message, and more

By Anthony Scultore
Mar 2, 2021; New York, New York, USA; New York Rangers right wing Pavel Buchnevich (89) celebrates after scoring a goal against the Buffalo Sabres at 28 seconds of the first period at Madison Square Garden. Mandatory Credit: Bruce Bennett-POOL PHOTOS-USA TODAY Sports

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Here’s a quick round up of stories for you.

Dylan Larkin out for the season and Alex Ovechkin hurting

The NHL always claims its fair share of players to the injury list. It’s a tough sport played on a sheet of ice with sticks in hand and knives on your feet. Injuries are basically inevitable. Here’s the latest injury news from around the league.

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NHL Rumors: Rangers will have a tough decision to make this offseason

The Blueshirts were all but mathematically eliminated yesterday from the playoffs with Boston’s win over the Sabres and their loss to the Flyers. New York’s well known secret is that they are looking to trade for a game breaker at center. The primary target is disgruntled superstar Jack Eichel. But who to trade?

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P.K. Subban announces he has COVID

New Jersey Devils star defenseman P.K. Subban announced on social media that he has COVID-19. “Alright Subbanator here – this COVID got right in my kitchen,” he said while looking like he was sitting in his tub. “This COVID thing hit me pretty hard but just battling though it. Just remember to take care of yourselves… and I definitely will be back in the mix soon. What’s up kids.”

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NHL Scores from 4/22/21

All of yesterday’s NHL action here.