Injury notes: Kadri, Strom, Lin

Nazim Qadri He’s back in Denver for further assessment according to Colorado Avalanche coach Jared Bednar, who spoke with reporters including Peter Pugh from The Athletic today. The injured attacker has already been disqualified for the rest of the series and reportedly Dealing with a broken thumb May require surgery.

This means that it is possible that the suspended free striker has already played his last game for Colorado, but his teammate Jack Johnson knows that He will do “everything he can to get back” as soon as possible. The avalanche has a chance to sweep the Edmonton Oilers tonight, something that could give them more than a week off, given reports out today that the Stanley Cup Final is set to start on June 15 or 18.

  • Ryan Strom He will return to the New York Rangers squad tomorrow evening, according to the head coach Gerard Galant, who told reporters including NHL.com’s Dan Rosen that he “should be fine to go.” Strom left yesterday’s game partially during the second half and finished with just over seven minutes of icy time in the loss. Rangers are looking to dominate the series before they go home to play Game Five and Strom has been a huge part of their success so far. The suspended free agent position averages nearly 19 minutes per night and has eight points from 17 games.
  • Patrick Lin fully recovering from his back injury, According to Brian Heidegger of The Columbus Dispatch,, although there are no further updates on a potential contract. Laine has played only 56 games this season for the Blue Jackets, but he was exceptional, scoring 26 goals (including seven match winners) and 56 points. The 24-year-old will become a restricted free agent this summer after his $7.5 million one-year contract expires for 2021-22.

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