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Toronto Maple Leafs
Leafs head coach Sheldon Keefe announced that goaltender Jack Campbell will be given the start Saturday night in the 'Battle of Ontario' Saturday night in Ottawa. Starter Frederick Andersen will start the second game of the team's back-to-back in Buffalo Sunday night.
Additionally, the Maple Leafs have loaned both forward Pontus Aberg and goaltender Michael Hutchinson to the Toronto Marlies of the AHL. Both cleared waivers Friday
Jets head coach Paul Maurice confirmed Friday morning that defencemen Tucker Poolman and Luca Sbisa will be returning to the lineup tonight versus the San Jose Sharks. Defencemen Anthony Bitetto and Sami Niku will come out of the lineup.
Poolman will be paired with Kulikov and Bealieu will be paired with Sbisa.
The Buffalo Sabres announced today that they have placed veteran defenceman Zach Bogosian on wavers.
The 29-year old Bogosian has recorded just one goal and four assists through 19 games this season. The Sabres, who sit 11 points back of the final-wild card spot in the Eastern Conference, have won three of their last four games.
New York Rangers
The Rangers announced Friday that they have recalled defenceman Joey Keane from their AHL affiliate Hartford Wolf Pack on the heels of Marc Stall's inability to dress due to an illness.
The Chicago native has 28 points through 48 games with Hartford and recorded an assist in their Feb. 5 game against the Springfield Thunderbirds.
The Avalanche recalled forward TJ Tynan from their AHL affiliate Colorado Eagles.
Through 39 games with the 11th-placed Eagles, the Orland Park, Ill., native has recorded 36 assists and four goals.
Canadiens forward Nate Thompson is battling the flu and will be a game time decision Friday night against the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Forward Paul Byron will also be out tonight as Canadiens coach Claude Julien conformed Friday afternoon.
Boston Bruins GM Don Sweeny announced Friday that have signed defenceman Jeremy Lauzon to a two-year extension through the 2021-22 season with an annual cap hit of $850,000.
The 22-year-old second-round pick from Val D'or, Que., has two goals through 23 NHL games.
Previously, Lauzon spent four seasons with Rouyn-Noranda of the QMJHL where he recorded 130 points in 200 games.