Andrei Loktionov News
Loktionov (lower-body) left Monday's game early and did not return -- Questionable for Tuesday.
Loktionov, who was acquired at the trade deadline in the Tuomo Ruutu trade, has enjoyed his early time in Carolina. He went from cycling in and out of the lineup in Jersey, to playing on the top line with Eric Staal in Raleigh. He has three goals and three assists in his last seven games, but could be held out of Tuesday's game in Pittsburgh. Monitor his status during pre-game warmups.
The Devils have traded Andrei Loktionov and a conditional 2017 third-round pick to the Hurricanes for Tuomo Ruutu.
Loktionov, 23, is a former Los Angeles King who was in his second season with the Devils. He had recorded four goals and eight assists (12 points) in 48 games with New Jersey this season.
Andrei Loktionov out; Ryan Carter in.
Loktionov has one assist and is a minus-1 while averaging 14:10 TOI in four games.
Loktionov will play tonight.
Loktionov sat out the Devils last two games with an undisclosed injury. He will return to the lineup tonight and likely play on the right side of Henrique and Kovalchuk.
DeBoer said Loktionov will not play tonight.
Loktionov will miss his second straight game with an unspecified injury. Tim Sestito was recalled from Albany, so he will slide into Loktionov's spot in the lineup.
Elias will shift to center tonight. DeBoer said Loktionov is day to day.
DeBoer did not specify the nature of Loktionov's injury. He will not play tonight vs. Montreal.
Loktionov left Friday's game early in the first period and was not expected to return.
The Devils would not release the details of his injury during the game.
Loktionov will center for Henrique and Kovalchuk
Loktionov wanted to be traded from Los Angeles so he could get a chance to play in the NHL... Well this is his shot he will play on the Devils top line with Kovalchuk and his former Windsor Spitfires teammate Adam Henrique. Loktionov has a goal and two assists in his last three games. He is a crafty player and could thrive on this top-line. Keep an eye on him a jump on him if he continues to play well.
Andrei Loktionov, set to make Devils debut, is wearing Mattias Tedenby's old No. 21.
Loktionov is currently making his Devils debut vs. Ottawa. He is a skilled player and if put in the right situation, he could produce. However it remains to be seen how much ice he will see.
#NJD Devils have sent C Andrei Loktionov back to Albany (AHL), so there is your corresponding roster move for Ponikarovsky trade.
Loktionov wanted to be traded from Los Angeles so he could get a chance to play in the NHL but was sent down as fast as he was called up.
Devils place Zubrus on IR. Loktionov recalled.
Loktionov was acquired on Feb. 6 from the Los Angeles Kings for a 5th Round draft pick. Loktionov could make his Devils debut on Friday when they take on the Flyers.
Devils acquire center Andrei Loktionov from L.A. Kings for fifth round draft pick in 2013
Loktionov is not expected to be fantasy relevant in his new home.
Loktionov expected to meet team in Vancouver.
Loktionov is recalled but probably won't play if Jeff Carter is healthy.
Andrei Loktionov is not on the ice this morning, so it’s all but certain that he’s headed to Manchester.
Loktionov's struggles have mirrored that of the Kings. In 39 games, he scored three goals and seven points.
Loktionov and Martinez in warmups.
Expect Loktionov to play tonight after being a healthy scratch yesterday. He has four assists in 30 games.
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