Kamenev will be back in the Avalanche lineup on Tuesday.
With Nazem Kadri out with a lower-body injury, Kamenev will play for the first time since January 20th. Kamenev, who will skate on the fourth line and likely PP2, has one goal and five assists (six points) in 23 games this season.
Source: Marc Moser 02/11/20, 1:56 pm EST
Kamenev will be a healthy scratch on Monday.
Kamenev played Saturday in New Jersey, collecting an assist in 9:37 TOI but will be a healthy scratch for the 12th time in 13 games on Monday. Valeri Nichushkin will return from illness to replace Kamenev.
Source: Marc Moser 01/6/20, 12:18 pm EST
Kamenev (illness) will be back in the Avalanche lineup on Saturday.
Kamenev missed the last two games with an illness but will replace Matt Calvert, who was granted a personal leave of absence, on Saturday night. Kamenev has just one goal and three assists in 15 games this season.
Source: Ryan Clark 12/7/19, 1:23 pm EST
Kamenev will not play Wednesday due to an illness.
Kamenev is day-to-day with an illness, which also makes him questionable to play Thursday in Montreal. Matt Calvert will return to the lineup on Wednesday and replace Kamenev.
Kamenev will make his season debut on Wednesday.
Source: Marc Moser 10/30/19, 1:29 pm EST
The Avalanche signed Vladislav Kamenev to a one-year extension worth $750K.
Kamenev only appeared in 25 combined games last year after suffering a shoulder injury in mid-December. Kamenev had just two goals and three assists (five points) in 23 games with the Avalanche and will likely start 2020 on their fourth line.
Kamenev (shoulder) is expected to miss the rest of the season.
Kamenev suffered a shoulder injury that will require surgery on Saturday and will likely miss the rest of the season according to head coach Jared Bednar. This is the second major injury that Kamenev has suffered in two years since being acquired from the Predators. A.J Greer was recalled from Colorado (AHL) to replace him on the roster.
Kamenev will be a healthy scratch on Tuesday.
Kamenev was in the lineup for 13 straight games, picking up two goals and three assists in the process. Tonight he will be replaced by Sven Andrighetto.
Source: Marc Moser 11/27/18, 1:44 pm EST
Kamenev will be back in Colorado’s lineup on Friday.
Kamenev was scratched on Wednesday but will replace Gabriel Bourque in the lineup on Friday. Kamenev has yet to record a point and has played just 8:47 TOI/GM through five games this season. He will centre the fourth line with Colin Wilson and Tyson Jost on his wings.
Kamenev is expected to draw into Colorado’s lineup on Thursday.
It will be Kamenev’s fourth appearance with the Avalanche after being acquired from the Predators last season. The 22-year-old had one assist in two games with Colorado (AHL) before he was called up last week.
The Avalanche recalled Vladislav Kamenev from Colorado (AHL).
Kamenev did not make the Avalanche out of training camp and headed to the Eagles (AHL) to start the season. The 22-year-old had one assist in two games but has been recalled with Gabriel Landeskog banged up.
Kamenev will be back in Colorado’s lineup on Thursday.
Kamenev will be a healthy scratch on Tuesday.
Kamenev played just 10:03 in his return to the Colorado lineup on Sunday but will be replaced by Colin Wilson (head) tonight in Chicago.
Kamenev will be back in the Colorado lineup on Sunday.
Kamenev suffered a broken arm in his Avalanche debut on Thursday; out indefinitely.
This is a tough break for Kamenev, who was getting a chance in the NHL with the Avalanche after being acquired in the Matt Duchene trade. Kamenev has had a nice start to the year in the AHL, but he’ll have to wait a while before returning to the NHL after breaking his arm just four minutes into his Colorado debut.
The Avalanche have recalled Vladislav Kamenev from San Antonio (AHL).
Kamenev, 21, was acquired in the Matt Duchene traded and has picked up four assists in four games with San Antonio since, bringing his season total to 12 points (3G / 8A) in 14 AHL games. Kamenev will likely make his Avalanche debut Thursday vs. the Capitals—he will skate with Sven Andrighetto and Nail Yakupov.
Source: Dan Weiss 11/15/17, 8:12 am EST
The Avalanche have acquired Vladislav Kamenev in a three-way trade with the Senators and Predators.
Kamenev, 21, was a second round pick in 2014 (No.42 overall) and started the season with Milwaukee (AHL) where he had eight points (3G / 5A) in nine games. Kamenev is NHL-ready, but the Predators were deep on the wing, so don’t be surprised if he gets a chance with the Avalanche in the near future. He has no points in two career NHL games.