Michael Cammalleri News
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The Oilers have acquired Michael Cammalleri from the Kings for Jussi Jokinen.
Cammalleri has registered three goals and four assists (seven points) in 15 games with the Kings this season. Jokinen never seemed to be a fit in Edmonton, so they get another veteran forward with offensive instincts. Cammalleri has put up solid numbers, even late in his career, but injuries have been an issue for him. The move should help both the Oilers scoring issues a little bit and gives Cammalleri a small fantasy boost.
The Kings have signed Mike Cammalleri to a one-year deal worth $1.0M.
The Kings have thinned out on the wing over the years and Cammalleri helps add some much needed scoring to their top-6. Even at 35-years-old, Cammalleri has posted consistent offensive numbers, but staying healthy has been a bugaboo for the veteran winger. During his three years in New Jersey, Cammalleri missed 75 games—or 30.5% of the games.
The Devils placed Michael Cammalleri on waivers for the purpose of a buyout.
Cammalleri had two years left on a five-year contract with an annual cap-hit of $5.0M. His buyout will save the Devils $3.33M against the cap in 2017-18. Cammalleri is a great point producer, even at the age of 35, but has had a very difficult time staying healthy, missing a combined 75 games over his three seasons in New Jersey.
Cammalleri (shoulder) has been upgraded to “day-to-day.”
Cammalleri has been out since March 2nd, but is nearing a return to the Devils’ lineup. Monitor Cammalleri’s status as the week progresses.
Cammalleri is week-to-week with an upper-body injury.
Cammalleri is expected to miss at least one week with an upper-body injury that he suffered while sliding into the boards awkwardly doing the Devils’ loss to Washington on Thursday. With Cammalleri out, the Devils will have to go with seven defensemen on Saturday night.
Cammalleri will be a healthy scratch on Saturday.
Cammalleri has not registered a point in the last three games and played just 13:20 TOI on Thursday and tonight he'll come out of the lineup completely. Joseph Blandisi will replace him and Beau Bennett is expected to take his spot on the second line.
Cammalleri (personal) will return to the Devils' lineup on Wednesday.
Cammalleri missed the last six games because he was with his daughter at the hospital as she dealt with a pneumonia. Cammalleri, who has six points (3G / 3A) in 12 games this season will play a key role in the Devils’ offence with Taylor Hall sidelined for a few more weeks.
Cammalleri (personal) will not travel with the team to start their four-game road trip.
Cammalleri has missed the last two games due to a personal matter and will not head out on the start of the Devils’ upcoming road-trip. He could join the team on the trip, but there’s no word when he is expected to play next.
Cammalleri (personal) will not play Friday in Buffalo.
Cammalleri took part in the Devils’ morning skate, but was a late scratch because of a personal reason. Cammalleri’s absence likely means that Devante Smith-Pelly will be back in the Devils’ lineup tonight.
Cammalleri (hand) will miss the rest of the regular season.
Cammalleri has been sidelined by a hand injury since January 26th and will miss the rest of the season. The Devils said that Cammalleri doesn’t need surgery, he just needs time. Cammalleri finishes the season with 46 points (17G / 29A) in 51 games.
Cammalleri (upper-body) will miss at least two games.
Cammalleri will not play on Tuesday and will be out until at least Saturday. With Cammalleri out, Joseph Blandisi will skate on the Devils’ first line.
The Devils have placed Mike Cammalleri (upper-body) on IR.
After playing just four games, Cammalleri finds himself on IR with a mysterious upper-body injury. With Cammalleri back out the Devils have recalled Joseph Blandisi from Albany (AHL). There is no word how long the veteran winger will be sidelined.
Cammalleri (upper-body) will return to the Devils lineup on Tuesday.
Cammalleri has missed the last eight games with an upper-body injury, but will be back in the lineup tonight vs. the Flames. Cammalleri has had a great season, posting 14 goals and 21 assists (35 points) in 38 games.
Cammalleri (hand) is expected to return to the Devils' lineup on Tuesday.