The Coyotes have acquired Carl Soderberg from the Avalanche for Kevin Connauton and a 2020 third-round pick.
Soderberg, who has one-year left at $4.75M AAV, set a new career-high with 23 goals last season while adding 26 assists (49 points) in 82 games with Colorado. Heading to Arizona means that he will likely remain in a second-line centre role behind Derek Stepan and shutdown centre Brad Richardson.
Soderberg (illness) will be back in the Colorado lineup on Saturday.
Soderberg (illness) will miss his second straight game.
Soderberg (illness) will be a game-time decision on Tuesday.
Soderberg is fighting an illness so his status for Tuesday’s game in Chicago is in doubt. If Soderberg can’t play then Dominic Toninato will step in for Colorado’s third line centre.
Soderberg (personal) will miss the next two games.
Soderberg is with his wife as they expect the birth of their child so he will not play in either of Colorado’s two games in Sweden. With Soderberg out, Colin Wilson (undisclosed) will draw back into the Avalanche lineup.
Soderberg will draw into the lineup on Saturday.
Soderbergh will be a healthy scratch for the second straight game.
After a breakout 2015-16 season, Soderberg has struggled mightily in 2016-17. The 31-year-old has scored just five goals with six assists (11 points) in 59 games and tonight he will sit for the second straight game.
The Avalanche signed Carl Soderberg to a five-year deal worth $23.75M.
Colorado acquired Soderberg’s rights from the Bruins on Thursday and got the pending unrestricted free agent under contract prior to this evening’s draft. Soderberg had 13 goals and 31 assists (44 points) in 82 games with Boston a season ago. His new deal hints that the Avalanche are likely to ship Ryan O’Reilly out of town.
The Avalanche acquired Carl Soderberg from the Bruins for a 2016 6th round pick.
Soderberg, who was set to become an unrestricted free agent on July 1st, had his rights traded to Colorado on Thursday. The Avalanche did not waste any time by signing the 29-year-old forward to a five-year deal.
Soderberg missed the Bruins' morning skate, but will be available for game 4 tonight.
Head coach Claude Julien completely shook up the Bruins lines this morning, so there is no word on where Soderberg will slot into the lineup tonight.
Soderberg (personal) is back in the Bruins lineup Saturday.
Soderberg missed Thursday's game because of the birth of his daughter, but he will be back in this afternoon vs. the Flyers .
Soderberg (personal) will not play on Thursday.
Soderberg will miss tonight's contest because of the birth of his child. Soderberg has a four-game point streak (3G / 2A) and a total of 46 points (16G / 30A) in 68 games this season.
Soderberg (head) will play tonight.
Soderberg missed the last two games with a head injury that he suffered last Friday. He has been solid, recording 19 points (5G / 14A) in 32 games this season.
Source: DJ Bean 01/2/14, 7:20 am EST
Claude Julien said Carl Soderberg/Dougie Hamilton should be in lineup tomorrow after being given "full go" from medical staff
Soderberg indicated that he did not suffer a concussion in his collision with Erik Karlsson and will be good to return tomorrow.
Soderberg (upper-body) is skating at the Bruins morning skate.
The Bruins recalled Nick Johnson this morning suggesting that Soderberg will not play, but monitor his status following the morning skate.
Soderberg (undisclosed) did not travel to Ottawa and won't play tonight.
Soderberg was injured late on Friday's game in Boston and won't be available for the second game of the home-and-home with the Senators. He will be replaced by Nick Johnson.
Source: @NHLBruins 12/28/13, 6:51 am EST
Carl Soderberg making his 2013-14 season debut tonight.
It will be Soderberg's first game action since Sept 27 preseason game when he injured his ankle. He will skate on the third line with Chris Kelly and Brad Marchand.
Source: @NHLBruins 10/19/13, 3:13 pm EST
Soderberg skated again today and head coach Claude Julien said he is "progressing extremely well" and should be considered day-to-day.
Consider Sodergberg questionable for Thursday's game against the Avalanche.
Source: @NHLBruins 10/8/13, 9:53 am EST
Coach Claude Julien said Carl Söderberg skated earlier today though he did not join the team on the ice for practice.
Apparently Söderberg did actually skate this morning, just not with his Bruins teammates. This is a good sign that his recovery is going well. He could return to the lineup on Thursday.
Source: @NHLBruins 10/7/13, 8:56 am EST
Soderberg (ankle) is not practicing again this morning.
Soderberg has missed the first two games of the season. The Bruins next game is not until Thursday, so he has some time to get back on the ice.
Source: @DJ_Bean 10/7/13, 7:03 am EST