The Avalanche have sent Kevin Connauton to Colorado (AHL).
Connauton did not appear in a game with the Avalanche during his call-up. With Ian Cole back from offseason hip surgery, Connauton was no longer needed as a reserve defenseman. He heads back to the Eagles, where he had no points, two PIMS and a minus-4 rating in two games.
Source: Ryan Clark 10/16/19, 4:44 pm EST
The Avalanche have acquired Kevin Connauton and a 2020 third-round pick from the Coyotes for Carl Soderberg.
Connauton appeared in 50 games with Arizona last season, posting just one goal and seven assists (eight points). The blueline is crowded right now in Colorado, so look for Connauton to serve as the No.6/7 defenseman for most of the 2020 campaign.
Connauton will draw into the Arizona lineup on Friday.
Connauton (undisclosed) is not expected to play on Friday.
Connauton is a little banged up and is not expected to play Friday vs. the Devils. Connauton will be replaced by Alex Goligoski, who returns after a one-game absence with an illness.
Connauton (illness) will be a game-time decision on Monday.
Connauton missed the last two games with an illness, but is expected to return to the Coyotes lineup on Monday. Connauton has two assists and 24 shots in 10 goals this season.
Source: Dave Vest 11/5/18, 1:10 pm EST
Connauton (illness) is probable to return to the Coyotes lineup on Monday.
Connauton has missed the last two games with flu-like symptoms, but is expected to play Monday vs. the Flyers. Connauton has actually had a decent start to the season, picking up two assists, a plus-8 rating and 24 shots on goal in his first 10 contests.
Connauton (illness) will be a game-time decision on Friday.
Connauton missed Tuesday’s game vs. the Senators and will be a game-time decision tonight vs. the Hurricanes. Connauton has two assists, a plus-8 rating and 24 shots in 10 games this season.
Source: Dave Vest 11/2/18, 2:42 pm EST
Connauton (illness) will not play on Tuesday.
The Coyotes signed Kevin Connauton to a two-year extension worth $2.75M ($1.375M AAV).
Connauton is coming off of his best season in the NHL, scoring 11 goals with 10 assists (21 points) in 73 games with the Coyotes. Connauton averaged just 15:11 TOI/GM, so expect him to serve as a third pairing defenseman again in 2019.
Connauton (lower-body) will not play Thursday vs. the Red Wings.
Connauton recorded a goal on 16:20 TOI in the Coyotes’ loss in Vegas on Tuesday, but must have suffered an injury in the contest. With Connauton sidelined on Thursday, Adam Clendening will draw into the lineup for his season debut.
Connauton (upper-body) will return to the lineup on Sunday.
Connauton left Thursday’s game with an upper-body injury and did not return.
Connauton played just 9:17 before departing last night’s loss in Buffalo. He was injured on a hit from Sabres’ forward Marcus Foligno and is listed as day-to-day. Don’t expect him to be in the lineup in Carolina on Friday night.
Connauton (lower-body) will make his season debut on Tuesday.
Connauton missed the Coyotes’ season opener with a lower-body injury, but will replace rookie Jakob Chychrun in the lineup on Tuesday. Connauton had 17 points (5G / 12A) in 65 games a season ago.
Connauton (lower-body) has resumed practicing with the team and could be ready for the season opener.
Connauton is dealing with what is believed to be a knee injury. He returned to practice recently, but no decision has been made on his availability for the season opener. Connauton is expected to play on the left side of the Coyotes’ third pairing.
The Coyotes have claimed Kevin Connauton off of waivers from the Blue Jackets.
Connauton (lower-body) is probable to return on Tuesday.
Connauton has missed the last six games with a lower-body injury, but has been cleared to play on Tuesday. Just because he has been cleared to play, doesn’t mean that he will, but he is available for coach Todd Richards.
Connauton (foot) will not play this weekend; listed as day-to-day.
Connauton will miss his second straight game tonight and will miss his third tomorrow vs. the Penguins. He is listed as day-to-day, so there is a chance that he could return next Tuesday vs. the Capitals.
Connauton will make his Blue Jackets debut on Friday.
The Blue Jackets claimed Connauton off of waivers from Dallas on Tuesday and will be inserted in the lineup tonight vs. the Bruins. Tim Erixon will come out of the lineup to make room for the newest Blue Jacket. Connauton had two assists in eight games with Dallas this season.
Source: Rob Mixer 11/21/14, 6:20 am EST
The Blue Jackets have claimed Kevin Connauton off of waivers from Dallas.
Connauton, 24, was Vancouver’s third pick, 83rd overall, in the 2009 NHL Draft. He has registered one goal and nine assists for 10 points with 22 penalty minutes in 44 career NHL games, all during the past two seasons with the Stars. He has collected 0-2-2 with six penalty minutes and is +4 in eight games this season.
Kevin Connauton will get the nod on defense tonight as the Stars play their second game without Stephane Robidas, who will be out 4-6 months with a leg fracture. This will be Connauton’s second game with the Stars this season.
“He’s really worked hard in practices,” said Ruff. “In his first game, early on he was OK and as the game went on he got better. He skates well, he shoots the puck well and he knows our system really well. I told him the other day that I am going to play him, so it’s up to him to play well now.” Jamie Oleksiak, who played on defense in Sunday’s game against Edmonton, will be a healthy scratch