Sergachev is not on the ice for warmups; expected to be a healthy scratch in New York.
Sergachev will draw back into the Lightning lineup on Thursday.
Source: Joe Smith 01/3/19, 10:09 pm EST
Sergachenv will be a healthy scratch on Monday.
Source: Joe Smith 12/31/18, 2:18 pm EST
Sergachev is expected to be back in the Lightning lineup on Tuesday.
Sergachev was a healthy scratch for the last two games but based on the morning skate he should re-enter the lineup on Tuesday and play with Anton Stralman. He might be back on the second power-play unit as well as it looks like Victor Hedman will also be back in the lineup and take his spot back on the top unit.
Sergachev will be a healthy scratch for the second straight game.
Source: Joe Smith 01/25/18, 12:04 pm EST
Sergachev will play in his 10th game tonight; kicking in his entry-level contract.
The Lightning have acquired Mikhail Sergachev and a conditional 2nd round pick from the Canadiens for Jonathan Drouin and a conditional 6th round pick.
The Canadiens made Sergachev the No.9 overall pick last summer and gave him four games at the NHL level before sending him back to the Windsor Spitfires. In Windsor, Sergachev scored 10 goals with 33 assists (43 points) in 50 regular season games and had four points (1G / 3A) in four games to help the Spitfires win the Memorial Cup. Since Sergachev doesn’t have to be protected and Drouin did, this deal gives the Lightning an extra protection slot heading into next weeks expansion draft.
The Canadiens have recalled Mikhail Sergachev from Windsor (OHL) under emergency conditions.
Source: Eric Engels 04/8/17, 6:34 am EST
The Canadiens have assigned Mikhail Sergachev to Windsor (OHL).
Sergachev was the ninth overall pick this past summer and he made the team out of training camp. He was a healthy scratch most of the time and failed to record a point in the three games he did play in. Sergachev returns to Windsor, who will host this year’s Memorial Cup—he had 57 points (17G / 40A) in 67 games with the Spitfires last year.
Source: Jeff Marek 10/31/16, 8:17 am EST
Sergachev is expected to be a healthy scratch on Saturday.
Sergachev made his NHL debut on Thursday, blocking two shots in 11:48 of ice time. With Jeff Petry (knee) expected to return to the lineup on Saturday, it looks like it will be the rookie Sergachev who will sit. If he can’t work his way back into the lineup, look for the Canadiens to send him back to the Windsor Spitfires (OHL).