The Ducks have acquired Nicolas Deslauriers from the Canadiens for a 2020 fourth-round pick.
Deslauriers had two goals and three assists (five points) in 48 games with the Canadiens last season. Deslauriers is a rugged left winger who will likely play the entire 2020 season on the Ducks fourth-line. He has a career-high of just 15 points (in 2015).
Deslauriers will be a healthy scratch on Sunday.
Deslauriers will return to the Canadiens lineup on Thursday.
Deslauriers was a healthy scratch in Detroit on Tuesday but will replace Charles Hudon on Thursday. Deslauriers has just two goals and one assist in 30 games this season.
Deslauriers is expected to be a healthy scratch on Thursday.
Deslauriers has just two points in 24 games this season, averaging just 10:12 TOI/gm. Deslauriers will be replaced by Matthew Peca.
Deslauriers will be a healthy scratch on Saturday.
Source: Stu Cowan 12/30/17, 12:23 pm EST
The Canadiens have acquired Nicolas Deslauriers from the Sabres for Zach Redmond.
Deslauriers is a bruising winger who appeared in 42 games with the Sabres last season, picking up just two assists and 38 PIMS. He is a depth forward for the Canadiens.
Deslauriers will be back in the Sabres lineup on Wednesday.
Deslauriers will draw back into the Sabres’ lineup on Thursday.
Deslauriers sat for the last two games, but will draw into the lineup for Cal O’Reilly versus the Rangers. Deslauriers has no points in 23 games this season.
Source: Bill Hoppe 02/2/17, 6:32 am EST
Deslauriers (lower-body) will not play on Sunday.
Deslauriers did not make the trip to Winnipeg after sustaining a lower-body injury on a hit to the knee late in Saturday’s win over the Panthers. With Deslauriers out, Nick Baptiste has been recalled from Rochester (AHL).
Deslauriers (lower-body) is expected to return to the lineup on Wednesday.
Deslauriers has been out since January 2nd with a lower-body injury, but will be back in the lineup on Wednesday. Deslauriers has averaged just 9:39 TOI and posted seven points (3G / 4A) in 38 games this season.
Source: John Vogl 02/2/16, 9:38 am EST
Deslauriers (lower-body) will miss 3-5 weeks.
Deslauriers suffered the injury in Saturday’s loss to the Red Wings, but finished the game. The injury will keep him out until late January, early February.
Source: Joe Yerdon 01/4/16, 8:35 am EST
The Sabres have reassigned Nicolas Deslauriers to Rochester (AHL).
Deslauriers averaged 13:10 TOI and scored one goal with a minus-9 rating in 16 games with the Sabres. He heads back to the AHL where he had 39 points (18G / 21A) in 60 games with Manchester. He has not suited up for the Rochester Americans after being acquired at the deadline from L.A.
Source: Sabres PR 04/9/14, 7:45 am EST
Deslauriers will not play Tuesday due to personal reasons.
Deslauriers has no points and a minus-7 rating in 12 games with the Sabres. He will be replaced by Ville Leino tonight vs. the Devils.
Deslauriers will make his NHL debut on Friday.
It has been a crazy week for Deslauriers. First he was traded on Wednesday and now he will make his NHL debut tonight with the Sabres. He was a third-round pick in 2009 and has recorded 18 goals and 21 assists (39 points) in 60 games this season.
The Sabres have recalled Nicolas Deslauriers from Rocheser (AHL) on an emergency basis.
Deslauriers was acquired by the Sabres on Wednesday and could make his NHL debut tonight in Florida. Deslauriers has been recalled because Chris Stewart and Zemgus Girgensons were injured on Thursday and are unavailable for Friday's game. He had 18 goals and 21 assists (39 points) in 60 games with Manchester (AHL) before the trade.
The Kings have traded prospects Hudson Fasching and Nicolas Deslauriers to the Sabres for Brayden McNabb, Jonathan Parker and two second round picks.
Deslauriers, 23, was a third-round pick in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft. He is a 6-foot, 230 lbs. defenseman who has 18 goals and 21 assists (39 points) in 60 games with Manchester (AHL) this season. He has yet to make his NHL debut.
Assigned to Manchester of the American Hockey League were forwards Andy Andreoff, Ray Kaunisto, Brandon Kozun and Linden Vey, defensemen Nicolas Deslauriers, David Kolomatis and Patrick Mullen and goalie Martin Jones. Tyler Toffoli was re-assigned to his junior team.
No immediate fantasy value in the AHL.