NHL News: Ekman-Larsson, Waivers, Brook, Karlsson and Wilson
On the Arizona Coyotes …

Sarah McLellan of the Arizona Republic: Coyotes defenseman Oliver Ekman-Larsson left last night’s game in overtime with a lower-body injury after falling awkwardly near the boards. He will be re-evaluated today.

“I’ve seen sometimes they’re bad, and sometimes a guy comes in, ‘Hey, it feels great,’ ” Tocchet said. “Who knows? It’s a guessing game till they see him tomorrow.”

On waivers …

James Mirtle: Players put on waivers yesterday.

Kevin Porter – Buffalo Sabres
Patrick Brown – Carolina Hurricanes
Brendan Kichton – Carolina Hurricanes
Philip Samuelsson – Carolina Hurricanes
Dennis Robertson – Carolina Hurricanes
Andrew Miller – Carolina Hurricanes
Edward Pasquale – Edmonton Oilers
Seth Helgeson – New York Islanders
Kristers Gudlevskis – New York Islanders
Connor Jones – New York Islanders
Christopher Gibson – New York Islanders
Trevor Smith – Nashville Predators
Andrew O’Brien –  Nashville Predators
Anders Lindback –  Nashville Predators
Michael Leighton – Tampa Bay Lightning
Mathew Bodie – Tampa Bay Lightning

On the Montreal Canadiens …

Montreal Canadiens: Josh Brook is expected to be out for three months after having wrist surgery.

On the Ottawa Senators …

Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun: Defenseman Erik Karlsson skated with teammates during their morning skate yesterday – the first time with teammates since having foot surgery in June. There is still no timetable for his return, but it’s a step forward.

“(Friday) they the put the skates on to see how it felt very lightly on the ice and they felt he was able to get dressed and be with the boys this morning. Basically, this is the second step, but there’s quite a few steps before we get to him playing so we don’t want him to get too excited.”

Karlson won’t skate today but is expected to be on the ice on Monday.

On the Washington Capitals …

JJ Regan: The NHL suspended Tom Wilson for two preseason games for his hit on Robert Thomas.

JJ Regan: Though it’s only two preseason games, Wilson will now qualify as a repeat offender the next time the NHL considers suspended him.

Wilson interference that he will have a hearing with DoPS for today pic.twitter.com/bUytfwFh8o

— steph (@myregularface) September 23, 2017