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2023 491.4 2 17 19 -16 22:33
2022 244.253.1 10 54 64 13 23:48
2021 150.751.9 7 31 38 6 22:27
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  • Mikhail Sergachev: Traded to Utah

    Utah acquired Sergachev from Tampa Bay on Saturday in exchange for Conor Geekie, J.J. Moser, a 2025 second-round pick and a 2024 seventh-round selection. No salary was retained by the Lightning in the deal, meaning Utah will absorb Sergachev's $8.5 million cap hit through the 2030-31 season. The defender is coming off an injury-riddled year but showed his elite value with a dominant 64-point campaign in 2022-23. Sergachev immediately assumes number-one status in Utah and will run the team's power play.
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  • Lightning's Mikhail Sergachev: Notches helper in return

    Sergachev (leg) picked up an assist and added two blocked shots and a hit in 17:03 of ice time during Saturday's 6-3 Game 4 win over the Panthers. Seeing his first game action since fracturing his left leg in multiple places Feb. 7, Sergachev gave the Lightning an emotional boost with his surprising and early return, helping Tampa Bay avoid getting swept out of the first round. The 25-year-old blueliner didn't see his usual workload, but that's to be expected given his long layoff. He'll likely see similar ice time Monday in Game 5.
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  • Lightning's Mikhail Sergachev: Won't be back for Round 1

    Sergachev (leg) won't be available for the opening round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, Chris Krenn of the Lightning's official site reports. Sergachev, who took part in Monday's practice, underwent surgery in early February to stabilize fractures to the tibia and fibula in his left leg. Head coach Jon Cooper is encouraged by Sergachev's progress but acknowledged that the Lightning may need to win a round or two in the postseason before the 25-year-old defender is available to return to the lineup. In 34 contests during the 2023-24 campaign, Sergachev posted two goals, 19 points and 53 shots on net.
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  • Lightning's Mikhail Sergachev: Transfers to LTIR

    Sergachev (leg) was moved to long-term injured reserve Tuesday, per CapFriendly. Sergachev is expected to miss at least the rest of the regular season after undergoing surgery for a fractured tibia and fibula in his left leg. The 25-year-old defenseman's move to LTIR frees up some cap space for the Lightning.
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  • Lightning's Mikhail Sergachev: Moved to IR

    Sergachev (leg) was placed on injured reserve Friday, per CapFriendly. Sergachev underwent surgery on his leg Thursday and is expected to miss extended time, though the team has yet to provide an official timeline for his return. The 25-year-old has 19 points in 34 games this season.
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  • Lightning's Mikhail Sergachev: Goes under knife Thursday

    Sergachev underwent surgery to repair a fractured tibia and fibula in his left leg Thursday. Sergachev was just one game back from a previous lower-body injury that sidelined him for 17 contests before being stretchered off the ice against the Rangers on Wednesday. While the team didn't offer a specific recovery timeline for the blueliner, he is probably facing 6-8 weeks on the shelf before he can even begin skating. At this point, Sergachev will almost certainly be placed on long-term injured reserve in the coming days and might not return before the start of the playoffs. Darren Raddysh figures to see an increased role with the man advantage while Sergachev is sidelined.
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  • Lightning's Mikhail Sergachev: Hurt versus Rangers

    Sergachev needed to be stretchered off the ice after sustaining an apparent left leg injury Wednesday versus the Rangers, Peter Baugh of The Athletic reports. Sergachev's return from a 17-game absence was cut short when he went down following a reverse hit from Alexis Lafreniere. The fact that Sergachev needed to be stretchered off is not a good sign, though it's unclear if the Lightning will have an update on his status following the contest. Calvin de Haan or Haydn Fleury could fill in if Sergachev is forced to miss time again.
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  • Lightning's Mikhail Sergachev: Expected to return Wednesday

    Sergachev (lower body) will be activated off the long-term injured reserve and play Wednesday versus the Rangers, per Chris Krenn of the Lightning's official site. Sergachev has two goals, 19 points, 53 shots, 30 hits and 69 blocks in 33 contests in 2023-24. He hasn't been in the lineup since Dec. 19 because of the injury. Erik Cernak (upper body) is also expected to return Wednesday and might serve as Sergachev's partner on the second pairing. Defensemen Calvin de Haan and Haydn Fleury are projected to be healthy scratches versus New York.
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  • Lightning's Mikhail Sergachev: Not expected back before All-Star break

    Sergachev (lower body) isn't expected to be back until after the All-Star break, with a potential target date for his return being Feb. 7 versus the Rangers, Erik Erlendsson of LightningInsider.com reports. It sounds like Sergachev, who's already missed 11 games, will likely be sidelined for at least six more contests with his lower-body issue. Emil Martinsen Lilleberg will likely stick with the big club until Sergachev, who's picked up 19 points through 33 contests this season, is ready to return.
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  • Lightning's Mikhail Sergachev: Lands on injured reserve

    Sergachev (lower body) was placed on injured reserve Wednesday, per CapFriendly. Sergachev has been out since Dec. 21, and he'll finally land on injured reserve, presumably to give the Lightning an extra roster spot. The team is dealing with an injury crisis on the blue line, as Erik Cernak (upper body) and Haydn Fleury (hand) are also unavailable. Sergachev can be activated whenever he is available to play.
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  • Lightning's Mikhail Sergachev: Won't play versus Jets

    Sergachev (lower body) will not be in the lineup against Winnipeg on Tuesday, Ken Wiebe of The Winnipeg Free Press reports. Sergachev missed the last five games for the Lightning and is set to be out of action for at least one more due to his lower-body issue. With Erik Cernak (upper body) also unavailable, the Bolts are expected to roll with just five blueliners in Tuesday's contest.
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  • Lightning's Mikhail Sergachev: Out again Sunday

    Sergachev (lower body) won't play Sunday versus the Canadiens, Chris Krenn of the Lightning's official site reports. Sergachev will miss his fifth straight game with the injury. His absence allows Haydn Fleury to draw another game in a bottom-four role, while Darren Raddysh continues to soak up most of Sergachev's power-play time. The Lightning's next game is Tuesday versus the Jets.
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  • Lightning's Mikhail Sergachev: Not playing Saturday

    Coach Jon Cooper said that Sergachev (lower body) won't play Saturday versus the Rangers, Gabby Shirley of Bally Sports Florida reports. This will be the fourth straight game that Sergachev will sit out. He was hurt in the first stanza versus St. Louis on Dec. 19. The blueliner has two goals and 17 assists in 33 games this season. He appears to be doubtful to play Sunday against Montreal, per Eduardo A. Encina of the Tampa Bay Times.
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  • Lightning's Mikhail Sergachev: Remains sidelined

    Sergachev (lower body) won't be available for Wednesday's game versus Florida, Chris Krenn of the Lightning's official site reports. Although Sergachev will miss a third straight game Wednesday, the Lightning are hopeful he'll be ready to return Saturday against New York or Sunday versus Montreal before the calendar flips to 2024. Haydn Fleury will likely continue to fill a spot in the lineup until Sergachev is ready to return.
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  • Lightning's Mikhail Sergachev: Out of action Saturday

    Sergachev (lower body) will miss Saturday's tilt in Washington, according to Tom Gulitti of NHL.com. Sergachev was injured Tuesday while blocking a shot in the opening stanza and was unable to return. He missed Thursday's game versus Vegas, but he could be ready to go after the holiday break. Sergachev has two goals, 19 points and 69 blocked shots in 33 games this season.
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  • Lightning's Mikhail Sergachev: Sustains lower-body injury

    Sergachev (lower body) won't return to Tuesday's game versus the Blues. Sergachev was injured in the first period and ruled out for the rest of the game during the second intermission. He was hurt on a blocked shots. If he can't play Thursday versus the Golden Knights, Calvin de Haan will likely enter the lineup while Haydn Fleury and Darren Raddysh could see a bump in ice time.
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  • Lightning's Mikhail Sergachev: Five points in last two games

    Sergachev had a goal and two assists in a 6-4 victory over Edmonton on Saturday. After a slow start to the season, Sergachev has really picked up the scoring pace with eight points (two goals, six assists) in his last seven games. That includes five points (two goals, three assists) in his past two outings. Much has been made of Sergachev's slow start and his lack of output on the power play, but now he's flirting with a 60-point pace and another double-digit season in goals. You may still find a few disgruntled managers who may be prepared to move him. Remember -- any deal is for the future production and not the frustration of the past. Sergachev's best is yet to come this season.
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  • Lightning's Mikhail Sergachev: Two points in win

    Sergachev notched a goal and an assist in Thursday's 4-2 win over Chicago. Sergachev put the Lightning ahead 2-1 midway through the second period, firing a slapshot through traffic for his first goal of the season. The 25-year-old blueliner would add a second point with an assist on Brandon Hagel's empty-netter in the third. Sergachev came into the day with just three assists in his previous eight contests. Overall, he's up to 10 points (one goal, nine assists) through his first 17 games this year.
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  • Lightning's Mikhail Sergachev: Three-game, four-point streak

    Sergachev had two assists in a 6-0 win over the Sharks on Tuesday. He fed Brayden Point for the first Lightning goal at 1:41 of the first period, and then Sergachev earned a power-play helper on Steven Stamkos' snipe in the last minute of the first frame. Sergachev is on a three-game, four-assist streak, but his current 50-plus point pace has been overshadowed by Victor Hedman's better than a point-per-game pace out of the blocks. The power-play helper is a good sign for Sergachev because Hedman has been getting more of the PP1 time to date. We're confident Sergachev will continue to build on his success of last season. Relax -- no need to stress.
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  • Lightning's Mikhail Sergachev: Gets two points in loss

    Sergachev contributed a goal and an assist in Tampa Bay's 5-4 overtime loss to Toronto in Game 4 on Monday. Sergachev was held off the scoresheet over his previous two contests and entered Monday's action on a four-game goal drought. His most recent marker came late in the first period to increase Tampa Bay's lead to 2-0. Sergachev provided 10 goals and 64 points in 79 regular-season outings.
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