Martinook (lower body) is expected to play Tuesday against the Devils, the Arizona Republic's Sarah McLellan reports. Martinook skated in his usual spot on the fourth line with Steve Downie and Boyd Gordon at practice Tuesday. He'll go out for warmups and if everything goes accordingly, Martinook will play. Coach Dave Tippett added that Martinook "looks positive". In four games this season, Martinook has one goal and seven shots while averaging 14:17 a game.
Martinook (lower body) was not on the ice for practice Sunday, Sarah McLellan of the Arizona Republic reports. Martinook missed Saturday's game with the surprise lower-body issue, and his absence from Sunday's practice may indicate the injury isn't exactly minor in nature. However, the Coyotes don't play again until Tuesday, so he still has a couple more chances to return to the ice before a decision on his status for Tuesday's game is made.
Martinook (lower-body) is not on the ice as the Coyotes warm-up for their game against the Bruins on Saturday, Sarah McLellan of the Arizona Republic reports. Martinook scored his first goal of his career last Sunday, but this injury will likely halt his chances at putting another into the net anytime soon. He's day-to-day with what appears to be a lower-body injury.
Martinook scored the game winning goal on five shots with a hit in Saturday's 2-1 win over Pittsburgh. Martinook scored his first NHL goal, backhanding a loose puck in the crease after it snuck out from under Marc-Andre Fleury's leg pad for the score. After appearing in eight games last season and only recording an assist, the goal was a nice sight to see for the young forward, although don't expect very much production while he develops on the fourth line.
Jordan Martinook has earned a roster spot with the Coyotes to begin the 2015-16 season, Craig Morgan of Fox Sports Arizona reports.
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