Sergachev registered five hits and an assist in 19:57 of ice time in Montreal's preseason loss to Ottawa.
The rookie made his first game appearance with Montreal since being drafted in the first round of the 2016 draft. Sergachev acknowledged some nerves at first, but didn't look out of place and will get a few more chances to play against NHL competition in the coming days, hoping to at least start the season with the Canadiens before heading back to the juniors.
Manager Pete Mackanin said Quinn (oblique) is unlikely to play again this season, Todd Zolecki of MLB.com reports.
Quinn was scheduled to test his oblique Thursday and must have still felt pain in the area. The Phillies have nothing left to play for, so shutting him down is the right move. He will get a chance to compete for a starting job next spring.
Gomez was tagged with a loss Thursday after allowing four runs on three hits in a third of an inning against the Braves.
Gomez entered Thursday's game with the score tied in the eighth. His chances of earning another save this season are slim given his recent struggles. Hector Neris and Michael Mariot are the primary candidates for save chances should the Phillies generate any over the final games of the season.
LaFell corralled four of six targets for 44 yards in Thursday's 22-7 win over the Dolphins.
The veteran wideout wasn't needed much on a night where A.J. Green exploded for 173 yards and a touchdown, but was efficient with the looks he did receive. LaFell has mostly played his second receiver role to perfection to date in 2016, with a season-high 91 yards in the opener, a 49-yard reception in that same game and only one contest where he failed to snare at least 66 percent of his targets. He also has at least one reception of over 20 yards in three of the first four weeks of the season, serving as an ideal complement to the target-dominant A.J. Green when called upon.
Husso was one of several players the
While Husso was the first goalie to be sent down, Blues head coach Ken Hitchcock cautioned that the move doesn't necessarily mean the Finnish goaltender is behind last season's starters for the Chicago Wolves, Pheonix Copley and Jordan Binnington. "Other than the top two guys (Jake Allen and Carter Hutton), don't read anything into that because those decisions are going to be down the line," Hitchcock said. "Those guys are all going to end up in Chicago. We'll rotate these guys all the way through. They're all going to get those games in Chicago." Husso was an exemplar in Finland last year, posting a .927 save percentage and 1.91 goals-against average.
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