Scherbak's (personal) work visa has been finalized, which means he can suit up versus Vegas on Saturday, Jon Rosen of Fox Sports West reports. Scherbak figures to slot into a bottom-six role for the club, having been claimed off waivers Dec. 2. In 26 appearances for the Habs this year, the Russian winger tallied four goals, two helpers and 39 shots while averaging 13:23 of ice time.
Scherbak (personal) won't play Thursday against the Devils, Jon Rosen of Fox Sports West reports. Scherbak is no longer dealing with an injury, but he's still waiting for his work visa to be approved. The 23-year-old forward's next opportunity to make his Kings debut will come Saturday against Vegas.
Scherback (undisclosed) indicated Thursday that he's nearing a return to the ice and could play in the evening's contest against the Devils, Curtis Zupke of the Los Angeles Times reports. The Kings activated Scherback off of injured reserve Tuesday, indicating that he's nearing a return to the lineup. He should come back to a bottom-six role when healthy, with Thursday's contest still on the table.
Scherbak (undisclosed) was activated from injured reserve Tuesday but won't play versus the Coyotes, Lisa Dillman of The Athletic reports. Scherbak will watch Tuesday's game from the press box but he could make his Kings debut Thursday against the Devils. He's expected to work in the bottom six and may acquire special-teams duties.
Scherbak (undisclosed) has landed on injured reserve per the NHL media site. According to the NHL media site, Scherbak was designated for IR retroactive to Nov. 11, so it could be just a matter of finalizing his visa situation before the team activates him. Once cleared to play, the former Hab should slot into a bottom-six role and will likely bump Sheldon Rempal or Michael Amadio back to the minors.
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