Spooner (lower body) will play Saturday against the Rangers, Joe McDonald of BostonSportsJournal.com reports.
He'll reportedly take the place of rookie Anders Bjork, who only managed 6:47 of ice time in the latest game Thursday. Spooner is averaging close to three minutes of power-play ice time this season, but he hasn't done anything with it after registering a career-high 18 man-advantage points in 2016-17. As a result, you should leave him on the waiver wire in most fantasy settings.
Curry (ankle) was seen shooting in a "very light" individual session after practice Saturday, Monte Poole of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
While it might not be much, this is certainly an encouraging sign in Curry's recovery, as it's the most he's been able to do since injuring his ankle in early December. He's set to be re-evaluated next week, at which point we should learn more about a timetable for a return.
McCarthy made just 19 appearances (16 starts) last season due to injuries and a crowded rotation in Los Angeles, posting a 3.98 ERA and 1.25 WHIP across 92.2 innings of work. Injuries have gotten the best of the veteran hurler in recent years -- he's registered just 155.2 innings over the past three seasons -- but he should factor into the Braves' rotation next season so long as he's healthy.
Hutton left Saturday's practice early. An update was not immediately available from coach Travis Green.
The Canucks don't play again until Sunday night, so there's ample time to figure out what's troubling Hutton, who has produced four assists and 34 blocked shots in 33 games. He's day-to-day by default, at least until more information is disclosed.
Felder was reassigned to the G-League on Saturday, Vincent Goodwill of the Chicago Tribune reports.
The point guard hasn't been in the rotation of late, so he'll join the WIndy City Bulls for an opportunity to play regularly at the G-League level. Felder has appeared in only two of the Bulls' last 11 games.
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