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Islanders' Paul LaDue: Recalled from minors
LaDue was promoted from AHL Bridgeport on Saturday, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports.
LaDue, along with fellow recall Grant Hutton, will be immediately inserted into the lineup versus Calgary on Saturday after Adam Pelech and Andy Greene were placed in the NHL COVID-19 protocols. For his part, LaDue hasn't played in an NHL game since 2019-20, when he saw action in two games for the Kings.... See More ... See Less
Islanders' Paul LaDue: Waived Wednesday
LaDue was waived by the Islanders on Wednesday, Sportsnet's Chris Johnston reports.
LaDue didn't appear in an NHL contest last season and only drew into two games with the Kings in 2019-20, so this move was expected. Look for him to stick with AHL Bridgeport for most, if not all of the 2021-22 campaign.... See More ... See Less
Islanders' Paul LaDue: Lands contract with Islanders
LaDue signed a one-year, $750,000 contract with the Islanders on Thursday, CapFriendly reports.
LaDue spent the entirety of the 2020-21 season in the minors, notching eight points through 18 games with AHL Hershey. The 29-year-old blueliner will likely spend most, if not all of the upcoming campaign with AHL Bridgeport.... See More ... See Less
Capitals' Paul LaDue: Promoted Wednesday
LaDue was recalled from AHL Hershey on Wednesday.
LaDue, along with Connor McMichael, Brett Leason and Alexander Alexeyev, was added to the Capitals' roster but won't be making the trip to Boston for Games 3 or 4. As such, fantasy players shouldn't be expecting to see these guys on the ice anytime soon.... See More ... See Less
Capitals' Paul LaDue: Moved to AHL
LaDue was reassigned from Washington's taxi squad to AHL Hershey on Monday.
Fellow defenseman Martin Fehervary was added to the taxi squad from Hershey in a corresponding transaction. The 28-year-old LaDue appeared in 69 NHL games with the Kings between 2016-17 and 2019-20, but he hasn't seen the ice with Washington this season.... See More ... See Less
Capitals' Paul LaDue: Summoned to taxi squad
LaDue was assigned from AHL Hershey to Washington's taxi squad Tuesday.
LaDue plugs a hole in Washington's depth chart that opened up when the Capitals traded Jonas Siegenthaler to the Devils on Monday. The 28-year-old is expected to serve a depth role and therefore does not merit fantasy consideration at this time.... See More ... See Less
Capitals' Paul LaDue: On waivers Monday
LaDue was placed on waivers Monday, JJ Regan of NBC Sports Washington reports.
LaDue signed a one-year contract with the Capitals in October, but the subsequent bargain contracts to Zdeno Chara and Trevor van Riemsdyk pushed him down the depth chart and out of contention for a roster spot in the interim months. LaDue will report to AHL Hershey should he clear waivers and look to build on the 27 points he garnered with AHL Ontario during the 2019-20 season.... See More ... See Less
Capitals' Paul LaDue: Joins Capitals
LaDue signed a one-year, $700,000 contract with the Capitals on Saturday.
LaDue joins the Capitals after spending the previous five years in the Kings' organization. In 2019-20, LaDue has an assist in two games at the NHL level. He also produced nine goals and 27 points with AHL Ontario in his most productive campaign yet. The Capitals have made an emphasis to add defensive depth since free agency opened Friday -- LaDue is the fourth blueliner they've signed. The 28-year-old figures to see most of his time in the minors, but he would likely be near the top of the list of recall candidates should injuries arise.... See More ... See Less
Kings' Paul LaDue: Sent down a level
LaDue was demoted to AHL Ontario on Monday.
LaDue appeared in just two games during his NHL stint, spending most of his time as a healthy scratch. The 6-foot-1 blueliner will head back to AHL Ontario, where he's tallied six points in 18 contests this season.... See More ... See Less
Kings' Paul LaDue: Records helper in win
LaDue picked up an assist and two shots on goal in Saturday's 2-1 win over the Jets.
It's the first point of the season for LaDue, coming in his first game. The 27-year-old defenseman had five points in 33 games for the Kings last year. He'll likely return to AHL Ontario when Alec Martinez (wrist) is ready to reenter the lineup.... See More ... See Less
Kings' Paul LaDue: Brought up to big club
L.A. recalled LaDue from AHL Ontario on Wednesday.
The Kings are dealing with several injuries at defense, so LaDue will round out the team's depth on the back end until Alec Martinez (wrist) or Derek Forbort (back) is ready to return. The 27-year-old has notched six points in 18 games with Ontario this season.... See More ... See Less
Kings' Paul LaDue: Sent to waivers
LaDue was placed on waivers for purpose of demotion to AHL Ontario on Sunday, Jon Rosen of Fox Sports West reports.
LaDue has split time between the AHL and NHL levels over the last three seasons and will likely do the same during the 2019-20 campaign. The 27-year-old was injured heading into camp and didn't get as many reps as some of the other on-the-fence skaters.... See More ... See Less
Kings' Paul LaDue: Has apples in two straight games
LaDue has picked up an assist in each of his last two outings.
He spent much of January as a healthy scratch, but has drawn into nine of the Kings' last 10 games, earning three points in that span. In 22 contests, he has two goals and two assists to go with 30 hits, 18 blocked shots and 24 shots on goal. The third-pairing defenseman likely won't do enough to warrant fantasy attention.... See More ... See Less
Kings' Paul LaDue: Unlikely hero Monday
LaDue scored the game-winning goal Monday versus the Blues.
LaDue was a healthy scratch for 10 straight games and 18 of the last 22, but he was the hero in this outing. LaDue hauled in a pass from Brendan Leipsic and rocketed a slap shot past Jordan Binnington to mark his first goal since Oct. 7. However, the recency bias of this performance may wear off before the Kings' next game versus the Islanders on Feb. 2, so he's not guaranteed to stay out of the press box then.... See More ... See Less
Kings' Paul LaDue: Shaping up as healthy scratch
LaDue, who has missed the past eight games, no longer carries an injury designation, according to Robby Stanley of NHL.com, but the defenseman is still projected to be a healthy scratch for Saturday's road game against the Predators.
LaDue is confirmed to be on the active roster, as opposed to injured reserve. However, the reason for his extended absence was never disclosed.... See More ... See Less
Kings' Paul LaDue: Remains out Friday
LaDue (undisclosed) won't play Friday versus the Blackhawks, Tracey Myers of NHL.com reports.
LaDue will sit out for his eighth straight game due to an unknown injury. He participated in warmups, so Ladue appears to be nearing return. Oscar Fantenberg will continue to take his place in the lineup.... See More ... See Less
Kings' Paul LaDue: Sitting out Tuesday
LaDue (undisclosed) won't play Tuesday's game versus the Maple Leafs, Jon Rosen of Fox Sports West reports.
LaDue will miss his seventh straight with this mystery condition. This will keep Oscar Fantenberg in the lineup, and LaDue's next chance to play will be Friday against the Blackhawks.... See More ... See Less
Kings' Paul LaDue: Remains out Saturday
LaDue (undisclosed) is still listed as a scratch ahead of Saturday's matchup with the Flames, Jon Rosen of Fox Sports West reports.
LaDue still isn't ready to return. His next chance to do so comes Tuesday against the Maple Leafs.... See More ... See Less
Kings' Paul LaDue: Remains sidelined
LaDue (undisclosed) isn't in the lineup for Thursday's game against the Wild.
LaDue's absence will continue to test the Kings' depth at defense, but it shouldn't impact many fantasy lineups, as he's only totaled five points in 17 appearances over the past two campaigns. Another update on the 26-year-old blueliner's status should surface once he's ready to rejoin the lineup.... See More ... See Less
Kings' Paul LaDue: Ruled out versus Ducks
LaDue (undisclosed) won't be in the lineup against Anaheim on Tuesday, Dan Greenspan of NHL.com reports.
LaDue has played in just one of the Kings' previous eight outings and is set to miss his fourth straight contest. Even when healthy, the blueliner is averaging a mere 12:16 of ice time and could find himself serving as a healthy scratch more often than not. Oscar Fantenberg and frequent call-up Sean Walker figure to deputize in LaDue's absence.... See More ... See Less
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