Kamenev (illness) will rejoin the lineup for Saturday's game against the Bruins, Ryan S. Clark of The Athletic reports.
Kamenev sat out Thursday due to an illness but is needed for Saturday's contest with Matt Calvert taking personal leave for a family commitment. Despite his return to action, Kamenev remains mostly a DFS lineup filler in terms of fantasy value.
Kamenev (illness) isn't in the projected lineup for Thursday's matchup with Montreal, NHL.com's Sean Farrell reports.
Kamenev will miss a second straight game due to an illness. The 23-year-old pivot's next opportunity to rejoin the lineup will arrive Saturday against the Bruins.
Kamenev (illness) won't play Wednesday against Toronto, Adrian Dater of ColoradoHockeyNow.com reports.
With Kamenev under the weather, Matt Nieto will draw into the lineup against the Maple Leafs. The 23-year-old forward will be reevaluated ahead of Thursday's matchup with Montreal.
Kamenev has one goal and four points with a plus-2 rating and 14 shots on net in 13 games this season.
The 23-year-old doesn't consistently contribute in any statistical category, but he does already have solid scoring numbers with a 7.1 shooting percentage. Kamenev had two goals and five points with a 9.1 shooting percentage in 23 games last season, so he only needs one more goal in the next 10 games to match his scoring totals from 2018-19. He's also winning about 50 percent of his faceoffs.
Kamenev scored his first goal of the season in Tuesday's 3-2 win over the Flames.
The Russian forward struck in the second period for the last Avalanche goal in the game. Kamenev's tally became the game-winner after the Flames attempted a comeback. Kamenev has four points and eight shots on goal through 10 games. He's in the lineup as the Avalanche have five injured forwards, but he's making a good case to stay in once the team gets healthy despite averaging only 9:20 per game.
Kamenev registered a power-play assist and two hits in Saturday's 4-2 win over the Blue Jackets.
Kamenev set up Samuel Girard's goal in the first period. The Russian forward now has assists in three consecutive games for his only three points of the year. Kamenev has a very limited role with the Avalanche, so this recent point streak isn't likely to last much longer.
Kamenev has zero points and three shots on goal in three games this season.
The 23-year-old has finally received some playing time, as he's dressed for the last three games. Unfortunately, Kamenev has made little impact on the stat sheet, though, while averaging under 10 minutes per contest. With injuries to three Avalanche forwards, Kamenev should continue to dress, but he'll have to make an impact soon in order to avoid being a healthy scratch again when they return.
Kamenev is still waiting to make his 2019-20 NHL debut.
The 23-year-old has been a healthy scratch for Colorado's first nine games this season. One has to figure he'll get a look sooner or later, but clearly, Colorado considers the dropoff from its top 12 forwards to Kamenev to be substantial. Last season, Kamenev posted two goals and five points in 23 games.
Kamenev hasn't appeared in a regular-season NHL game yet in 2019-20.
The 23-year-old has been a healthy scratch in each of Colorado's first four games. He's a very talented young player, so probably worth stashing in dynasty formats, but injuries have stunted his development and now it might take an injury to an Avalanche winger to get him back on the ice.
Kamenev (shoulder) was a full participant at Friday's practice.
Kamenev missed 59 games last campaign due to a shoulder injury, but he's now back to 100 percent and ready to take the next step in his development after notching five points in 23 contests as a rookie. The 23-year-old center will be competing for a spot in the Avalanche's bottom six during training camp.
Kamenev (shoulder) signed a one-year contract with the Avalanche on Tuesday.
Kamenev appeared in 23 games with the big club before suffering a season-ending shoulder injury last campaign, notching two goals and five points while averaging 9:02 of ice time over that span. Colorado added some depth up front this offseason, so Kamenev may be hard pressed to secure a permanent spot in the team's bottom six out of training camp. It's possible that the 22-year-old Russian will have marginal fantasy value in deeper leagues in 2019-20, but there's no reason for owners to have him on their radars during drafts this season.
Kamenev (shoulder) was qualified by Colorado on Tuesday, Mike Chambers of The Denver Post reports.
Kamenev only managed five points in 23 appearances with the Avalanche in 2018-19, ending the season on injured reserve with a shoulder injury. Acquired in 2017 as part of a three-team deal involving the Senators and Predators, Kamenev has yet to find his feet at the NHL level, but at just 22 years of age, time remains on the youngster's side, regardless of what jersey he is sporting next season.
Kamenev (shoulder) ended the 2018-19 campaign on injured reserve, per the NHL's official media site.
Kamenev was deemed fit to play ahead of Game 3 against San Jose, so although he's technically still listed on injured reserve, he'll be ready to rock for next campaign's training camp. The 22-year-old forward finished the season with a modest two goals and five points in 23 appearances with the Avalanche.
Kamenev (shoulder) is available to play, but will not suit up against the Sharks on Tuesday, Rick Sadowski of NHL.com reports.
Technically, Kamenev is still listed on injured reserve per the NHL media site, but the fact that he is considered healthy by the team means he could be activated at any point. Even if the club does remove him from IR, he is unlikely to break into the lineup over Matt Calvert (upper body) or Sven Andrighetto.
Kamenev (shoulder) took part in an optional skate Monday sporting a regular jersey, AJ Haefele of BSN Denver reports.
It's still a few steps away from returning to action, but at least Kamenev is making strides in his recovery. Full participation at a well attended practice will be the next step for the center, who has been sidelined since Dec. 8. Even once cleared to play, there is no guarantee Kamenev will slot back into the lineup and he may have to settle for watching from the press box as a healthy scratch.
Kamenev (shoulder) was on the ice in a non-contact jersey Tuesday, Ryan S. Clark of The Athletic reports.
Kamenev is just now hitting the ice in any capacity since his injury was first reported Dec. 10. The Russian pivot required surgery on the shoulder, and at this rate, it seems like a foregone conclusion that he'll miss the rest of the regular season.
Kamenev (shoulder) is listed on injured reserve, per the NHL's official media site.
Kamenev is set to be sidelined indefinitely after undergoing should surgery, so this move was expected. Colorado has yet to release any details regarding a potential timetable for the Russian pivot's recovery, but it wouldn't be surprising if he's forced to miss the rest of the season.
Kamenev will require shoulder surgery, Rick Sadowski of NHL.com reports.
We don't have a timetable for Kamenev's return, but shoulder surgery will leave him out indefinitely, and it will probably be a while. With the 22-year-old out of the lineup, the Avalanche will need to call somebody up to replace him on the roster.
Kamenev scored a power-play goal and tallied an assist in Wednesday's 7-3 win over Los Angeles.
The Russian rookie has two goals and five points in 16 games this season. His bottom-six role limits his potential for now, but the 2014 second-rounder will have more value in dynasty formats.
Kamenev scored a goal on his lone shot during Thursday's 6-5 loss to Calgary.
It was a big moment for Kamenev, as it marked the first time in 13 career NHL games that he found the back of the net. The goal was a shorthanded tally as the Russian opened the scoring in the 11-goal thriller. Expect Kamenev to remain in a supporting role despite notching a point Thursday.
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