Hab's May Be in Pain
Tsn.ca and The Montreal Gazette report that Montreals Francis Bouillon experienced pain in his knee last week when he started skating and will fly to Vail, Colorado, to be examined by a doctor.
Also reported defenceman Mark Streit is suffering from tendinitis in his knees, which may be the result of too much time on the stationary bike.
Bouillon was signed to a $5.63 million, three-year contract after he posted career highs in points and assists.
Streit played in 48 games during his first NHL season, scoring two goals with nine assists and 28 penalty minutes.