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Joel Edmundson has been seeing increased usage on St. Louis' power play, including 3:27 of ice time during a 5-2 defeat Saturday to Arizona.

Cory Schneider will be the road starter for Tuesday's clash against Boston, New Jersey Devils' beat reporter Amanda Stein reports.

Nathan Beaulieu left the game Monday against Calgary after fighting Curtis Lazar, and won't return John Vogl of The Buffalo News reports.

Marc Savard retired from the NHL on Monday, Joe Haggerty of NBC Sports Boston reports.

Anze Kopitar notched a power-play assist during a 4-2 victory over the Rangers on Sunday.

Tim Heed has been a healthy scratch for San Jose's last five contests.

Nate Schmidt has been skating on Vegas' first defensive pairing as of late, now averaging 22:28 of ice time on the season.

Marc Methot (knee) will start skating later this week, and is expected to enter the lineup shortly after the All-Star break.

Jason Dickinson was recalled from AHL Texas on Monday.

Daniel Sprong moved down a level to AHL Wilkes-Barre on Monday.

Rinat Valiev was summoned from AHL Toronto on Monday.

Morgan Rielly (upper body) was designated for injured reserve Monday, Kristen Shilton of TSN.ca reports.

Johnny Boychuk (lower body) likely won't play for the Islanders until after the All-Star break, Arthur Staple of Newsday reports.

Jeff Zatkoff was dealt Monday to Columbus for future considerations.

Taylor Hall won't suit up Monday against Detroit or Tuesday versus Boston due to a hand issue, Shawn Roarke of NHL.com reports.

Joe Hicketts will make his NHL debut Monday evening against host New Jersey, MLive.com reports.

Mirco Mueller (collarbone) won't play Monday against the Red Wings, Shawn Roarke of NHL.com reports.

Kevan Miller returned to skating on a defensive pairing with Matt Grzelcyk at Monday's practice.

Charlie McAvoy underwent a successful procedure Monday to treat an abnormal heart rhythm. His expected recovery period is two weeks.

Ondrej Palat will miss 6-8 weeks with a lower-body injury.