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Connor Hellebuyck Headshot

Hellebuyck will be between the pipes for Thursday's game in Los Angeles, Helene Elliott of the LA Times reports.

The youngster hasn't been sharp of late, notching an .873 save percentage and 4.52 GAA in his last five games. Thankfully for him, the Kings are near the bottom of the league in scoring with 2.40 goals per game, ranking 25th in the NHL, so he will get a shot at redemption.
10:08 pm (EST)
Willy Hernangomez Headshot

Hernangomez will draw the start for Thursday's matchup against the Trail Blazers, Stefan Bondy of the New York Daily News reports.

With Lance Thomas (hip) sidelined, Kristaps Porzingis will be moved to the power forward slot, opening up a position for Hernangomez in the starting five. The 22-year-old rookie out of Spain has started 11 games this season, averaging 10.0 points and 9.7 rebounds across 25.8 minutes per game.
9:49 pm (EST)
Mindaugas Kuzminskas Headshot

Kuzminskas will draw the start for Thursday's matchup against the Trail Blazers, Stefan Bondy of the New York Daily News reports.

With Carmelo Anthony (knee) out, Kuzminskas will draw the start in his place. In three starts this season, the 27-year-old rookie out of Lithuania has averaged 12.3 points, 4.0 rebounds, and 2.0 assists across 28.2 minutes per game while knocking down 48.1 percent of his field-goal attempts.
9:42 pm (EST)
Ron Baker Headshot

Baker will draw the start at point guard for Thursday's matchup against the Trail Blazers, Stefan Bondy of the New York Daily News reports.

With Derrick Rose (foot) out Thursday, Baker will draw the start. He's averaging 5.8 points, 2.5 assists, and 1.3 steals across 22.0 minutes per game over the past four games, but will likely see more run against the Trail Blazers. That being said, he could very well split time at the point guard with Chasson Randle, possibly limiting his production potential.
9:37 pm (EST)
Jose Quintana Headshot

Quintana allowed two hits without a walk and struck out three over seven innings Thursday against the Reds, Dan Hayes of CSN Chicago reports.

With more than a dozen scouts looking on, Quintana filled their notebooks as he retired the first 17 batters faced and needed just 79 pitches. He tossed a few more in the bullpen to get up around 90. He's ahead of most pitchers because he prepared himself to pitch in the World Baseball Classic. With one final outing next week before the start of the regular season, Quintana still hasn't been named the White Sox's starter for Opening Day, though he's on schedule for that honor. By not naming him, the team leaves open the possibility of trading him.
9:15 pm (EST)
Jason Garrison Headshot

Garrison won't return to Thursday's game in Boston due to a lower-body injury.

The blueliner isn't much of a fantasy threat with only nine points in 68 games, but his 18:50 per game would be a massive void in the Tampa Bay depth chart if he misses time. More about his status should come out after the game or after practice Friday.
9:07 pm (EST)
Chris Archer Headshot

Archer was named the Rays' Opening Day starter Thursday, Roger Mooney of the Tampa Bay Times reports.

For the third consecutive year, Archer will take the mound on Opening Day as Tampa Bay's ace. Archer got off to a rocky start last season, notching a 4.66 ERA with 18 home runs allowed in the first half of the year before settling down with a 3.25 ERA and 1.01 WHIP after the All-Star break. He has looked sharp this spring, striking out 13 batters over 10.2 innings. Archer and the Rays will host the Yankees to start the season.
9:05 pm (EST)
Marc Methot Headshot

Methot suffered a laceration to his left hand during Thursday's game against the Penguins and will not finish the game.

While it's being officially ruled a hand laceration, the reality is a bit more gruesome -- Methot had his hand slashed early in the game and part of his finger was separated from his hand. Ouch. It's unclear how long the 31-year-old will have to remain sidelined but knowing he's a hockey player, he could be back next game.
9:01 pm (EST)
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