Aube-Kubel will be a healthy scratch on Tuesday.
Nicolas Aube-Kubel has been re-signed to a one-year contract extension worth $1.225 million.
Aube-Kubel was claimed off waivers earlier in the season by Washington and has now signed a one-year contract extension worth $1.225 million after putting up two goals, six assists, and 51 SOG, 40 PIMs and a +3 plus/minus through 36 games between Toronto and Washington.
Aube-Kubel will draw into the Capitals lineup on Tuesday.
Aube-Kubel is expected to be a healthy scratch on Sunday.
With Nicklas Backstrom and Tom Wilson making their season debuts on Sunday, Aube-Kubel and Anthony Mantha will be healthy scratches vs. the Blue Jackets. Aube-Kubel has scored in back-to-back games (his first goals of the season) but is the victim of a numbers game in Washington.
Nicolas Aube-Kubel will draw back into the Capitals' lineup Thursday vs. Dallas.
The Capitals claimed Nicolas Aube-Kubel on waivers from the Maple Leafs.
Aube-Kubel failed to register a point in six games in the Maple Leafs' bottom-6. He's heading to his fourth team in under a year, moving from Philadelphia to Colorado via waivers on November 13th, 2021. He signed with the Maple Leafs this summer and was claimed by Washington on Saturday. He will help replace Carl Hagelin, who hasn't played this season and Beck Malenstyn, who's out 6-to-8 weeks with a broken finger.
Nicolas Aube-Kubel is expected to be a healthy scratch Saturday
Aube-Kubel looks like he will be the odd man out for the Maple Leafs Saturday as they take on the Winnipeg Jets. After signing from the Colorado Avalanche in the offseason, NAK has struggled in his first five games in Toronto, only collecting one shot while averaging 9:00 TOI on the Leafs' fourth line.
The Maple Leafs have signed Nicolas Aube-Kubel to a one-year deal worth $1.0 million.
Aube-Kubel will make his Avalanche debut on Wednesday.
Aube-Kubel was claimed off of waivers from the Flyers and is set to make his debut in Vancouver. Aube-Kubel will skate on the third line with Alex Newhook and Tyson Jost and is expected to see time on PP1.
Source: @Avalanche 11/17/21, 2:05 pm EST
The Avalanche have claimed Nicolas Aube-Kubel off of waivers from the Flyers.
Aube-Kubel was a second-round pick of the Flyers in 2014 and was a regular member of their team in 2020-21. The 25-year-old had 12 points (3G / 9A) in 50 games last year but was buried on the depth this year. He now heads to Colorado, where he'll likely battle with Kiefer Sherwood for a spot in the bottom-6.
Aube-Kubel will draw back into the Flyers lineup on Thursday.
Aube-Kubel will be a scratched Wednesday in New York.
Source: @NHLFlyers 03/17/21, 6:07 pm EST
The Flyers have signed Nicolas Aube-Kubel to a two-year, $2.15 million ($1.075 million AAV) contract extension.
Aube-Kubel will return to the Flyers lineup for Game 1 vs. the Islanders.
Aube-Kubel is expected to be a healthy scratch for Game 4.
Aube-Kubel has been recalled from Lehigh Valley (AHL) and is expected to play Sunday.
The Flyers have re-signed Nicolas Aube-Kubel to a one-year contract.
Aube-Kubel had 16 goals and 14 assists (30 points) in 54 AHL games and appeared in the first nine NHL games of his career with Philadelphia in 2019. The 23-year-old doesn’t have great size but can play a solid two-way game with some offensive flair for the bottom-6. He will likely start 2020 in the AHL but could be one of the Flyers first call-ups.
Aube-Kubel will make his season debut for the Flyers on Tuesday.
Aube-Kubel was recalled to provide a spark to the Flyers’ bottom-6 after they’ve lost three in a row. Aube-Kubel had seven points (3G / 4A) in eight games with Lehigh Valley (AHL) prior to his call-up and will make his NHL debut tonight.