TAMPA, Fla. — Injured Avalanche center Nazem Kadri trained with skills coach Shawn Allard after the entire squad’s morning ice skate ahead of Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Finals Monday morning.
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Kadri, who is recovering from a surgically repaired fractured right thumb, was stick handling and light shooting. He is not expected to play the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 3, but is ruled “day-to-day” by coach Jared Bednar.
Kadri broke his thumb in Game 3 against Edmonton in the Western Conference Finals.
Winger Andre Burakovsky is also on a regular basis, Bednar said. Burakowski injured his right hand or wrist in Game 2 of Colorado’s 7-0 win on Saturday at the Ball Arena. Burakovsky did not travel here with the team on Sunday, but was out on Monday during the team’s morning skating session.
This story will be updated.