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Rotowire: Oct 6 / 4:59p ET
News: McCormick (illness) was placed on injured resereve Tuesday, John Vogl of the Buffalo News reports.
Impact: McCormick was declared out indefinitely Sept. 18 after failing his physical due to the presence of blood clots, an ailment that began last season and limited him to just 33 games in 2014-15. The Sabres didn't place McCormick on long-term IR, however, which is encouraging, as it indicates they may be expecting the 32-year-old winger to return to action sooner rather than later. Once healthy, McCormick is expected to assume a bottom-six role.
Rotowire: Sep 18 / 11:53a ET
News: McCormick is out indefinitely after failing his physical, the Olean Times Herald reports.
Impact: Head coach Dan Bylsma revealed that McCormick's failed physical is related to blood clots, an ailment that began the previous season and limited him to just 33 games. There is no timetable for his return. The veteran forward was expected to be a regular on Buffalo's bottom-six.
StatsLLC: Sep 18 / 12:00a ET
News: McCormick is out indefinitely after he failed his physical.
Impact: McCormick, a 10-year NHL veteran, has not played since a blood clot was discovered in his left leg in January.