Pastrnak is dealing with a minor shoulder injury, csnne.com reports. "As far as I’m concerned he’s day-to-day, and we’ve still got some time before the start of the regular season," coach Claude Julien noted. "We’ll see when he’s ready to come back. It’s not a dislocated shoulder or anything like that. It’s some kind of a bruised shoulder, so we’ve got to wait to see how it heals."
While Hornish's competitive side yearns for a full-time NASCAR ride, he's also the married father of three and relishes his family time. Hornish has examined other possibilities and acknowledged that those have included the coming vacancy in Richard Petty Motorsports No. 9 car, the Associated Press reports.