Detroit, MI (Sports Network) - The Pittsburgh Pirates placed outfielder Jose Tabata on the 15-day disabled list Monday due to a left oblique strain. The move is retroactive to May 25. Tabata is batting .272 with a pair of homers and six RBI over 36 games with the Pirates this season. The team also announced that it selected the contract of pitcher Mike Zagurski from Triple-A Indianapolis. To make room on the 40-man roster, Pittsburgh transferred pitcher Jeff Karstens from the 15-day to the 60-day disabled list. Zagurski has a 2.14 earned run average with 37 strikeouts over 19 relief appearances for Indianapolis this season. Infielder Josh Harrison was recalled from Indianapolis to replace Tabata on the 25-man active roster. Pitcher Bryan Morris was optioned to Indianapolis. Andrew Hammond Jersey . The injury bothered Bledsoe in the Suns victory over the Clippers on Monday and he sat out the teams home loss to Memphis on Thursday night. 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Behold, the latest under-24 player rankings.HotConnor McDavid, C, Edmonton OilersThe Oilers are in a dogfight atop the Pacific Division, where theyre tied with the?Calgary Flames and trying to hold off the San Jose Sharks and Anaheim Ducks.?But Edmonton is hanging tough thanks in large part to the play of captain and resident superstar McDavid, who has three goals and eight assists in his past eight games. The 19-year-old continues to lead the NHL with 38 points and is threatening to turn the scoring race into a one-horse affair. Through Thursday, he had a nine-point edge over his nearest competitor. He even threw a little shade at?Philadelphia Flyers?defenseman?Brandon Manning after Thursdays wacky 6-5 loss, which proves McDavid is human after all.Patrik Laine, RW, Winnipeg JetsSo whats the over/under on how many goals the Finnish sniper finishes with this season? Forty? Forty-five? Its going to be hard for rookie-of-the-year voters to ignore Laine if he keeps up this pace. The 6-foot-5 18-year-old has potted five goals and added two assists in his past eight games, and his 17 goals are one off the league lead, as he continues to joust with?Pittsburgh Penguins?captain Sidney Crosby as the leagues dominant goal scorer. Laines contributions are one of the main reasons the Jets are remaining in the wild-card race in the Western Conference.David Pastrnak, LW, Boston BruinsTalk about catching fire. The Bruins 20-year-old winger has been white-hot, scoring eight goals and adding two assists in his past eight games. Pastrnaks two-goal effort in a loss to the?Colorado Avalanche?on Thursday moved him into a tie for the league lead with 18 -- the same number collected by Crosby. Pastrnaks 14 even-strength goals are tops in the league. The emergence of Pastrnak, the 25th-overall pick in 2014, as an elite sniper has been a welcome tonic for a team that has struggled to consistently score.NotNoah Hanifin, D, Carolina HurricanesThe Hurricanes have struggled to stay in the playoff hunt, which is a function in part of how young this team is, especially on the back end. Take Hanifin, for instance. The fifth-overall pick in 2014 has one goal and zero assists in his past 11 games. The doesnt mean the 19-year-old isnt readyy.dddddddddddd It just means that the learning curve is steep. Carolina is tied for 21st in goals scored per game and is 12th place in the Eastern Conference. Its hard to imagine the Hurricanes closing the gap unless they get more offense from Hanifin and their other promising youngsters, as they did in an impressive 3-1 win over the?Los Angeles Kings?on Thursday.William Carrier, LW, Buffalo SabresInjuries and slumps have presented a mighty challenge for head coach Dan Bylsma, who has tried to coax enough offense out of his talented roster to keep the Sabres in the hunt. At one point, Bylsma gave Carrier, a 21-year-old power forward whod had success at the AHL level, a chance to play top-six minutes for a Sabres team that ranks dead last in the league in goals per game. Lets just say that the experiment has yet to bear fruit for the hard-nosed winger, who has one assist in his past seven games and has one goal in 16 games played in the NHL.Vincent Trocheck, C, Florida PanthersIt hasnt exactly been a smooth transition for the Panthers in the wake of the controversial dismissal of coach Gerard Gallant. Florida is outside the playoff bubble and offense has been hard to come by -- especially for Trochek, who was looking to build on last seasons impressive 25-goal campaign. The 23-year-old has one assist in his past nine games and just six goals on the season. Hes also minus-11.Young guns showdownMatt Murray, G, Pittsburgh Penguins versus Andrei Vasilevskiy, G, Tampa Bay Lightning, Saturday, 7 p.m. ETThis game in Tampa features a tasty little rematch of last springs Eastern Conference finals and again pits the two young goalies who squared off in that seven-game set after Tampa Bay veteran Ben Bishop was injured. Murray, 22, has picked up where he left off in guiding the Penguins to a Stanley Cup last June, running his record to 9-2 with a .934 save percentage after he missed time early in the season with a hand injury. The Lightning, meanwhile, are struggling and head into the weekend outside the playoff bubble. 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