Injury Updates 12/03/2009

Semin warms up in Washington, DC

This thread will be updated all day, so keep refreshing it as the day goes along.

Here are your wounded bodies for tonight:

Injuries Tonight

Montreal Canadiens

Buffalo Sabres

  • Craig Rivet a game time decision. [Audio]

New York Islanders

  • Frans Nielson skating with the team while Richard Park is not.  Both will play [Katie Strang]

Atlanta Thrashers

Washington Capitals

Toronto Maple Leafs

  • Jonas Gustavsson visiting a heart specialist, not traveling with the team.  [Calgary Sun]
  • Gustavsson scheduled to undergo heart procedure tomorrow.  [Bob MacKenzie]
  • Carl Gunnarson will miss six weeks. [Jonas Siegler]

Columbus Blue Jackets

  • Raffi Torres may miss this game due to the birth of his son. [Tom Reed]

Calgary Flames v Montreal Canadiens

Vancouver Canucks

  • No lineup changes.

Philadelphia Flyers

  • Daniel Briere returns to the top line after missing three games. [Flyers TV]

Edmonton Oilers

  • Ryan Stone and Robert Nilsson set to return tonight. [Dan Tencer]
  • Shawn Horcoff expected to return to the lineup. [Oilers]

Detroit Red Wings

  • Top prospect Jacub Kindl in for Brian Rafalski. [Mlive.com]

Colorado Avalanche

Pittsburgh Penguins

  • Alex Goligoski questionable while Chris Kunitz remains on IR. Matt Cooke still serving suspension over hit on Artem Anisimov. [Empty Netters]

Anaheim Ducks

Dallas Stars

  • No lineup changes due to injury.

Calgary Flames

Phoenix Coyotes

  • Peter Mueller likely out, while Ed Jovanovski is a game time decision.  [Dave Vest]

St. Louis Blues

San Jose Sharks

Ottawa Senators

Los Angeles Kings

Last Night’s Wounded

  • Patrik Elias not injured.  He collided in the second period with center Ryan Kesler, giving Devils nation a slight scare.  [Fire & Ice]

Around the League

New York Rangers

  • Wade Redden practicing with the team. [Steve Zipay]
  • Redden won’t play next game, Brandon Dubinsky almost skating. [Andrew Gross]

Carolina Hurricanes

  • Jussi Jokinen and Chad LaRose expected back in the lineup.  [Canes Now]

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