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- Jose Theodore the first goalie off the ice, indicating he will make the start, according to Corey Masisak of The Washington Times. As we mentioned in our Injury Update, Semyon Varlamov listed day-to-day so Michael Neuvirth will back up Theodore.
- Vesa Toskala confirmed as tonight’s starter by Jonas Siegel of Eat, Sleep, Leafs. Chris Botta of Islanders Point Blank puts Dwayne Roloson in net.
- Aaron Portzline of The Columbus Dispatch writes Steve Mason will get the start against the Panthers.
- Tom Gulitti of The Bergen Record expects Martin Brodeur to go for the record breaker tonight. Likewise, he will be facing Cam Ward says The Official Twitter Page of the Carolina Hurricanes.
- Jeremy Rutherford of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch writes Ty Conklin will start against the Red Wings. Jimmy Howard starts on the other end of the ice according to Ansar Khan of Mlive.com.
- Mike Smith makes his third straight start according to Damien Cristodero of Lightning Strikes.
- Cristobal Huet confirmed by Chris Kuc of The Chicago Tribune.
- Johan Hedberg likely to make the start tonight according to Ben Wright of Blueland Blog.
- With Craig Anderson’s injury shrouded in mystery, expect Peter Budaj to make another start.
- Erik Ersberg makes his third start of the year according to LA Kings Insider with Rich Hammond.
UPDATED @ 2:44 PM
- Dan Kamal confirms Miikka Kiprusoff for the Flames.
UPDATED @ 3:05 PM
- Henrik Lundqvist confirmed by Andrew Gross of Rangers Rants.
- Michael Russo of The Star Tribune expects Niklas Backstrom as the Wild starter.
UPDATED @ 4:45 PM
- Evgeni Nabokov confirmed by David Pollack’s Working the Corners.
UPDATED @ 4:54 PM
- Steve Goldstein, Panthers TV play-by-play announcer, writes in Tomas Vokoun as Florida’s starter.
- I am assuming Ryan Miller and Jeff Deslauriers will be the remaining starters for tonight. As always, if there are any changes I will make them right here and update over Twitter.
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