Injury Updates 12/16/2009

Carolina Hurricanes v Dallas Stars

This thread will be updated all day, so keep refreshing it as the day goes along. Just a quick note, if I omitted a source it is due to a previous report with no recent updates. Here are your injury updates for tonight:

Injuries Tonight

Montreal Canadiens

  • Benoit Pouliot expected to play in Hamilton this weekend. [Habs Inside/Out]
  • Andrei Markov, Brian Gionta and Paul Mara remain out.

New Jersey Devils

  • No updates on Paul Martin, David Clarkson and Dainius Zubrus.

New York Islanders

  • Sean Bergenheim, Tim Jackman, Rick DiPietro, Radek Martinek and Doug Weight still missing.

New York Rangers

  • Clean bill of health.

Dallas Stars

Carolina Hurricanes

  • On defense, Joe Corvo, Niclas Wallin and Tim Gleason remain out. Same goes for Eric Cole and Chad LaRose Sergei Samsonov returns to the lineup. [Canes Country]

Phoenix Coyotes

  • Still no timetable for the return of Kurt Sauer.

Toronto Maple Leafs

  • Jonas Gustavsson not backing up yet. [Jonas Siegel]
  • Carl Gunnarson, John Mitchell and Mike Van Ryn remain injured.

Atlanta Thrashers

  • Kari Lehtonen still out.

Florida Panthers

  • Gregory Campbell could be back in the lineup. David Booth skating. [On Frozen Pond]
  • Nick Tarnasky, Cory Stillman and Kenndal McArdle sitting out.

Buffalo Sabres

Ottawa Senators

  • Jason Spezza out two months with a knee injury. [Ottawa Citizen]
  • Nick Foligno out, Peter Regin in. [Ottawa Citizen]
  • Chris Neil, Shean Donovan and Pascal Leclaire still out.

St. Louis Blues

  • Eric Brewer and D.J. King still out.

Chicago Blackhawks

  • Patrick Kane is fine, will play. [Tribune Icing]
  • Dave Bolland and Adam Burish remain out.

Anaheim Ducks

  • Ryan Carter and Mike Brown expected to not play.  Joffrey Lupul may need back surgery. [The OC Register Ducks Blog]
  • Teemu Selanne remains out.

Vancouver Canucks

  • Alexander Edler, Michael Grabner and Pavol Demitra still out.

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