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:
New York Islanders
- No lineup changes since yesterday meaning…
- Sean Bergenheim, Tim Jackman, Rick DiPietro, Radek Martinek and Doug Weight still missing.
New York Rangers
- Ales Kotalik and Wade Redden healthy scratches. [Larry Brooks]
- Kurt Sauer still out.
Columbus Blue Jackets
- Rostislav Klesla and Derek Dorsett out.
- Four players remain out with concussions: Brent Burns, Pierre-Marc Bouchard, Andrew Ebbett and Petr Sykora. Owen Nolan is not ready, Ebbett could go against Ottawa later in the week. [Russo’s Rants]
- Yannick Weber in for Roman Hamrlik. Andrei Markov saw a doctor today. Brian Gionta skated. [Habs Inside/Out]
- No update on Paul Mara.
- Bill Guerin will play. [Empty Netters]
- Blair Betts to return tonight. [Frank Seravalli]
- Darroll Powe, Ray Emery, Ole Krisitan-Tollefesen and Simon Gagne remain out.
- Kari Lehtonen remains recovering from surgery.
Tampa Bay Lightning
- Victor Hedman a game-time decision. [Lightning Strikes]
Detroit Red Wings
- Darren Helm out with a wrist injury. [Mlive.com]
- He joins Jonathan Ericsson, Johan Franzen, Daniel Cleary, Niklas Kronwall, Valtteri Filppula, Andreas Lilja and Jason Williams.
- Jordan Tootoo still out.
- Ales Hemsky lost for the season
- No update on Nikolai Khabibulin, Marc Pouliot and Fernando Pisani.
Los Angeles Kings
- Randy Jones and Jared Stoll out tonight. [LA Kings Insider]
- Andrei Loktionov, Ryan Smyth and Wayne Simmonds remain out.
- Adam Pardy and Cory Sarich out.
- Pardy a game-time decision. [Flames Insider]
- Teemu Selanne, Ryan Carter and Joffrey Lupul out.
San Jose Sharks
- Dan Boyle ready. Jody Shelley and Brad Staubitz in the process of being medically re-evaluated, we should have a decision later tonight. [Working the Corners]
- Neither Shelley nor Staubitz ready. [Working the Corners]
Hope you enjoyed our latest Injury Updates. You can help NHLHS stay alive by visiting our sponsors to the left.