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:
- Nick Foligno set to miss two weeks. [Bob MacKenzie]
- Pascal Leclaire travelling with the team. [Senators.com]
- Jason Spezza, Chris Neil and Shean Donovan remain out.
New Jersey Devils
- Dainius Zubrus close to returning. [Fire & Ice]
- David Clarkson and Paul Martin still out.
Toronto Maple Leafs
- Jonas Gustavsson serving as Toskala’s backup. Luke Schenn back in. [Jonas Siegel]
- John Mitchell, Carl Gunnarson and Mike Van Ryn still out.
- Patrick Kaleta out indefinitely.
- Paul Gaustad to return tonight. [Sabres Edge]
- Neither Chris Butler nor Nathan Gerbe skated with the team.
- Tim Gleason and Niclas Wallin expected back tomorrow. [Canes Now]
- Still out are Eric Cole, Chad LaRose and Joe Corvo.
- Jason Garrison in for Bryan Allen. [Panthers.com]
- Gregory Campbell back. Cory Stillman expected back 12/27. David Booth skating and traveling with the team. [Steve Goldstein]
- Kenndal McArdle and Nick Tarnasky expected out.
Tampa Bay Lightning
- Victor Hedman hopes to play tonight. [Erik Erlendsson]
- Steve Downie questionable for tonight. [Erik Erlendsson]
St. Louis Blues
- Eric Brewer and D.J. King out.
- Still awaiting word on Keith Tkachuk.
- Mark Stuart placed on IR. [Boston Globe]
- Dennis Wideman not travelling with the team. [Boston Globe]
- Milan Lucic also placed on IR. [Boston Globe]
- Niklas Hjalmarsson out tonight, Cam Barker in. [Tribune Icing]
- Adam Burish and Dave Bolland remain injured.
- Boyd Gordon and Quintin Laing ready. Brian Pothier one to two weeks away.
- Mike Green and Shaone Morrisonn will play tomorrow. Semyon Varlamov will be in either Saturday or Wednesday. [Corey Masisak]
- Pavol Demitra went to Slovakia to see a medical consultant. [Canucks.com]
- Michael Grabner remains out while Alexander Edler practiced with the team.
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