Injury Updates 12/22/2009

Chicago Blackhawks v Los Angeles Kings

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

San Jose Sharks

  • Due to this game being the second of back-to-back contests for the Sharks, there are no updates, but I would consider Brad Staubitz and Jody Shelley unlikely to play.

Chicago Blackhawks

Anaheim Ducks

  • Ryan Carter not skating, Teemu Selanne is. [Ducks Blog]
  • Joffrey Lupul recovering from back surgery.

Colorado Avalanche

  • Marek Svatos, David Jones, Ruslan Salei and Kyle Cumiskey remain out.

Nashville Predators

  • Jason Arnott questionable. Arnott in. [Predators Insider]
  • Pekka Rinne had the flu three days ago, interesting to see how he is doing. while Jordan Tootoo remain out.

Vancouver Canucks

  • No word on Alexander Edler.
  • Mathieu Schneider, Ryan Johnson and Sami Salo sat out practice. [The White Towel]
  • Still out are Pavol Demitra and Michael Grabner.
  • Demitra, however, would skate with the team and expects to return around 4 weeks from now. [James Edgington]
  • Edler back in. [The White Towel]

Around the League

Minnesota Wild

Los Angeles Kings

  • Wayne Simmonds skating.  No sign of Jared Stoll or Randy Jones. [LA Kings Insider]

Washington Capitals

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