Goalie Starters and Injury Updates 01/10/2010

Ottawa Senators v Pittsburgh Penguins

Here are your NHL injury updates and goalie starters for tonight, January 10, 2010:

Ottawa Senators

  • Milan Michalek, Daniel Alfredsson and Jason Spezza expected out.
  • Jesse Winchester out a month. [Ian Mendes]
  • Filip Kuba left yesterday’s game due to injury, he is day-to-day.
  • Pascal Leclaire should be in goal after watching backup Brian Elliot lose last night.  Confirmed by Ian Mendes of Sportsnet

Carolina Hurricanes

  • Tuomo Ruutu will miss a few weeks with an upper body injury. [Canes Now]
  • Erik Cole and Sergei Samsonov skated and should return next week.
  • Eric Staal expected back tonight. [Mike Maniscalco]
  • Joe Corvo, Scott Walker and Chad LaRose still out.
  • Cam Ward as always expected to start, will get a confirmation later.

Anaheim Ducks

  • Jean-Sebastien Giguere could start given these are back-to-back games for the Ducks.  Of course, Jonas Hiller won last night so coach Randy Carlyle might mix things up.  As usual we will try to confirm this asap.
  • Joffrey Lupul remains out.

Chicago Blackhawks

Dallas Stars

  • Mike Ribeiro still out.
  • Nicklas Grossman day-to-day.
  • Marty Turco likely considering the team rested yesterday and will rest tomorrow.

Columbus Blue Jackets

  • Mathieu Garon will start in net. [Blue Jackets]
  • Fredrik Modin and Kris Russell not playing today.
  • Derek Dorsett expected back Tuesday. [Aaron Portzline]
  • Marc Methot and Rostislav Klesla still out.

-Alexander Monaghan
NHLHS Founder
Twitter: @NHLHotStove

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