NHL Injuries: Sabres, Avs, Oilers, Flyers, Sharks, Lightning and Capitals

Lance Lysowski: Buffalo Sabres defenseman Jacob Bryson experimented the group the other day.

AJ Haefele of the DNVR: Colorado Avalanche defenseman Josh Manson is week-to-week after suffering a concealed injury on Wednesday. He has actually flown back to Denver.

Forward Artturi Lehkonen left last night’s video game and there wasn’t an upgrade after the video game.

Forward Martin Kaut missed out on last night’s video game with a disease.

The Avs are likewise without Gabriel Landeskog, Valeri Nichushkin, Darren Helm, Bowen Byram and Evan Rodrigues.

Ryan Rishaug: Edmonton Oilers forward Evander Kane was on the ice the other day early morning, utilizing just one hand.

Adam Kimelman: Philadelphia Flyers forward Cam Atkinson participated in their early morning skate the other day. He’s been cleared to return however is still everyday.

Atkinson: “I’m getting close, but not enough to where I think I can help this team right now. But I’m closer than not.”

Sheng Peng: San Jose Sharks defenseman Mario Ferraro felt great after practice and has actually been updated from week-to-week to everyday according to coach David Quinn.

Cap Friendly: The Tampa Bay Lightning positioned forward Rudolfs Balcers on the LTIR and triggered forward Anthony Cirelli. Defenseman Philippe Myers was designated to the AHL. They have $719,967 staying in their LTI wage swimming pool.

Vancouver Canucks: GM Patrik Allvin stated that goaltender Thatcher Demko will be out for about 6 weeks with a lower-body injury.

Samantha Pell: Washington Capitals goaltender Darcy Kuemper and defenseman Martin Fehervary left last night’s video game with upper-body injuries.

Tarik El-Bashir: Capitals defenseman Dmitry Orlov missed his 12th straight video game.

Tarik El-Bashir of The Athletic: Washington Capitals GM Brian MacLellan stated that forward Nicklas Backstrom is advancing and he’s participated in some early morning skates.

“I’m saying he is doing really well and his rehab is going well,” he stated. “I don’t know that it has been tested, we would like to see him in a practice and (take) contact. That will come in the next little bit, I hope.”

Capitals forward Tom Wilson has actually been skating on his own and is anticipated to begin ramping things up quickly.

“Tom’s good, too,” he stated. “I don’t have an exact date. We’ll get a better picture in the next few weeks. (By) mid-December, we’ll have a pretty good idea. We can be more certain on it then.”

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