NHL Injury Updates: Bruins, Avs, Kings, Predators, Penguins, Blues, and Capitals

Fluto Shinzawa: Boston Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy stated that defenseman Hampus Lindholm is a possibility for Game 5.

Peter Baugh: Colorado Avalanche coach Jared Bednar stated that after additional assessment, goaltender Darcy Kuemper‘s eye is fine. If the swelling goes down, he’s a possibility for tonight.

Helene Elliott: Los Angeles Kings forward Viktor Arvidsson missed out on last night’s video game. He has actually not skated in a while.

Brooks Bratten: Nashville Predators coach John Hynes stated that goaltender Juuse Saros won’t be offered for Game 4.

Pens Inside Scoop: Pittsburgh Penguins coach Mike Sullivan stated that goaltender Tristan Jarry was provided a day of rest and didn’t skate the other day. The whole group was off the other day and will skate today.

Pens Inside Scoop: Penguins forward Rickard Rakell skated the other day and is advancing. He was the only gamer on the ice the other day.

Lou Korac: St. Louis Blues head coach Craig Berube stated that there is an opportunity that defensemen Nick Leddy and Robert Bortuzzo play in Game 5.

St. Louis Blues: Blues defenseman Marco Scandella left the other day’s video game with a lower-body injury.

Lou Korac: Blues coach Craig Berube on Saturday on defenseman Torey Krug: “It’s lower body, it’s going to be some time.”

Defenseman Scott Perunovich was triggered from the IR. He had actually been out considering that January 15th with a wrist injury and had surgical treatment back on March 9th.

Samantha Pell: Washington Capitals forward Tom Wilson didn’t participate in their optional skate the other day due to the fact that of his lower-body injury.

Coach Peter Laviolette stated that Wilson stays everyday and included they’ll discover today if he’s able to enter Game 4.

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