NHL Injury Updates: Ducks, Bruins, Oilers, Canadiens, Devils, Senators, Lightning, Golden Knights and Capitals

Anaheim Ducks: Forward Sonny Milano left last night’s video game with an upper-body injury.

Boston Bruins: Forward Nick Foligno was on the ice by himself the other day, He’s advancing.

Colorado Avalanche: Defenseman Ryan Murray left last night’s video game with an upper-body injury.

Daniel Nugent-Bowman: Edmonton Oilers defenseman Kris Russell isn’t anticipated to be prepared for tonight’s video game.

Coach Dave Tippett stated that they are enthusiastic that forward Ryan Nugent-Hopkins resume skating next week.

Montreal Canadiens: Goaltender Jake Allen is back in Montreal getting examined. He’ll be out a minimum of a week.

Amanda Stein: New Jersey Devils coach Lindy Ruff on AJ Greer after taking a check to the head last night: “He’s doing ok. Not great. He’s going to miss what I would call serious time.”

TSN 1200: Ottawa Senators injury upgrade:

Angus Crookshank – Knee
Colin White – Shoulder
Shane Pinto – Shoulder
Nikita Zaitsev – Heel
Scott Sabourin – Dislocated Finger
Connor Brown – Broken Jaw
Tim Stützle – Covid

  • NHL: Brown will be out week-to-week with a damaged jaw. Senators coach D.J. Smith: “Took a puck in warmup, didn’t end up being that bad and ends up looking like a broken jaw, cracked jaw at this point, so that’s a huge loss for us,”
  • Sabourin will be out week-to-week.

Erik Erlendsson: Tampa Bay Lightning defenseman Ryan McDonagh practiced once again the other day and is enthusiastic for tonight.

Ben Gotz: Vegas Golden Knights coach Pete DeBoer stated the William Carrier skated prior to practice and is everyday.

Samantha Pell: Washington Capitals forward Alex Ovechkin has actually an upper-body injury that has been irritating him. He is enthusiastic that he can bet the Islanders,

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