NHL Injury Updates: Hurricanes, Stars, Oilers, Wild, Predators, Rangers, Capitals and More

Jourdon LaBarber: Buffalo Sabres forward Kyle Okposo and goaltender Craig Anderson stayed out last night.

NHL.com: Carolina Hurricanes goaltender Frederik Andersen is doubtful for Game 1. Hurricanes coach Rob Brind’Amour on Andersen.

“Obviously, if he doesn’t touch the ice, he’s not going to play. That’s for sure. You can kind of gauge that. If he gets on the ice, I’m not going to count anything out. He’s doing everything he can. Obviously if he’s ready to go, that’s on the table for us for sure.”

Hurricanes GM Don Waddell stated that Andersen has actually been exercising daily however there is no schedule.

NHL.com: Dallas Stars defenseman John Klingberg left last night’s video game with a lower-body injury.

Tony Brar: Edmonton Oilers defenseman Darnell Nurse has actually had an excellent number of days however didn’t play last night and there was no upgrade.

NHL.com: Minnesota Wild defensemen Jared Spurgeon and Matt Dumba went back to the lineup last night.

Michael Russo: Wild forward Mats Zuccarello missed out on last night’s video game. Coach Dean Evason is confident that he can play in Game 1.

Minnesota Wild: Forward Marcus Foligno left last night’s video game with a lower-body injury.

NHL.com: Nashville Predators defenseman Juuse Saros might be prepared for Game 1.

New York Islanders: Defenseman Sebastian Aho missed out on last night’s video game with an upper-body injury.

NHL.com: New York Rangers forward Artemi Panarin and Andrew Copp missed their 2nd successive video game last night however they will be prepared for Game 1 according to coach Gerard Gallant.

“Just day to day, getting better, just being cautious,” Gallant stated. “I fully expect them . Just being safe.”

Pens Inside Scoop: Pittsburgh Penguins coach Mike Sullivan on Tristan Jarry and Jason Zucker: “Tristan has been going through rehab every day and is continuing to do that. I don’t have any new news for you at this point with Zuck.”

Lou Korac: St. Louis Blues forward Brayden Schenn and Marco Scandella didn’t play last night.

Erik Erlendsson: Tampa Bay Lightning forward Brayden Point didn’t play last night and defenseman Jan Rutta returned.

Samantha Pell: Washington Capitals forward Alex Ovechkin (upper-body) skated once again the other day however didn’t play. Coach Peter Laviolette stated that remaining last night wasn’t preventive. It was Ovechkin’s 3rd straight video game that he missed out on.



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