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Ed Jovanovski returned Saturday after missing 22 games because of a knee injury but left the game after the second period and didn't return.

It was Jovanovski's first game since Jan. 29 and his condition will be updated on Monday.
Sun, Mar 17, 2013 12:22:00 PM

Patrick Eaves is expected to be ready by mid-October, according to Ducks GM Bob Murray.

Eavesm underwent surgery to repair a torn labrum last month. He was injured during his rehab after he was diagnosed with Gullain-Barre Syndrome, which is a muscle-weakening autoimmune disorder, earlier this season. Eaves is healthy now, according to Murray, after he skated in only two games in 2017-18.
Apr 21 - 3:24 PM

Ryan Callahan (upper body) will play Saturday afternoon.

Callahan, who missed two games due to an upper-body injury, was on the fourth line alongside Chris Kunitz and Credric Paquette during the line rushes at the pregame warmups, while Cory Conacher was the odd man out. Conacher is officially listed as a scratch.
Source: NHL.com
Apr 21 - 2:58 PM

Stefan Noesen won't play in Game 5 on Saturday due to a lower-body injury.

Coach John Hynes said the Devils' lineup may have a game-time decision and it turns out Noesen will sit and Jesper Bratt will play instead.
Apr 21 - 2:56 PM

Alexander Wennberg (upper body) will be back in lineup on Saturday afternoon.

Wennberg hasn't played since Game 1 against Washington because of an upper-body injury. He scored a goal in that contest before he was injured. Sonny Milano will be scratched to make room for Wennberg's return.
Apr 21 - 1:58 PM

Sami Vatanen (upper body) will not play in Game 5 on Saturday afternoon.

Mirco Mueller will be in the lineup against Tampa Bay instead. Vatanen was injured this past Wednesday on a hard hit from Nikita Kucherov. He was not able to travel with the team.
Apr 21 - 1:10 PM

Cory Schneider will start Game 5 against Washington.

That shouldn't come as a surprise, as Schneider has been superb in his previous two starts in the playoffs. He has posted a 1-1 record with a 1.67 goals-against average and .951 save percentage against Tampa Bay. The Devils need a win to stay alive in the postseason.
Apr 21 - 1:06 PM

Joe Thornton (knee) may not be ready to play in Game 1 of the second round against the Vegas Golden Knights.

Thornton has been skating with his teammates, but he apparently does not appear to be up to full speed yet. Against a fast and relentless checking team like the Golden Knights, Thornton may be at a disadvantage if he were to rejoin the San Jose lineup before he can skate at his maximum. There's still some time for that to change, though.
Apr 21 - 1:06 PM

Brian Boyle has been named as a finalist for the 2017-18 Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy.

The trophy is awarded "to the player who best exemplifies the qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to hockey." Boyle was diagnosed with chronic myeloid leukemia, which is a type of bone marrow cancer, before the start of the season. He was able to return to action Nov. 1 and produced 10 goals over his first 25 outings. Boyle finished the year with 23 points in 69 contests.
Source: NHL.com
Apr 21 - 1:00 PM

Patric Hornqvist (upper body) could be back in the lineup for Game 6 on Sunday afternoon.

Hornqvist felt good after he participated without restrictions on Saturday. If there are no setbacks and everything goes well then he expects to return for Game 6.
Apr 21 - 12:39 PM

Coach Bruce Cassidy "anticipates" that Patrice Bergeron will play in Game 5 Saturday night.

The Boston bench boss expects Bergeron to take part in the pregame warmups and a final decision will be made afterward. He felt that Bergeron looked good during the morning skate, so the Bruins center appears to probable to return to the lineup.
Apr 21 - 12:35 PM

Sean Couturier was the star of the game for Philadelphia Friday night even if he is not fully recovered from a knee injury.

Couturier scored the winning goal in Game 5 with only 1:15 left in regulation to stave off elimination and keep the Flyers' season alive. He also spearheaded the Philly penalty kill that was a perfect five-for-five on the night. Of Couturier, Flyer captain Claude Giroux had the following to say: "I’ve got a lot of respect for that guy. He’s one of our leaders, and you can put him in any situation … and it’s impressive." Although he is still dealing with some knee pain, Couturier should continue to produce no matter where he appears in the lineup.
Apr 21 - 11:11 AM




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