Alexander Steen didn't skate Wednesday morning, but he will play in Game 1 versus Nashville.
Petteri Lindbohm has been summoned from the minors.
Chris Kunitz (lower body) is listed as a game-time decision for Game 1 of Pittsburgh's second-round series against Washington.
Carl Hagelin (lower body) took part in Wednesday's practice, wearing a no-contact jersey.
Craig Smith (undisclosed) could be ready to play Wednesday night.
Calle Jarnkrok took part in Wednesday's morning skate.
Tom Pyatt (upper body) may be available to play on Thursday.
Mark Borowiecki (lower body) has been ruled out for Game 1 against New York on Thursday night.
Tyler Seguin is projected to need about four months of recovery time after having shoulder surgery.
Erik Karlsson said that his foot is virtually back to normal, which is why he didn't have a problem talking about his injury on Sunday.
Artturi Lehkonen had a solid rookie season, but he understands that improvements will have to be made.
Nathan Beaulieu would like to stay with the Canadiens and believes that will be the case, but at this point it wouldn't be surprising if he wasn't back with the team next year.
Tyler Seguin underwent shoulder surgery earlier this week to repair a torn labrum.
Alex Ovechkin missed the second half of the Capitals' practice on Tuesday, but Capitals coach Barry Trotz said it wasn't for any health reason.
If Karl Alzner is ready to return for Game 1 on Thursday, Nate Schmidt might be a healthy scratch.