Chris Neil will tag in for Alex Chiasson in Ottawa's pivotal Game Three against Montreal on Sunday night. He is expected to skate to the right of Mike Hoffman and David Legwand on the fourth line.
Chris Neil was skating on Ottawa's fourth line during Sunday's morning skate.
Ottawa forwards Chris Neil, Colin Greening and Matt Puemple along with defenseman Jared Cowen will each be scratched for Game Two against Montreal on Friday night.
Coach Dace Cameron is a little concerned about rust when it comes to Chris Neil, but the Ottawa winger insists he'll be ready to go if he gets the nod to play in Game 2 on Friday night.
Chris Neil skated on Ottawa's fourth line at Thursday's practice.
Chris Neil is projected to start the postseason as a healthy scratch.
Chris Neil and Colin Greening seem to be the extra forwards during Saturday morning's practice.
Chris Neil (thumb) has been given the green light to participate in contact drills.
Chris Neil has undergone surgery for a broken thumb.
Chris Neil will be out indefinitely with a fractured left thumb he suffered while fighting Luke Gazdic.
Chris Neil feels he has more to give and he wants to do it with the Ottawa Senators.
According to Don Brennan of the Ottawa Sun, Chris Neil won't be traded by the Ottawa Senators.
Ottawa Senators GM Bryan Murray has put Chris Neil's name into the trade rumor mill.
Chris Neil logged just 6:34 of ice time in his return to the lineup from a knee injury on Tuesday.