Tampa Bay defender Matt Carle has already spilled the beans on the Lightning's big plan to beat the Chicago Blackhawks - tire out two-time Norris Trophy winner Duncan Keith out.
Matt Carle is expected to play in Game 5 on Sunday night in Game 5 against the New York Rangers.
Matt Carle is taking part in the Lightning's morning skate on Sunday.
Thought it sounds like he's making baby steps toward a return, Matt Carle is unlikely to play for the Tampa Bay Lightning against the New York Rangers on Sunday.
Matt Carle is questionable for Sunday's Game 5 after sitting out Friday night's Game 4 with an undisclosed injury.
Matt Carle (undisclosed) didn't take part in Friday's morning skate.
Coach Jon Cooper said there's "no update" on Matt Carle after he was injured Wednesday night.
Matt Carle played just 1:36 of Game 3 against the New York Rangers on Wednesday night after leaving with an undisclosed injury.
Matt Carle logged 18:06 of ice time in his return to the lineup on Saturday against Winnipeg.
Matt Carle will likely return to the Lightning lineup Saturday night against Winnipeg.
Matt Carle (abdominal injury) may be back Saturday.
Matt Carle (abdominal injury) participated in battle drills at the end of Tuesday's morning skate.
Matt Carle (abdominal injury) thinks he'll be ready by next weekend.
Matt Carle (abdominal injury) might return as early as Thursday.