Devils GM Lou Lamoriello stated on Wednesday that Mark Fayne is "OK" after ending the season with a bulging disc in his back.
Mark Fayne's mysterious season-ending injury was a bulging disc in his lower back.
Mark Fayne missed the Devils' final four games with an undisclosed injury.
Mark Fayne netted a shorthanded goal in a 3-2 shootout loss Sunday.
Mark Fayne got the start on defense Thursday night.
Mark Fayne will be in the Devils' lineup Saturday afternoon against the Capitals.
Mark Fayne will spend Saturday's game in the press box.
Mark Fayne didn't participate in Tuesday's morning skate because of a death in his family, but he returned and played against the Carolina Hurricanes.
Mark Fayne (arm) logged 19:21 minutes in his return on Sunday.
Mark Fayne missed Saturday's contest against the Penguins with an arm injury.
Mark Fayne won't play Thursday because of a "minor" arm injury.
Mark Fayne is still projected to be OK to return from his wrist procedure in time for New Jersey's regular-season opener on Oct. 12 in Washington.
After having surgery on June 22 to repair a torn ligament in his wrist, Mark Fayne expects to be healthy before the season begins in October.
Mark Fayne has signed a two-year year/$2.6 million contract extension with the New Jersey Devils.