Matt Cooke has been placed on waivers by the Minnesota Wild.
Matt Cooke will skate to the left of Kyle Brodziak and Justin Fontaine on the fourth line of Friday's Game Five against St. Louis.
The Wild will use the same lineup Wednesday night that led to a 3-0 Game 3 victory over the Blues Monday night.
Forwards Matt Cooke and Jordan Schroeder will be removed from the lineup for Game 3 Monday night versus the Blues.
Matt Cooke (undisclosed) will sit on Thursday in Game 1.
Matt Cooke (undisclosed) isn't expected to play Thursday.
Matt Cooke didn't take part in Tuesday's morning skate.
Matt Cooke (sports hernia) is expected to return on Thursday.
Matt Cooke feels ready to return from a sports hernia injury.
Look for Matt Cooke to return to action Tuesday against the Blackhawks.
Matt Cooke (groin) might be able to play on Tuesday.
Matt Cooke (groin) is expected to join the Wild for practice on Tuesday.
Matt Cooke (groin) is projected to be a little over three weeks from being available to return to the lineup.
Matt Cooke will miss the five-to-six weeks after undergoing sports hernia surgery.