Brian Flynn and Manny Malhotra are expected to be healthy scratches in Sunday's game two match-up against Tampa Bay.
Malhotra hasn't played for Montreal in the postseason yet, while Flynn has dressed and contributed. Unfortunately for Flynn, the Canadiens have a lot of healthy bodies right now and unless Michel Therrien gets the urge to change his lineup, Flynn will remain a healthy scratch.
Sergei Gonchar and Mike Weaver will be healthy scratches in Sunday's game against Tampa Bay.
Neither player has been inserted into a playoff game in 2015. The Canadiens played well in game one, but they only managed to beat Ben Bishop once. It's a must-win for Montreal as they can't afford to lose both games on home ice. They will go with Subban, Markov, Petry, Gilbert, Pateryn and Emelin on defense.
Michael Ferland took part in Calgary's morning skate on Sunday.
Ferland has been dealing with an upper body injury, but it looks like he will be able to suit up for game two. He was on a line with Matt Stajan and David Jones during line rushes.
Jiri Hudler (undisclosed) took part in Calgary's morning skate on Sunday.
Hudler skated on a line with Sean Monahan and Johnny Gaudreau during the morning session. Flames fans can breathe a sigh of relief, as it looks like he will be able to play in game two after all.
Lightning head coach Jon Cooper said that Jonathan Drouin will play during their second round series against Montreal, but it won't be in game two.
"We have a pretty tight knit team in there, and Jo is a pretty big part of our team this year. But to tell him to sit out ... it’s tough for everybody (to hear)," said Cooper. "He’s an extreme talent and he’s getting better and better. This is a learning lesson for him, just as it was for (Nikita Kucherov) last year or any of (those) guys. But we put in the 20 players we feel give us the best chance to play, and probably moving forward here he’s probably going to be in that 20 all the time. Just right now, he’s on the sidelines."
Jason LaBarbera will be Anaheim's backup goalie on Sunday night.
The Ducks backup goalie John Gibson will miss the game because of the flu. Frederik Andersen will get the start for Anaheim. The Ducks lead the series 1-0.
John Gibson (flu) won't be dressed for Sunday's game against Calgary.
Ducks coach Bruce Boudreau would have keep Gibson away from his teammates. Gibson is expected to travel with the team when they head to Calgary for games three and four. Jason LaBarbera will dress as Frederik Andersen's backup tonight.
Frederik Andersen will get the start in Sunday's game two tilt against the Calgary Flames.
The 25-year-old is a perfect 5-0 in the postseason and he has a 1.97 goals-against-average and a .930 save percentage. The Ducks made quick work of Winnipeg in the first round, and if Calgary can't make the necessary adjustments, it might be another quick series for Anaheim.