Tim Heed will be a healthy scratch in Monday's game against the Avalanche.
The 25-year-old is having a terrific season in the AHL, as he's recorded 32 points in 30 games. He made his NHL debut earlier this month, but failed to record a point in that one. Barclay Goodrow and Ryan Carpenter will also watch the game from the press box.
Josh Jooris will be a healthy scratch in Monday's game against the Florida Panthers.
This will be his second consecutive games as a healthy scratch. The 26-year-old has two goals and two assists in 25 games this season. Kevin Connauton will also watch from the press box, while Jordan Martinook is out with an injury.
Dylan McIlrath will serve as a healthy scratch in Monday's game against the Arizona Coyotes.
McIlrath has one goal in six games this season. He shouldn't be on anyone's fantasy radar. James Reimer, who is away from the team for personal reasons, will also miss the game.
Matt Duchene will miss Monday's game against San Jose because of an illness.
This definitely isn't good news for the Avs, who are already struggling to find the back of the net. Duchene is considered day-to-day at this point. He leads the team with 15 goals this season. Rene Bourque, Tyson Barrie and Semyon Varlamov are also out with injuries. Colorado will be forced to dress 19 players instead of 20.
The Minnesota Wild have recalled Christoph Bertschy from the minors.
The 22-year-old has one assist and four penalty minutes in five games with the Wild this season. He's also added 15 points in 36 games in the AHL.
Julian Melchiori will be a healthy scratch in Monday's game against the Anaheim Ducks.
The 25-year-old has skated in four games with the Jets this season, but he still hasn't recorded a point. He has no fantasy value. Michael Hutchinson will also watch the game from the press box, as Ondrej Pavelec and Connor Hellebuyck will be the starting and backup goalie.
Sami Vatanen will be a healthy scratch in Monday's game against the Winnipeg Jets.
Vatanen averages over 22 minutes of ice time per game this season, but the Ducks are clearly trying to send him a message after his brutal performance against the Wild. He finished with a minus-4 rating that game.
Jonathan Bernier will get the nod in Monday's game against the Winnipeg Jets.
Bernier will make his second straight start because John Gibson was dealing with a minor injury, but Gibson is healthy enough to serve as the backup tonight. Bernier has a 7-4-1 record with a 2.95 goals-against-average and a .899 save percentage.