Matt Cullen didn't practice Tuesday because of an illness.
It's unclear if he will ready to play Wednesday, but we should know more after the morning skate.
Viktor Stalberg (upper body) will miss his second straight game on Tuesday against the Flyers.
He has two goals and three points with 14 hits in 12 games since joining the Senators. He posted nine goals and 12 points in 57 games with the Hurricanes prior to the trade.
Christopher DiDomenico will be scratched against the Flyers on Tuesday.
DiDomenico will remain stuck at just two games played with the Senators, having not played since March 11th as a healthy scratch.
Jyrki Jokipakka appears in line to see his first action with the Senators on Tuesday against the Flyers, if Zach Smith can't go.
Coach Guy Boucher noted that he'll likely go with 11 forwards and seven defenders if his centerman can't play, paving the way for Jokipakka's Senators' debut. We'll keep you posted.
Conor Sheary may be ready to return from a lower-body injury on Wednesday.
He practiced Tuesday in a regular black jersey on a line with Sidney Crosby. "Today was kind of a test day," he said after the session. "I felt pretty good out there. More of just a precautionary thing to make sure things didn't get worse last game. But I feel good today."
Lauri Korpikoski and Scott Harrington will be scratched against the Sabres on Tuesday.
Mark it seven games in a row now for Korpikoski in the press box. It would seem that coach John Tortorella doesn't think he holds much value to the squad.
Ron Hainsey (upper body) practiced Tuesday, while wearing a no-contact jersey.
He hasn't played in the last five games and was listed as week-to-week. Hainsey hopes to be ready for the start of the playoffs, so he can play in his first career postseason contest.
Oliver Bjorkstrand will miss his third straight game with an undisclosed injury on Tuesday against Buffalo.
Fortunately for both Columbus and Bjorkstrand, he can get all the time he needs to make a full recovery before the playoffs begin. Consider him day-to-day, for now.