Andrew Hammond will be between the pipes for Ottawa on Tuesday versus Detroit.
He sat out one game with a lower-body injury and served as Craig Anderson's understudy in Sunday's loss to Florida. Hammond will be looking bounce back from his first regulation loss last Thursday when he allowed five goals on 22 shots to the New York Rangers.
Slater Koekkoek has been summoned from the minors.
The Lightning brought him up because a lower-body injury to Victor Hedman. With Hedman questionable to play, Koekkoek could make his NHL debut against Toronto on Tuesday night.
Victor Hedman is being listed as day-to-day with a lower-body injury.
He sustained the ailment in Monday's win over Montreal. Hedman will probably sit out Tuesday's game versus Toronto and then the Lightning will see where he's at with his recovery. Tampa Bay called up Slater Koekkoek as a possible replacement.
Updating an earlier item, Erik Cole (upper body) won't play Tuesday night.
He hasn't ruled out a return for Thursday, though. Cole has three goals and and three assists in 11 games since being acquired from Dallas. Consider him day-to-day.
Jaromir Jagr has provided the Panthers with some leadership as the club attempts to qualify for the playoffs.
He has skated alongside Jonathan Huberdeau and Aleksander Barkov since he was acquired from New Jersey. "I've really enjoyed the games I've played here," Jagr said. "I think I can help the young kids and by the way they play, they can help me. They've surprised me in how talented they are. Even though they're very young, they make plays like they've been in the league 10 years. I had no idea." The veteran winger has collected four goals and 12 points in 14 games with the Panthers.
It doesn't look like Erik Cole (upper body) will be back on Tuesday.
He skated as the fourth member of Henrik Zetterberg's line during the morning session and stayed out on the ice a little longer. Cole has missed three games already with an upper-body injury.
Riley Sheahan (upper body) has declared himself good to go for Tuesday night.
He said he'll be back in the lineup after missing Detroit's weekend games with an upper-body injury. Sheahan was on the third line with Tomas Jurco and Teemu Pulkkinen during the morning skate.
Petr Mrazek will get the nod for Detroit on Tuesday against Ottawa.
He was pulled in Sunday's 5-4 loss to the Islanders after allowing four goals on 11 shots, but on Saturday he earned a 23-save shutout versus Tampa Bay. The Red Wings have been having some goaltending issues this month between , but their offense has been firing on all cylinders.