Ottawa Senators head coach Dave Cameron hasn't chosen a Game 3 starter yet and is also apparently mulling over various lineup changes.
From the sound of things, Braden Holtby will be able to play for the Washington Capitals in Game 3 against the New York Islanders.
The Chicago Blackhawks will start Scott Darling instead of Corey Crawford for Game 3 against the Nashville Predators.
The Minnesota Wild will be without Justin Fontaine in Game 2 against the St. Louis Blues on Saturday.
Both the New York Rangers and Pittsburgh Penguins will boast the same lineups in Game 2 as they did in Game 1.
The Calgary Flames are hoping that defenseman Deryk Engelland gets his Game 2 instigator nullified so he can play against the Vancouver Canucks in Game 3 on Sunday.
Grim news for the Nashville Predators: Shea Weber (leg) isn't traveling with the team to face the Chicago Blackhawks in Game 3 (and likely beyond).
The Pittsburgh Penguins won't get Derrick Pouliot back in their defensive mix against the New York Rangers in Game 2.
The Pittsburgh Penguins will remain without Christian Ehrhoff as they try to tie their playoff series with the New York Rangers in Game 2.
The Anaheim Ducks are rolling with the same crew in Game 2 that topped the Winnipeg Jets in Game 1.
The Detroit Red Wings won't alter their lineup heading into Game 2 against the Tampa Bay Lightning on Saturday.
It is not known if Mathieu Perreault (lower-body injury) will be able to suit up for Game 2 against Anaheim on Saturday.
Look for Ondrej Pavelec to get the start in Game 2 against the Ducks Saturday night.
Updating an earlier item, Jake Allen will indeed start in goal for the Blues Saturday afternoon in Game 2 against the Wild.
The Blues will dress the same players they did for Game 1 but will shuffle their forward lines.