Bolland day-to-day … Wisneiwski likely has concussion … Halak lower-body … MacArthur and Pacioretty ready to return


  • Mark Lazerus of the Chicago Sun-Times: Blackhawks Dave Bolland’s injury isn’t as serious as first thought. He’s day-to-day with a lower-body injury.

    “He’s going to be all right,” Quenneville said. “You’re always concerned about the worst, but he’s not doing too bad today.”

    Coach Joel Quenneville won’t put a number on how many games Bolland will be out for.

  • Aaron Portzline and Shawn Mitchell of the Columbus Dispatch: Blue Jackets defenseman James Wisniewski slammed back first into the board and was on the ice for several minutes. Coach Todd Richards said after the game that he likely has a concussion, with leg or back injuries.

    “It’s awful,” [Jack] Johnson said. “Just the way he’s lying there, it’s pretty scary. It’s a guy on our team, but even if it’s a guy on the other team … the Wings were just as concerned.

    “Once we saw him talking and moving, it made us feel good because we knew he’d be all right.”

  • Kevin Paul Dupont of the Boston Globe: Bruins Brad Marchand injured his shoulder in the 2nd period. He didn’t return for the 3rd period, but it was more of a precaution.

    “He could have played in a pinch,’’ said Julien. “He wanted to keep going, but we don’t want to lose players long term. We are going to be cautious with our guys.’’

  • Dave Stubbs via twitter: Canadiens Max Pacioretty could return to the lineup today after missing 7 1/2 days after an appendectomy.

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  1. #1 by hotwings at February 3rd, 2013

    i wish they would name the teams that these scouts came from… since boston is cup ready, you gotta believe nonis is working on something in the background… maybe that kessel trade is in the works!

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