NHL Injury Notes: Devils, Sens, Panthers, Caps, Bruins, Habs, Blues, Canucks and...

NHL Injury Notes: Devils, Sens, Panthers, Caps, Bruins, Habs, Blues, Canucks and Stars

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Brian Boyle
On the New Jersey Devils …

New Jersey Devils: Brian Boyle has been diagnosed with chronic myeloid leukemia.

New Jersey Devils: Boyle on his diagnosis: “My mindset is on Oct. 7. I don’t like missing games. I feel as close to normal as you can feel.” … “We have a good plan of attack, and I look forward to getting on the ice and playing.” … “I’ve been blessed so many times and in so many ways. This is an opportunity for me. I plan on living a normal life.” … “The support I’ve gotten already & I haven’t even played for the Devils. I’m very thankful for have taken this opportunity.”

On the Ottawa Senators …

Ottawa Senators: GM Pierre Dorion announced that Colin White will be out for six to eight weeks with a broken left wrist.

On the Florida Panthers …

Jameson Olive: Vincent Trocheck will have his upper-body injury reevaluated today.

On the Washington Capitals …

Tarik El-Bashir: Vitek Vanecek could return early next week from his lower-body injury.

On the Boston Bruins …

Joe Haggerty of CSNNE: Defenseman Torey Krug took a puck to the face in the second period and didn’t finish the game. An update will likely come today.

Forward Jakob Forsback Karlsson crashed into the boards in the second period. He tried to continue but was pulled with an upper-body injury and is day-to-day.

On the Montreal Canadiens …

Montreal Canadiens: Noah Juulsen (bruised foot) and Andrew Shaw (neck) didn’t practice yesterday.

On the St. Louis Blues …

St. Louis Blues: Jay Bouwmeester will have his ankle fracture evaluated in three weeks. Zach Sanford will be out five to six months with a dislocated shoulder.

On the Vancouver Canucks …

Ben Kuzma: GM Jim Benning said that Jonathan Dahlen is cleared of mononucleosis symptoms but won’t start skating just yet. He will start the season in the AHL

Ben Kuzma: After taking a big hit over the weekend, Ryan White is following concussion protocol.

On the Dallas Stars …

Mike Heika: The Stars are hoping that Martin Hanzal (ankle) can start skating on Thursday. Miro Heiskanen (concussion) will remain in Finland.