Eastern Conference Injuries: Bruins, Panthers, Islanders, Wings, Devils, Capitals and Sabres

Eastern Conference Injuries: Bruins, Panthers, Islanders, Wings, Devils, Capitals and Sabres

Boston Bruins forward Patrice Bergeron should be able to go tomorrow
On the Boston Bruins …

Boston Bruins: Patrice Bergeron said he’s feeling okay after blocking a shot and said he’d be good to go tonight.

On the Florida Panthers …

Florida Panthers PR: Roberto Luongo left last night’s game with a lower-body injury.

George Richards: Luongo injured himself after making an awkward save in the first period.

On the New York Islanders …

Shannon Hogan: Shane Prince has been activated from the IR.

On the Detroit Red Wings …

Ansar Khan: Goaltender Jimmy Howard was at practice yesterday. Not sure if he’s ready for his AHL conditioning stint yet.

On the New Jersey Devils …

Andrew Gross: Forward Pavel Zacha missed his third game with a concussion, but is a possibility on either Saturday or Sunday.

Andrew Gross of The Record: Michael Cammalleri left last night’s game in the third period.

“I know he went into the boards awkwardly there,” Hynes said. “He tried to come back.”

On the Washington Capitals …

J.J. Regan of CSN Mid Atlantic: T.J. Oshie is “real close” to returning to the lineup from his upper-body injury.

Andre Burakovsky was to be re-evaluated yesterday.

” working really, really hard,” Trotz said. “The doctors are going to look at his hand, evaluate it again today. He’s on the right timeline and they’re going to reevaluate at the game tonight and the next timeline will come in play.”

On the Buffafo Sabres …

Mike Harrington: Forward Kyle Okposo had x-rays on this ribs after being hit by Connauton. Results not known yet.

Bill Hoppe of the Buffalo Hockey Beat: Defenseman Dmitry Kulikov has been dealing with lower-back bruise since the preseason and has always had something bugging him this year.

“I’m working hard, trying to get my form back,” he said. “With that amount of games and that little rest time, you can maintain it, but you can’t get better at certain things. Just take it day-by-day and try to manage it.”