NHL Injuries: Penguins, Bruins, Wings, Panthers, Stars and Rangers

NHL Injuries: Penguins, Bruins, Wings, Panthers, Stars and Rangers

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Henrik Lundqvist and Kris Letang
On the Pittsburgh Penguins …

Sam Werner of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Defenseman Kris Letang will be out for “a couple of weeks” with a lower-body injury according to coach Mike Sullivan. They’ve recalled Derrick Pouliot from the AHL.

On the Boston Bruins …

Steve Conroy: Bruins defenseman Kevan Miller missed last night’s game due to an illness. They are hoping it’s only a 24-48 hour illness.

On the Detroit Red Wings …

Ansar Khan: Forward Darren Helm, out with a dislocated shoulder, skated yesterday with the team for the first time since he suffered the injury.

Ansar Khan: Helm said that he hopes to be able to return after Christmas, around New Year’s.

Ansar Khan: Coach Jeff Blashill said that defenseman Alexey Marchenko is out with a shoulder injury.

On the Florida Panthers …

Florida Panthers PR: Forward Jonathan Marchessault missed last night’s game with a lower-body injury.

On the Dallas Stars …

Mark Stepneski: Defenseman Julius Honka skated yesterday morning. Forwards Patrick Sharp and Curtis McKenzie were also out there.

On the New York Rangers …

Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist left last night’s game for concussion protocol, but later returned.

Stars Cody Eakin will likely be suspended for the hit.