NHL Injuries: Lightning, Habs, Rangers, Devils, Jackets, Flames, Preds, and Jets

NHL Injuries: Lightning, Habs, Rangers, Devils, Jackets, Flames, Preds, and Jets

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Tyler Johnson was one of three Tampa Bay Lightning centers that was injured last night
On the Tampa Bay Lightning …

Joe Smith of the Tampa Bay Times: Centers Tyler Johnson, Vladislav Namestnikov and Cedric Paquette left last night’s game early with lower-body injury. Coach Jon Cooper didn’t have an update any of them after the game.

“It doesn’t sound encouraging for any of them.”

On the Pittsburgh Penguins …

Bill West: Matt Cullen, Carl Hagelin and Scott Wilson were given maintenance day yesterday. Coach Mike Sullivan: “for the most part…that’s pretty much what it was.”

On the Montreal Canadiens … 

Amanda Stein: Goaltender Carey Price missed last night’s game with the flu.

On the New York Rangers …

New York Rangers: Forward Rick Nash missed last night’s game and is day-to-day with an upper-body injury. Goaltender Henrik Lundqvist missed last night with a lower-body injury

On the Ottawa Senators …

Dean Brown: Defenseman Mark Borowiecki missed last night’s game with an upper-body injury.

Dean Brown: Forward Kyle Turris missed last night’s game, but is possible for Saturday. Tuesday is more likely though.

New Jersey Devils …

Andrew Gross: Goaltender Keith Kinkaid was out last night with a knee injury.

On the Columbus Blue Jackets …

Tom Reed: Forward Matt Calvert (oblique) was good practice, but still not ready to go. No timetable for his return yet. He still need to take full-contact in practice.

On the Calgary Flames …

Calgary Flames: Defenseman Dougie Hamilton left last night’s game with a lower-body injury.

Calgary Flames: Defenseman Michael Stone left last night’s game with an upper-body injury.

On the Nashville Predators …

Thomas Willis: Defenseman Ryan Ellis re-aggravated his lower-body injury.

Thomas Willis: Forward P.A. Parenteau (upper-body) skated yesterday morning. Vernon Fiddler, who blocked a shot with hand/wrist on Tuesday, wasn’t on the ice.

On the Winnipeg Jets …

John Shannon: Hearing that defenseman Toby Enstrom is out indefinitely. They are waiting for the facial swelling to go down, so it’s not known if any broken bones.