NHL News: Ducks, Jackets, Kings, Devils, Sharks, Lightning, Leafs, Capitals and Jets

NHL News: Ducks, Jackets, Kings, Devils, Sharks, Lightning, Leafs, Capitals and Jets

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Tyler Myers left early with a lower-body injury
On the Anaheim Ducks …

Eric Stephens: Coach Randy Carlyle said that defenseman Cam Fowler (shoulder) won’t be traveling with the team to San Jose.

On the Columbus Blue Jackets …

Aaron Portzline: The Blue Jackets have recalled goaltender Jeff Zatkoff as they wanted to have an extra goaltender around to give Sergei Bobrovsky a break between games.

On the Los Angeles Kings …

Nick Cotsonika: Defenseman Jake Muzzin returned to the lineup.

On the New Jersey Devils …

Stephen Whyno: Devils coach John Hynes said that he knows who will start Game 3 but will hold off telling that goalie until today.

New Jersey Devils: The Devils have signed forward Joey Anderson to a three-year, entry-level deal.

On the San Jose Sharks …

Curtis Pashelka: Coach Pete DeBoer didn’t have any injury updates yesterday. Will know more after their morning skate today.

On the Tampa Bay Lightning …

Joe Smith: No updates on Ryan Callahan and Dan Girardi yesterday

Tampa Bay Lightning: The Lightning have recalled forward Matthew Peca.

On the Toronto Maple Leafs and Montreal Canadiens …

Eric Engels: “I can’t explain what’s happening with Tomas Plekanec, but I do think he’s really feeling lost in such a diminished role. And that’s most concerning because it’s the only type of role he should be playing moving forward–if he even has an NHL future.”

Eric Engels: “Impossible not to watch him play in that role right now and think it would be a mistake to give him a one-year deal for a million next season… no matter how shot your centre-line is.

On the Washington Capitals …

Isabelle Khurshudyan: Forward Andre Burakovsky left last night’s game with an “upper-body” injury.

On the Winnipeg Jets …

Sportscentre: Defenseman Tyler Myers left in the second period with a lower-body injury after falling awkwardly into the boards.

Ken Wiebe: Myers walked by after the game and only had a slight limp.

Elliotte Friedman: Coach Paul Maurice said the game that they will know more on Myers this morning.