NHL Injuries: Bruins, Hurricanes, Oilers, Predators, Devils, Islanders, Sharks, Maple Leafs and...

NHL Injuries: Bruins, Hurricanes, Oilers, Predators, Devils, Islanders, Sharks, Maple Leafs and Canucks

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Taylor Hall and Oscar Klefbom
Grzlelcyk’s x-rays negative

Matt Proter: The Boston Bruins said that Matt Grzelcyk‘s upper-body x-rays came back negative. He won’t be in the lineup tonight.

de Haan leaves early

Hurricanes PR: Carolina Hurricanes defenseman Calvin de Haan left last night’s game early with an upper-body injury.

Klefbom leaves early

Derek Van Diest: Edmonton Oilers defenseman Oscar Klefbom left last night’s game early after taking a shot from Brendan Smith in the groin.

Forsberg practices

Brooks Bratten: Nashville Predators forward Filip Forsberg was on the ice for practice. He’s been day-to-day with an upper-body injury.

Hall skating on his own

Chris Ryan: New Jersey Devils coach John Hynes said that Taylor Hall has been skating on his own.

If Hall or Jesper Bratt are able to return this season, Hynes can’t see it happening until their final few games.

Boychuk not skating

Cory Wright: New York Islanders defenseman Johnny Boychuk didn’t skate yesterday and goaltender Robin Lehner was on the ice by himself before practice.

Kane not traveling

Paul Gackle: San Jose Sharks forward Evander Kane is not traveling with the team on their road trip for personal reasons.

Gardiner and Dermott progressing

James Mirtle: Toronto Maple Leafs coach Mike Babcock said that defensemen Jake Gardiner and Travis Dermott are progressing and that there is still no timetable.

Chris Johnston: Dermott was on the ice before their morning skate yesterday.

Canucks injury updates

Irfaan Gaffer: Vancouver Canucks GM Jim Benning said there is still no timetable on Sven Baertschi‘s return from his concussion. There is no rush to bring him back. It is positive that he is back on the ice.

Irfaan Gaffer: Benning said that defenseman Ben Hutton‘s foot is still swollen and that he can’t even put his skate on.

Irfaan Gaffer: Benning said that Quinn Hughes will get a medical and have his ankle scanned. He ankle is still swollen and they won’t let him play until he’s 100 percent.

Rick Dhaliwal: Hughes dad on Quinn’s injured foot: “The x-rays were negative, he played Saturday at around 80%. It’s tender and sore, he will be evaluated by the Canucks tomorrow.”