NHL Injuries: Coyotes, Devils, Kings, Islanders, Penguins and Canadiens

NHL Injuries: Coyotes, Devils, Kings, Islanders, Penguins and Canadiens

Matt Murray practiced yesterday. Dustin Brown was on the ice practicing yesterday.
Chychrun and Dvorak take to the ice

Dave Vest: Arizona Coyotes Jakob Chychrun and Christian Dvorak were on the ice yesterday with teammates in no-contact jerseys.

Updates on Schneider and Bratt

Mike Morreale: Coach John Hynes on goaltender Cory Schneider: “He’s still practicing full & on that progression back to play. We’re just not necessarily sure how quickly that will be. We’ll probably know a little bit more the next 3-4 days where he’s going to be at.”

Mike Morreale: Hynes on Jesper Bratt: “I don’t know exactly when he’ll get back on the ice, but he’s on track. He’s exercising, in and around the room every day, doing the best he can.”

Quick not skating yet

Curtis Zupke: Los Angeles Kings GM Rob Blake said that Dustin Brown and Gabriel Vilardi are skating, goaltender Jonathan Quick is not.

Ladd continues to practice

Andrew Gross: New York Islanders forward Andrew Ladd practiced again yesterday with the team.

Murray taking shots already

Dan Kingerski: Pittsburgh Penguins goaltender Matt Murray said that he knows when the concussion happened, but wouldn’t share.

Jonathan Bomboulie of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review: Murray took part in the Penguins morning skate yesterday and took shots from teammates.

“As always, it’s a day-to-day type of thing,” Murray said moments after the skate wrapped up. “I feel good. I still have to talk to the doctor.”

Murray suffered a concussion at practice on Monday, his third of his career.

Weber skates for first time since surgery

NHL.com: Montreal Canadiens defenseman Shea Weber skated for the first time since having knee surgery to repair a torn meniscus on back in June. He was expected to be out for five to six months and still isn’t expected to return until December.

“He skated for about 10 minutes as part of his recovery program,” coach Claude Julien said. “We’re still going day by day. As we speak right now, nothing has changed as part of his timeline.”