NHL Injuries: Stars, Blues, Rangers, Blackhawks, Avs, Hurricanes, and Canucks

NHL Injuries: Stars, Blues, Rangers, Blackhawks, Avs, Hurricanes, and Canucks

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John Klingberg out for at least three weeks.
Klingberg out three weeks 

Mark Stepneski: Dallas Stars defenseman John Klingberg will be out for at least three weeks with an upper-body injury.

Sean Shapiro: Klingberg suffered the upper-body injury when blocking a shot.

Mike Heika: Stars defenseman Marc Methot and his lower-body injury are unlikely for Saturday, but is a possibility for the game after that.

There is has been no update on defenseman Stephen Johns neck/headaches issues, so it’s not looking like he is close.

Defenseman Connor Carrick (ankle) hasn’t started skating yet.

Mike Heika: Coach Jim Montgomery said that Methot is a possibility for Saturday but added that “Monday looks definitely like it’s happening.”

Schenn questionable

Lou Korac: St. Louis Blues coach Mike Yeo said that Brayden Schenn is questionable for tonight. When looking at his participation level in yesterday’s practice, would lean towards him being out.

Zuccarello has a groin issue

Gregg Krupa: New York Rangers forward Mats Zuccarello is day-to-day with a groin issue.

Toews gets stitches

Mark Lazerus: Chicago Blackhawks coach Jeremy Colliton on Jonathan Toews: “Toews should be fine. Took some stitches.”

Marcus Kruger could be available for their weekend trip.

Jost could return tonight

Adrian Dater: Colorado Avalanche forward Tyson Jost will be traveling with the team on their road trip. They’ll determine after their morning skate if he’ll be able to go tonight.

Ferland ill

Michael Smith: Carolina Hurricanes forward Micheal Ferland has been dealing with an illness and wasn’t able to go in the third period last night.

Boeser sent back to Vancouver

Amalie Benjamin of NHL.com: The Vancouver Canucks have sent forward Brock Boeser back to Vancouver to see a specialist for his groin injury.

“He’s gotten better; he’s just not quite over the hump,” coach Travis Green said after the morning skate. “We want to make sure before he goes back in.”

Boeser has already had an MRI and results were negative.