Western Conference Injuries: Coyotes, Canucks, Predators and Kings

Western Conference Injuries: Coyotes, Canucks, Predators and Kings

Tyler Toffoli of the LA Kings and Ben Hutton of the Vancouver Canucks
On the Arizona Coyotes …

Craig Morgan of Arizona Sports: Forward Max Domi practiced yesterday and it’s possible that he could return from his broken hand as early as tonight. He’s been out since December 8th.

“He’s been skating hard and he finally got the green light from the doctors to full contact, full bore; he’s in the day-to-day range,” coach Dave Tippett said.

When asked if Domi could play Thursday, Tippett said: “That wasn’t the plan but we’ll see… We’ll see where it goes.

On the Vancouver Canucks …

Jon Abbott: Canucks coach Willie Desjardins said that defenseman Ben Hutton is unlikely to play in their next two games.

Jon Abbott: Desjardins indicated that Jannik Hansen could return on Sunday, but it’s not a guarantee.

On the Nashville Predators …

Thomas Willis:  Defenseman Roman Josi, Ryan Ellis and Miikka Salomaki were out on the ice taking shots on Juuse Saros.

On the Los Angeles Kings …

Lisa Dillman: Tyler Toffoli did a lot of extra skating yesterday.

Jon Rosen of LA Kings Insider: Forward Jordan Nolan left last night’s game in the second period with a lower body injury. After the game, coach Darryl Sutter didn’t offer up much on Nolan’s status.

“He’s in the tub,” Sutter responded. “Did you check on him?”

The Kings leave on a four-game road trip, so a status update may come today.

Tyler Toffoli is getting close to returning to the lineup.