Eastern Conference News: Devils, Senators, Penguins, and Lightning

Eastern Conference News: Devils, Senators, Penguins, and Lightning

Injury updates for the Penguins including notes on Tristan Jarry and Brian Dumouliln
On the New Jersey Devils …

Andrew Gross: The Devils didn’t have an update on forward Travis Zajac. There likely won’t be an update until Saturday. He was walking around the room after the game.

On the Ottawa Senators …

Brent Wallace: Forward Zack Smith said it’s possible that he plays tonight.

Brent Wallace: Defenseman Mark Borowiecki said that he passed his concussion baseline test and is hoping to return next week against the Blackhawks or Maple Leafs.

On the Pittsburgh Penguins …

Pittsburgh Penguins: Coach Mike Sullivan on defenseman Brian Dumoulin: “Dumoulin was diagnosed with a concussion in Philly. At this point it is day-to-day. He is doing well. We are hopeful we will get him back in a timely fashion.”

Pittsburgh Penguins: Coach Sullivan on forward Carter Rowney: “Rowney is out longer term. It will be a minimum of 4 weeks with a upper body injury.”

Pittsburgh Penguins: Coach Sullivan on forward Bryan Rust and defenseman Chad Ruhwedel: “No update on Rust and Ruhwedel. They are longer-term, so there’s no real update as far as a timetable is concerned.”

Pens Inside Scoop: Goaltender Tristan Jarry left in the second period on Tuesday, but was back on the ice yesterday for their morning skate.

On the Tampa Bay Lightning …

Caley Chelios: Forward Ryan Callahan returned to the line last night.