Western Conference Injuries: Ducks, Coyotes, Blackhawks, Stars, Predators, Blues, Sharks, Canucks and...

Western Conference Injuries: Ducks, Coyotes, Blackhawks, Stars, Predators, Blues, Sharks, Canucks and Jets

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Dustin Byfuglien activated and Josh Morrissey could be a go tomorrow.
Gibson leaves early

James O’Brien of NBC Sports: Anaheim Ducks goaltender John Gibson left last night’s game and didn’t return after an accidental collision with teammate Jayson Megna.

No update on Capianco

Craig Morgan: Arizona Coyotes coach Rick Tocchet didn’t have an update on Kyle Capianco but did say “It didn’t look good. We haven’t been getting any good news lately so hopefully it’s good news.”

Craig Morgan: Coyotes Christian Dvorak was on the ice yesterday in a no-contact jersey.

Kampf out up to a month

Scott Powers: Chicago Blackhawks David Kampf will be out for three to four weeks after suffering a foot injury on Tuesday. Source saying he broke a small bone in his foot.

Bishop tweaks something

Sean Shapiro: Dallas Stars goaltender Ben Bishop has been missing practice after tweaking something on Monday.

Predators activate Turris

Paul Skrbina: The Nashville Predators have activated forward Kyle Turris from the IR.

Gunnarsson out

Jim Thomas: St. Louis Blues defenseman Carl Gunnarsson is out with an upper-body injury.

Karlsson could rejoin the team on during their road trip

Paul Gackle: San Jose Sharks coach Pete DeBoer thinks that Erik Karlsson will join the team at some point on their four-game road trip. (at two games after they played in Calgary last night)

Demko has a knee sprain

Ben Kuzma: Vancouver Canucks goaltender Thatcher Demko will be out for seven to 10 days with a knee sprain. Forward Sven Baertschi saw a doctor on Wednesday and they haven’t given an update yet.

Morrissey could be a go … Byfuglien activated

Ken Wiebe: Winnipeg Jets coach Paul Maurice said that defenseman Josh Morrissey and his lower-body issue should be good for Saturday.

Murat Ates: The Jets activated defenseman Dustin Byfuglien off the IR.