NHL injured list

Anaheim Ducks

17.2Ryan KeslerC
15.10Patrick EavesRW

Arizona Coyotes

5.10Dave BollandC

Boston Bruins

6.2Frank VatranoC
1.2Kevan MillerD
30.1Anders BjorkLW

Buffalo Sabres

14.2C.J. SmithLW
10.2Jack EichelC
6.2Jake McCabeD
4.2Linus UllmarkG
10.1Zach BogosianD

Calgary Flames

17.2Marek HrivikLW
11.2Mike SmithG
9.2Troy BrouwerRW
25.11Kris VersteegRW
19.9Daniel PribylC

Chicago Blackhawks

8.2Jan RuttaD
27.12Corey CrawfordG
5.10Michal RozsivalD
3.10Marian HossaRW

Colorado Avalanche

19.2Anton LindholmD
18.2Erik JohnsonD
17.2Jonathan BernierG
25.1Mark BarberioD
2.1Sven AndrighettoRW
16.11Vladislav KamenevLW
5.10Sergei BoikovD

Columbus Blue Jackets

18.2Nick FolignoLW
18.2Dean KukanD
17.2Markus NutivaaraD

Dallas Stars

18.2Martin HanzalC

Detroit Red Wings

17.2Mike GreenD
2.9Johan FranzenLW

Edmonton Oilers

17.2Al MontoyaG
14.2Mitch CallahanLW
10.2Andrej SekeraD
14.1Ryan Nugent-HopkinsC

Los Angeles Kings

10.2Trevor LewisC
19.10Jeff CarterC

Minnesota Wild

6.2Jonas BrodinD
19.9Mason ShawC

Montreal Canadiens

17.2Nicolas DeslauriersLW
15.1Andrew ShawC
13.1Phillip DanaultLW
18.12Shea WeberD
22.10Ales HemskyRW
22.9Jeremiah AddisonLW

New Jersey Devils

18.2Miles WoodLW
11.2John QuennevilleC
25.1Marcus JohanssonC
21.1Brian GibbonsC
19.1Cory SchneiderG

New York Islanders

18.2Thomas GreissG
6.2Scott MayfieldD
19.1Shane PrinceC
7.1Devon ToewsD
18.12Calvin de HaanD
7.11Nikolay KuleminLW

New York Rangers

13.2Steven KampferD
10.2Ondrej PavelecG
9.2Ryan McDonaghD
3.2Marc StaalD
19.1Kevin ShattenkirkD
28.12Chris KreiderLW

Ottawa Senators

16.2Ryan DzingelC
7.2Alex BurrowsLW
1.2Bobby RyanRW
17.11Chris WidemanD
5.10Clarke MacArthurLW

Philadelphia Flyers

18.2Michal NeuvirthG
11.2Brian ElliottG
20.1Wade AllisonRW
15.1Danick MartelC
5.10Anthony StolarzG

Pittsburgh Penguins

17.2Justin SchultzD
6.2Tom KuhnhacklRW
2.2Patric HornqvistRW

San Jose Sharks

18.2Brent BurnsD
14.2Tomas HertlC
9.2Joel WardRW
25.1Joe ThorntonC

St. Louis Blues

15.2Oskar SundqvistC
8.2Joel EdmundsonD
12.12Nikita SoshnikovRW
2.10Robby FabbriC
19.8Luke OpilkaG

Tampa Bay Lightning

21.1Ondrej PalatLW
31.12Peter BudajG

Toronto Maple Leafs

14.9Joffrey LupulRW
14.9Nathan HortonRW

Vancouver Canucks

9.2Chris TanevD
8.2Brendan GaunceC
8.2Markus GranlundC
8.2Sam GagnerC
4.12Evan McEnenyD

Vegas Golden Knights

17.2Shea TheodoreD
17.2Pierre-Edouard BellemareRW
10.2Malcolm SubbanG
4.2William CarrierLW
5.1Jon MerrillD
6.10David ClarksonRW
3.10Clayton StonerD
27.9Mikhail GrabovskiC

Winnipeg Jets

8.2Michael HutchinsonG
3.2Brandon TanevLW
2.2Adam LowryLW
29.1Jacob TroubaD
13.1Steve MasonG
13.1Shawn MatthiasC
4.10Nelson NogierD

The table contains following columns, respectively:

  • date when the player was placed on the list
  • player name
  • player position
  • number of games played
  • number of goals-assists
  • status for the day
    • ?+ : likely to play
    • ? : status uncertain
    • ?- : unlikely to play
    • - : will not play
    • s : suspended

News - injuries

N. Jersey 19.2.18
Wood suspended two games

New Jersey forward Miles Wood has been suspended for two games by the NHL for a blindside hit on Vladislav Namestnikov. He was suspended for boarding the Tampa Bay forward in New Jersey's 4-3 win Saturday over the Lightning. Wood is the Devils' fifth-leading scorer with 26 points, but rankes second on the team with 16 goals.

N. Jersey 13.2.18
Schneider out another week

The New Jersey Devils have placed top goaltender Cory Schneider on injured reserve with groin and hip injuries. The team announced the move Monday, saying Schneider is expected to start skating next week. Schneider hasn't played since being hurt on Jan. 23 in a game against Boston. He leads the team with a 17-11-6 record with a 2.79 goals-against average. Forward Nick Lappin was recalled from Binghamton (AHL). He will join the team for a game in Philadelphia on Tuesday.

Buffalo 12.2.18
Eichel to miss 4 to 6 weeks

Sabres forward Jack Eichel has a sprained right ankle and coach Phil Housley says it's premature to rule out Buffalo's leading scorer for the remainder of the NHL season. Housley said Eichel will miss four to six weeks, putting the player in a position to return in the final weeks of the season even though Buffalo might not have much to play for at that point. The Sabres are last in the Eastern Conference standings and sit 19 points out of the playoff contention with 27 games left. Eichel leads Buffalo with 22 goals and 53 points in 55 games this term.

Buffalo 11.2.18
Sabres may be without Eichel vs Avalanche

The Sabres could be without leading scorer Jack Eichel when they take on the Colorado Avalanche on Sunday night. Eichel left in the first period of Buffalo's 4-2 victory over the Boston Bruins on Saturday with a lower-body injury after an awkward fall. "We'll have to re-evaluate it (Sunday)," coach Phil Housley told the Buffalo News, which noted that Eichel's injury was to his right leg and that he could not put any weight on it as he headed to the locker room.

Buffalo 9.2.18
McCabe out three to four weeks

Buffalo Sabres defenseman Jake McCabe will miss between three and four weeks after having surgery to repair a thumb injury. McCabe had surgery on Wednesday, a day after he was hurt in a 4-3 overtime loss to the Anaheim Ducks. McCabe has three goals and nine assists for 12 points in having played all 53 games this season. Buffalo is already down defenseman Zach Bogosian, who had season-ending hip surgery last month.

Ottawa 8.2.18
Burrows suspended 10 games

Ottawa forward Alexandre Burrows was suspended for 10 games without pay by the NHL on Wednesday for serving as the aggressor in an altercation and kneeing New Jersey forward Taylor Hall. Burrows was assessed two minor penalties, one for cross-checking and one for roughing on the play midway through the second period in the Senators' 5-3 home victory Tuesday night. The suspension will cost Burrows forfeit $134,409.

Nashville 5.2.18
Forsberg suspended 3 games

The NHL has suspended Nashville Predators forward Filip Forsberg for three games for a late hit on Rangers forward Jimmy Vesey. Vesey was hurt and did not return in a 5-2 loss to the Predators. Forsberg, who is second on the Predators with 38 points, had not been fined or suspended previously in his 303 career NHL games. His suspension will start Monday on the road against the Islanders.

Buffalo 3.2.18
Larsson suspended 2 games for cross checking

The NHL suspended Buffalo Sabres forward Johan Larsson two games for cross checking Florida Panthers forward Vincent Trocheck in the face. The league's department of player safety issued the ruling after conducting a hearing with Larsson on Friday, a day after Buffalo's 4-2 loss to the Panthers. Larsson was already facing a one-game suspension after being issued a 10-minute match penalty and 5-minute cross checking major for his hit to Trocheck with 35 seconds left in the game.

Arizona 2.2.18
Raanta uninjured after car accident

Arizona Coyotes goaltender Antti Raanta was held out of a game Thursday after being involved in an auto accident on his way to the arena. Raanta, who was originally scheduled to start, was shaken up but otherwise OK and could have played against the Dallas Stars if replacement Scott Wedgewood was injured. For precautionary reasons, the Coyotes turned to their backup, and Wedgewood played all 60 minutes in a 4-1 loss.

Winnipeg 30.1.18
Jets to be without Trouba vs. Lightning

Winnipeg Jets defenseman Jacob Trouba injured his ankle in overtime during the team's 4-3 shootout loss to Anaheim last Thursday. Trouba is second among the Jets in ice time with an average of 22:09 per game, much of it against the opposition's No. 1 line and on the penalty kill. "He's playing right at his peak," Jets coach Paul Maurice said. "His game in Anaheim was outstanding. He was really good. We're going to miss him, there's no doubt about it, but we have some personnel here who can pick up the slack."

Buffalo 27.1.18
Bogosian to have season-ending hip surgery

Buffalo Sabres veteran defenseman Zach Bogosian will miss the remainder of the season after it was determined he requires hip surgery. General manager Jason Botterill announced the decision on Friday in saying Bogosian will miss four to six months with the expectation the player will be ready for the start of training camp next season. Botterill says Bogosian has been dealing with the injury since the start of the season.

San Jose 25.1.18
Thornton out for several weeks

San Jose Sharks center Joe Thornton will likely miss several weeks with an injury to his right knee. Thornton was hurt late in San Jose's overtime loss to Winnipeg on Tuesday. General manager Doug Wilson said Wednesday that Thornton will need an MRI to determine whether he will undergo surgery to repair his MCL but will miss several weeks either way.

Boston 25.1.18
Marchand suspended 5 games

The NHL has suspended Boston forward Brad Marchand five games without pay Wednesday for elbowing New Jersey's Marcus Johansson in the head during the Bruins' win over the Devils the previous night. Marchand will be eligible to return when Boston visits the New York Rangers on Feb. 7.

Boston 23.1.18
McAvoy out with heart issue

Boston Bruins rookie Charlie McAvoy has been treated for an abnormal heart rhythm and is expected to need about two weeks to recover. The 20-year-old defenseman first reported heart palpitations to team doctors on Nov. 26. He was diagnosed with an abnormally fast heart rate. Team internist David Finn says it is not considered dangerous but is likely to recur. McAvoy was treated Monday at Massachusetts General Hospital.

NY Ran. 20.1.18
Shattenkirk to have knee surgery

Rangers defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk will have surgery on his left knee and is expected to be out indefinitely. The prized free-agent acquisition, who signed a four-year, $26.6 million deal to come to his hometown team, said Friday he has a meniscus tear in the knee that he has been playing through all season. The 28-year-old said he had a cortisone shot before the season that helped for a while, and then a platelet-rich plasma injection during the team's bye week earlier last week, but the knee didn't respond to the latter the way he hoped. He will have surgery on Monday and expects to be back before the end of the season.

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