NHL injured list

Anaheim Ducks

29.4Nick RitchieLW
27.4Kevin BieksaD
16.4Sami VatanenD
18.11Clayton StonerD
14.10Simon DespresD

Arizona Coyotes

3.4Oliver Ekman-LarssonD
20.11Craig CunninghamLW
18.11Brad RichardsonC
21.12Dave BollandC

Boston Bruins

26.4Noel AcciariC
25.4Patrice BergeronC
22.4David KrejciC
15.4Adam McQuaidD
8.4Brandon CarloD
6.4Torey KrugD
13.3Ryan LindgrenD
23.2Zac RinaldoC

Buffalo Sabres

6.4Marcus FolignoLW
28.3Kyle OkposoRW
19.3Taylor FedunD
31.12Johan LarssonLW

Calgary Flames

22.4Mikael BacklundC
22.4Michael FrolikRW
22.4Sean MonahanC
19.2Ladislav SmidD

Carolina Hurricanes

30.3Ryan MurphyD
15.3Michael LeightonG
15.3Jay McClementC

Chicago Blackhawks

8.4Michal RozsivalD

Colorado Avalanche

21.2Nikita ZadorovD
18.1Semyon VarlamovG

Columbus Blue Jackets

24.4Markus NutivaaraD
20.4Nick FolignoLW
17.4Zach WerenskiD
12.3David ClarksonRW

Dallas Stars

26.4Tyler SeguinC
7.4Justin DowlingC
7.4Brett RitchieRW
31.3Curtis McKenzieLW
31.3Ales HemskyRW
25.3Jiri HudlerLW
25.3Patrick SharpLW
3.3Antoine RousselLW
30.9Mattias JanmarkC

Detroit Red Wings

11.4Tomas TatarLW
11.4Justin AbdelkaderLW
31.3Anthony ManthaRW
28.3Luke GlendeningC
5.3Ryan SproulD
10.2Jonathan EricssonD
18.10Joe VitaleC
15.10Johan FranzenLW

Edmonton Oilers

20.12Tyler PitlickRW
21.12Andrew FerenceD

Florida Panthers

9.4Michael SgarbossaC
30.3Aleksander BarkovC
23.3Aaron EkbladD
3.3Roberto LuongoG

Los Angeles Kings

25.4Tyler ToffoliC
25.4Derek ForbortD
25.4Alec MartinezD
24.4Marian GaborikRW
25.1Matt GreeneD

Minnesota Wild

25.4Mikael GranlundC
24.4Eric StaalC
23.2Mario LuciaLW

Montreal Canadiens

26.4Alexei EmelinD
22.4Andrew ShawC
8.9Martin RewayLW

Nashville Predators

28.4Craig SmithC
27.4Kevin FialaC
21.1Cody BassC

New Jersey Devils

11.3Devante Smith-PellyRW
29.11Scott WedgewoodG

New York Islanders

4.4Shane PrinceC
1.4John TavaresC
31.3Casey CizikasC
31.3Travis HamonicD
23.3Ryan StromeC
17.3Mikhail GrabovskiC

Ottawa Senators

15.4Mark BorowieckiD
27.2Andrew HammondG

Philadelphia Flyers

15.4Anthony StolarzG
13.4Brandon ManningD
13.4Dale WeiseRW
2.4Michal NeuvirthG
2.4Radko GudasD
31.3Matt ReadRW
1.3Michael RafflLW
10.10Logan PyettD

Pittsburgh Penguins

13.4Matt MurrayG
10.4Chad RuhwedelD
23.2Kris LetangD

San Jose Sharks

25.4Logan CoutureC
24.4Joe ThorntonC
24.4Tomas HertlC
24.4Patrick MarleauC

St. Louis Blues

4.4Nail YakupovRW
5.2Robby FabbriC
22.12Landon FerraroC

Tampa Bay Lightning

6.4Tyler JohnsonC
24.3Jason GarrisonD
10.3Cedric PaquetteC
8.1Ryan CallahanRW
16.11Steven StamkosC

Toronto Maple Leafs

25.4Nikita ZaitsevD
17.4Roman PolakD
12.4Brooks LaichC
23.3Nikita SoshnikovRW
23.3Eric FehrRW
3.6Nathan HortonRW
8.2Joffrey LupulRW

Vancouver Canucks

8.4Sven BaertschiLW
1.4Loui ErikssonLW
26.3Jack SkilleRW
23.3Joseph CramarossaC
20.3Markus GranlundC
10.3Brendan GaunceC
28.2Jacob MarkstromG
18.1Anton RodinRW
17.12Erik GudbransonD
19.11Derek DorsettRW

Washington Capitals

18.4Karl AlznerD

Winnipeg Jets

19.3Paul PostmaD
16.3Shawn MatthiasC
9.3Toby EnstromD
6.3Ondrej PavelecG
13.11Tyler MyersD

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

Pittsburgh 29.4.17
Hagelin a game-time decision

Pittsburgh Penguins coach Mike Sullivan said Carl Hagelin will be a game-time decision to return for Game 2 against the Washington Capitals on Saturday night after being out since March 10 with a lower-body injury. The lightning-quick wing took part in a full-contact practice Friday and has progressed far enough in his recovery to be an option to play.

Nashville 27.4.17
Fiala leaves on stretcher with leg injury

Nashville forward Kevin Fiala was taken off the ice on a stretcher after he hurt his left leg during Game 1 of the Predators' second-round series against St. Louis on Wednesday night. Fiala was hit by Blues defenseman Robert Bortuzzo and went hard into the boards behind the St. Louis net at 1:46 of the second period. The injury led to a 17-minute delay while Fiala received medical attention. Fiala was taken to a hospital for further evaluation. The team says he is "alert and in stable condition."

Columbus 18.4.17
Werenski out for playoffs with face fracture

Columbus defenseman Zach Werenski will miss the rest of the postseason because of a broken cheekbone. The Blue Jackets announced the decision Monday, one day after the 19-year-old rookie took a puck to the face on a shot by Pittsburgh's Phil Kessel that opened a gash on his right cheek in the second period. He played a couple shifts in the third period with a full facemask, but his eye swelled shut and he had to sit out the rest of the game.

San Jose 17.4.17
Thornton returns to lineup

Joe Thornton is back in the lineup after missing the first two games of the playoffs with a left knee injury. The San Jose Sharks center had missed the past two weeks after injuring his knee in a regular-season game at Vancouver. The Sharks split the first two games of the series in Edmonton without Thornton.

Anaheim 16.4.17
Vatanen is late scratch for Game 2

Ducks defenseman Sami Vatanen was a late scratch from Game 2 of Anaheim's first-round playoff series with the Calgary Flames. Korbinian Holzer made his NHL playoff debut Saturday night in place of Vatanen, who has an upper-body injury. The Ducks already are without All-Star defenseman Cam Fowler, who was injured last week on a knee-on-knee hit by Calgary captain Mark Giordano.

Pittsburgh 14.4.17
Fleury to stay in goal for Game 2

Marc-Andre Fleury will remain in net for the Pittsburgh Penguins in Game 2 of their playoff series against Columbus while Matt Murray deals with a lower-body injury. Murray was scheduled to start Game 1 but left after suffering a lower-body injury in warm-ups. Fleury came on and made 31 saves as the Penguins cruised to a 3-1 victory. Penguins coach Mike Sullivan offered no public update of Murray's status on Thursday, saying only there's no timetable goalie's return.

San Jose 11.4.17
Thornton, Couture day to day

With their top two centers nursing injuries that have placed their status in doubt and a late-season stumble having cost them home-ice advantage in the first round, the Sharks head into their series against Edmonton trying to find the form that helped them win the Western Conference last year.

Joe Thornton missed the final three games of the regular season with an injured left knee and Logan Couture sat the final seven after taking a deflected puck to the face. Both took part in practice Monday with Couture skating the entire time on a line with Joe Pavelski and Melker Karlsson and Thornton participating only for the beginning of practice, mostly with the extra forwards. Whether they can be ready for the opener Wednesday night remains unknown.

Anaheim 8.4.17
Ritchie suspended for 2 games

Anaheim Ducks forward Nick Ritchie was suspended for two games without pay Friday for roughing Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Michal Rozsival. Ritchie was given a match penalty in the third period of Anaheim's 4-0 victory over Chicago on Thursday night for a one-punch knockdown of Roszival. The suspension includes the Ducks' final regular-season game and first playoff game.

Anaheim 7.4.17
Fowler to miss start of playoffs

Anaheim Ducks defenseman Cam Fowler will miss at least the start of the postseason after a knee-on-knee hit from Calgary Flames captain Mark Giordano on Tuesday. The All-Star defenseman could be sidelined between two and six weeks. The Ducks expect to know more after further tests, but Fowler definitely will miss the start of the Ducks' playoff run.

Pittsburgh 6.4.17
Letang to have neck surgery

Kris Letang will undergo surgery to repair a herniated disk in his neck and is out 4 to 6 months, rendering him a spectator as Pittsburgh tries to become the first team in nearly 20 years to win back-to-back Cups. Letang last played on Feb. 21, but was working his way toward a return before the postseason begins before symptoms returned last week. He underwent a second MRI, with team doctors recommending he have surgery to repair the problem.

N. Jersey 4.4.17
Prout suspended 2 games

The NHL has suspended New Jersey Devils defenseman Dalton Prout two games for interference against Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Radko Gudas during a game on Saturday. The league announced the punishment Monday, noting that Prout is considered a repeat offender under the terms of the CBA.

San Jose 3.4.17
Thornton suffers leg injury

San Jose Sharks center Joe Thornton left Sunday's game against the Vancouver Canucks with an apparent injury to his left leg. The 37-year-old ran into Canucks forward Michael Chaput from behind along the boards with just over three minutes to go in the first period before crumpling to the ice. Thornton has seven goals and 43 assists in 78 games this season for San Jose, which is in a battle for playoff positioning in the Pacific Division.

Minnesota 30.3.17
Parise could return next week

Minnesota Wild forward Zach Parise will likely miss the next three games with bruising and swelling around his eye from a high stick to the face that led to blows to the head as he fell. Parise was struck Tuesday by Washington's Tom Wilson before he crashed into the knee of another opponent, Jay Beagle, and then slammed onto the ice. Wild coach Bruce Boudreau said Parise came away from the scary collision with his vision intact and perhaps on track to return next week.

Toronto 28.3.17
Leafs without Andersen against Panthers

The Toronto Maple Leafs No. 1 goaltender, Frederik Andersen is listed as day-to-day with what is being termed an upper-body injury. Curtis McElhinney, who took over from Andersen on Saturday and allowed three goals on 22 shots, will start Tuesday night when the Maple Leafs play the Florida Panthers at the Air Canada Centre.

"It doesn't appear to be long (term) and obviously that's great," Maple Leafs coach Mike Babcock said. "The way I look at injuries is that it's an opportunity for (McElhinney) and he gets (two days) to prepare. Curtis is a good pro and has done a good job for us."

Buffalo 24.3.17
Ristolainen suspended three games

The NHL has suspended Buffalo Sabres defenseman Rasmus Ristolainen for three games following his blindside hit that led to Pittsburgh Penguins forward Jake Guentzel sustaining a concussion. The hit occurred about nine minutes into Pittsburgh's 3-1 win at Buffalo on Tuesday. Guentzel will miss the next few games as he goes through the concussion protocol.

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