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NHL injured list

Anaheim Ducks

2.4Cam FowlerD20.4 ?
24.1Patrick EavesRW

Arizona Coyotes

9.4Derek StepanC
7.4Kevin ConnautonD
3.4Jakob ChychrunD
31.3Christian DvorakC
22.3Niklas HjalmarssonD
20.3Jason DemersD
11.3Laurent DauphinC
15.11Dave BollandC

Boston Bruins

19.4Patrice BergeronC
1.4Brandon CarloD

Buffalo Sabres

4.4Zemgus GirgensonsLW
29.3Robin LehnerG
17.3Jacob JosefsonC
6.3Jake McCabeD
6.2Zach BogosianD

Calgary Flames

8.4Dougie HamiltonD
7.4Marek HrivikLW
30.3Travis HamonicD
24.3Sean MonahanC
23.3Kris VersteegLW
21.3T.J. BrodieD

Carolina Hurricanes

7.4Brock McGinnLW
2.4Justin FaulkD
21.3Victor RaskC
21.3Brett PesceD

Chicago Blackhawks

11.4Vinnie HinostrozaLW
2.4Corey CrawfordG
30.3Anton ForsbergG
22.3Anthony DuclairLW
22.3Jonathan ToewsC
27.10Michal RozsivalD
3.10Marian HossaRW

Colorado Avalanche

19.4Jonathan BernierG
14.4Samuel GirardD
1.4Semyon VarlamovG24.4 ?
1.4Erik JohnsonD

Columbus Blue Jackets

12.4Alexander WennbergC
23.3Lukas SedlakC21.4 ?

Dallas Stars

29.3Stephen JohnsD
18.3Ben BishopG
9.3Martin HanzalC

Detroit Red Wings

17.4Luke GlendeningC
22.3Mike GreenD
2.9Johan FranzenRW

Edmonton Oilers

4.4Yohann AuvituD
4.4Andrej SekeraD
19.3Oscar KlefbomD

Florida Panthers

8.4James ReimerG

Los Angeles Kings

3.4Derek ForbortD

Minnesota Wild

17.4Zach PariseLW
1.4Ryan SuterD

Montreal Canadiens

18.4Paul ByronLW
7.4Charles HudonLW
4.4Nikita ScherbakRW
26.3Ales HemskyRW
21.3Andrew ShawRW
5.3Victor MeteD
22.2Shea WeberD

Nashville Predators

25.3Yannick WeberD

New Jersey Devils

19.4Sami VatanenD

New York Islanders

5.4Johnny BoychukD
28.12Calvin de HaanD

New York Rangers

10.4Henrik LundqvistG
7.4Steven KampferD
4.4Cody McLeodLW
3.4Jesper FastRW
27.3Kevin ShattenkirkD
14.3Anthony DeAngeloD

Ottawa Senators

7.4Ben HarpurD
5.4Mark StoneRW
3.4Mike CondonG
29.3Chris WidemanD
24.3Marian GaborikRW
15.11Clarke MacArthurLW

Philadelphia Flyers

17.4Sean CouturierC

Pittsburgh Penguins

17.4Patric HornqvistRW
17.3Carter RowneyC20.4 ?

San Jose Sharks

16.4Joe ThorntonC

St. Louis Blues

16.4Vince DunnD
8.4Vladimir TarasenkoRW
1.4Scottie UpshallLW
24.3Carl GunnarssonD
5.3Jay BouwmeesterD
2.10Robby FabbriC

Tampa Bay Lightning

14.4Ryan CallahanRW
26.3Adam ErneLW24.4 ?

Toronto Maple Leafs

14.4Leo KomarovRW

Vancouver Canucks

5.4Markus GranlundLW
2.4Reid BoucherC
25.3Chris TanevD
22.3Brock BoeserRW
22.3Erik GudbransonD
16.3Sven BaertschiLW
16.3Loui ErikssonLW

Vegas Golden Knights

14.3Luca SbisaD

Washington Capitals

16.4Andre BurakovskyLW

Winnipeg Jets

17.4Tyler MyersD
11.4Mathieu PerreaultLW
25.3Toby EnstromD
19.3Dmitry KulikovD20.4 ?
15.3Matt HendricksC

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

Boston 20.4.18
Bergeron late scratch vs. Thursday

Boston Bruins forward Patrice Bergeron was sidelined against the Toronto Maple Leafs for Game 4 of their playoff series with an upper-body injury. The team made the announcement minutes before warmups Thursday, adding that Bergeron is day-to-day. The 32-year-old forward has five assists through the first three games of Boston's first-round matchup against the Leafs, which the Bruins lead 2-1.

N. Jersey 20.4.18
Vatanen day to day with injury

The New Jersey Devils are not sure whether top defenseman Sami Vatanen is going to be available for Game 5 of their first-round series with the Tampa Bay Lightning. Vatanen is listed as day to day with an upper-body injury after being hurt on a big hit by Nikita Kucherov in a 3-1 loss Wednesday that put the Devils within a game of elimination. The 26-year-old Finn did not make the trip to Florida on Thursday, but he might join the team there.

Winnipeg 19.4.18
Morrissey suspended 1 game

Winnipeg Jets defenseman Josh Morrissey was suspended for one game by the NHL on Wednesday for cross-checking Minnesota Wild forward Eric Staal. The cross-check to Staal's neck happened in the first period of Winnipeg's 2-0 victory Tuesday night. The Jets lead the best-of-seven series 3-1. Game 5 is Friday night in Winnipeg.

Minnesota 18.4.18
Wild lose Parise

The Minnesota Wild were hit with a major setback in their first-round playoff matchup with Winnipeg, a broken sternum for left wing Zach Parise suffered in the last game that will keep him out for at least the remainder of the series and likely longer if they advance. Parise scored in each of the first three games of the series. He is the Wild's all-time playoffs leader with 14 goals and 31 points. The Wild are already missing standout defenseman Ryan Suter because of a broken right ankle.

Colorado 16.4.18
Girard out for Game 3

The Colorado Avalanche will be without defenseman Samuel Girard for Game 3 against Nashville due to an upper-body injury. The 19-year-old Girard made his Stanley Cup playoff debut during Game 1 in Nashville, only to sit out the second contest with the injury. Girard was acquired from Nashville in early November as part of a three-team trade that sent Matt Duchene to Ottawa. Girard had three goals and 17 assists for Colorado in the regular season.

Toronto 14.4.18
Kadri suspended 3 games

Toronto Maple Leafs forward Nazem Kadri was suspended for three games Friday for boarding Boston forward Tommy Wingels during Game 1 of the first-round playoff series. Kadri was suspended for the fourth time in his career. He had 32 goals and 23 assists in 80 games during the regular season.

Tampa B. 11.4.18
Stamkos eyes return for 1st round

Steven Stamkos is back on the ice, eager to lead the Tampa Bay Lightning into the NHL playoffs. The five-time All-Star missed the last three games of the regular season with a lower-body injury. He returned to practice this week and hopes to be ready Thursday for the start of a first-round series against the New Jersey Devils. Stamkos rebounded from missing most of last season with a knee injury to bolster the NHL's most prolific offense with 27 goals and a career-high 59 assists for 86 points in 78 games.

Ottawa 6.4.18
Gaborik recovering after surgery

Senators forward Marian Gaborik had surgery to repair a herniated disk in his back. The 36-year-old Slovak had 11 goals and 10 assists in 46 games this season for Los Angeles and Ottawa. He last played March 22. Gaborik has 407 goals and 408 assists in 1,035 NHL regular-season games. He was traded to Ottawa on February 14 with Nick Shore for Dion Phaneuf and Nate Thompson.

Minnesota 5.4.18
Kunin undergoes ACL surgery

Minnesota Wild rookie forward Luke Kunin has undergone surgery to repair a torn ACL is in left knee. The Wild said Wednesday the surgery was successful. Kunin suffered the injury on March 4 against Detroit. He is expected to return to play in about six to seven months.

St Louis 4.4.18
Gunnarsson to miss 6 months

Carl Gunnarsson will be sidelined at least six months after surgery to repair a torn ACL in his left knee. The 31-year-old defenseman was hurt during the Blues' 4-1 win over Vancouver on March 23. In 63 games this season, Gunnarsson had five goals and four assists along with 22 penalty minutes. Earlier this week, the Blues said forward Scottie Upshall is out indefinitely with a lacerated left kidney. St. Louis also is without defenseman Jay Bouwmeester (hip injury) and winger Robby Fabbri (knee).

Minnesota 3.4.18
Suter needs ankle surgery

Minnesota Wild defenseman Ryan Suter has a broken right ankle that will require surgery and end his season. The Wild announced the diagnosis on Monday before they beat Edmonton 3-0, when Suter's streak of 242 consecutive regular-season games ended. That's the third-longest in franchise history. Suter was hurt on Saturday at Dallas when he crashed leg-first into the end wall and needed help off the ice. An MRI on Monday confirmed the fear that an operation would be needed to fix the fracture.

Buffalo 2.4.18
Antipin out indefinitely

Buffalo Sabres defenseman Victor Antipin has been diagnosed with a concussion and will be out indefinitely after taking a hard hit from behind Saturday against Nashville and being stretchered off the ice. The Sabres announced that Antipin also suffered facial lacerations, a broken nose and dental injuries. While the team did not specify a timetable, it's entirely possible Antipin's season is over as there are only four games left in the regular season.

Buffalo 1.4.18
Antipin taken off ice on stretcher

Buffalo coach Phil Housley says Victor Antipin is doing good but the Sabres will know more Sunday about the defenseman who was taken off the ice on a stretcher to a local hospital. Antipin was behind the Sabres' net and passing the puck when Predators forward Scott Hartnell checked him into the glass from behind. Once a trainer reached Antipin, a stretcher was called for almost immediately in a silent arena. Antipin was loaded onto a backboard before being placed on the stretcher with the defenseman's head and neck supported by a collar.

Chicago 23.3.18
Toews out with upper-body injury

Jonathan Toews is out with an upper-body injury and will be re-evaluated next week. The Blackhawks captain suffered the injury during Tuesday's 5-1 loss to Colorado. Toews has 20 goals and 32 assists in 74 games. Matthew Highmore is expected to return to the lineup against the Canucks with Toews out. Highmore missed the loss to Colorado with an upper-body injury. The Blackhawks were eliminated from playoff contention with the loss to the Avalanche.

Winnipeg 21.3.18
Laine suffers injury blocking shot

Winnipeg Jets winger Patrik Laine left Tuesday night's game against the Los Angeles Kings with a lower-body injury. The 19-year-old kneeled to block a shot from Kings defenceman Alec Martinez in the second period. It made contact with the inside of his left foot and he slowly hobbled off the ice and into the dressing room. Laine entered the day with 43 goals, tying him with Washington Capitals forward Alex Ovechkin for most in the NHL.

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