Calgary Flames: GM Brad Treliving announced that defenseman Noah Hanifin will have shoulder surgery and his season is done.
- Eric Francis: Flames coach Darryl Sutter on Hanifin’s timeline: “The team will take care of all of that. I’m the coach. I’m not a veterinarian or emergency room doctor.”
- Pat Steinberg: Coach Sutter confirms that Hanifin first hurt his shoulder in Montreal but had been playing through it and re-aggravated it on Saturday.
Michael Smith: Carolina Hurricanes forward Teuvo Teravainen and goaltender Petr Mrazek were on the ice yesterday but may not be ready yet.
Ben Pope: Chicago Blackhawks coach Jeremy Colliton said that Ryan Carpenter has a concussion and is “likely to miss some time.”
Colliton said that defenseman Calvin de Haan is day-to-day but adds “not likely to play in the near future.”
Peter Baugh: Colorado Avalanche defenseman Jacob MacDonald is listed as week-to-week. He was hurt training and isn’t traveling with the team.
Adrian Dater: Avs forward Brandon Saad is out for the next two to four weeks with a lower-body injury.
New York Rangers: Defenseman Jacob Trouba remains listed as day-to-day. He skated on his own yesterday.
Puck Pedia: The Oilers have placed forward Zack Kassian on the LTIR. The move adds his $3.2 million salary cap hit to the LTIR pool. This gave them the space to add Ryan McLeod.
Bruce Garrioch: Ottawa Senators goaltender Matt Murray and Anton Forsberg are out with Murray looking like he’ll be “out a little bit longer.”
Philadelphia Flyers: Forward Tanner Laczynski had surgery yesterday morning and will be out for four months. He had surgery to repair a torn labrum in his right hip.
Jordan Hall of NBC Sports: Flyers goaltender Carter Hart skated yesterday but didn’t practice. They are being cautious with his mild knee sprain.
Sheng Peng: San Jose Sharks coach Bob Boughner said that Matt Nieto had another setback. He had been on the ice skating a week ago but is now back in rehab.
Kevin Kurz: Sharks forwards Kevin Labanc and Ryan Donato missed last night’s game with injuries.
Jeremy Rutherford: St. Louis Blues coach Craig Berube on defensemen Colton Parayko and Vince Dunn, who both missed last night’s game: “I don’t know how long they’re out for.”
Mike Zeisberger: Toronto Maple Leafs coach Sheldon Keefe said there is no timeline on when goaltender Frederik Andersen could return.
- Lance Hornby: Keefe: “Focus is to get (Andersen) ready for game action. Until then, Jack and Rittich are first.”
Scott Billick: Winnipeg Jets forward Adam Lowry is listed as day-to-day.
Elliotte Friedman: Winnipeg Jets coach Paul Maurice said that forward Nikolaj Ehlers will be out for the remainder of the regular season after taking a hit from Maple Leafs defenseman Jake Muzzin.
- Scott Billeck: Maurice is confident that Ehlers will be ready for the start of the playoffs.
- Scott Billeck: Maurice couldn’t confirm that Ehlers collision with Muzzin was where the injury occurred.