Gibson led the Ducks onto the ice for warmups.
Gibson stopped 37 of the 38 shots that he faced in the Ducks win in St. Louis on Saturday. The win snapped an ugly three-game losing streak for Gibson, who is now 2-5-0 with a 2.90 GAA and .913 SV% in seven road starts. The Capitals come into Monday's game having won four of their last six (4-1-1) in Washington while scoring 4.14 goals per game.
Haula (knee) is not going to be back "any time soon."
Haula returned to the Hurricanes lineup for two games but did not look 100 percent and head coach Rod Brind'Amour expects him to be out for an extended period of time. Haula will be replaced by Eetu Luostarinen moving forward.
The Senators have recalled Max Veronneau from Belleville (AHL).
Veronneau, who had four points (2G / 2A) in 12 NHL games with the Senators last season but stared 2019-20 in the AHL. The 23-year-old has three goals and three assists in 14 AHL games and will likely make his season debut in Detroit on Tuesday.
Calvert is in concussion protocol and is out indefinitely.
Calvert was hit in the face by a Canucks point-shot in Saturday's win and is out indefinitely. Calvert has travelled back to Colorado and is in concussion protocol. The Avalanche will likely need to call up some reinforcements from Colorado (AHL) to fill-in for Calvert.
Source: @Avalanche 11/18/19, 4:15 pm EST
Francouz (concussion) is expected to be available on Tuesday.
Francouz has missed the last two games with a concussion that he suffered before facing a single shot in Winnipeg last Tuesday. Philipp Grubauer is expected to be back tomorrow as well, so look for Francouz to serve as the backup.
Source: @Avalanche 11/18/19, 4:11 pm EST
"Good possibility" that Grubauer (lower-body) is available for Tuesday's game in Calgary.
Grubauer missed the last five games with a lower-body injury but was at practice on Monday and head coach Jared Bednar thinks both Grubauer and Pavel Francouz will be available on Tuesday. The Avalanche managed to go 4-1-0 without Grubauer.
Source: @Avalanche 11/18/19, 4:10 pm EST
Vatanen (upper-body) will return to the Devils lineup on Tuesday.
Vatanen has missed the last three games with an upper-body injury but will play Tuesday vs. the Bruins. Vatanen, who has four goals and four assists in 15 games this season, is expected to be on the third pair and first power-play unit in his return.
Hawryluk (upper-body) is expected to miss one more week.
Hawryluk has missed the last seven games and head coach Joel Quenneville expects him to miss at least one more week (four games). They do expect Hawryluk to return to practice at some time this week, which leaves the door open for the winger to play next week.
Weegar (face) is expected to miss one more week.
Weegar has missed the last three games and head coach Joel Quenneville expects him to miss at least one more week (four games). They do expect him to return to practice sometime throughout the week, which leaves the door open for the defenseman to play next week.
Thompson is expected to miss 3-to-5 weeks with an upper-body injury.
Thompson was hurt in his season debut on Sunday. He was called-up to replace Kyle Okposo (concussion) but suffered an injury of his own after playing just 6:59 TOI. He was hit awkwardly by Olli Maatta and suffered what appeared to be a shoulder injury. The Sabres have announced that he will miss at least three weeks.
Source: @SabresPR 11/18/19, 3:16 pm EST
Okposo is out indefinitely with a concussion.
Okposo has had trouble with concussions throughout his career so this is obviously scary news for the 31-year-old winger. Tage Thompson, who was called up to replace Okposo on Sunday, was hurt in that game so the Sabres will likely dig deeper into their farm system for replacements on Tuesday. Given his history with concussions, Okposo could be sidelined long-term.
Source: @SabresPR 11/18/19, 3:14 pm EST
Bishop will start Tuesday vs. the Canucks.
Janmark (lower-body) will likely return to the Stars lineup on Tuesday.
Janmark missed the last three games with a lower-body injury but is expected to play Tuesday vs. the Canucks. There's no word on who Janmark will replace but it will likely be Nicholas Caamano.
Zibanejad (upper-body) skated on his own on Monday; will not play on Wednesday.
Zibanejad remains sidelined by and upper-body injury that he suffered back on October 27th. He hasn't returned to full practice yet but the fact that he is skating on his own suggests that Zibanejad could be back in the next week or so.
The Maple Leafs have placed Trevor Moore (shoulder) on IR.
The Maple Leafs started a six-game road trip on Saturday and Moore is not currently with the team. His move to IR means he will miss at least two more games and it opens up a spot for Pierre Engvall to be called up from the Marlies (AHL).
The Maple Leafs have recalled Pierre Engvall from Toronto (AHL).
With Trevor Moore going on IR with a shoulder injury, Engvall gets his first career NHL call-up. The 2014 seventh-round pick has been surprising this season, tying for the Marlies team-lead with 16 points (7G / 9A) in 15 games.
Mahura is expected to be a healthy scratch on Monday.
Mahura has played in four straight games but played a season-low 11:24 TOI on Saturday and will be replaced by Jacob Larsson on Monday night.
Larsson is expected to be back in the Ducks lineup on Monday.
Larsson was a healthy scratch in St. Louis on Saturday but is expected to replace Josh Mahura on Monday. Larsson isn't known for his offensive ability, having scored just one goal and one assist in 19 games this season.
Terry is expected to be a healthy scratch on Monday.
Terry has been held off of the scoresheet in six straight games and has just four points (2G / 2A) in 21 games this season. This will be the first time in 2019-20 that Terry has served as a healthy scratch. Ondrej Kase will replace him in the lineup.
Kase is expected to be back in the Ducks lineup on Monday.
Kase was a healthy scratch in St. Louis on Saturday but is expected to replace Troy Terry in the lineup on Monday. Kase's offensive output has been disappointing (1G / 6A in 15 games) but his goal production has been limited by a 2.8 SH%.