Panarin is not on the ice for wamrups; not expected to play vs. the Islanders.
Source: Dan Rosen 01/21/20, 6:36 pm EST
Krejci is on the ice for warmups; expected to play vs. the Golden Knights.
Mantha (mid-body) will miss at least one more month; could miss the rest of the season.
Mantha, who has been out since December 21st, will be sidelined until at least late February. Head coach Jeff Blashill did not rule out the possibility of Mantha missing the rest of the regular season, especially when you consider that the Red Wings season is effectively over.
Nielsen (upper-body) will not play on Wednesday.
Nielsen left Monday's game early in the first period and did not return. Nielsen will miss Wednesday's game but could be back next Friday when the Red Wings return from their bye week. Christoffer Ehn will likely draw into the lineup to replace Nielsen.
Green is expected to miss a couple of weeks with an upper-body injury.
Green was forced to leave Monday's game with an upper-body injury and head coach Jeff Blashill announced that he'll be out for at least a couple of weeks. With the bye week starting after Wednesday's game, Green could only end up missing roughly seven games. Jonathan Ericsson will likely draw back into the lineup for Ericsson on Wednesday.
Koivu (illness) will return to the Wild lineup on Wednesday.
Koivu has missed the last two games with an illness but will play Wednesday vs. the Red Wings. Koivu will centre a line with Jordan Greenway and Ryan Hartman and heads into Wednesday with 13 points (2G / 11A) in 35 games.
Schultz (lower-body) will not play on Tuesday.
Schultz was listed as questionable after practicing on Monday but remained in Pittsburgh with the team travelling to Philadelphia. With the bye week starting after tonight's game, the penguins will play it safe with Schultz likely to return tot he lineup next Friday vs. the Flyers.
Krejci (upper-body) will be a game-time decision on Tuesday.
Krejci has missed the last two games with an upper-body injury but will be a game-time decision tonight vs. the Golden Knights. With the bye week starting after tonight, it would be surprising to see Krejci play but monitor his status during warmups at 6:30 pm ET. If he plays, Charlie Coyle will move to the third line and Par Lindholm will be a healthy scratch.
Raffl (upper-body) will not play on Tuesday.
Raffl was banged up late in Saturday's game and will be held out of the lineup vs. the Penguins. The Flyers are playing it safe before the bye week, so German Rubtsov will draw in on the fourth line and Joel Farabee will move up to the Sean Couturier line.
Lowry will miss at least four weeks with an upper-body injury.
Lowry left Sunday's game in Chicago with an upper-body injury that he suffered early on a hit from Drake Caggiula. With Lowry out, Andrew Copp will move back to centre and Jack Roslovic will be bumped back into the top-6.
Source: Brian Munz 01/20/20, 3:37 pm EST
Filppula (lower-body) is on the ice for warmups; expected to play in Colorado.
Schultz (lower-body) could return to the lineup on Tuesday.
Schultz was on the ice for Monday's practice and has not been ruled out for Tuesday's game in Philadelphia. This would be a huge boost to the Penguins blueline, who have seen John Marino and Marcus Pettersson step-up in his absence. Schultz had two goals and six assists (eight points) in 27 games before getting hurt in mid-December.
Simon (lower-body) is expected to play on Tuesday.
Simon was forced to leave Sunday's game vs. the Bruins but was able to return to the ice for Monday's practice and is expected to play tomorrow. Simon has been tearing it up since Sidney Crosby returned to the lineup, scoring two goals with two assists (four points) in four games.
Source: Josh Yohe 01/20/20, 1:08 pm EST
Kahun is out indefinitely with a concussion.
Kahun was forced to leave Sunday's game in the second period and did not return. He was not on the ice for Monday's morning skate and head coach Mike Sullivan announced that he has been diagnosed with a concussion. Luckily the Penguins bye week is around the corner, so Kahun could only end up missing about three games.
Source: Josh Yohe 01/20/20, 1:07 pm EST
Toninato (illness) is expected to play Monday in Minnesota.
Toninato was a late-scratch Saturday in Detroit but is expected to play tonight in his home state. He has been playing with quality linemates (Hoffman & Vatrano) lately and comes in with three assists in his last four games.
Hunt (illness) will not play on Monday.
Hunt's absence started as a healthy scratch but he's now been sidelined for a few games due to an illness. He was on the ice for Monday's morning skate but will miss his fifth consecutive game.
Koivu (illness) is not expected to play on Monday.
Koivu was a late-scratch on Saturday and it looks like he'll miss his second straight game on Monday. Koivu took part in the Wild's morning skate but is not expected to play vs. the Panthers. After a 7-0 win, head coach Bruce Boudreau may not want to change things.
Raffl (upper-body) is questionable to play on Tuesday.
Raffl suffered an upper-body injury late in Saturday's game vs. the Kings and is questionable for play Tuesday vs. the Penguins. German Rubtsov has been recalled to take Raffl's spot if he's unavailable.
Filppula (lower-body) is doubtful to play Monday in Colorado.
Filppula left Saturday's game vs. the Panthers after being hit by Vincent Trocheck late in the first period and missed Sunday's practice. Head coach Jeff Blashill did not have much of an update on Filppula's status but labelled him as questionable for Monday's afternoon game. With Filppula likely out, look for Brendan Perlini to draw into the lineup.
Donskoi (concussion) will miss Monday's afternoon game vs. the Red Wings.
Donskoi ditched the non-contact sweater and was a full participant in Sunday's practice. Still, Donskoi will miss his fifth straight game and will take the 11 days between games to get back to 100 percent. Look for him to travel on their five-game road trip and return to the lineup on February 1st in Philadelphia.