Chytil (lower-body) will likely miss Wednesday's game in Colorado.
Chytil left Tuesday's game in Dallas after playing 5:32 TOI and did not return. With Steven Fogarty being recalled from the AHL this morning, it suggests that he will replace Chytil tonight in Colorado.
Bozak (personal) will not play in Anaheim.
Bozak and his wife are expecting the birth of their baby so he did not make the trip to Anaheim. With Bozak out, Jordan Kyrou is expected to draw back in on the Blues' third line.
Source: Jim Thomas 03/11/20, 3:09 pm EST
MacKinnon will miss 1-2 weeks with a lower-body injury.
MacKinnon left Monday's game with a lower-body injury after getting tangled up with Martin Frk. The 1-2 week timeline means MacKinnon will miss 4-8 games. Martin Kaut was recalled from Colorado (AHL) and will draw into the lineup to replace MacKinnon on Wednesday. However, Vladislav Namestnikov could be the one to shift to centre on the first line.
Source: Cono 03/11/20, 1:48 pm EST
Stephenson (upper-body) will be a game-time decision on Thursday.
Stephenson was scratched Monday in Edmonton and was re-evaluated upon their return to Vegas and will be a game-time decision Thursday in Minnesota.
Stone (lower-body) is expected to return before the end of the regular season.
Golden Knights Pete DeBoer says that Stone remains week-to-week but that he anticipates Stone to be back for some regular-season games. Nicolas Roy is expected to remain in the top-6 moving forward.
Tuch (lower-body) will not travel to Minnesota.
Tuch was nearing a return to the Golden Knights lineup before suffering a setback at the start of the week. Not travelling suggests that Tuch will miss at least two more games but could be back for next Tuesday's home game vs. the Stars.
Atkinson (ankle) is expected to return to the Blue Jackets lineup on Thursday.
Atkinson missed the last 14 games with a high ankle sprain but is expected to be back in the lineup tomorrow vs. the Penguins. Prior to getting hurt, Atkinson had no points in his last seven games.
Makar (upper-body) will return to the Colorado lineup on Wednesday.
Makar missed the last five games with an upper-body injury but will play tonight vs. the Rangers. Makar will likely replace Kevin Connauton and comes in with five assists in his last 10 games.
McDavid (illness) will return to the Oilers lineup on Wednesday.
McDavid was listed as a game-time decision for Monday's game but ended up getting scratched. He missed yesterday's practice but was back on the ice for Wednesday's morning skate and will play vs. the Jets. Since January 1st, McDavid is second in points-per-game, with 32 points (11G / 21A) in 21 games (1.52 P/gm).
Tatar is out indefinitely with an upper-body injury.
Tatar was originally labelled as day-to-day with an upper-body injury that he suffered on March 3rd but announced that he's out indefinitely on Tuesday. The most recent timetable could end Tatar's 2020 season.
Source: John Lu 03/11/20, 12:46 pm EST
Seeler will be a healthy scratch on Wednesday.
Seeler and Lucas Carlsson have been alternating games over the last month and Seeler will come out tonight vs. the Sharks after dressing for the last two games.
Caggiula (hand) will not play on Wednesday.
Caggiula suffered a hand injury early in Sunday's game vs. the Blues and will not be available for tonight's game vs. the Sharks. With Caggiula out, Brandon Hagel was recalled from Rockford (AHL) and will make his NHL debut on the third line.
Boqvist (concussion) will not play on Wednesday.
Boqvist suffered a concussion vs. the Blues on Sunday and is out indefinitely. With Boqvist out, Nicolas Beaudin was recalled from Rockford (AHL) and will make his NHL debut on Wednesday. Lucas Carlsson will likely see some power-play time with Boqvist sidelined.
Ferraro (foot) travelled to Chicago and could return on Wednesday.
Ferraro has missed the last two games but could play Wednesday in Chicago. Head coach Bob Boughner said that Ferraro's return will be all about "pain tolerance, getting his foot back in a boot." Monitor his status during the Sharks' morning skate.
Couture (concussion protocol) did not travel to Chicago.
Couture took a deflected puck to the face on Sunday and will not travel with the team to start their four-game road trip. With Couture out on Wednesday, Noah Gregor is expected to centre the top line with Evander Kane and Kevin Labanc on his wings.
Myers will miss approximately four weeks with a fractured patella.
This announcement comes a few hours after the Flyers labelled Myers as a game-time decision for tonight's game, which obviously isn't the case anymore. Myers should be ready for the start of the playoffs but will be replaced by Shayne Gostisbehere tonight.
Source: @NHLFlyers 03/10/20, 6:30 pm EST
Hanifin (upper-bodyl) missed Tuesday's practice and is questionable to play Thursday.
Hanifin is going through protocol but head coach Geoff Ward doesn't think it will be a long-term absence. Travis Hamonic skated in Hanfin's spot on Tuesday and it looks like he could replace him on Thursday.
Boeser (ribs) will return to the Canucks lineup on Tuesday.
Boeser has missed the last 12 games but was on the ice for the morning skate and will play tonight vs. the Islanders. Boeser will return on a line with Bo Horvat and Tanner Pearson and comes in with 16 goals and 29 assists (45 points) in 56 games this season.
Bjugstad is week-to-week with a lower-body injury.
Bjugstad recently returned to the Penguins lineup after a 46-game absence following core muscle surgery. Three games in, Bjugstad is back on the sideline, out week-to-week with a lower-body issue.
Hedman (lower-body) will not play Tuesday in Toronto.
Hedman was on the ice for the Lightning's morning skate but will miss his second straight game with a lower-body injury that he suffered in Boston on Saturday. However, his availability for the morning skate suggests he's close to playing, so monitor his status prior to Thursday's game vs. the Flyers.