Janmark (ankle) will be a game-time decision in Game 3.
Janmark played just 6:31 TOI in Game 2 before leaving the game with an ankle issue. Janmark missed the morning skate on Monday but is expected to take warmups and is considered a game-time decision. Janmark, who had just 25 points in the regular season, has just one shot and four PIMS through two games in the postseason.
Zuccarello missed the morning skate but will play in Game 3.
Basically Zuccarello still has some discomfort in his arm and they will allow him to take morning skates off so that he is able to remain in the lineup. Through the first two games of the series, Zuccarello has one goal on one shot.
de Haan (upper-body) is expected to miss Game 3.
de Haan skated again during the morning skate but will remain sidelined for the third straight playoff game. Haydn Fleury will stay on the Hurricanes third pairing until de Haan is healthy.
Clifton (undisclosed) will not play in Game 3.
Clifton was forced to leave Game 2 early due to an undisclosed injury and will be replaced by Steven Kampfer in Game 3. Clifton, who has one shot in two games, is day-to-day.
Johansson (illness) will miss Game 3.
Johansson will be held out for the second straight game with an illness, which means David Backes will remain in the lineup in Toronto. Johansson is day-to-day and questionable for Game 4.
DeBrusk (undisclosed) will play in Game 3.
DeBrusk took some big licks in Game 2, including a cross-check to the head from Nazem Kadri late in the third period, but will play in Game 3. DeBrusk has been an effective pest through two games, registering six shots on goal but no points to date.
Krug (undisclosed) will play in Game 3.
Krug was forced to leave Game 2 after being crushed by Jake Muzzin and did not return. However, Krug was on the ice for the morning skate and is expected to be back on a pairing with Brandon Carlo and on the top power-play unit. Krug has had a solid start to the series, picking up one assist in each game.
Nutivaara (upper-body) will not play in Game 3.
Nutivaara absorbed a big hit from Nikita Kucherov towards the end of Game 2 (Kucherov was suspended one-game for the hit) and it will cost Nutivaara at least one game as well. Nutivaara was on the ice for warmups but was a late scratch, which suggests that he won't be out long term. Adam Clendening will replace him on the blueline.
Hedman (undisclosed) is not on the ice for warmups.
Hedman missed yesterday's practice and was listed as a game-time decision but will not play in Game 3 in Columbus. Braydon Coburn will draw into the Lightning lineup as they go to battle without Hedman or Nikita Kucherov.
Source: Joe Smith 04/14/19, 6:35 pm EST
Vlasic (undisclosed) is not expected to play in Game 3.
Vlasic played just 7:02 TOI in Game 2 before leaving with an undislcosed injury. Tim Heed is expected to replace Vlasic on the blueline and skate next to Justin Braun.
Source: Sheng Peng 04/14/19, 2:55 pm EST
McCann (upper-body) is on the ice for warmups; expected to play in Game 3.
McCann missed Game 2 due to an upper-body injury but is expected to replace Teddy Blueger in the lineup in Game 2.
McCann is "optimistic" he will play in Game 3.
McCann was forced to miss Game 2 with an upper-body injury but is expected to be back on the second line with Evgeni Malkin and Phil Kessel in Game 3.
Source: Joe Rutter 04/14/19, 9:49 am EST
Hedman (undisclosed) is questionable for Game 3 in Columbus.
Hedman missed Saturday's practice because he is "banged up" but head coach Jon Cooper is hopeful that their No.1 defeneman will be available on Sunday evening. The Lightning are down 2-0 and without their best forward, so they need Hedman in the lineup.
Source: Joe Smith 04/14/19, 9:41 am EST
Boyle (illness) will not play in Game 2.
DeBrusk (undisclosed) feels "100 percent" and will play in Game 2.
DeBrusk took some licks in Game 1 and missed yesterday's practice but will play in Game 2 vs. the Maple Leafs. DeBrusk, who had eight points (6G / 2A) in 12 playoff games last year, had two shots in 15:19 TOI in Game 1.
Tanev (hand) will be a game-time decision for Game 2.
Tanev missed Game 1 but was on the ice for Friday's morning skate and is expected to replace Jack Roslovic in the lineup for Game 2. Tanev, who remains a game-time decision, had six points (4G / 2A) in 17 playoff games last season.
Stralman (lower-body) will not play in Game 2.
Stralman took part in the Lightning's morning skate but will not be available for Game 2 vs. the Blue Jackets. Jan Rutta will remain in the lineup with Stralman sidelined.
Beauvillier (undisclosed) is "probable" to play in Game 2.
Beauvillier took Thursday off but is expected to play in Game 2 as the Islanders go with the same lineup that escaped Game 1 with a 1-0 series lead. Beauvillier had one shot in 11:01 TOI in that contest.
Dumoulin (lower-body) will play in Game 1 against the Islanders on Wednesday.
Eller (upper-body) is expected to play in Game 1 on Thursday.
Eller left Tuesday’s practice early but is expected to play in Game 1 vs. the Hurricanes. The 29-year-old had seven goals and 11 assists (18 points) in 24 games during the Capitals Stanley Cup run last year.