Aberg will make his Maple Leafs debut on Saturday.
Aberg was called-up on Friday and was immediately moved into the Maple Leafs' top-6 with Andreas Johnsson going on LTIR. Aberg, who leads the Marlies with 24 points in 22 games this season, will skate on a line with Auston Matthews and William Nylander in his debut.
Kylington is expected to be a healthy scratch on Saturday.
Kylington has played in nine straight games but will be a healthy scratch on Saturday. With Kylington out, Michael Stone will draw back into the lineup.
Stone is expected to be back in the Flames lineup on Saturday.
Stone was a healthy scratch vs the Sabres on Thursday but is expected to replace Oscar Kylington on Saturday night. Stone doesn't provide a lot of offence, having scored just one goal with two assists in 15 games this season.
Malgin will be a healthy scratch on Saturday.
Malgin has played in 25 of the Panthers' 27 games this season but will be replaced by Aleksi Saarela on Saturday night. Malgin has been held pointless in his last 13 games.
Vorobyov will draw into the Flyers lineup on Saturday.
Vorobyov will suit up for the Flyers for the first time since November 7th after getting called up on Wednesday. Vorobyov has just one assist while averaging 8:49 TOI/gm in six appearances with Philadelphia this season.
Hagg will be a healthy scratch on Saturday.
Hagg played Thursday vs. the Coyotes, skating 8:13 TOI and failing to pick up a point. Hagg, who has three assists in 17 games this season, will sit as the Flyers go back to 12 forwards and six defensemen. Mikhail Vorobyov will step in for Hagg.
Mueller will draw into the Devils lineup on Friday.
Matt Tennyson landed on IR on Thursday, so Muller will play for the first time since November 22nd. Mueller has no points and a minus-7 rating in 14 games this season.
Dal Colle is expected to be scratched on Thursday.
Dahlstrom will be a healthy scratch on Thursday.
Dahlstrom played in the last two games but will be replaced by Nathan Beaulieu, who returns from an upper-body injury.
Source: Ken Wiebe 12/5/19, 1:59 pm EST
Radulov will be a healthy scratch on Thursday.
Radulov has been held pointless in his last four games and has taken a penalty in three of the four. Head coach Jim Montgomery told reporters that scratching Radulov is "doing what we think is best for the Dallas Stars." With Radulov out, Justin Dowling will be back on the Stars top-line between Tyler Seguin and Jamie Benn.
Clifton will be a healthy scratch on Thursday.
Clifton was in the lineup for the last three games but will take a seat with John Moore (shoulder) set to make his season debut.
Harrington will be a healthy scratch on Thursday.
As expected, Harrington got the first crack at replacing Zach Weresnki in the lineup on Tuesday but Andrew Pekke will replace him and make his NHL debut on Thursday.
Peeke will make his NHL debut on Thursday.
Peeke has posted five goals and seven assists (12 points) in 21 games with Cleveland (AHL) this season and was called-up after Zach Werenski suffered a shoulder injury. He is expected to make his NHL debut on the third-pair with Vladislav Gavrikov as his partner.
Robinson will be a healthy scratch on Thursday.
Robinson played just 6:50 TOI in Tuesday's loss to the Coyotes and will be replaced by Emil Bemstrom in the lineup on Thursday.
Bemstrom will be back in the Blue Jackets lineup on Thursday.
Bemstrom was a healthy scratch on Tuesday but will draw back in for Eric Robinson on Thursday. Bemstrom was dominant in Sweden last year but has just nine points (3G / 6A) in 26 games in the NHL this season.
Lajoie will draw into the Senators lineup on Wednesday.
Brannstrom will be a healthy scratch on Wednesday.
Persson will draw into Oilers lineup on Wednesday.
Persson was called up on Tuesday and will play in his first NHL game since November 10th. Persson will skate with Kris Russell on the third pair and has two assists and 12 shots in 10 games this season.
Petan will be a healthy scratch on Tuesday.
Petan filled in for Jason Spezza on the tail-end of the Maple Leafs' weekend back-to-back. However, the 36-year-old centre will be back in the lineup in Philadelphia, sending Petan back to the luxury box.
Spezza will be back in the Maple Leafs lineup on Tuesday.
Spezza was a healthy scratch on Saturday but will replace Nic Petan in the lineup in Philadelphia. Spezza has elevated the Maple Leafs' third line in recent action, posting two goals four assists (six points) in his last six games.