Short Shifts: Saturday, April 3, 2010 – Langenbrunner Out

Updated: April 3, 2010 at 5:33 pm by Alexander Monaghan

Covering notable lineup changes from around the NHL. Click the team logo for lines.
Note: Some lines may not be changed until new lines are provided by the team.

Anaheim Ducks
Brendan Mikkelson re-assigned to the Toronto Marlies.

Nathan Oystrick will make his Ducks debut.

Peter Holland signed to a three-year, entry-level contract.

James Wisniewski completed his eight-game suspension.

Evander Kane return to the lineup after missing the last 15 games with a broken left foot.

Colby Armstrong will be suspended for two games following an elbow to Mathieu Perreault.

Evgeny Artyukhin out.  Eric Boulton will play on the fourth line.

Pavel Kubina remains out.

Shawn Thornton will return to the lineup after missing last game.

Andrew Ference did not travel with the team, meaning he will not play again.

Andrew Bodnarchuk recalled from the Providence Bruins on an emergency basis.

Mark Stuart looks like the odd man out on the blue line.

No lineup changes.

New lines.

Blue Jackets
Kris Russell will miss tonight’s game with an arm injury.

Trevor Frischmon re-assigned to the Syracuse Crunch.

Maxime Fortunas and Philip Larsen recalled to the big club.

Red Wings
Daniel Cleary remains out of the lineup with a groin injury.

Brad Stuart will play despite missing yesterday’s practice with a “minor injury.”

No lineup changes.

Rostislav Olesz, Chris Duco and Clay Wilson in.

Bryan Allen amongst other remain out.

Jonathan Bernier re-assigned to the Manchester Monarchs.

Raitis Ivanans in for an injured Jeff Halpern.  The veteran center will miss 7-10 days.

Jaroslav Spacek will be a game-time decision.

Ryan Flynn signed a two-year, entry-level contract.

Jason Arnott likely to return Wednesday.

Dainius Zubrus probable for tonight’s game.

Mark Fraser will play after sitting out the last nine games.

Jay Pandolfo in for Vladimir Zharkov.

Jamie Langenbrunner needs rest and therefore coach Jacques Lemaire will sit him tonight.

Bruno Gervais will return to the lineup soon.

No lineup changes.

No lineup changes.

Filip Kuba could miss the rest of the season.

Milan Michalek could return as soon as Tuesday.

Mathieu Brodeur signed to a two-year, entry-level contract.

Evgeni Malkin and Sergei Gonchar expected to return for today’s game.

Paul Kariya questionable to play tonight.

Carlo Colaiacovo will play tonight.

Roman Polak and Barrett Jackman did not practice and will not play.

Maple Leafs
Brayden Irwin will play again tonight.

Quintin Laing ready to return.

Brendan Morrison, Scott Walker and Boyd Gordon expected to return next week.