Short Shifts: Saturday, March 06, 2010

Updated: March 6, 2010 at 6:42 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
New even strength lines.

No lineup changes.

Brad Marchand and Dany Sabourin recalled from Providence.Matt Dalton re-assigned to Providence.

Milan Lucic likely hurt his hand in a fight with Colton Orr but could play tonight.

Patrice Bergeron will return to the lineup.

Andrew Ference will not play tonight.

Lines updated.

No lineup changes will be made from last game other than Justin Peters in for Manny Legace.

Milan Hejduk returns to the lineup tonight.

Blue Jackets
Andrew Murray will center the second line with R.J. Umberger and Jakub Voracek.

Derrick Brassard could join the team in Los Angeles.

Lines updated.

Mark Fistric and Fabian Brunnstrom will be the scratches today.

See updated lines.

Byron Bitz set to play on the second line.  Cory Stillman and Steven Reinprecht will be his linemates.

Forward lines updated.

Justin Williams listed as day-to-day and skating on the fourth line.  He could return as soon as next week.

Ben Maxwell recalled from the Hamilton Bulldogs.

Maxim Lapierre suspended for four games.

Trent Hunter and Jeff Tambellini scratched.

Andrew MacDonald remains sidelined.

Marian Gaborik will play.  Enver Lisin takes a seat.  Aaron Voros also scratched.

Several players could be sick, leading to multiple call-ups.  Will keep everyone updated.

Zach Smith recalled from Binghampton.  Daniel Alfredsson and Filip Kuba will not play tonight.

Ed Jovanovski should return to the lineup tonight.

Alexei Ponikarovsky will play tonight with Evgeni Malkin and Ruslan Fedotenko.

Bill Guerin will not play today.

Scott Nichol will miss 7-10 days.

No lineup changes.

Paul Szczechura recalled from the Norfolk Admirals.

Maple Leafs
Mikhail Grabovski will not play this weekend.

Boyd Gordon, John Erskine, Quintin Laing and Brendan Morrison appear to be the “odd men out.”

See updated lines.