Short Shifts: Saturday, March 20, 2010

Updated: March 20, 2010 at 7:00 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.


Thrashers
Chris Thorburn, Slava Kozlov and Chris Chelios all healthy scratches.

Sabres
Drew Stafford will be ready if called upon.

Hurricanes
With Alexandre Picard week-to-week, Bryan Rodney gets recalled from the Albany River Rats.

Lines updated.


Blackhawks
Brent Seabrook and Cristobal Huet both skated with the team yesterday during practice.

Blue Jackets
Andrew Murray out with a knee injury.

Trevor Frischmon recalled from the Syracuse Crunch.  He will make his NHL debut tonight.


Stars
Mike Modano out with after getting his appendix removed.

Mathieu Tousignant signed to an entry-level contract.


Red Wings
Derek Meech will play if Patrick Eaves cannot.

Panthers
Byron Bitz in for Nick Tarnasky.

Kings
Davis Drewiske, Richard Clune and Raitis Ivanans will be the healthy scratches.

Canadiens
Marc-Andre Bergeron and Michael Cammalleri should return sometime this week.

Predators
No lineup changes.

Devils
Patrik Elias and Brian Rolston back in the lineup.

Islanders
No lineup changes.

Senators
Milan Michalek expected to miss today’s game.

Mike Fisher will play.

Filip Kuba a late scratch.  Matt Carkner will play with Erik Karlsson.


Flyers
No lineup changes.

Coyotes
No lineup changes.

Penguins
Evgeni Malkin will play between Alexei Ponikarovsky and Ruslan Fedotenko.

Lines updated.


Blues
No lineup changes.

Lightning
Zenon Kenopka could return to the lineup tonight.

Maple Leafs
Luca Caputi sent home sick and questionable for tonight.

Wayne Primeau will play in his place.


Canucks
No lineup changes per TC Carling.

Capitals
Alexander Ovechkin back in the lineup after serving a two game suspension.

Matt Bradley, Tyler Sloan, Quintin Laing and Joe Corvo will be the scratches

Lines updated.

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