Short Shifts: Sunday, April 11, 2010

Updated: April 11, 2010 at 4:57 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
Saku Koivu, Scott Niedermayer and Teemu Selanne could return to the lineup.  Niedermayer and Selanne will waiver over retirement once again.

Brett Festerling will not play after likely receiving a concussion.

Nathan Oystrick re-assigned to the Manitoba Moose.

Todd Marchant and Ryan Getzlaf remain out of the lineup.


Bruins
Patrice Bergeron, Zdeno Chara and Mark Recchi will take the night off.

Zach Hamill will center Milan Lucic and Blake Wheeler.

Jeff Penner also rejoins the lineup.


Sabres
Drew Stafford has a concussion and will not play.

Blackhawks
Bryan Bickell could be in for Adam Burish today.

Jordan Hendry will be in the lineup.


Avalanche
Matt Duchene will miss tonight’s game with a torso injury.  He is listed as day-to-day.

Red Wings
Brett Lebda and Derek Meech will be healthy scratches.

Oilers
No lineup changes.

Panthers
Cory Stillman, Bryon Bitz, Gregory Campbell and Tomas Vokoun scratched.

Kings
Michal Handzus will not play tonight.  Raitis Ivanans will play in his place.

Devils
Colin White and Pierre-Luc Letourneau-Leblond will sit.

Jay Pandolfo and Mark Fraser return to the lineup.


Islanders
Joel Rechlicz recalled from the Bridgeport Sound Tigers.

Sean Bergenheim listed as questionable.


Rangers
Brian Boyle will play for Ryan Callahan.

Sean Avery remains out.


Flyers
Jeff Carter will play after not practicing yesterday.

Penguins
Eric Tangradi will make his NHL debut tonight.

Brooks Orpik will not play due to a leg laceration.

Matt Cooke listed as questionable after getting destroyed by Evander Kane last night


Lightning
Victor Hedman expected to sit out with an upper-body injury.

Capitals
Tomas Fleischmann, Eric Fehr, Quintin Laing, John Erskine and Tyler Sloan will not play today.
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