Short Shifts: Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Updated: February 9, 2010 at 3:42 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.


Bruins
David Krejci hopeful to play tonight.

Sabres
Steve Montador injured his hip before a fight with Jared Boll on Saturday, he will test it during practice today.

Patrick Kaleta not at morning skate, will miss tonight with a bruised foot.


Flames
Nigel Dawes rejoined the team yesterday for practice.

Rene Bourque will not return to the lineup before the Olympic break with a shoulder injury.  Jamie Lundmark takes his place with Curtis Glencross and Mikael Backlund.


Hurricanes
Zach Boychuk returns to Albany meaning Tuomo Ruutu will return to the lineup.

Blackhawks
Ben Eager will miss tonight’s game with a lower-body injury.

Stars
Mark Fistric and Steve Ott will miss the next three games and hope to return after the Olympics.

Mike Ribeiro returned from the IR following an emergency tracheotomy.

The team signed prospect Ondrej Roman to an ELC.


Red Wings
Johan Franzen will return to the lineup tonight.

Niklas Kronwall will likely not play.  Tomas Holmstrom will be a gametime decision.

Ole-Kristian Tollefsen cleared waivers and the team re-assigned him to Grand Rapids.


Panthers
Victor Oreskovich recalled from Rochester.  Nick Tarnasky will be a healthy scratch.

Predators
Marcel Goc returns to the lineup after sitting out Saturday’s game with an upper-body injury.

Colin Wilson and Nolan Yonkman called up  from Milwaukee.

Alexander Sulzer placed on IR.


Islanders
Doug Weight will be a healthy scratch tonight.

Senators
Erik Karlsson and Nick Foligno remain out.

Blues
No morning skate, so no lineup updates will be announced before gametime.

Lightning
Mark Parrish should be signed soon.

Canucks
Pavol Demitra left the team for personal reasons. Ryan Johnson and Nolan Baumgartner also will miss tonight’s game.  Steve Bernier, Brad Lukowich and Jannik Hansen will take their places.
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