Short Shifts: Tuesday, April 6, 2010 – Erhoff, Green, Mueller Out

Updated: April 6, 2010 at 5:10 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
No rush getting Ryan Getzlaf back into the lineup.

Jonas Hiller improving but doubtful to play before Thursday.


Thrashers
Evgeny Artyuhkin and Todd White skated yesterday.

Bryan Little and Pavel Kubina did not practice with the team.


Sabres
Patrick Kaleta skated in a non-contact jersey yesterday.

Thomas Vanek skated during practice.

Craig Rivet listed as questionable.

Tim Connolly rode the stationary bike but has not skated yet.


Flames
No lineup changes.

Hurricanes
Tim Gleason likely out the rest of the season.

Blackhawks
Adam Burish in for Troy Brouwer.

Avalanche
Peter Mueller will likely miss the rest of the season with a concussion.

Ryan Stoa will play in his place.


Stars
Maxime Fortunas re-assigned to the Texas Stars.

Philip Larsen practiced with the team but will not play.

Mark Fistric should play after leaving Saturday’s game with an undisclosed injury.

Toby Peterson signed a two-year extension.


Panthers
No lineup changes.

Kings
Jeff Halpern not expected to play tomorrow.

Richard Clune in for Scott Parse.


Canadiens
Ben Maxwell and Jaroslav Spacek will be scratched tonight.

Devils
Paul Martin did not travel with the team for person reasons but expects to play tonight.

Islanders
No lineup changes.

Rangers
Dale Weiss recalled from the Hartford Wolfpack.

Corey Locke re-assigned to the Pack.

Ryan Callahan and Brian Boyle skated, no word on there return date.


Senators
Milan Michalek expected to return tonight.

Flyers
No lineup changes.

Penguins
Chris Kunitz out of tonight’s lineup.

Michael Rupp will play in his place.


Sharks
No lineup changes.

Lightning
Ryan Malone returns to the lineup tonight.

Maple Leafs
Phil Kessel skating regularly on his normal line.

Canucks
Christian Erhoff likely to miss tonight’s game.  Shane O’Brien will play in his place.

Ryan Johnson will miss four-to-six weeks.


Capitals
Mike Green expected to miss his second straight game.
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