Boston Bruins

Head coach Claude Julien said Adam Mcquaid is on track with his recovery of a broken thumb suffered on Nov. 18. - Team Tweet

Tuukka Rask likely to get the start tonight. - Team Tweet

Buffalo Sabres

Forward Joel Armia will make his NHL debut tonight. - Mike Harrington, Buffalo News

Sabres dealing with a plethora of injuries including Brian Gionta, Marcus Foligno, Tyler Myers and Matt Moulson. - Mike Harrington, Buffalo News

Colorado Avalanche

Patrick Bordeleau has a fractured kneecap and will miss 8-10 weeks according to head coach Patrick Roy. - Team Twitter

Chicago Blackhawks

Brad Richards will not play tonight against the Jets. - Chris Kuc, Chicago Tribune

Edmonton Oilers

Matt Hendricks did not take part in the morning skate and will not play tonight. - Team Tweet

Dallas Stars

Kari Lehtonen will likely get the start against the Maple Leafs. - Mark Stepneski, Stars Website

New York Islanders

Chad Johnson to get the start against the Canadiens - Team Tweet

New York Rangers

Lee Stempniak practiced with his teammates in the morning skate after missing time with the mumps. - Team Tweet

New Jersey Devils

Mike Cammalleri says he will return to action tonight. - Tom Gulitti, The Record

Test results for the mumps have yet to come in for Patrik Elias and Martin Havlat. Neither will play tonight. - Rich Chere, The Star-Ledger

Pittsburgh Penguins

Recall forward Dominik Uher from AHL. - Team Twitter

Minnestota Wild

Mikael Granlund was on the ice this morning. - Team Tweet

Nate Prosser, Erik Haula and Justin Fontaine likely to be scratches tonight against the Blackhawks. - Michael Russo, Star Tribune

Tampa Bay Lightning

Andrey Vasilevskiy likely to get his third career start against the Penguins. - Bryan Burns, Lightning 

Toronto Maple Leafs

Stephane Robidas back in the lineup after sitting Sunday. - Jonas Siegel, TSN

Jonathan Bernier had the wind knocked out of him at practice. - Jonas Siegel, TSN

There have no talks between defenceman Cody Franson and the Maple Leafs about a new contract. Since Franson is on an one-year deal, the two sides can't negotiate until the New Year.  - Jonas Siegel, TSN

Projected Lines


van Riemsdyk-Bozak-Kessel