NHL Injury Updates: Coyotes, Blackhawks, Stars, Oilers, Predators, Islanders, Sharks, and Golden Knights
NHL injury updates

Craig Morgan: Arizona Coyotes coach Rick Tocchet on defenseman Niklas Hjalmarsson, who was injured after blocking a shot: “At this point I’m not sure, but it doesn’t look like it’s going to be day to day. That’s a big loss for us. Nik is a good defenseman.”

  • Craig Morgan: Hjalmarsson was on crutches after the game. He won’t be traveling with the team to Winnipeg.

Charlie Roumeliotis: Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Calvin de Haan return to the lineup after missing time with a groin injury.

Charlie Roumeliotis: Blackhawks forward Kirby Dach has been assigned to the AHL for a conditioning stint.

Mike Heika: Dallas Stars coach Jim Montgomery said that Corey Perry will likely make his Stars debut on Friday against the Penguins.

Forward Blake Comeau (lower-body) and defenseman Roman Polak (sternum) are two to four weeks away from returning.

Mark Spector: The Edmonton Oilers have activated forward Josh Archibald from the IR and have placed forward Colby Cave on waivers.

Brooks Bratten: Nashville Predators forward Rocco Grimaldi is day-to-day with a lower-body injury.

Arthur Staple: New York Islanders forward Casey Cizikas was wearing a walking boot yesterday.

Andrew Gross: Islanders forward Jordan Eberle appeared to injury his leg after taking a hit along the boards. The Islanders didn’t have an update on Eberle after the game.

Murray Pam: Ottawa Senators forward Artem Anisimov left yesterday’s game early with a lower-body injury.

Curtis Pashelka: San Jose Sharks forward Marcus Sorensen is getting real close to returning. He could be in the lineup today.

Defenseman Tim Heed is day-to-day and getting close as well. He’s probably not ready yet though.

Defenseman Radim Simek is skating but is not ready yet.

Danny Webster of NHL.com: Vegas Golden Knights forward Cody Eakin returned to the line after missing their first four games of the season with an undisclosed injury.