Western Conference Injury Updates: Coyotes, Blackhawks, Oilers, Wild, Sharks, Canucks, and the Golden Knights
Western Conference Injury Updates

Richard Morin: Arizona Coyotes defenseman Jordan Oesterle is likely to return to the lineup today.

Charlie Roumeliotis: Chicago Blackhawks coach Jeremy Colliton said that defenseman Connor Murphy (groin) has been on the ice skating for the past few days. He’s eligible to come off the IR on November 16th but won’t rush him.

Daniel Nugent-Bowman: Edmonton Oilers defenseman Adam Larsson said after being on the ice yesterday that he’s hoping to back in about a week and a half. Nothing is set.

Michael Russo: Minnesota Wild forward Marcus Foligno is questionable for today’s game according to coach Bruce Boudreau.

Curtis Pashelka: San Jose Sharks forward Melker Karlsson skated yesterday and could be an option today against the Predators.

Vancouver Canucks: Canucks defenseman Chris Tanev: “It hurt, my leg went numb. I came in here, saw the doc and he said nothing was broken, so I got back out there.”

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David Schoen: Vegas Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant said that forward Alex Tuch had a “setback” though more in the timeline and not with the injury.

“I was hoping he was going to come in for this trip. He’s not coming in. There’s nothing that changed with his injury.”