Uh oh. Dobber's on a RANT again…
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Thanks to Michael from Rotoworld for pointing out that Boucher injured his right shoulder last night. It was his left one that he had surgery on in December.
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After further evaluation, it has been determined that Ryan Smyth should be back before the end of the regular season. His shoulder separation is minor, so it is the concussion we need to worry about.
Philippe Boucher left last night's contest in the first period with a sore shoulder. He will have an X-ray today, but it was the shoulder he had surgery on in December.
Martin Gerber, despite starting and losing last night, will get the start again tonight for the Sens.
Joakim Lindstrom was recalled to replace Jared Boll in the lineup. Boll took a slash to the back of the knee last game and it struck a nerve, He is day to day.
The Flyers recalled Stefan Ruzicka.
The Canucks recalled Luc Bourdon to replace Ohlund, who is day to day with a knee injury.
With the return of Chris Pronger, the Ducks scratched MA Bergeron last night.
Eric Staal has had three three-point nights in his last five games.
Brian Rafalski had a goal and was plus-3 in his return to the lineup. Nik Kronwall was a plus-2 and played over 24 minutes, indicating that his ice time won't be impacted until Lidstrom comes back.
Corey Crawford earned a shutout in his first NHL start last night, stopping 19 shots.
Jordan Staal was back in practice, despite bruised ribs.
Marian Hossa was back skating yesterday and is targeting Sunday for a return.
Jan Hlavac is clicking on a line with Legwand and Erat and has three points in three games since joining Nashville. He's landed on a good line, but I still don't see value in keeper leagues, just one-year ones.
Nashville prospect Cal O'Reilly, who you will see in a couple of day is rapidly climbing my Fantasy Prospects List, is the AHL player of the month for Feb, with 24 points in 16 games. This defensive forward is really finding some offense.
Jason Labarbera is out for the season after undergoing sports