Playoff races are heating up and injuries are the last thing any NHL team needs. Here are the latest injury updates.
Daniel Paille (concussion) will miss at least two games with a "minimal" concussion.
Adam McQuaid (leg) will miss another two-to-three weeks with a nagging quad injury.
Alexander Sulzer (lower body) will miss one-to-two weeks with a lower body injury.
Chris Stewart (ankle) will miss three-to-five weeks with a high ankle season.
John-Michael Liles (concussion) is out indefinitely with a concussion.
Justin Faulk (upper body) returned to practice on Wednesday and is a game time decision for Thursday's game.
Ryan Murray (knee) will miss four-to-six weeks after undergoing knee surgery last week.
Fedor Tyutin (ankle) might play Saturday as his ankle has improved dramatically; according to Columbus Blue Jackets head coach Todd Richards.
Tomas Jurco (ribs) could miss two-to-four weeks with a rib injury.
Jimmy Howard (flu) will start the game on Friday after missing the last game with the flu.
Joakim Andersson (foot) will miss at least two weeks with a broken foot.
Jonas Gustavsson (groin) returned to practice on Thursday but left the ice partway through.
Darren Helm (upper body) will miss another week with possible concussion-like symptoms. He is experiencing migraine headaches and vision problems.
Stephen Weiss (groin) went to Philly to see his doctor who performed his hernia surgery. He has pain from scar tissue and the Red Wings are hoping for "good news" in seven-to-10 days.
Sean Bergenheim (lower body) will miss Thursday's game.
Jesse Winchester (lower body) will miss one week with lower body injury.
Erik Gudbranson (knee) will lik