Round number two is about to start in the Stanley Cup playoffs and injury information will become more and more vague. Here is the latest.
Corey Potter (arm) was injured at practice on Friday and did not practice on Wednesday.
Dan Paille (possible concussion) will be a game-time decision for Game 1.
Chris Kelley (back) hasn't skated in over three weeks.
Brad Marchand (undisclosed) missed optional morning skate but will be in the line-up for Game 1.
Dennis Seidenberg (knee) back practicing. He is taking part in drills but no contact yet for him.
Alex Galchenyuk (knee) started skating on Wednesday and there is a slim chance he returns during the second round.
Travis Moen (concussion) is probable for Game 1.
Chris Kreider (hand) has been skating and wants to play through the injury but has not received clearance to play yet.
Brooks Orpik (undisclosed) is not practicing with the team yet.
Brandon Sutter (lower body) practiced for the second day in a row on Thursday.
Joe Vitale (knee) practiced for second day in a row on Thursday.
Willie Mitchell (undisclosed) missed Game 7 with an injury and hasn't skated yet so it is unclear if he will be ready for Game 1.
Darcy Kuemper (undisclosed) left during the third period of Game 7 and as of today there is no update according to Minnesota Wild head coach Mike Yeo.