Here's the latest injury news from across the NHL! If you're looking for information about a specific player and don't see their name in this article, there probably haven't been any significant updates about their progress since last week's article. If you ever need injury updates for a specific player, shoot me a message on Twitter @BrennanDeSouza!
Hampus Lindholm – The 27-year-old defenseman is day-to-day with an undisclosed issue. He had missed three games with a lower-body injury before returning to the lineup on Saturday against the Golden Knights. He proceeded to miss Anaheim's next game – a Monday night clash with the Blues. Given that information, it sounds like he re-aggravated the lower-body injury, or perhaps sustained a new injury in that one game against Vegas.
Conor Garland – Missed Saturday's game against Colorado with a lower-body injury and was labelled day-to-day. Garland was a full participant in Tuesday's practice and could be available against the Kings on Wednesday. Whether or not he actually plays will probably be determined closer to game time. Garland has had an excellent start to the season, posting 19 points through 20 appearances.
Darcy Kuemper – The Coyotes netminder practiced on Tuesday but won't be available against the Kings on Wednesday. He's officially day-to-day with a very minor lower-body injury. Kuemper holds a 6-7-2 record on the season, posting a 2.41 GAA and .913 save percentage in the process.
David Krejci – Was a full participant in Tuesday's practice and is expected to return to the lineup for Wednesday's clash with the Capitals. The 34-year-old center missed Boston's last four games with a lower-body injury.
Matt Grzelcyk – Has been practicing with the team recently and is expected to make his return on Wednesday against Washington. Grzelcyk's last game was played three weeks ago, on February 10thagainst the Rangers. That game actually marked his return from a four-game absence due to a lower-body injury. He saw less than 12 minutes of ice time and has been sidelined ever since.
Ondrej Kase –