News: Henrik Sedin scored his 10th goal of the season in Monday's loss to the Islanders, ending an 11-game scoring drought. Analysis: Though Henrik Sedin finally recorded a point, the goal was his just his first tally in 24 games. He is struggling right now, but maybe this goal is a sign of things to come for the 33-year-old. He had a decent outing on Monday, dishing out a season-high four hits, while logging 20:46 of ice time. On the year, Sedin has amassed 41 points in 59 games.
News: Michael Grabner left Monday's win over Vancouver with an upper-body injury late in the second period, according to Newsday. The forward did not return. Analysis: Michael Grabner, who suffered the injury when he collided with Vancouver's Chris Tanev, missed out on all the fun in the third period, when the team put up a franchise-tying seven goals in the frame. He'll be evaluated in the next day or two, so we should know his status for Friday's home game against the Sharks fairly soon.
News: Chip Alexander of the Raleigh News & Observer indicates that Cam Ward is likely to start Tuesday's game against the Rangers. Analysis: We'll await confirmation, but it looks like the Hurricanes are inclined to give Cam Ward a turn Tuesday after he took over for Anton Khudobin in Saturday's 5-4 loss to New Jersey.
News: Colton Sceviour will join the team in St. Louis on Tuesday with Rich Peverley and Alex Chiasson sidelined, according to the Dallas Morning News. Analysis: Colton Sceviour has three goals and an assist through eight games with the Stars this season. This may be a short-term call up for Scevious depending on how long the team expects Chiasson and Peverley to remain out.
News: Jimmy Howard will start Tuesday's game against the Blue Jackets. Analysis: Jimmy Howard, who dropped a 3-0 decision to the Rangers on Sunday, has allowed 10 goals over his last three starts, with just one win to his credit in four starts since the Olympic break.
News: Chris Mueller will join the team in St. Louis Tuesday with Rich Peverley and Alex Chiasson out of the lineup, according to the Dallas Morning NewsAnalysis: Chris Mueller has appeared in two games this season, totally two shots. With Chiasson likely to return soon, it's not clear if it will be him or Colton Sceviour, who was also recalled, will be with the team when Chiasson returns.