News: Wade Redden (undisclosed injury) was present at practice Monday, the Boston Globe reports. Analysis: Wade Redden's status for Tuesday's Game 3 against the Rangers is unclear, but given how well youngsters Torey Krug, Dougie Hamilton and Matt Bartkowski have filled in on the banged-up B's blue line, there's no compelling reason to rush Redden back.
News: Dennis Seidenberg (leg) was present at practice Monday, the Boston Globe reports. Analysis: Look for both Dennis Seidenberg and Wade Redden to make the trip to New York, where the Bruins play Tuesday, but it's unclear if either of them will be ready to play. The trio of of Matt Bartkowski, Dougie Hamilton and Torey Krug has performed well in the absence of Seidenberg, Redden and Andrew Ference, but the sturdy minute-gobbling Seidenberg would no doubt be a welcome addition to the team's lineup.
News: Corey Crawford is in line to start Monday's game against the Wings, the Chicago Tribune reports. Analysis: Corey Crawford, who stopped 26 of the 30 shots he faced in Saturday's loss to the Red Wings, will look to bounce back on the road Monday, with the Hawks' second-round series currently deadlocked at 1-1.
News: Chris Neil (upper body) left Sunday's victory over the Penguins during the second overtime period, and did not return. Analysis: Chris Neil slid hard into the boards after a check from Penguins' defenseman Brooks Orpik, and appeared to be favoring his left arm as he skated to the Senators dressing room. The gritty winger has chipped in three assists so far in the playoffs to go along with his league leading 33 PIMs.
News: Colin Greening scored the game-winning goal in double overtime against the Penguins on Sunday. Analysis: Colin Greening helped Ottawa avoid the 3-0 hole with his third goal of the postseason. He only had eight goals during the regular season, but he has picked up his play during the playoffs.
News: Jason Spezza played his first game since January 29 against the Penguins in Sunday's Game 3. He played 18:40, was a minus-1, and had four shots on net. Analysis: Jason Spezza missed almost the entire season with his back injury, but he didn't seem worse for the wear in this game, a good sign for the Senators.
News: Tomas Vokoun made 46 saves on 48 shots, but he still took the Game 3 loss in double overtime against the Senators on Sunday. Analysis: Tomas Vokoun was less than a minute away from a shutout, but ended up on the losing end. However, his numbers since taking over for Marc-Andre Fleury remain strong.
News: Craig Anderson made 49 saves on 50 shots in a double overtime Game 3 victory over the Penguins on Sunday. Analysis: Craig Anderson bounced back in grand fashion from getting pulled in Game 2, coming up big to help the Senators get their first win of the series.
News: Rick Nash scored his first goal of the playoffs in Sunday's 5-2 loss to Boston Analysis: Having been stuck in Columbus for the entirety of his career previously, the goal is just the second of Rick Nash's playoff career. With a goal and two assists in his last three games, perhaps Nash is warming up just in time to push the Rangers into the conference finals.
News: Tanner Glass will make his first playoff appearance since Round 1 on Sunday night against the Senators. Analysis: Tanner Glass has eight hits in four playoff contests and brings a penalty-killing element Joe Vitale does not offer.