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4/20/2014

T.J. Oshie, RW, STL

T.J. Oshie

Blues' Oshie (Upper Body) Will Play In Game 2

News: T.J. Oshie (upper body) is participating in pregame warmups and will play in Saturday's Game 2 against the Blackhawks, NHL.com reports.
Analysis: T.J. Oshie was considered questionable to play heading into Saturday after missing Game 1 with an upper-body injury. He skated prior to the game and will be in the lineup Saturday afternoon.

11:51 AM

Brenden Morrow, LW, STL

Brenden Morrow

Blues' Morrow (Foot) Not Warming Up

News: Brenden Morrow (foot) will not play in Saturday's Game 2 against the Blackhawks, NHL.com reports.
Analysis: Brenden Morrow missed the final three games of the regular season with the foot injury but returned to the lineup for Thursday's Game 1. However, the issue appears to be persisting, as he was a late scratch for Saturday's matinee.

11:45 AM

Darcy Kuemper, G, MIN

Darcy Kuemper

Wild's Kuemper Will Back Up Bryzgalov Saturday

News: Darcy Kuemper (upper body) has been tabbed as Saturday's backup to Ilya Bryzgalov, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
Analysis: Darcy Kuemper practiced Tuesday for the first time in two weeks and, after sitting out Game 1, it appears he's feeling well enough to serve as Bryzgalov's backup Saturday. The move means John Curry will slot in as the third goalie.

11:33 AM

Matt Beleskey, LW, ANA

Matt Beleskey

Ducks' Beleskey (Lower Body) Traveling With Team

News: Matt Beleskey (lower body) did not participate in Saturday's practice, but he will join the team on Sunday's flight to Dallas.
Analysis: Matt Beleskey tallied two points in Wednesday's Game 1 victory but sustained a lower-body injury and sat out Friday's contest. While his absence from Saturday's practice isn't overly encouraging, the Ducks don't play until Monday so it's possible he could make a return for Game 3.

11:17 AM

Matt Duchene, C, COL

Matt Duchene

Avs' Duchene Unlikely To Play In Round 1

News: According to coach Patrick Roy, it is "very unlikely" that Matt Duchene (knee) will play in Round 1, Mike Chambers of the Denver Post reports.
Analysis: The Avs have played just one playoff game thus far, so even if their opening-round series goes a full seven games with the Wild, Roy's comment eludes to Dutchy potentially missing the next six games (or more). Colorado is fairly loaded with young scoring weapons up front -- with Paul Stastny, Nate MacKinnon, Gabe Landeskog and Ryan O'Reilly more than capable of shouldering the load with Matt Duchene out -- but the team obviously wants their leading scorer back in the lineup sooner than later. If they can manage three more wins against Minnesota, advance to the second round and get him back, St. Louis or Chicago are certain to have their hands full with the Central Division champs. Jamie McGinn will continue to get top-six time in Duchene's absence.

11:04 AM

Milan Lucic, LW, BOS

Milan Lucic

Bruins' Lucic Fined $5,000

News: Milan Lucic was fined $5,000 by the NHL on Saturday for spearing Red Wings' defenseman Danny DeKeyser during Friday's game, The Globe and Mail reports.
Analysis: Though the play, which occurred late in the second period, was not penalized, Milan Lucic will cut a check to the league. He will not be suspended, though, so his status for Sunday's Game 2 shouldn't be affected.

10:53 AM

Ray Emery, G, PHI

Ray Emery

Flyers' Emery Likely To Start Game 2

News: Ray Emery will likely be in net for Sunday's Game 2 against the Rangers, as Steve Mason (upper body) will not be available, ESPN.com reports.
Analysis: With Mason sidelined, Ray Emery is set to make his second straight start after allowing four goals on 36 shots in Thursday's Game 1 loss. He'll likely continue to fill in until Mason returns, which could be as early as Game 3.

10:48 AM

Jamie Benn, C, DAL

Jamie Benn

Jamie Benn Has Five-Game Point Streak

News: Jamie Benn had an assist, three hits, and a blocked shot in a Game 2 loss to the Ducks.
Analysis: You can be sure the Ducks game-plan includes a focus on Jamie Benn and linemate Tyler Seguin. Both had solid Game 1 performances, but the Ducks held Benn to a single shot and silenced Seguin in Game 2. Benn still managed to get a point, but they are putting special effort into trying to shut him down.

10:42 AM

Steve Mason, G, PHI

Steve Mason

Flyers' Mason (Upper Body) Out For Game 2

News: Steve Mason (upper body) has ruled himself out for Sunday's Game 2 against the Rangers, ESPN.com reports.
Analysis: Steve Mason continues to recover from a head injury suffered a week ago. He took the ice for Saturday's practice but said he didn't feel right and will, thus, be unavailable for Game 2, meaning Ray Emery will make his second straight start.

10:42 AM

Alex Goligoski, D, DAL

Alex Goligoski

Goligoski Playing Big Minutes For Stars

News: Alex Goligoski had an assist and logged 27:25 of ice time in a Game 2 loss to the Ducks.
Analysis: Alex Goligoski played 28:39 in Game 1, so you're getting lots of minutes out of him. As much as many hoped the Stars would give the Ducks a good run, they're down 2-0 in the series and Goligoski may not have many playoff games left.

10:22 AM

Marcel Goc, C, PIT

Marcel Goc

Pens' Goc (Foot) Yet To Return To Practice

News: Marcel Goc (foot) has not yet been deemed ready to practice, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
Analysis: Coach Dan Bylsma said after Saturday's practice that team trainers are yet to clear Marcel Goc, as he continues to nurse a foot injury that's held him out since March 27. Of course, he won't play in Saturday's Game 2, but the possibility remains that he could make his return later in the series.

9:53 AM

Patrik Berglund, C, STL

Patrik Berglund

Blues' Berglund (Upper Body) Out Saturday

News: Patrik Berglund (upper body) will not play in Saturday's Game 2 against the Blackhawks, NHL.com reports.
Analysis: Patrik Berglund missed Game 1 with the upper body injury, and it appears he'll now miss Game 2 as well. The team has not provided a target return date, but it remains possible that he could return to the ice later in the series.

9:22 AM

Matt Bartkowski, D, BOS

Matt Bartkowski

Bruins' Bartkowski (Illness) Practices Saturday

News: Matt Bartkowski (illness) took part in Saturday's practice after missing Friday's Game 1.
Analysis: It was the first practice all week for Matt Bartkowski, who was dealing with an illness. His status is still up in the air for Game 2, though his presence on the ice Saturday seems to indicate there's a good chance he'll play. Coach Claude Julien said a determination will be made depending on how Bartkowski feels Sunday.

8:57 AM

Ondrej Palat, LW, TB

Ondrej Palat

Lightnings' Palat (Upper Body) A Game-Time Call

News: Ondrej Palat (upper body) is once again a game-time call for Sunday's Game 3 against the Canadiens, LNH.com reports.
Analysis: Ondrej Palat continues to deal with an injury that kept him out of Friday's Game 2. The team hasn't revealed much information regarding his condition, but he did not skate Friday, so his status remains very much up in the air. Should he sit out, Anrej Sustr could again slide in as his replacement.

8:35 AM

Ryan Garbutt, C, DAL

Ryan Garbutt

Stars' Garbutt Scores In Loss

News: Ryan Garbutt scored his first goal of the postseason in Friday's 3-2 loss to the Ducks.
Analysis: With the Ducks putting the clamps on star forwards Jamie Benn (one shot attempt) and Tyler Seguin (three), Ryan Garbutt stepped up offensively, firing off five shots on goal. He was able to find the net with 10 minutes remaining in the final period, but the Stars couldn't muster another goal the rest of the way to tie things up.

8:30 AM

Kari Lehtonen, G, DAL

Kari Lehtonen

Stars' Lehtonen Flops Friday

News: Kari Lehtonen gave up three goals on 19 shots, as the Ducks raced to a 2-0 advantage in their first-round series with the Stars.
Analysis: Although his defense did well to limit the Ducks' shot attempts, Kari Lehtonen was outmatched by opposing goalie Frederik Andersen for the second consecutive game. He's posted save percentages below .900 in his two starts in the series.

8:19 AM

Chris Kreider, LW, NYR

Chris Kreider

Rangers' Kreider (Hand) Remains Out Indefinitely

News: Chris Kreider (hand) did not practice Saturday and remains out indefinitely, The Record reports.
Analysis: Chris Kreider underwent surgery on his hand in late-March and has not taken the ice since Mar. 24. A date for his return has not been established, but the fact that he did not skate Saturday isn't a strong indication that he's close to coming back.

12:17 AM

Ryan Miller, G, STL

Ryan Miller

Despite Shaky Start, Blues' Miller Wins Game 1

News: After gifting the Blackhawks three goals on just seven first-period shots Thursday, Ryan Miller was perfect the rest of the way, turning aside the next 35 in a 4-3 triple overtime win in Game 1.
Analysis: The nightmarish start by Ryan Miller caused panic among the Scottrade Center faithful, but the veteran netminder settled in nicely to prevent a seventh straight Blues loss. He got a little help by Max Lapierre -- who prevented an overtime goal when he covered a gaping net to stone the Blackhawks' Kris Versteeg -- but sometimes you've gotta be good to be lucky. Miller and the Blues should tighten things up even further when Game 2 goes Saturday afternoon.

4/18/2014

Andrew Cogliano, C, ANA

Andrew Cogliano

Ducks' Cogliano Scores To Help Keep Home Ice

News: Andrew Cogliano scored a shorthanded goal during the third period of a 3-2 victory over the Stars in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup playoffs on Friday.
Analysis: Game 2's goal is Andrew Cogliano's first ever in the postseason. It is worth noting that Cogliano has scored more goals this season than any other in his career, so it would not be surprising to see him be more productive in the second playoff appearance of his career.

4/18/2014

Corey Perry, RW, ANA

Corey Perry

Ducks' Perry Ends Playoff Goalless Streak

News: Corey Perry scored an unassisted goal during the second period of a 3-2 victory over the Stars in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup playoffs on Friday.
Analysis: Friday's goal snaps a 10-game-long postseason goalless streak for Corey Perry. However, the last time he had a regular season like this one, had eight goals in 13 games. Either way, the Ducks will look for him to be a major offensive presence both to win this series and to go on a possible Stanley Cup Finals run.

4/18/2014

Frederik Andersen, G, ANA

Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen Remains Unbeaten In Playoffs

News: Frederik Andersen stopped 34 of 36 shots on goal during a 3-2 defeat of the Stars in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup playoffs on Friday.
Analysis: Frederik Andersen continues to look solid in net in the postseason. He has a combined save percentage of .930 in these first two games of the opening series.

4/18/2014

Ryan Getzlaf, C, ANA

Ryan Getzlaf

Ducks' Getzlaf Amazing In Return

News: Ryan Getzlaf scored an unassisted goal and registered a shorthanded assist during a 3-2 victory over the Stars in Game 2 of the NHL playoffs on Friday.
Analysis: A goal and an assist in his first game back from taking a puck to the face. There's not much more to say, other than that Ryan Getzlaf is the man.

4/18/2014

Steve Ott, C, STL

Steve Ott

Blues' Ott Receives Top Line Assignment

News: Steve Ott spent Game 1 against the Blackhawks on the Blues' top line with captain David Backes and Alex Steen, the team's leading scorer. He was productive in his new role, setting up Steen's game-winner in triple OT and firing three shots on goal.
Analysis: Steve Ott, normally a bottom-six guy since arriving in St. Louis 24 games ago near the trade deadline, got the nod to fill in for the injured T.J. Oshie (upper body). The abrasive veteran actually saw the fourth most ice time (30:53) among Blues forwards in the triple OT marathon, and could get another shot with the big boys as Oshie is questionable to play in Game 2 on Saturday. His assist was just his fourth point as a member of the Blues.

4/18/2014

Tuukka Rask, G, BOS

Tuukka Rask

Rask, Bruins Drop Game 1

News: Tuukka Rask allowed one goal on 24 shots in Friday's 1-0 loss to Detroit in Game 1 of the teams' Atlantic Division semifinal series.
Analysis: Tuukka Rask was beaten late in the third period on a tremendous individual effort from Pavel Datsyuk he may not have seen completely. Rask played well in the game, but so did his counterpart, Jimmy Howard. Rask is the frontrunner for the Vezina Trophy and the Bruins will ride their star goalie every night of the playoffs.

4/18/2014

Johan Franzen, RW, DET

Johan Franzen

Franzen On Scoresheet For Wings

News: Johan Franzen assisted on the game's only goal Friday as Detroit beat Boston 1-0 in Game 1 of their Atlantic Division semifinal series.
Analysis: Johan Franzen is one of several experienced playoff performers on Detroit's roster and can be expected to fill a vital role until captain Henrik Zetterberg returns to action. Franzen's regular season was plagued with injury but he still managed 41 points in 54 games.