Karri Ramo is out with a sprained MCL - Sergei Belski-USA TODAY Sports
Any chance of Nick Bonino returning prior to the Olympic break is in doubt after the Ducks have placed the young center on injured reserve. No update from the team, but with the Olympics right around the corner, I wouldn't be surprised to see many teams decided to give injured players an "Olympic vacation" before the stretch run.
Karri Ramo's LBI is now being reported as a sprained MCL. He will remain sidelined until after the Olympic break. The Flames have recalled Joni Ortio from the AHL where he is currently second in wins (19) and 3rd in GAA (2.08) and save percentage (.930).
The Flames are also without defenseman Kris Russell, who somehow managed to hurt himself in practice on Friday. Consider him day to day.
Matt Moulson is likely out until after the Olympics after getting steamrolled by Shane Doan on Thursday.
Vladimir Sobotka (leg) has been placed on injured reserve and will miss the Olympics.
Paul Stastny is also DTD for the Avs and will be a game time decisions tonight. Alex Tanguay, however, will likely remain out this week.
Johan Franzen remains sidelined by a concussion and will miss not only this week, but also the Olympics. Gustav Nyquist is rumored to be taking his spot on team Sweden.
Jeff Petry took a shot of his foot in Saturday's game and remains DTD.
Jason Demers (LBI) will miss tonight's game against the Sharks.
The Devils are waiting to see how Anton Volchenkov feels after the morning skate before deciding whether he will play tonight against the Avs.
Kimmo Timonen is questionable with a foot injury. Andrej Meszaros will benefit if Timonen remains sidelined.
The Penguins Kris Letang is still out with "illness" and will be a game time decision.
Mike Green was a limited participant in practice on Monday and remains DTD with a concussion.