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Sunday's Fantasy Hockey Injury Updates

A look at NHL injuries and related transactions from Saturday.

Steve Downie goes down again with another head injury.
Steve Downie goes down again with another head injury.

Dave Bolland (Maple Leafs): After missing 56 games with a severed tendon in his left ankle, David Bolland returned for Toronto. He had one shot and three hits in nine minutes on the ice.

Dustin Brown (Kings): Although he chipped in a goal while playing only seven minutes, Dustin Brown sustained a chest contusion in the second period and did not return. He will be re-evaluated by doctors today and could play tomorrow against Philadelphia.

Steve Downie (Flyers): On Saturday, Downie appeared to skate into Patrik Bergland and fall to the ice, accidentally hitting his head in the process. There was no penalty on the play. While Philly is calling it an "upper-body injury" right now, there is fear that he has sustained another concussion, which would be his third this season.

John Moore (Rangers): Moore missed Saturday's game because of concussion-like symptoms he sustained against the Blue Jackets on Friday. Consider him day-to-day, but Moore is no stranger to concussions.

T.J. Oshie (Blues): With 11 minutes remaining in regulation, Oshie disappeared into the locker room after blocking a slap shot from Wayne Simmonds, but later returned to the game.

Karri Ramo (Flames): For the first time since spraining his right knee on February 1st, Ramo returned to Calgary's net, cruising to the 8-1 win over the Oilers. He allowed a first-period goal to Jeff Petry but otherwise made 24 of 25 saves for a .960 SV%.

Anton Volchenkov (New Jersey): The defenseman sustained a lower-body injured in the second period and did not return.

Tomas Vokoun (Pittsburgh): Although he has been out all season with blood clots, there is a chance the goalie could return before the regular season ends.