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Out of surgery
Admitted to hospital
Trending well in recovery
Could play if season resumes
Returns to ice
Nearly healthy again
Nearly back to full health
James van Riemsdyk
Will be ready by May
Faring well in recovery
Still recovering from injury
Nilsson (concussion) played his last game before the hiatus Dec. 26, missing nearly three months.
Sitting on career year
Borowiecki (ankle) missed the final four weeks before the hiatus but had posted career highs in both goals (seven) and assists (11).
Named best defenceman by peers
If the regular season does not resume, Anisimov (upper body) has failed to play in 50 games for the first time in seven years, and it showed up in his scoring totals.
Should be ready if season resumes
Myers (kneecap) figures to be ready to go if the NHL season picks back up. General manager Chuck Fletcher told reporters, "Myers is doing well, he's over three weeks post-injury, he's feeling very good. I believe he would have been cleared to play prior to the end of the regular season as it was originally scheduled," Adam Kimelman of NHL.com reports.
Continuing rehab during hiatus
Injury wreaks havoc
Drouin (ankle) has seven goals, eight assists and a 13.7 shooting percentage over 27 games in 2019-20.
Team leader in 2019-20
Tatar (upper body) has 22 goals, 39 assists and 14 power-play points over 68 games in 2019-20.
Set to resume skating soon
Hamilton (lower body) will look to get back onto the ice as soon as possible and could return to the lineup once the NHL season picks back up. Coach Rod Brind'Amour told reporters, "I do know that he's been progressing, and he wanted to get on the ice, I heard, but there's no rinks, but he at least reached out about the possibility of that, so that's a good sign," Tom Gulitti of NHL.com reports.
Could be ready if league resumes
Vatanen (leg) may be available for the Hurricanes should the NHL season resume. Coach Rod Brind'amour told reporters, "We were told he was going to be ready the first week of March when we made the deal, and that didn't happen. Now I would say that would be for sure, but you never know," Tom Gulitti of NHL.com reports.
On track with recovery
Could return once play resumes
Guentzel (shoulder) remains on track in his recovery and could be an option for the Penguins once (if) the season resumes. General manager Jim Rutherford told reporters, "I would expect that, knowing Jake Guentzel, he's going to be ready," Mike DeFabo of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
On track for next season
May be able to return this season
Should be healthy when play resumes