Tyler Bozak C TOR 31 Mins

Bozak will not be participating in Leafs' practices and scrimmages Saturday because of an undisclosed injury, reports Sportsnet 590TheFAN.

There's to word on the type of injury, but it's apparently a day-to-day issue. Leafs' coach Randy Carlyle didn't speak to reporters Friday.

David Clarkson RW TOR 38 Mins

Clarkson missed the first day of Leafs' training camp with an undisclosed injury, according to Sportsnet 590TheFAN.

There was no word of the type of injury, but it is considered day to day.

Brian Lee D TB 2 Hrs

The Predators have invited Lee to training camp on a tryout basis, according to the team's official website.

The odds of Lee cracking the Preds' roster are slim, since he missed the entire 2013-14 season due to a knee injury, and has never played a full 82-game season in his entire career. However, Lee does have 209 NHL games to his credit with Ottawa and Tampa Bay since the 2007-08 season, amassing 36 points (5g-31a) and 124 penalty minutes.

Drew Doughty D LA 10 Hrs

Doughty (upper body) is listed as day-to-day according to general manager Rob Blake, the Los Angeles Times reports.

Doughty isn't currently participating in training camp due to an upper-body injury that he suffered while training in the offseason. Considering that the Kings' don't kick off their season until Oct. 8, Doughty's chance of playing in the opener increased with this news.

Claude Giroux C PHI 10 Hrs

Giroux is expected to miss the next two weeks with a lower-body injury, The Record reports.

Considering that the Flyers' opening game isn't until Oct. 9, Giroux doesn't seem to be in danger of starting the season on the bench. However, he'll miss a substantial part of training camp and may suffer in terms of conditioning. With updates to come, the 26-year-old still seems to be a valuable addition at this point.

Kyle Palmieri RW ANA 10 Hrs

Palmieri sprained his ankle during training camp and hopes to return for the team's final preseason game, the Ducks' official site reports.

The injury is not good news for Palmieri's fantasy value, but he should be able to do most of his recovery before the regular season starts. How and if he plays in the final preseason game will be important in determining his value for the start of the season.

Shea Theodore D ANA 10 Hrs

Theodore will miss 4-to-6 weeks with an ulnar collateral ligamen sprin in his elbow, which he suffered in the rookie game Sunday, Duck's official site reports.

This timetable places Theodore out until at least a week into the regular season. He was Anaheim's first round pick in the 2013 draft, and expected to contribute to the Ducks after spending most of last season with the Seattle Thunderbirds

Drew Doughty D LA 11 Hrs

Doughty (upper body) suffered an injury during the off season and will be held out to begin training camp, Jon Rosen of LA Kings Insider reports.

It's currently unclear as to how serious the injury is, however the report states he did skate some Wednesday, so it's likely not serious. Doughty's status for the season opener will depend on when he can participate in training camp.

Sidney Crosby C PIT 11 Hrs

Crosby (undisclosed) practiced Friday, despite an early report that stated the MVP would be held out of the beginning of training camp, ABC News reports.

Not only did Crosby practice, but he did not wear a red non-contact jersey, and participated in most of the practice. If Crosby is still battling an injury, it appears that it is not serious enough to keep him off the ice. If he is already healthy enough to participate in training camp, expect Crosby to be near 100 percent when the regular season rolls around.

Mikhail Grigorenko C BUF 11 Hrs

Grigorenko will open camp on a line with Joel Armia, reports The Buffalo News.

Though Grigorenko and Armia represent two of Buffalo's most offensively gifted players, neither can be expected to play with the Sabres this year. Grigorenko is coming off a rough two-year stretch after playing on three separate teams and Armia is coming off a tough rookie season hampered by a wrist injury. The Sabres have more experienced players to rely on for scoring and Brendan Lemieux, the line's third player, is not expected to make the team either. However, Grigorenko and Armia should form a dynamic duo in the AHL, and if both players perform beyond expectations they will both earn call-ups at some point during the season.