Chris Stewart RW BUF 8 Hrs
Chris Stewart exited Thursday's match with Tampa Bay in the third period with an undisclosed ailment.
He didn't return after a collision with Lightning goalie Anders Lindback and it's doubtful that he'll be available to play against Florida on Friday night. Stewart had a plus-2 rating and four penalty minutes prior to leaving. He doesn't have a point in two outings with the Sabres.
Tyler Myers D BUF 9 Hrs
Tyler Myers notched a goal and an assist in Buffalo's 3-1 win versus Tampa Bay.
He has been much better offensively lately with three goals and four assists in his past six games. Myers also has a plus-4 rating during that span, but he still has a lot of work to do to put a dent in his minus-22 rating on the season. He has 22 points in 57 contests.
Roberto Luongo G FLA 9 Hrs
Roberto Luongo is expected to tend to Florida's crease on Friday against Buffalo.
It will mark his first start for the Panthers since he posted a 2-1 win over the Atlanta Thrashers on April 18, 2006. Luongo joined his new teammates for practice on Thursday and he's ready to go.
Andrej Meszaros D BOS 9 Hrs
Andrej Meszaros was a healthy scratch for Thursday's win against Washington.
Boston acquired Meszaros from Philadelphia before the trade deadline and they claimed Corey Potter off waivers Edmonton, but neither of them dressed. The Bruins have won three straight games, so changing their lineup right now isn't a priority.
Gregory Campbell C BOS 9 Hrs
Gregory Campbell potted the game-winning goal in a 3-0 win over Washington on Thursday.
He has four goals, including two game winners, in his last four matches. Campbell has 16 points in 62 contests this season, so his sudden offensive surge has been a pleasant surprise for the Bruins.
Tuukka Rask G BOS 9 Hrs
Tuukka Rask earned his league-leading sixth shutout of the season on Thursday night.
He made 16 stops to take over the lead from Anaheim's Jonas Hiller (five). Going into Thursday's game, he had a 0-3-3 record against the Washington Capitals. Rask had a fairly easy night with just eight shots after two periods to help him end that skid.
Jeff Zatkoff G PIT 12 Hrs
Jeff Zatkoff stopped 42 of 46 shots in Pittsburgh's 5-3 loss to San Jose Thursday night.
It was Zatkoff's first start since Jan. 30 against Los Angeles. Except Joe Thornton's game-winning goal, Zatkoff played a pretty solid game. He now has a 9-3-1 record with a 2.75 GAA and .910 save percentage. The Penguins will play their next game tonight against Anaheim and Marc-Andre Fleury will probably start in that contest.