What we know about the latest NHL injuries update
The NHL announced the latest injuries update on Tuesday.
Here’s what we know:1.
St. Louis Blues defenseman Luke Schenn, who suffered a dislocated shoulder and dislocated elbow in Monday’s win over the New York Rangers, is day-to-day with the injury.
Schenns is expected to be re-evaluated Wednesday.
Schens, who is a free agent, is the third Blues player to be out since the All-Star break, joining defenseman Jordan Caron and forward Mike Condon.2.
Anaheim Ducks defenseman Cam Fowler suffered a lower-body injury in Monday night’s loss to the Calgary Flames.
Fowler sustained a concussion.3.
Nashville Predators forward Mattias Ekholm suffered a right-upper-body fracture in Monday evening’s loss against the Arizona Coyotes.4.
St Louis Blues forward Jaden Schwartz suffered a concussion in Monday afternoon’s loss in the Stars’ 7-2 victory over the Colorado Avalanche.5.
Dallas Stars forward Brett Ritchie suffered a head injury in the first period of Monday night, leaving him out of the lineup for the remainder of the game.6.
Anaheim Kings defenseman Adam Larsson suffered a shoulder injury and is expected back for the start of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.7.
Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Niklas Hjalmarsson sustained a lower body injury and will not play in Tuesday’s game against the Colorado Rockies.8.
Buffalo Sabres center Tyler Myers was ruled out of Tuesday’s road game against Ottawa.9.
Los Angeles Kings center Jaden Chychrun is out for the season after undergoing shoulder surgery.10.
Detroit Red Wings forward Gustav Nyquist, who left Monday’s game with an upper-body ailment, will be evaluated Tuesday, a team source told ESPN.11.
Washington Capitals forward Ryan Kelly suffered a broken left cheekbone in Tuesday night’s win against the Dallas Stars.12.
New Jersey Devils defenseman Zach Boychuk, who returned from a knee injury, is out indefinitely with a broken foot.13.
Ottawa Senators forward Nick Leddy was assessed a minor penalty for roughing and boarding after hitting Edmonton Oilers defenseman Taylor Hall in the head with his stick during Monday’s 2-1 win.14.
Los Angels goaltender Jimmy Howard is day to day with a groin injury.15.
Calgary Flames forward Jiri Hudler, who was ruled on waivers, will not be returned to the NHL, but will be eligible to return after a three-game conditioning stint with the Calgary Hitmen of the American Hockey League.16.
Colorado Avalanche forward Jared McCann is day in the eye after suffering a concussion on Tuesday in Edmonton.17.
Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Nick Schmaltz was assessed an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty for cross-checking Pittsburgh’s Scott Wilson.18.
Dallas Wings forward Patrik Nemeth suffered a neck injury and left Tuesday’s home game against New York Islanders with a lower leg injury.19.
Philadelphia Flyers goaltender Zac Rinaldo left Tuesday night with an ear infection, coach Peter Laviolette said Tuesday.20.
Chicago Wolves forward Ryan Murphy, who injured his right wrist last Friday in the Predators’ 4-2 loss to Dallas, is expected Tuesday to have surgery.21.
New York Yankees outfielder Brett Gardner was assessed two minor penalties for violating the league’s performance enhancing drug policy, the league announced Tuesday.22.
Nashville defenseman Cody Hodgson, who underwent neck surgery in February, was issued a 15-game suspension by the NHL following the incident, according to general manager Jim Rutherford.23.
Los Angles Angels right fielder Michael Morse, who tore a ligament in his right ankle in February and missed the remainder and first half of the season, was released by the Angels on Tuesday, the team said.24.
Toronto Blue Jays outfielder Josh Donaldson was fined $15,000 and given a 15th day to appeal his suspension in a deal with the MLB Players Association, which would have paid him $15 million for the 2017 season.25.
Detroit Tigers shortstop Yoenis Cespedes was suspended indefinitely from the American League for violating Major League Baseball’s substance abuse policy, commissioner Rob Manfred announced Tuesday in a statement.26.
Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Jameson Taillon was fined an undisclosed amount for violating MLB’s drug testing policy, according the Pirates’ website.27.
Anaheim Angels outfielder Ryan Braun was fined and given one game for using performance-enhancing drugs, according ESPN’s Buster Olney.28.
Toronto Maple Leafs forward Josh Leivo was issued two minor fines for violating baseball’s drug policy and was suspended for a game, MLB Commissioner Rob Manifold said.29.
Nashville goaltender Ryan Miller was issued an undisclosed fine for using a performance-enriched drug.30.
Detroit Pistons forward Justin Hamilton was fined a reported $10,000 for his role in a fight that led to a shooting victim’s death.31.
Chicago White Sox center Alexei Emelin was suspended two games for violating his drug policy after he tested positive