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Kevin Klein Headshot

Klein (back) won't play Saturday against the Kings.

Klein has yet to play a game in March, and hasn't played since February 21. He has been cleared to play, and the reports are that he will be able to return Sunday or Tuesday. However, for Saturday, the Rangers will have to do without him once again.
5:30 pm (EST)
David Warsofsky Headshot

Warsofsky has been called up from AHL Wilkes-Barre/Scranton.

So far, Warsofsky has played six games with the Penguins NHL squad, posting zero points in that time. The 26-year-old defenseman only has five points in his NHL career, so he's not likely to really make a fantasy impact with the big club.
5:20 pm (EST)
Thomas Greiss Headshot

Greiss will start in goal Saturday, taking shots from the Bruins at home, Arthur Staple of Newsday reports.

There's still work to be done, but the Isles suddenly find themselves with a fighting chance at making it to the playoffs; they're currently knotted up with the B's at 82 points apiece in the Eastern Conference standings, making this a critical match for both teams. The problem for Greiss is that his team allows too many shots (32.2 per game, 26th in the league), but that's actually a good thing for fantasy owners when the German plays as well as he did against the Rangers on Wednesday, halting 34 of 36 shots en route to a road win.
5:12 pm (EST)
Corey Crawford Headshot

Crawford will get the road start against the Panthers on Saturday.

Crawford has a 2.52 GAA and a .920 save percentage on the season, and the Blackhawks are 23-11-1 on the road. Meanwhile, the Panthers are 3-7-0 in their last 10 games, so this game is looking pretty good for Crawford despite this start coming away from Chicago.
5:10 pm (EST)
Nikolai Kulemin Headshot

Kulemin (undisclosed) won't play Saturday against the Bruins, Arthur Staple of Newsday reports.

There was some thought Kulemin would be able to return for this game, but that's out the window now. His next chance to return will come Monday. Stephen Gionta replaced Kulemin in the lineup.
5:04 pm (EST)
Calvin Pickard Headshot

Pickard will guard the cage in Saturday's road game against the Oilers.

Pickard has struggled in consecutive starts, suffering back-to-back defeats while posting an ugly 4.05 GAA and .843 save percentage over that span. The 24-year-old netminder will look to get back on track in a road matchup with an Oilers club that's 20-12-4 at home this season.
5:04 pm (EST)
Jack Skille Headshot

Skille sustained an ankle injury in Saturday's matinee contest against the Wild and will not return.

Skille was trying to control the puck along the side boards when Charlie Coyle plastered him with a hard check and then the two forwards appeared to get tangled up a bit. Hopefully for Skille -- a former Wisconsin Badger -- the injury doesn't turn out to be a serious issue, especially with the Canucks going right back to work in Winnipeg on Sunday.
4:39 pm (EST)
Shane Prince Headshot

Prince (lower body) is listed among the injured scratches for Saturday's contest against the visiting Bruins, NHL.com reports.

The well-rounded flanker hasn't hit game ice since sustaining his injury March 7, forcing the playoff-aspirant Isles to find alternatives on the man advantage.
4:24 pm (EST)
Nikolai Kulemin Headshot

Kulemin (undisclosed) is projected to play in Saturday's game against the Bruins, NHL.com reports. However, it's no guarantee, as the Islanders did not hold morning skate.

The power forward came up lame in Friday's game against the Penguins, and now he's shaping up to be a game-time decision for the latter side of the back-to-back. Provided he's healthy enough to play, look for Kulemin to slot in on the fourth line opposite Cal Clutterbuck and centered by Casey Cizikas.
4:17 pm (EST)
Nikita Nesterov Headshot

Nesterov (undisclosed) is listed as an injured scratch for Saturday's game against the Senators, NHL.com reports.

Make that 12 straight absences for the Russian blueliner. His next chance to play will now be Tuesday, when the Habs play host to the Stars.
4:04 pm (EST)
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