Versteeg (lower-body) will travel to Minnesota for Game 3 on Wednesday.
Versteeg has missed the first two gamers of the series wither a lower-body injury, but he is in Minnesota with the team and is expected to take part in the morning skate. He has been replaced by Teuvo Tervainen, who has one goal and one assist in the first two games against Minnesota.
Crawford turned aside 30 of 31 shots in the Blackhawks 4-1 win over the Wild in Game 2. Crawford has posted a 2.00 GAA and .938 SV% in the first two games of the series and heads to Minnesota with a 2-0 series lead. He has struggled in his two starts on the road in the postseason—he has allowed nine goals on 47 shots in the four road periods he has made it through.
Gleason (undisclosed) is expected to play in Game 3 on Monday.
Gleason missed Sunday’s practice, but he was on the ice for Monday’s morning skate and will be in the lineup for Game 3. Gleason has no points, a minus-2 rating and five shots on goal in nine playoff games. Nate Schmidt will stick around in case anything happens before puck-drop, but he is expected to be sent back to Hershey (AHL) on Tuesday.
Lundqvist will start his 100th career playoff game on Monday.
Lundqvist made 30 saves on 32 shots in the Rangers 3-2 win over the Capitals in Game 2. Lundqvist has gone 5-2 with a 1.67 GAA and .938 SV% in seven starts in the postseason. In his first two starts on the road, he has gone 2-0 with a 0.97 GAA and .957 SV%.
Holtby gave up three goals on 35 shots in the Capitals 3-2 loss to the Rangers in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals. The series shifts to Washington where Holtby has gone 2-1 with a 1.68 GAA and .917 SV% at the Verizon Center to this point in the playoffs.
Andersen allowed one goal on 24 shots in the Ducks 6-1 win over the Flames in Game 1. Andersen has gone 4-0 with a 1.97 GAA and .930 SV% in the first four starts of the playoffs. He will look to back-stop the Ducks to a win tonight, which would send the series to Calgary with Anaheim up 2-0.
Crawford surrendered three goals on 33 shots in the Blackhawks 4-3 win over the Wild in Game 1. Crawford has gone 2-1-0 with a 3.81 GAA and .871 SV% in the playoffs, but will look to improve again tonight with a win at home. A win tonight sends the series to Minnesota with a 2-0 lead intact.
Price allowed two goals on 35 shots in the Canadiens 2-1 double overtime loss to the Lightning in Game 1. Price is now 2-1-1 with a 2.71 GAA and .903 SV% at home in the playoffs. He will look to steal Game 2 tonight to send the series to Tampa Bay tied a 2-2.
Hudler (undisclosed) is expected to play in Game 2 on Sunday.
Hudler left Game 1 with an undisclosed injury. He missed most of the last two periods of the game, but he is expected to play in Game 2on Sunday. Hudler has six points (3G / 3A) in seven games in the playoffs.
Diaz (lower-body) will be a game-time decision for Game 2.
Diaz has been out since April 2nd, but it looks like he has a chance to return to the lineup in Game 2 vs. the Ducks. Diaz had just two goals and two assists (4 points) in 56 games this season. Diaz would replace Tyler Wotherspoon in the lineup.
Ramo allowed three goals on 21 shots after replacing Jonas Hiller in the Flames 6-1 loss to the Ducks in Game 1. He has made three relief appearances so far, stopping 37 of 42 shots (.881 SV%). The Ducks have yet to lose in the postseason, so Ramo is hard to trust in one-day formats.
Dubnyk allowed four goals on 35 shots in the Wild’s 4-3 loss to Chicago in Game 1. He is 4-3 with a 2.58 GAA and .908 SV% in the playoffs and will look to get the series tied up tonight. The Wild have never lost back-to-back games since they acquired tonight, so I doubt they want to start tonight.