Callahan (hip) skated with a no-contact jersey on Monday.
Callahan continues to work his way back after offseason hip surgery and his return to the ice on Monday keeps him on pace for a mid-November return. With Callahan missing the first month of the season, it looks like Brayden Point will get a shot to start the year in Tampa Bay.
Callahan underwent offseason hip surgery and is expected to miss all of October. With Callahan out, expect Cedric Paquette to play a more significant role and for Erik Condra to see regular playing time on the fourth line.
Callahan missed Thursday’s practice, but took part in the Lightning’s optional morning skate and will be in the lineup on Friday. Callahan failed to record a point in Game 1, but had two shots on goal and four hits.
Callahan missed the Lightning’s final three games of the regular season, but he was on the ice for Monday’s practice and appears to be on track for Game 1. Monitor his status on Tuesday, but all things are pointing towards him playing on Wednesday.
Callahan will miss his second straight game on Thursday. He is listed as day-to-day and there’s no guarantee that he will return Saturday vs. the Canadiens. Callahan remains questionable for the playoffs.
Callahan took part in Friday’s morning skate, but will not be in the lineup vs. the Islanders. Callahan will miss his third straight game and remains day-to-day. Monitor his status before tomorrow’s game vs. the Panthers.
Callahan will miss his second straight game with a lower-body injury. Callahan did not take part in the morning skate, but the Lightning are off until Friday, so there’s a chance that he could be back by then. Monitor his status as the week progresses.
Callahan is not expected to play on Thursday after suffering a lower-body injury on Tuesday. The Lightning are really banged up right now so look for them to recall another forward for Thursday’s game.