Jets on ice this morning in Florida, Evander Kane (lower-body) isn't out there but all others on trip are accounted for.
It appears Kane is in danger of missing a second straight game when the Jets face the Panthers tomorrow. He will have to skate on Thursday morning if he is going to dress, so we will update his status tomorrow.
No Evander Kane on ice for Jets' morning skate, so it seems safe to assume he won't be in lineup as he deals with lower-body injury.
Kane was injured in the first period of Friday's game and did not return. He worked out off-ice on Sunday, but his absence from the morning skate basically eliminates any chance he had of playing. Chris Thorbburn has moved up into Kane's spot.
Kane (lower-body) did not skate for the second straight day.
Kane was injured in Friday's loss to the Flyers and has not skated since. His absence puts his availability for Monday's contest vs. the Rangers in question. For now consider him questionable and day-to-day.
Kane left Friday's game after the first period and did not return. Head coach Claude Noel could not say whether or not Kane will be in the lineup on Monday. Consider him questionable and monitor his status over the next couple of days.
Kane (lower-body) left today's game and did not return.
Kane was injured in the first period of this morning's game and did not return. He tested it out at the start of the second period, but then retired to the dressing room for the remainder of the game. For now consider him day-to-day until a full injury report is released.
Kane expressed his displeasure this morning about not playing on Wednesday. He said he was healthy enough to play and was an "obvious healthy scratch". Regardless Kane will be back in the Jets lineup tonight on a line with Olli Jokinen and Devin Setoguchi.
Kane (undisclosed) missed his second consecutive practice.
It was reported that Kane was given a maintenance day on Sunday, but he was also absent from today's gameday skate. The Jets take on the Red Wings tonight, so Kane's absence likely suggests that he will not be in the lineup. Monitor his status prior to puck-drop.