Doughty (upper-body) practiced with the Kings this morning.
Doughty missed Saturday's game with an upper-body injury, but could be back in the lineup on Wednesday. He is listed as day-to-day, and he could be held out on Wednesday to rest prior to the post-season.
Campbell will likely make his NHL debut on Saturday.
Campbell, 26, is in his sixth year with the Manchester Monarchs. He has three goals and 13 assists (16 points) in 68 games this season. Drew Doughty likely won't be playing because of an upper-body injury, which opens the door for Campbell.
Doughty doubtful for Saturday with an upper-body injury.
Doughty was injured in the Kings' loss to the Sharks on Thursday. He does not have a stall in the Kings' dressing room which suggests that he is out. Head coach Darryl Sutter called him day-to-day--another sign he will not play.
Doughty left Thursday's game with an upper-body injury and did not return.
Doughty was injured when he went for a hit on Sharks forward Tyler Kennedy mid-way through the first period. As of the time the team left the arena, it was not clear whether Doughty would travel with to Vancouver, where the Canucks will host the Kings on Saturday night. Expect an update later on Friday.
No surprises or changes based on the way the Kings are skating in practice today. Drew Doughty is not on the ice, but that’s not a big surprise given that Doughty can’t play until Tuesday at the earliest and isn’t yet in the 7-to-10 day timeframe for his return.
Certainly an encouraging sign for his fantasy hockey owners but Doughty likely stays sidelined at least until Tuesday. Stay tuned for a further update on his status...