NHL Injury Update: Lupul, Boyle, Stewart, Ducks, Thomas

Oct 15, 2013; St. Louis, MO, USA; San Jose Sharks defenseman Dan Boyle (22) is taken off the ice after being injured during the first period against the St. Louis Blues at Scottrade Center. Mandatory Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

Here is your NHL injury update for October 29:

The latest report on Joffrey Lupul states that he will be a game time decision for the Toronto Maple Leafs tonight in Edmonton.

Dan Boyle could be back in the San Jose Sharks line up as soon as tomorrow. He has had no setbacks or headaches as a result of his concussion.

Chris Stewart will be returning to the St. Louis Blues line up tonight. He has been out since Saturday’s game against the Nashville Predators when he took a hit from Patric Hornqvist.

Mathieu Perreault and Dustin Penner will be game time decisions tonight for the Anaheim Ducks. Perreault has been out with a wrist injury since Friday. Penner has been out with a concussion since October 20 when he was hit by Ryan Garbutt of the Dallas Stars.

Matt Beleskey is expected to return during the Ducks next road trip which starts on November 12. This means he will be out at least 2 more weeks with his thumb injury.

Tim Thomas has been skating for the past 2 days and could join the Florida Panthers in practice tomorrow. Thomas has been out since October 22 with a leg injury.

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Topics: Anaheim Ducks, Chris Stewart, Dan Boyle, Dustin Penner, Florida Panthers, Injuries, Joffrey Lupul, Mathieu Perreault, Matt Beleskey, San Jose Sharks, St.Louis Blues, Toronto Maple Leafs

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