NHL Injury Update: Lecavalier, Koivu, Callahan, Bolland, Briere

Oct 19, 2013; Montreal, Quebec, CAN; Montreal Canadiens forward Daniel Briere (48) lays on the ice after colliding with Nashville Predators forward Eric Nystrom (not pictured) while Predators forward Filip Forsberg (9) skates by during the second period at the Bell Centre. Mandatory Credit: Eric Bolte-USA TODAY Sports

Here is your NHL injury update for November 4:

Vincent Lecavalier will be back in the Philadelphia Flyers line up tomorrow night. He will be wearing a shield in his return due to his mouth injury.

Saku Koivu has been free of concussion symptoms for several days which is really good news for the Anaheim Ducks.

Ryan Callahan is set to return to the New York Rangers line up tonight. He is two weeks ahead of schedule on recovery for his broken thumb which was supposed to keep him out for a month.

Dave Bolland is out of the Toronto Maple Leafs line up indefinitely after a successful surgery to repair a severed tendon on the outside of his left ankle.

Daniel Briere has returned to the ice  today with the Montreal Canadiens. This is the first time since he suffered a concussion on October 19 when the Habs took on the Columbus Blue Jackets.

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Topics: Anaheim Ducks, DAnny Briere, Dave Bolland, Injuries, Montreal Canadiens, New York Rangers, Philadelphia Flyers, Ryan Callahan, Saku Koivu, Toronto Maple Leafs, Vincent Lecavalier

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