Drouin, Paquette and Johnson all considered day to day with Drouin closest to returning #TBLightning
Tampa Tribune "The slumping Tampa Bay Lightning will have to face the next month of the season without one of their key players. Left wing Ondrej Palat will miss 3-5 weeks with what the team called an unspecified lower-body injury, suffered during Saturday’s loss at Minnesota. Palat wore a brace around his..." November 10
UPDATE: #TBLightning forward Ondrej Palat will miss 3-5 weeks with a lower body injury.
Ondrej Palat has sustained a lower body injury and will not return to tonight’s game. #TBLvsMIN
Cooper says Ondrej Palat is good to go tonight. #TBLightning
Palat out 2-3 weeks, Paquette out 10-14 days and Coburn out 4-6 weeks #TBLightning
Cooper said Palat took a puck off his foot, they took "pictures'' and appear to be negative, will be re-evaluated on Wednesday
Injury update: Ondrej Palat listed as out with a lower body injury and is considered day to day #tblightning
NHL.com "The Tampa Bay Lightning have resigned forward Ondrej Palat to a three-year contract, vice president and general manager Steve Yzerman announced today. Palat, 23, skated in 81 games for the Lightning during the 2013-14 season, collecting 23 goals and 59 points to go along with a plus-32 rating...." June 09
CBS Sports "On Wednesday the NHL named the three finalists for the Calder Trophy and two of them come from the same team. The Calder, which is given "to the player selected as the most proficient in his first year of competition," will be handed out to one of these three: Nathan MacKinnon of the Colorado..." April 23
NHL.com "Tampa Bay Lightning rookie forward Ondrej Palat skated for a second straight day Sunday but remains a game-time decision for Game 3 of the Eastern Conference First Round series against the Montreal Canadiens at Bell Centre (7 pm ET; NBCSN, CBC, RDS, SUN). "We have a lot of guys available to..." April 20
Palat said he'll be a game-time decision on Sunday. Said the Johnson hit on April 11 vs. Columbus caused the problem.
CBS Sports "With injuries to key players left and right all year, one has to wonder which member of the Tampa Bay Lightning walked under a ladder. Lightning head coach Jon Cooper had a great quote in his meeting with the media Thursday that offers a glimpse into their mindset when it comes to dealing with the..." April 18
Palat a game-time decision, Cooper said, and added not to expect to see Bishop (elbow) "any time soon."