Michael Cammalleri didn’t practice today but is expected to skate tomorrow morning and Crawford said he is probable for tomorrow’s game against Colorado.
“I feel really good,” Cammalleri said after getting treatment on his injured groin. “I’m optimistic about tomorrow. We all felt there was no need to push it, and even if I was ready to go today why not give it one more day?”
Frolov, also out with a groin injury, didn’t practice and Crawford ruled him out. It sounds as though he’s likely to miss Monday’s game against Edmonton as well.
Scott Thornton was limited in practice. Crawford said he’s getting better and should be back soon, and that he’s questionable for Saturday.
Jaroslav Modry was expected to return tonight from the Czech Republic, where he was visiting his ailing father, and may be available tomorrow.
“We’ll see how he is,” Crawford said. “Obviously, it’s a tough travel not to mention how emotional it has to be on Jaro. From that standpoint, we’ll see how he is and have a better answer for you tomorrow.”