New York Rangers forward Daniel Carcillo, a former King, is eligible to play Wednesday in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final after serving an NHL suspension for making contact with a referee during the Eastern Conference finals last month. He was uncertain whether he would be in the lineup, however.
“I don’t know what’s going to happen for tomorrow,” said Carcillo, who was traded from the Kings to the Rangers on Jan. 4 for a seventh-round draft pick. “Just to be around the guys and be in the room, that’ll be a nice change and a nice feeling. Just going to go from there, don’t really know too much.”