the NHL: Derek Roy suffered a concussion?
Published Tuesday, December 29, 2009 at 11 am 12 - Christine Roger
(Corus Sports) - Bored by an injury to the upper body, Derek Roy will miss Tuesday's game, against the Pittsburgh Penguins.

Buffalo Sabers (Buffalo News)

The Sabers did not want to reveal the nature of the injury, but Roy could suffer a concussion after being severely beaten last Saturday. According to head coach Lindy Ruff, he could return to action Friday against the Thrashers.

Patrick Kaleta not participate in Tuesday's game due to a leg injury.

Philadelphia Flyers (Philadelphia Inquirer)

Ray Emery was back in training for the first time since he underwent surgery to the abdomen, December 9 last. He should be able to return to the game in mid-January.

New Jersey Devils (Newark Star-Ledger)

Bryce Salvador left Monday's game due to injury at lower body.

Boston Bruins (Boston Globe)

Milan Lucic case remains uncertain for Winter Classic to be held Friday at Fenway Park. He trained with his teammates for the first time since he sprained his ankle injury that forced him to miss 14 games.

Minnesota Wild (Minneapolis-St.Paul Star Tribune)

Brent Burns still trains alone. He suffered a concussion last November 20.

Petr Sykora is nearing a return to play after missing the last 22 games of his team because of a concussion.

Chuck Kobasew could be having knee surgery and would miss it and the rest of the season. If the injury does not require surgery, Kobasew will miss four to six weeks of activities.

Los Angeles Kings (Los Angeles Times)

Justin Williams had surgery Monday to repair a broken right leg and will miss twelve weeks activities.

Chicago Blackhawks (Chicago Tribune)

Adam Burrish resumed skating after undergoing knee surgery during training camp. He hopes to be able to make a return knee to return the Olympic break.

Ducks of Anaheim (Orange County Register)

Ryan Getzlaf is uncertain if Tuesday's game against Minnesota. He suffered a laceration to his right leg at the meeting last Saturday and has not trained since.