The Atlantic Division has been relatively healthy, the Southeast has been banged up.
The Oilers have been bitten by the injury bug as hard as almost any team in the NHL.
The Oilers have been aggressive with Hall's return, the Barons have been cautious with Hartikainen's
Taylor Hall and Teemu Hartikainen are getting close to a return from their shoulder separations.
Edmonton's injury woes were bad, but not nearly as bad as the Penguins or Islanders.
News on Ryan Stone - long overdue from an organization that isn't forthcoming.
The Oilers recalled Taylor Chorney this afternoon, presumably to fill Ladislav Smid's role. Smid will be unable to go after being on the receiving end of yet another dirty hit from a Canuck, this...
The Bulin Wall may have been torn down. Where will the Oilers turn?
Nikolai Khabibulin missed Saturday's game against the Chicago Blackhawks with a bad back. Do we know more than that? Not really.
Kevin Prendergast explained why Springfield had such a bad season. I explain why he's wrong.