It wasn't 100 per cent, that's for sure, but there's lots of guys playing through things. It is starting to feel a lot better.
"I feel really good out there and I'm just looking forward to getting back in the game situation. I've been working hard the last two-and-a-half, three weeks just getting my strength back up, and been practicing a lot now, so I feel confident enough to play."
"I had an injury a couple of years ago, but I haven’t had anything since then. I don’t know what it is. Two days ago, I felt really good then it just felt tight."
"Comrie isn't available for the weekend"
"I'm going to play on for sure I think I was kind of close last game, but still the extra four days would be beneficial. Like I said, I'm feeling better and better every day. I'll be ready to go."
Comrie, Pisani, Staios and Visnovsky all made the trip to Boston
The Edmonton Oilers Hockey Club has confirmed today, a player has been diagnosed as having had the H1N1 flu. There are no other confirmed cases of H1N1 among the Edmonton Oilers players, coaches or support staff, although a number of individuals have been suffering with the seasonal flu or flu like symptoms.