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Islanders, Flames hope to welcome back injured D-men

Two key NHL defensemen with injuries have been spotted skating and could be in the lineup Thursday when the New York Islanders visit the Calgary Flames.

Flames blueliner Travis Hamonic and Islanders defender Johnny Boychuk are both game-day decisions for their teams.

Hamonic appears the most likely to fit back into his team's lineup. After missing 14 games with an upper-body injury, he fully participated in practice Tuesday and Wednesday.

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Leaders
Points: M. Tkachuk61
Plus/Minus: D. Ryan9
Shots on Goal: J. Gaudreau209
PIM: M. Tkachuk74
Win: D. Rittich24
Shutouts: D. Rittich2
Offense (Rank)
Goals: 204 (20)
Shots: 2212 (14)
PP%: 21.2% (11)
Penalty Minutes: 615 (11)
Assists: 332 (19)
SH Goals: 6 (10)
Standings
Pacific Division
  W L OTL Pts
x-Vegas 39 24 8 86
x-Edmonton 37 25 9 83
x-Calgary 36 27 7 79
x-Vancouver 36 27 6 78
x-Arizona 33 29 8 74
Anaheim 29 33 9 67
Los Angeles 29 35 6 64
San Jose 29 36 5 63
Full Standings
 
Defense (Rank)
Goals Against: 214 (13)
Shots Against: 2271 (9)
PK%: 82.1% (8)
Penalty Minutes: 592 (14)
Shutouts: 4 (10)
Sv%: 0.906 (13)
Injuries
Date Player Status
3/8 N. Hanifin Upper-body injury - left game (day-to-day)
9/13 J. Valimaki Torn right ACL (IR)
Transactions
Date Player Transactions
7/10 T. Hamonic Granted Leave of Absence Opted out of 2020 playoffs
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