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William Carrier
Unknown Injury (Day-to-day)
Injured On: 5/4 vs. SJS (Game 5)

Carrier exited Game 5 after playing just four minutes. He did not return to the bench at any point during the game. Following the game, Gallant called the injury day-to-day and said he is not sure the extent of the injury. Carrier missed Game 6 of the San Jose series and all of the Western Conference Finals.

Still no information on exactly what the injury is or when it was sustained in Game 5 against the Sharks but it appears somewhat serious. The team has issued nothing but the term “day-to-day” when talking about his injury.

Carrier began practicing in a red-no contact jersey on Saturday, two days before Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final.

Malcolm Subban
Undisclosed (Day-to-day)
Injured On: ???

Subban has not appeared in a game since the final regular season game of the season. He has been the backup for every game during the postseason has not missed a practice. That was until the morning of Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals when he was absent. Maxime Lagace took his place.

Gerard Gallant was coy about why Subban was not at practice calling him day-to-day. When pressed if it is an injury or an illness, Gallant responded “undisclosed.” Subban has missed each game since Game 3 of the Western Conference Final. Just as is the case with Carrier, the team will not offer anything beyond “day-to-day” when speaking about the injury.