Washington CapitalsForward Tom WilsonIt will be a game-time call for Game 2 in the Stanley Cup playoff series against The Florida PanthersAfter inflicting a lower-body trauma on Tuesday, Game 1 was abandoned.
Peter Laviolette, Capitals' coach, stated that Wilson is currently being treated.
Wilson's goal in period one opened the scoring for the Capitals' 4-2 win. He left soon after. It was unclear how he was hurt. After a TV timeout, he returned to the ice for a few laps. He then left again and didn't return.
Wilson scored 24 goals and 52 point in the regular season, while averaged 18:35 per match.
Defenseman John CarlsonFollowing a high hit from Panthers forward,, who left in its final moments. Sam BennettAccording to Laviolette, he is expected to play in Game 2 this Thursday.
The No. The No. 8 seed Capitals have a 1-0 series lead against the Presidents' Trophy winning Panthers in Sunrise, Fla.