Chris Kunitz (ear) will play Saturday against the Capitals.
Kunitz was a game-time decision Saturday, and it was determined that he would play in warmups. He will skate ok the Pittsburgh Penguins ' second line next to Sidney Crosby and opposite Eric Fehr.
Kunitz hasn't scored a goal in his last 14 games, dating back to March 26. He has picked up his intensity level in the playoffs, however, dishing out 24 hits in six contests.
Chris Kunitz (undisclosed) is day-to-day after being struck with a puck while sitting on the bench Thursday.
The 36-year-old was hit by the puck early in the overtime period, and left the game immediately after. Head coach Mike Sullivan said that he believes Kunitz will be okay for Saturday's Game 2, but be sure to check back for further updates prior to puck drop.
Chris Kunitz (upper body) will play in Sunday's game against the Rangers.
Kunitz took the ice for warmups and his availability was confirmed shortly thereafter. He scored his 17th goal of the season in Saturday's win over the Red Wings, but he then missed the entire third period after taking a big hit from Pavel Datsyuk.
The left winger missed most of Saturday's game after taking a Pavel Datsyuk hit to the upper body. There's been no official confirmation he'll play at Madison Square Garden, but the pregame skate is an encouraging sign.