Some good news and bad news on the injury front from the Penguins' morning skate.
First the good news. Forward Mark Letestu (right) and goaltender Brent Johnson are back. Letestu has been sidelined five games due to an "upper-body" injury. In 58 games this season, Letestu has scored 24 points (12 goals, 12 assists).
Johnson has not been available for the past three games due to an "upper-body" injury. In 21 games this season, Johnson has a 11-5-3 record with 2.19 goals against average, .920 save percentage and one shutout.
The Penguins' lines this morning were:
Chris Kunitz - Jordan Staal - Tyler Kennedy
James Neal - Mark Letestu - Alex Kovalev
Chris Conner - Maxime Talbot - Pascal Dupuis
Mike Rupp - Craig Adams - Arron Asham
Eric Tangradi - Mike Comrie - Eric Godard
As for the bad news, Dan Bylsma announced an MRI on the right knee of Dustin Jeffrey revealed some damage but he will require futher evaluation.
For the Flyers, Sergei Bobrovsky will start in net. In 48 games this season, Bobrovsky is 27-11-6 with a 2.53 goals against average and .917 save percentage. Bobrovsky, a rookie, has made four starts against the Penguins this season, including two in Pittsburgh. He has a 2-1-1 record against the Penguins with a 2.53 goals against average and .917 save percentage.
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