Judging by the players on the ice this morning, it also appears winger Chris Neil, who suited up for the club's final two games of the series victory over the Rangers in Round 3, was among the scratches that took part in a short skate.
Acquired from the Carolina Hurricanes at trade deadline, Stalberg, who won a Stanley Cup with the Chicago Blackhawks in 2013, wasnt on the ice Saturday morning at the PPG Paints Arena, was a scratch for Game 1 against the Pittsburgh Penguins and coach Guy Boucher has listed him as day-to-day with an undisclosed injury.
With the Senators forced to sit Stalberg, who left Game 6 of Round 2 against the New York Rangers with an undisclosed injury, winger Ryan Dzingel was inserted into his spot.
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According to TSN's Steve Lloyd, star defenceman Erik Karlsson left this morning's practice nearly right away, but it is unclear why.
Dzingel scored 14 goals for the Senators during the regular season and has one goal and two assists in nine games this postseason.
The Senators open the Eastern Conference Final on the road against Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins on May 13.
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