Make it two games and counting for Jarret Stoll.
The Edmonton Oilers' centre didn't appear at yesterday's practice and appears to be a scratch for tonight's tilt with a concussion.
"He is very unlikely for (today) - probably be a longer term thing than a game or two," said Oiler head coach Craig MacTavish.
"We will just evaluate it day to day with him."
The versatile forward - a key penalty killer, point man on the power play and top faceoff centre - suffered his second concussion in a couple of weeks when he played in Vancouver last Thursday.
An Oilers official suggested Stoll might make an appearance this morning at Rexall Place.