Left wing Mike Cammalleri, still out with a right hand/wrist injury, will miss the Devils' next two games, Monday at the Rangers and Tuesday at home against Edmonton, according to reporter Tom Gulitti (Fire and Ice, Feb. 7).
"There really hasn't been much progress other than he's working out and skating (on his own)," Devils coach John Hynes told Gulitti. "We really don't have a time frame on it right now. He'll be out tomorrow and Tuesday for sure and again we'll kind of see where it's at at that point."
Cammalleri has not played since Jan. 26 with the injury, which caused him to miss eight games from Jan. 2 to Jan. 16. He played four games after returning Jan. 19 before going back on the injury list.
Hynes told Gulitti he doesn't believe Cammalleri returned too soon when he came back in mid-January.
"It was more of a re-aggravation," Hynes said. "He played with it a little bit and it wasn't doing him any good to keep going, so we've got to let it settle down now and, hopefully, it gets better quick and he's back soon."
Gulitti also reported that Cory Schneider will start in goal against the Rangers. Hynes did not name the starter for Tuesday, when Martin Brodeur's No. 30 will b e retired.