That's a little more detail than we got earlier, although not much more than we already knew considering the timing of everything. It's hard to take the Devils' "day-to-day" diagnoses seriously considering their history -- Henrik Tallinder being the latest example. While Poni hasn't exactly lit it up (one goal, five points in 12 games) since rejoining the Devils via trade, he is a key part of Pete DeBoer's nightly lineup, especially with Dainius Zubrus sidelined and Stefan Matteau in junior. Expect to see Adam Henrique at left wing on the first line tomorrow night with Zajac centering Elias and Clarkson and the CBGB line reunited for a whole game. The fourth line is still a bit of a mystery although I don't expect much out of them regardless of whichever combination DeBoer chooses to throw out there. The Devils can survive a brief time without Poni, but it's just another example of small losses adding up a bigger problem.