Stoll is out with an upper-body injury, according to Kings General Manager
Does this mean a recall of center
Not yet, Lombardi said via email.
The Kings did not skate on Friday. Earlier Saturday, Kings Coach
"Less is more," Sutter said.
Stoll has six goals and 15 points in 67 games and has not scored since Feb. 14. His spot in the lineup against Nashville will be taken by rookie center Andy Andreoff, who has appeared in only two games since Jan. 14.
"Obviously, I'm feeling better because I'm out there," he said. "I got some skating in and finally able to join the team today. That feels good. I kind of feel like you're a part of things again."
Martinez spoke about the Kings' recent upward trend, saying it's been fun to follow.
"Obviously, it's a double-edged sword," he said. "You want to see your team do well and things like that, but it's also hard being out because you want to be part of the team. You want to contribute. You want to play.
"Regardless of the type of injury, when you're out, you want to get back in there. So it's been both good and bad."
For the record, he has not seen the video of the injury-causing hit by Cedric Paquette of the Lightning.