GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) -- The Phoenix Coyotes hope they won't be down a player, while the Nashville Predators probably will have two returning for Game 5 of their Western Conference semifinal series.
The NHL has scheduled a hearing with Phoenix defenseman Rostislav Klesla on Sunday afternoon regarding his hit on Nashville forward Matt Halischuk in the Coyotes' 1-0 victory on Friday night.
Replays showed that Klesla appeared to grab the back of Halischuk's jersey before slamming him into the boards. Nashville coach Barry Trotz called it "a very dangerous hit."
Meanwhile, Trotz said Saturday that "there's a high probability" forwards Alexander Radulov and Andrei Kostitsyn will be back in the lineup after missing the past two games.
They were suspended for Game 3 for violating team rules, then were scratched from Game 4 because Trotz didn't want to mess with a lineup that played so well in Nashville's 2-0 Game 3 victory.
"I talked to both of them this morning. We have communicated,"...