No idea. He took the puck off his foot from about five feet away and essentially went straight to the bench. He came out for the cool down stretch a couple minutes later and stayed on the ice for about five more minutes before heading to the locker room. He didn't really test it out at all after the stretch and was definitely favoring that foot.
Trotz mentioned that he was hit in his post-practice remarks, but didn't really provide an update. I'm guessing his foot is bruised at a minimum, but have no idea if it will actually hold him out or not. It was just one of those things you see and instantly know that the player is going to be in significant pain, but aren't necessarily sure it'll be much more than that...
Ward plays what I call the dumas position. As in the dumas who stands in front of the goal as Weber blasts at it like the US Army does with artillery.
The speed players are split up on all three lines: Lombardi #1, Legwand #2, Sullivan #3. Wilson, Ward and Hornqvist on different lines. There is a playmaker on every line: Wilson, Dumont, and O'Reilly.
Pure and simple, the offense is spread out. In addition, the lines have a defensive player on each line.