Devils general manager Lou Lamoriello just said there will be no update coming today on goaltender Martin Brodeur's injured left elbow.
"We're still going through all the tests and evaluation," Lamoriello said.
In fact, Lamoriello said that Brodeur did not have his X-rays and MRI until today and not Sunday like he said Sunday morning.
"Those are things you sometimes wait to do," Lamoriello said. "We go on the recommendations of physicians."
It is not uncommon for doctors to recommend waiting for swelling to subside before having an X-ray or MRI to make certain they obtain a clear picture.
When asked why the process is taking so long, Lamoriello replied, "This is what you go through. You make sure everything is as it should be."
Lamoriello said Brodeur has not gone outside New Jersey to seek opinions from other doctors.
"He's in New Jersey," Lamoriello said.
Lamoriello said he still didn't know if the injury is a major or minor one.
"I couldn't answer that," he said. "I want to be straightforward as we can. There is nothing right now. Any information that I give you could be misleading or misrepresentation at this point."
He also wouldn't say if he was optimistic.
"I'm the same as I was yesterday," he said.