Jenner was injured when he was struck in the hand by a puck in practice Sunday.
Malkin, who had 72 points (23 goals, 49 assists) in 60 games last season, has yet to participate in Pittsburgh's training camp because of an undisclosed injury. The Penguins have four scheduled practices before they open the regular season Oct. 9 against the Anaheim Ducks at Consol Energy Center.
"As far as I know, he hasn't been cleared to work out," Johnston told the newspaper. "Once he's cleared to work out, it will be a progression to get on the ice."
"[He] says he feels better and I think this week will be an important week, and hopefully he will be with us next week," Zetterberg told the Red Wings website. "I think it was a wise decision for him to really take the time now and do his rehab and really give it a last shot. Hopefully it will work."
Drouin sustained a slight fracture in his right thumb in a training camp practice Sept. 18 and was projected to miss 3-4 weeks. The Lightning open the regular season Oct. 9 against the Florida Panthers, which would be exactly three weeks after the injury occurred
Drouin said Tuesday he's feeling better but experiencing some pain but his goal is to be ready to face the Panthers.
"We're going in the right direction," Drouin said. "I think there's a couple more weeks [rehab] left, and I'm sure I'll be fine by then. Progress has been really good."
Honka, 18, had 56 points (16 goals, 40 assists) in 62 regular-season games for Swift Current of the Western Hockey League last season, his first in North America, and was tied for third on the team with two goals in six postseason games. Honka also helped Finland win a gold medal at the 2014 IIHF World Junior Championship with four points in seven games.
The Stars signed Honka to a three-year, entry-level contract in July.
Steen sat out the Blues' first two games and was held out of the next two for precautionary reasons following a minor injury sustained during a scrimmage.
"I'm looking forward to it, very much so," Steen told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. "You always need a few games. It's completely different to practicing, and the regular-season games are completely different to the exhibition games, so you need these to kind of ramp up. The exhibition games are usually a little sloppier, but usually high-paced, so you tend to find your timing quickly."
Dallas Stars coach Lindy Ruff said Tuesday that Kari Lehtonen was doing "pretty good" one day after the goaltender sustained a concussion in the third period of the Stars' 5-4 preseason win against the Florida Panthers.
Lehtonen will sit out the Stars' preseason finale Tuesday against the Tampa Bay Lightning at American Airlines Center, but is expected to be ready for Dallas' season opener Oct. 9 at home against the Chicago Blackhawks.
"To me, Kari seems pretty good today," Ruff told the Stars website. "I am not a doctor and I don't play one on TV, but I think we are basically out of the woods in that situation. Just have to give the mandatory couple of days."
Nolan said Kaleta, who is coming back from a knee injury, is likely to be out a month and Larsson for about 10 days.
"Kaleta's is not as serious as we thought, but it's still serious," Nolan said. "Instead of maybe a three-month thing it could be down to less than a month type of thing. We're very thankful for that."
Staal (core muscle) and Semin (wrist) each had surgery over the summer. They'll look to rebuild the chemistry they've shown in the past with Jiri Tlusty as Carolina prepares for its season opener against the New York Islanders on Oct. 10.
"It's been good," Staal told the Hurricanes website about his progress in training camp. "I'm ready to get into game action to test that and see how it feels, but I foresee no issues moving forward."
He stuck his neck out there for us. I don't know what's wrong with him, but you see he was in pain. But he went back in there. He's a tough guy. You've got to give him credit for helping the boys out.