Cammalleri went for X-rays Monday after he was elbowed in a game Friday against the Dallas Stars. He was in the lineup Saturday for the Devils most recent game, a 3-2 overtime win against the Ottawa Senators.
Cammalleri leads the Devils with five goals. He has seven points in his first eight games with New Jersey.
Making his NHL debut after nine years in the minor leagues, Darling stopped 32 shots in a 2-1 victory at United Center, not far from his hometown of Lemont, Ill., that snapped the Blackhawks two-game losing streak.
As well as the defending Stanley Cup champions have played to start the season, winning five straight after losing their first two games, the players believe there's room for improvement. The Kings have allowed 35 shots per game, ranking 29th in the NHL. Their offense has been top heavy with Tanner Pearson, Jeff Carter and Tyler Toffoli combining for all but four of their 16 goals, and L.A. has averaged 27.1 shots per game, 26th in the League.
"We're what, seven games in, and we should start hitting our strides," center Anze Kopitar told the Los Angeles Times on Saturday. "The last couple of games have been better. We've just got to build on it and stay consistent. That's what it is. You're trying to get to a point where you feel comfortable playing the game and feeling good about your game, and then just try and stay up there as long as you can."
Johnson stopped 30 shots Thursday as the Islanders defeated the Boston Bruins 3-2 at TD Garden. He's 2-0-0 with a 2.14 goals-against average and .918 save percentage in three games.
"You can get on a good rhythm and a good routine the more you play," Johnson said, according to the Islanders website. "The more you play the more confident you’re going to be. The comfort and confidence go hand-in-hand the more you play, the better off it's going to be."