It's not great, but it's a start.
Basically, here's what we're looking at.
Marc-Andre Fleury - could be back as early as this weekend, according to Mark Madden yesterday. More realistic may be December 18 at Atlanta or December 20 when the Pens host Toronto.
Hal Gill - out 2-4 weeks, which puts him back in the lineup sometime between the week of Christmas and the first full week of January.
Philippe Boucher - week to week, according to the Tribune Review. He could be back for Saturday's game at Philly, but like Fleury, a more realistic date may be next week or even the week after, as there just doesn't seem to be much of an update on his progress.
Ryan Whitney - has resumed skating and practicing. Initial target date for his return was right around Christmas, and he appears to be on schedule for that, and maybe even a little bit ahead of schedule. I'm thinking Toronto game, December 20 at the earliest...if not, perhaps the week of Christmas.
Sergei Gonchar - expected to be out until March.
Tyler Kennedy - 4-6 weeks as of this past Saturday's game with Ottawa. That puts him back sometime in early-mid January.
Mike Zigomanis - day-to-day. Molinari said in the PG today that Therrien told him Zigomanis is getting close. I'd think he'll be back by Saturday.
I think that's it. Am I missing anyone?