Goalie Ben Scrivens (shoulder, collarbone) day-to-day for Canada

PYEONGCHANG, South Korea -- Canada goaltender Ben Scrivens is day-to-day with a shoulder and collarbone injury, though the team's general manager is optimistic the veteran is not out of the men's hockey tournament at the Pyeongchang Olympics.

Scrivens was not healthy enough to practice for Canada on Thursday, and GM Sean Burke said he was getting iced down.

Scrivens had to leave Canada's 1-0 quarterfinal victory over Finland on Wednesday about four minutes into the second period after colliding with an opposing player.

Former New York Islanders goaltender Kevin Poulin replaced Scrivens and stopped all 15 shots he faced to get Canada into the semifinals, where it faces Germany on Friday.