Nolan wore a protective visor, and Toronto enforcer Tie Domi
also wore a visor.
"I'm tired of sitting and watching," he said. "Being able to
play is great."
Domi talked about wearing the visor after Toronto's Darcy Tucker also sustained an eye injury after a high-stick on Jan. 20, but Domi didn't until Saturday. Domi took it off his helmet before fighting
Ottawa's Shane Hnidy in the first period.
Domi said he probably won't wear a visor again.
"It's tough. At least I tried. If something happens I can
explain to my wife and kids that I didn't feel comfortable doing my
job with that thing on," Domi said. "It looks like your looking
through a mirror. It's really difficult."