Savchenko and Joubert withdrew for illness, not injury.
Injuries (5): Dube/Wolfe, Kemp/King, Takahashi/Tran, Yankowskas/Reagan, Vartmann/van Cleave, two spots each.
Bone Condition (1): Sui/Han, two spots
Split (1): Marley/Brubaker, two spots
Illness (1): Savchenko/Szolkowy, one spot
Personal/Training Reasons: Hausch/Wende, one spot
Total WD's: 14 spots; Total Injury WD's: 10 spots
Skipped GP (1): Pang/Tong, two spots
Split (1): Canac/Bonheur, one spot
Don't know (1): Zhang/Wang, CoC host spot
Total WD's: four spots. Total Injury WD's: zero or one spots
Skipped GP (2): Kostner, Ando, two spots each.
Injuries (5): Silete and K. Zhang, two spots each; Shelepen and Czisny (last season's injury), one spot each, and Geng, WD at event
Total WD's: 11 spots; Total Injury (from this season) WD's: six spots, seven if Lipnitskaia can't skate at TEB.
Last season, also very stable:
Retired (1): Lepisto (retired from prior seasons' injuries)
Injuries (1): Hecken, one spot
Death in Family (1): Asada, WD at GPF
Total WD's: four spots; Total Injury (current season) WD's: one spot
Splits (1): Zahorski/Miart, one spot
Remained Juniors (1): Nazarova/Nikitin, one spot
Injuries (1): Tobias/Stagniunas, one spot
Total WD's: three spots; Total Injury WD's: one spot
Splits (1): Hoffmann/Zavozin, one spot
Injuries (3): Monko/Khaliavin, two spots; Zahorski/Miart and Paul/Islam (WD at event), one spot each:
Illness (1): Pechalat/Bourzat, one spot
Total WD's: six spots; Total Injury WD's: four spots
Retired: Contesti, two spots
Injuries (4): Weir, two spots (one WD at event); Lysacek, Ponsart, and Dmitriev, one spot each.
Freak warm-up Accident (1): Song, one sot
Illness (1): Joubert (WD at event)
Total WD's: nine spots; Total Non-Freak-Accident Injury WD's: five spots
Retired (1): Alban Preaubert, one spot
Issues with Federation (1): Lysacek, two spots
Injuries (2): Liebers and Shultheiss, one spot each
?? (1): Reynolds (WD at TEB, and I don't remember why)
Total: six spots; Total Injury WD's: two or three spots
It's not surprising that two Men, Weir and Lysacek, trying to get back to top form relatively quickly and being older became injured. (With Plushenko, separating old and new injuries is a non-starter.)