Canadiens’ Jonathan Drouin reveals he tore tendon in his wrist
Montreal Canadiens centre Jonathan Drouin says he suffered a torn tendon in his wrist during the team’s 5-2 win over the Washington Capitals earlier this month, he told reporters Friday. “I just fell on my wrist and twisted it,” Drouin said. “It’s just bad luck.
(AP) — San Jose Sharks defenseman Radim Simek needs surgery for torn ligaments in his right knee . General manager Doug Wilson said Thursday Well, they lost forwards Jonathan Drouin ( expected to be out two months after wrist surgery) and Paul Byron ( expected to miss a month after knee
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The San Jose Sharks find themselves down a defenseman asthat defenseman will return to San Jose and is expected to miss two weeks to have a minor procedure on his meniscus, an injury that kept him out of the lineup for the start of the season.
Simek sat out the first month of the season with the knee injury he suffered last season. However, his return to the Sharks’ lineup coincided with San Jose’s success as it has gone 11-4-1 since struggling with its defensive depth up until then. The 27-year-old has averaged 16:54 of ATOI and has a goal, four assists and 28 hits over 16 games.
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General manager Doug Wilson said Sunday that Simek is set to receive treatment on his meniscus, and is expected to miss about two weeks , Curtis Pashelka of The San Jose Simek had picked up a lower-body injury late in November, but it's unclear if this is the same injury he was dealing with.
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- The season debut that Los Angeles Kings defenseman was anticipating soon will go on hold as the blueliner was placed back on injured reserve Saturday after suffering a setback with his back injury, . Forbort has yet to make his season debut after going down with a back injury during the preseason. He was expected to return soon, however, as he was sent to the Ontario Reign of the AHL on a conditioning assignment. However, he played two games before suffering the setback. There is currently no timetable on his return.
- The Vegas Golden Knights will have to wait at least one more game before starting goaltender will return to the ice After a six-game layoff. that will get the start again despite Fleury’s return since his father passed away. The scribe writes that head coach wants to give Fleury some more practice time before throwing him into a game.
- The that with the recovery of Anaheim forward from injury for the next 6-10 weeks, the beneficiary is likely to be , who immediately was moved onto the Ducks' second line in hopes more playing time will spark his development. Comtois, a second-round pick in 2017, has had some success with the Ducks. He has two goals and five points so far in 13 games with the Ducks, but the injury will give the 20-year-old an even bigger opportunity to put up more offense.
- While the Oilers that they had activated forward off of injured reserve and expect him to play Sunday, Edmonton to get back forward as well. The 28-year-old Kassian has missed the past three games with a back injury, but is expected to join Nugent-Hopkins and likely will take his place on Edmonton’s top line with and . Kassian has been averaging a career-high 16:22 of ice time this season and has nine goals and 19 points this year.
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Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes avoided serious damage to his knee but is expected to miss three weeks with a dislocated kneecap, according to various media reports. The NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport and James Palmer reported that Mahomes will seek an additional opinion on
Ficken missed the extra point, but the Jets led 6-3 early in the second quarter. New York got the ball right back when Nate Hairston picked off Fitzpatrick when he snatched the ball out of Allen Hurns' hands on first down. Sharks ' Simek expected to miss two weeks after setback with knee .
Every NHL team's biggest question at the quarter mark
Anaheim Ducks: finding some offense
Arizona Coyotes: Do they have enough scoring?
Boston Bruins: Will David Pastrnak win the goal scoring crown?
Buffalo Sabres: Can they avoid another late season fall?
Calgary Flames: Can they get Johnny Gaudreau going?
Carolina Hurricanes: Nino Niederreiter
Chicago Blackhawks: still the defense
Colorado Avalanche: Is Philipp Grubauer a Stanley Cup goalie?
Columbus Blue Jackets: goaltending
Dallas Stars: Will Jamie Benn get going?
Detroit Red Wings: When does Steve Yzerman start making changes?
Edmonton Oilers: Can they sustain this start?
Florida Panthers: Did they make a mistake signing Sergei Bobrovsky?
Los Angeles Kings: Do they start the rebuild?
Minnesota Wild: Bruce Boudreau's status
Montreal Canadiens: What changes get made?
Nashville Predators: special teams
New Jersey Devils: What do they do with Taylor Hall?
New York Islanders: Do they add another scorer?
New York Rangers: How do they handle this season?
Ottawa Senators: Who is next to get traded?
Philadelphia Flyers: Just what are they?
Pittsburgh Penguins: Will they ever stay healthy?
San Jose Sharks: Will they address their goaltending?
St. Louis Blues: finding enough offense
Tampa Bay Lightning: Will Jon Cooper push the right buttons?
Toronto Maple Leafs: Can Sheldon Keefe fix this?
Vancouver Canucks: scoring depth
Vegas Golden Knights: Marc-Andre Fleury's workload
Washington Capitals: Braden Holtby
Winnipeg Jets: The entire defense
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New Orleans Pelicans rookie Zion Williamson is making significant strides in his recovery from October meniscus surgery, but he isn't expected to return anytime soon. "We're really excited with where he's at," Pelicans executive vice president of basketball operations David Griffin said Tuesday, according to ESPN's Andrew Lopez. "He's made really good progress. I know we've reached the eight-week point and everyone is ready to see him. "I think"We're really excited with where he's at," Pelicans executive vice president of basketball operations David Griffin said Tuesday, according to ESPN's Andrew Lopez. "He's made really good progress.