Found March 27, 2012 on
The 6th Sens:
Barring some unforeseen turn of events, Ben Bishop's 2011/12 season is over. After sustaining sustaining some undisclosed lower leg injury on Saturday night against the Pittsburgh Penguins, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun is reporting that Bishop will miss two weeks.
He's out two weeks with a "lower body" injury he suffered Saturday against the Pittsburgh Penguins, which means Craig Anderson is going to carry the ball and will start against the Winnipeg Jets Monday at the MTS Centre.
A St. Louis report said Bishop has a pulled groin. In any case, he's not going to play anytime soon. Alex Auld will dress as the backup against the Jets and the situation will be re-evaluated when the club gets home.
That report that he was alluding to was an Andy Strickland TrueHockey.com article that said:
Sources say Ottawa Senators goaltender Ben Bishop will be sidelined for at least a week after injuring his groin over the weekend. I’m told he does not have a tear which...
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Ottawa Senators rookie goaltender Ben Bishop is expected to be sidelined for at least one week with a groin injury, sources told TrueHockey.com on Monday.
Acquired from the St. Louis Blues at the trade deadline, Bishop had fared well after Craig Anderson suffered a lacerated pinky in a kitchen mishap.
Bishop has posted a 3-2-2 record with a 2.40 goals-against average for the seventh...
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