Found December 13, 2011 on Pro Sports Daily:
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Montreal Canadiens right wing Brian Gionta is expected to remain sidelined this week due to a lower-body injury. Gionta was injured in a game against the Vancouver Canucks on Thursday and sat out Saturday's win against Carolina, ending a streak of 153 consecutive games played. Canadiens coach Jacques Martin Martin said Gionta will be sidelined for an “indeterminate” period. Gionta has eight goals and seven assists in 29 games this season.
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