Anaheim Ducks defenseman Sheldon Souray will miss the entire season after another operation on his right wrist.
Souray had surgery Friday to relieve arthritis symptoms related to a torn ligament.
The NHL-leading Ducks also assigned long-injured defenseman Luca Sbisa to the AHL on a conditioning loan before Friday's game at Chicago.
The 37-year-old Souray was injured during summer training and he never got on the ice in his second year in Anaheim. Souray had seven goals and 10 assists during a solid debut season with Anaheim, which signed him to a three-year, $11 million deal in 2012.
''This is a difficult situation for Sheldon and a tough loss for the team,'' Anaheim general manager Bob Murray said. ''Sheldon has been in pain for quite some time. This surgery was his best course of action in order to alleviate pain and discomfort, and regain full mobility in his wrist. Sheldon's long-term health is the most important issue right now, and we suppor...