Found January 31, 2014 on
from John Vogl of Sabres Edge at the Buffalo News,
Matt Moulson, one of the Sabres' top scorers and trade subjects, is likely out until after the Olympic break with an upper-body injury.
"He took a pretty good bang last night, so it looks possibly that he’ll be out till after the Olympic break," Buffalo coach Ted Nolan said this afternoon. "I think we only have four or five games left, so it could be in the last part of it, but more than likely after the Olympic break."
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Upper body injury for Moulson, looks like he'll be out until after the Olympic break, #Sabres Interim Coach Ted Nolan says.— Buffalo Sabres (@BuffaloSabres) January 31, 2014
Terrible news for Matt Moulson and the Buffalo Sabres.
The team has decided to shut him down until after the Olympic break.
Moulson was injured on a combo platter body check-slash from Coyotes captain Shan...
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Matt Moulson suffered a upper body injury in the Buffalo Sabers win vs the Phoenix Coyotes Thursday night. According to Sabers head coach Ted Nolan, it looks like Moulson will be out until after the Olympic break, which begins Feb. 9 and runs through Feb. 24.Buffalo, which holds last place in both the Atlantic...
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