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The Montreal Canadiens have a knack for playing a part in goalie injuries.
In October, Brian Gionta ran into James Reimer of the Toronto Maple Leafs. And, last night, the Florida Panthersâ Jose Theodore was clipped by teammate Dmitry Kulikov after the Canadiensâ Mike Blunder tried to squeeze in a shot in high traffic, causing Kulikov to tumble in front of Theodore.
Theodore was swept, and landed awkwardly on his leg.
This resulted in being listed out indefinitely with a âlower body injury.â
Hereâs the video:
The Panthers may not have its starting goalie back Thursday for a road game against the New York Rangers.
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Florida coach Kevin Dineen says he expects the NHL to quickly complete its review of an incident in which Panthers forward Krys Barch allegedly made a racial slur during a game.
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Panthers forward Krys Barch was ejected on Saturday night during a game against the Canadiens when he reportedly used a racial slur against P.K. Subban.
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Florida Panthers right wing Krys Barch was ejected from Saturday's game against the Montreal Canadiens after he was overheard directing a racial slur at P.K. Subban.
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