As ESPN famous, Colorado Avalanche middle Nathan MacKinnon was unable to follow Tuesday due to the unspecified lower-body damage he picked up in Saturday’s loss on the Columbus Blue Jackets that dropped the Avalanche to 4-5-1 on the younger season.
MacKinnon’s standing for Thursday’s sport in opposition to the Vancouver Canucks wasn’t recognized at the moment, however the newest replace reveals he’ll miss extra than simply that contest.
According to Mike Chambers of the Denver Post, Colorado coach Jared Bednar instructed reporters Wednesday that MacKinnon is ready to be out for 3 weeks of motion, “give or take,” due to the setback.
Per ESPN stats, MacKinnon leads the Avalanche with 9 assists, and he’s tied for the staff lead with 10 whole factors in eight video games. He was on the ice for 20:40 in opposition to Columbus, however his damage “didn’t feel the way he wanted it to feel” after that defeat, in response to Bednar.
MacKinnon missed the opening two video games of the marketing campaign as a result of he examined optimistic for COVID-19. If he is out for 3 full weeks, he could possibly be sidelined for no less than eight future contests.