Montreal Canadiens striker Ryan Boehling will be out indefinitely with an upper body injury.
The 23-year-old American left the game against the Philadelphia Flyers last Sunday in pain.
Poehling was placed on the injured list and the Montreal organization recalled striker Jesse Ylönen from the MLS. The Finn has already played seven games for Habs in 2021-2022. He had a goal and assist for two points. In AHL, he hit the goal 12 times and provided 15 assists for 27 points in 40 games.
Also injured in the upper body on Sunday, during the warm-up Arturi Laconin was supposed to train at Broussard on Tuesday morning, but he finally skipped his turn to enjoy a day of therapy, just as defender Brett Kollack and striker Josh Anderson have. .
The three players represent unconfirmed cases in the evening game against the Arizona Coyotes.
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Strikers Jonathan Drouin and Christian Dvorak were present in the training with their teammates, but they did not receive the green light to play.
Defensesman Joel Edmondson, who made his first game of the season last Saturday against the Seattle Kraken, will face Coyote.
It will be defender Ben Shearoot left aside Near the trade deadline.
Goalkeeper Samuel Montemboldt will once again return to his team’s goal.
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