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Updated 11/15/18 10:07 AM
Injury: Lower Body (Knee)
Injured on: 11/6/18
11/14 – Gallant declared Haula as “month-to-month.”
11/13 – Haula was placed on IR. TSN’s Bob McKenzie tweeted out some further details surrounding the injury.
By the sounds of it, Erik Haula’s injury is complicated/complex and VGK won’t know full extent of his absence until second and third medical opinions, which he is in process of getting. More likely to be month-to-month than week-to-week but nothing known for sure at this moment.
— Bob McKenzie (@TSNBobMcKenzie) November 13, 2018
11/12 – Assistant Coach Mike Kelly said there is no update on Haula and that more information is expected Wednesday.
11/8 – Haula was shown with crutches on the postgame show following the Golden Knights win in Ottawa.
11/7 – Gallant said Haula will stay with the team for the rest of the road trip, but has been ruled out for each of the three games.
11/6 – Haula was hit along the boards and his skate stuck awkwardly into the ice or the boards causing his knee to buckle underneath him as he fell to the ice. A stretcher was needed to remove him from the ice and he did not return to the game. Following the game, Gallant expressed concern mentioning that it did not look good, but did not have any true injury update.
Injury: Lower Body
Injured on: 10/8/18
11/6 – George McPhee appeared on Sportsnet’s Hockey Central at Noon and said Stansty is “probably still a couple of months away.”
10/15 – “Going to be longer than we thought, probably up to two months. Possibly.” -Gallant
10/10 – On Wednesday morning, Gallant ruled Stastny out for not only the game that night, but also for the remainder of the road trip. He described it only as a lower body injury but added that it’s “going to be out a little longer than we thought.”
10/9 Stastny was injured during the game in Buffalo. He did not skate with the team on the off-day in D.C. and was described as “questionable” to play in the game on 10/10.
Stastny kind of got rolled up on going after a rebound on his final shift of the game. He continued through the shift but lifted his left leg in pain after the play ended. Here's the play… pic.twitter.com/j71ulM31PS
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