VANCOUVER, B.C. (KMOX) – The St. Louis Blues already-depleted scoring punch took another hit in Saturday night’s 2-1 loss at Edmonton.
Forward Andy McDonald lost his footing late in the game and crashed headfirst into an opponent’s leg.
Blues general manager Doug Armstrong is hoping McDonald’s injury doesn’t keep him sidelined for too long, “He got up on his own power and went off the ice. He was walking on and off the plane last night. I asked him how he was doing and he said okay. So, I’m not sure if he’ll play tonight (Sunday), but I don’t think it’s anything serious. At least that’s our hope.”
Armstrong was a guest on KMOX’s Sports on a Sunday Morning with Ron Jacober.
The Blues play at Vancouver tonight .
St. Louis is on a five-game winless streak and has been playing without forwards T.J. Oshie (broken ankle) and David Perron (head injury) for weeks.
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