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By Byfuglien get out at least All Star after the weekend



WINNIPEG – Dustin Byfuglien Until the end of 2019's Honda NHL All-Star Weekend ends with a minimal bodily injury, Winnipeg Jets coach Paul Maurice announced on Sunday.

Byfuglien suffered a 3-1 loss to the Minnesota Wild's sack on Saturday, after fired by Wildward Luke Kunin.

"It out," Maurice said. "It will take some time, so we'll give you the next next version, probably after All-Star break, then there will be a window there. Surgery will not be the only one of the flesh."

Video: MIN @ WPG: Byfuglien has left the game

Winnipeg is 5-0-1 for the Byfuglien season. 33-year-old defenseman lost two games with upper body injury (14-16 years) and four games (November 29, November 4).

According to prediction, Byfuglien lost at least 10 games, apparently for the first time, against Flyer in Philadelphia.

Byfuglien leads Jetsa with an average ice of 24.30, and is ninth in NHL defense, 29 points (4 goals, 25 assists) in 32 games.

"It's a big mistake," defenseman Ben Chiarot say "It's obviously one of the most important players in the league and an important part of our team. It's time, the other players must step on."

Maurice said Joe Morrow It will be replaced by Byfuglain online, playing Edmonton Oilers on Monday (9 p.m. ET; SNW, TSN3, NHL.TV).

Morrow lost the last 15 games, eight injuries as part of the body and seven healthy voids.

"I've seen a lot of hockey lately, of course, helps to understand what's going on and what's going to be done with this team and how you fit it," Morrow said. "I have to simplify things, it will be easier for you in your first game, the better you are, the mentality of my mind, the great effort to bring a lot of skating and plays."

Jets are also expected to call the American Hockey League Manitoba defense.

Maurice said the role of Byfugli's challenge is that the other players can step on and show Winnipeg's depth.

"If you get what you want [Stanley Cup Playoffs]It's not necessary for 17-18 minutes to go back to hockey, "said Maurice." So we continue to train players. Coaches will always have the opportunity, they have the opportunity.

"This is a pretty idea, but players that allow this opportunity to do so will be able to survive. [Byfuglien], surely, in all aspects of your game. Size, physical, crime, time zone. … But we have other men who can do everything Dustin does. It may not be a combined package, but all they can do ".

Defenseman jets Jacob Trouba He cited Maurice's remarks.

"Each group speaks about different injuries," Troubak said. "We have had a lot of pieces in the past and we want to find a way of playing in the game, we have our identity and we have to go back and play."


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