The New Jersey Devils introduced on Thursday that Jack Hughes suffered a dislocation of his left shoulder earlier this week towards Seattle, however a subsequent MRI revealed no additional harm, ruling out the necessity for surgical procedure right now.
Hughes has been positioned on the injured reserve and there may be at the moment no timeline for his return. The staff stated it would re-evaluate him subsequent week with the goal of figuring out when he might be able to play once more.
The harm occurred close to the top of the primary interval of Tuesday’s sport towards the Kraken. As Hughes was battling for the puck in a nook of the Seattle zone, he was knocked to the ice by the Kraken’s Jeremy Lauzon. The 20-year-old was in speedy ache after the hit and however skated off the ice on his personal energy whereas cradling his left arm. He didn’t be part of his teammates for the beginning of the second interval.
Lauzon was not given a penalty on the play.
Hughes had one help in 7:42 of ice time earlier than the harm after scoring two objectives within the staff’s season-opening win over Chicago.