More Bad news plagues Connor Bedard following jaw surgery

Published January 10, 2024 at 11:54
Heartbreaking news hit the Chicago Blackhawks as their 18-year-old star rookie, Connor Bedard, underwent surgery on Monday to repair a fractured jaw, according to Daily Faceoff's Frank Seravalli.

The procedure will keep Bedard on the sidelines for an estimated six to eight weeks, dealing a significant blow to the team.

Adding to the disappointment, Bedard will miss the upcoming 2024 NHL All-Star Game in Toronto.

The talented rookie was set to make history as the youngest player ever to attend the prestigious event.

This setback not only affects the Blackhawks on the ice but also robs Bedard of a milestone opportunity in his promising career. With Connor Bedard officially out 6-8 weeks, he won't be going to the NHL All-Star game, the team will need a new representative

Blackhawks fans and hockey enthusiasts alike share in the disappointment as they wish Bedard a swift and successful recovery.
January 10   |   247 answers
More Bad news plagues Connor Bedard following jaw surgery

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