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BREAKING: Avalanche Head Coach Confirms Worst Possible News Regarding Their Star Player

Published December 7, 2022 at 2:15
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Nathan MacKinnon, the star player for the Colorado Avalanche, suffered an injury during Monday night's game against the Philadelphia Flyers. 

The superstar left the game in what looked to be pain regarding his hip, which can be seen below.

The following footage appears to be the play that injured MacKinnon:




The above-mentioned play, where MacKinnon suffered his injury, seemed to be a simple push, but unfortunately  for Nathan MacKinnon it has now appeared a lot more then simple.

The head coach of the Colorado Avalanche has officially said that MacKinnon has an upper-body injury and will be sidelined for at least four weeks time, fans were expecting MacKinnon to have left the game for precautionary reasons, but sadly that was not the case this time.


The Avalanche are battling with several injuries, so this is incredibly awful for them:

Darren Helm, Evan Rodrigues, Valeri Nichushkin, Gabriel Landeskog, Artturi Lehkonen, defenseman Kurtis MacDermid, Bowen Byram, and Josh Manson are all hurt.

Despite winning the Stanley Cup last year the Avalanche are off to an underwhelming start, being ranked eighth in their division with thirteen wins out of twenty-three games played thus far. 
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