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|Caps Put Hillen On Long-Term IR |
|(10/8/13) Jack Hillen (leg) was placed on long-term injured reserve by the Capitals on Monday, the Washington Post's Katie Carrera reports.|
|Caps' Hillen Out 4-6 Months |
|(10/5/13) Jack Hillen underwent surgery on a fractured tibula Saturday and will miss four-to-six months, the Washington Post reports.|
|Caps' Hillen Undergoes Surgery On Leg |
|(10/4/13) Coach Adam Oates Jack Hillen (leg) will undergo surgery Friday and is expected to miss months, the Washington Post reports.|
|Caps' Hillen To Miss Action After Suffering Knee Injury |
|(10/4/13) While coach Adam Oates didn't provide an official update on Jack Hillen (knee) following Thursday's game, he suggested that the defenseman would "be out for a bit," CSN Washington reports.|
|Caps' Hillen Exits Thursday With Apparent Knee Injury |
|(10/3/13) Jack Hillen left Thursday's home opener with what looked to be a serious knee injury, the Washington Post reports.|
Caps' Hillen Undergoes Surgery On Knee
Coach Adam Oates Hillen (knee) will undergo surgery Friday and is expected to miss months, the Washington Post reports.
Caps' Hillen To Miss Action After Suffering Knee Injury
While coach Adam Oates didn't provide an official update on Hillen (knee) following Thursday's game, he suggested that the defenseman would "be out for a bit," CSN Washington reports.Oates' words were rather vague, but it seems that both he and the Capitals are awaiting medical reports on Hillen before making any proclamations on his status. Hillen headed to the hospital after he was assisted off the ice in the first period Thursday following a vicious hit from the Flames' Lance Bouma.
Ovechkin provides spark, Caps rally to shootout victory
Alex Ovechkin had two goals and an assist and added a score in the shootout and the Washington Capitals rallied from an early three-goal deficit to beat the Calgary Flames 5-4 on Thursday night.
Caps' Hillen Exits Thursday With Apparent Knee Injury
Hillen left Thursday's home opener with what looked to be a serious knee injury, the Washington Post reports.Hillen bumped knees with the Flames' Lance Bouma and remained on the ice for a couple of minutes before being helped off by the team trainer. The injury certainly looked to be severe in nature, but the Capitals should provide an update on his status in the coming days. Hillen was limited to just 23 games in 2012-13 after sustaining a shoulder injury in last season's opener.
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