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BREAKING: Penguins Goalie Matt Murray Diagnosed with Concussion

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CRANBERRY TOWNSHIP, Pa — The Pittsburgh Penguins announced starting goaltender Matt Murray is out with a concussion. The goaltender possibly suffered the concussion Saturday in the 5-1 loss to Montreal or in practice, yesterday. It is Murray’s second concussion since February and at least the third of his two and a half year career.

If Murray misses the start against Vegas, Thursday night it will be the eighth injury of his short career. In addition to a concussion last February and a prior concussion in April 2016, Murray has also missed time with a broken hand and various lower body injuries.

Penguins coach Mike Sullivan will address the matter after practice, which was pushed back to 11:30 a.m., today.

Last March, PHN looked at Murray’s injury history in comparison with other starting goaltenders.

For complete coverage of the situation, see Pittsburgh Hockey Now’s updated coverage from Penguins practice, including comments from Mike Sullivan and Casey DeSmith. 

 

 

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