Anaheim Ducks forward Alex Killorn fractured his finger on Wednesday in a preseason game against the San Jose Sharks, the team announced Saturday. Here’s what you need to know:
- Killorn is expected to be out of the lineup for four to six weeks.
- After playing the first 11 years of his career with the Tampa Bay Lightning, Killorn signed a four-year deal with the Ducks this offseason.
- Last season, Killorn tallied 64 points (27 goals, 37 assists) through 82 games played with Tampa Bay.
The Lightning drafted Killorn with the 77th pick in the 2007 NHL Draft. He won two Stanley Cup titles in Tampa Bay.
Over his career, Killorn has 198 goals and 268 assists in 805 games played. He set career highs in points (64), goals (27) and assists (37) during the 2022-23 season at age 33. He turned 34 in mid-September.
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