The 37-year-old Vokoun hasn't played since the blood clots were discovered last month. Vokoun said Wednesday he hadn't thought about retirement yet and wants to see how the treatment plays out before making any kind of decision.
This is the second time in Vokoun's career he's been sidelined by the condition. He missed extensive time while playing for Nashville in 2006 with a similar issue, but says the two injuries are not related. Vokoun will be able to train as usual but can't play because of the blood-thinning medication he must take during his recovery.
You get more opportunity, and at the end of the day those are the times you've got to step up and show what you're made of. Together as a team, that's how you win games. I think we stuck together. That's kind of our philosophy here. We have good leadership and good guys to lean on.
— Calgary Flames forward Sean Monahan after a win against the Nashville Predators on Friday