Ducks Executive Vice President/General Manager Bob Murray today gave injury updates to forwards Troy Terry and Derek Grant, and defenseman Jacob Larsson.
Terry suffered a broken bone below his knee cap during the second period of Anaheim's game against the Philadelphia Flyers yesterday. The 22-year-old right wing will miss approximately 10 weeks. Terry had played in all but one game this season, tallying eight points (3g/5a) in 33 appearances.
Grant suffered an AC (acromioclavicular) joint sprain in yesterday's game, and will miss approximately 4-6 weeks. The 29-year-old center ranked tied for third among league leaders in shorthanded goals (2), and had seven of his nine goals this season come within the past 14 games. He recorded his first career hat trick, including his first career SHG in a 4-1 victory, Nov. 16 at St. Louis, and was one of seven Ducks to appear in every game this season.
Larsson is day-to-day with an upper-body injury. The 22-year-old blueliner was recalled from the San Diego Gulls on Dec. 16, and had three points in 26 games this season. Larsson scored his first career NHL goal on Nov. 5 vs. Minnesota.