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Panthers' Montoya leaves game against Wild

Goalie was hit in head by Minnesota defenseman Marco Scandella @NHLdotcom

Florida Panthers goalie Al Montoya left the game Sunday against the Minnesota Wild with an upper-body injury and will not return.

Montoya was elbowed in the head by Wild defenseman Marco Scandella 7:25 into the first period. He remained on the ice with the trainer before leaving the game.

Montoya, who made three saves on four shots, was replaced by Roberto Luongo.

Scandella was given a penalty for goalie interference.

Video: FLA@MIN: Montoya takes hit to face, leaves game

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