Pittsburgh Penguins goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury will miss at least one week with a concussion, general manager Jim Rutherford told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on Tuesday.
"I haven't talked to the doctor yet. I don't have any further information other than he was examined, and it was determined he was concussed," Rutherford said. "At a minimum 1-2 weeks. You can't put a timeline on these things though."
Fleury told the Penguins he wasn't feeling right Monday after he made 30 saves in a 4-1 loss to the Washington Capitals. Coach Mike Sullivan told the Post-Gazette that Fleury didn't say when anything that might have led to the concussion took place.
"I don't think it was in the game last night, but he didn't indicate when," Sullivan said. "Certainly when he brought it to our attention, we addressed it."
The Penguins recalled goalie Matt Murray, and forwards Conor Sheary and Kevin Porter, from Wilkes-Barre/Scranton of the American Hockey League.
Forward Beau Bennett was injured against the Capitals and is out 4-6 weeks with an upper-body injury, Sullivan said. Bennett left the game late in the first period after being hit into the boards by Capitals forward T.J. Oshie. It's the latest setback for the 20th pick in the 2010 NHL Draft, who has battled knee and wrist injuries and has never played more than 49 NHL games in a season. He already has an NHL career-high five goals in 24 games this season.
Bennett and defenseman Kris Letang (upper body) were placed on injured reserve.