Arizona Coyotes Clayton Keller has undergone surgery on a fractured leg. The forward broke his leg on Wednesday night in a 5-2 win over the San Jose Sharks. He will be out four to six months. The team said he is expected to be out for up to four to six weeks. This will be the first time Keller has had to undergo surgery. The injury is not life-threatening‚ but it will likely complicate any trade plans. According to the team's official website‚ Keller will need to undergo surgery to repair the fractured leg. The surgery will take place on the lower leg. The injury is expected to heal without any complications. The NHL expects that the player will be back in a few months. The X-rays will determine if he will need any rehabilitative therapy. A recovery time of about four to six weeks is expected. A second injury to the player is unlikely to be as serious as that. The Arizona Coyotes' leading scorer‚ Clayton Keller‚ will be out for about three weeks. He underwent surgery Wednesday night after crashing his leg into the boards behind the San Jose goal on Monday. The injury will require an X-ray. As a result‚ the team's lead in points will likely have to wait. The team is preparing for the season without Clayton Keller. Hopefully he will be back in the lineup within a few weeks. The Arizona Coyotes won't need him‚ but it's a good thing for the team. The injured player was out of action for four to six months‚ but he'll likely be back soon. This is the second time in two weeks that he has missed a game. During his first two seasons as a professional ice hockey player‚ Clayton Keller played every game. He led the team with 65 points in 2017-18 and 47 in 2018-19. He was an NHL All-Star in 2018. After undergoing surgery‚ he was unable to play for the rest of the season. The injury forced him to retire. The Coyotes will have to rebuild the team without him. The Arizona Coyotes have lost a player with a fractured leg. In the first place‚ the injury to the player's leg was not a serious one. He had already undergone surgery to correct the injury. He is expected to be out for four to six months. The injury did not require any major surgeries‚ and the recovery process is expected to be complete in four to six months. After the injury‚ the Arizona Coyotes confirmed that Clayton Keller will miss four to six months.
After the surgery‚ he will be sidelined for four to six months. During the third period‚ the Phoenix team sent Nicolas Meloche to the hospital. He tried to poke the puck away from Keller but he was forced to pull back. As a result‚ he fell in the end boards. Following the injury‚ the leading scorer of the Coyotes‚ Clayton Keller‚ has undergone surgery on his fractured leg. The top scoring winger will be out for about four to six months. The injured player will have to undergo a rehabilitation process for six months. The patient must undergo a few tests and then be cleared to play in the NHL. The Arizona Coyotes' doctors have to determine the best course of action. Earlier on Thursday‚ the Coyotes announced that Keller will not play the rest of the season due to the injury. The NHL is unable to provide an exact timeline for the player's return. After the procedure‚ the team will have to wait until the spring before they can make another decision. The Phoenix Coyotes have a lot of confidence in Clayton Keller and their future.
Want to thank my teammates, the fans, and medical personnel for the love and support last night! Unfortunately the season’s over for me, but I’m resting comfortably at the hospital in good spirits. I will be back better than ever for day 1 next season!!!! 🙏 — Clayton Keller (@ClaytonKeller37) March 31, 2022