Spartak hockey player Maltsev will be out for up to three weeks due to broken arm

Spartak hockey player Maltsev will be out for up to three weeks due to broken arm

The head coach “Spartak » Alexey Jamnov reported that the attacker Mikhail Maltsev suffered a broken arm and will be out for approximately two to three weeks.

On Friday, the “red-whites” lost to SKA on their ice with a score of 2:5 in the Fonbet KHL championship match; Maltsev was not included in the lineup for the match.

– What’s wrong with Maltsev? Trauma, lasting about two to three weeks [будет отсутствовать]. He has a broken arm, yes. Loktionov has an injury that looks like a broken arm. We can say that for sure on Saturday. Prince fell ill just before the match. When he returns, only nature will tell. Usmanov was called up from Khimik, but he was injured and was out for two or three weeks, reports a correspondent, reporting Zhamnov’s words.

In December, Maltsev was loaned to Spartak from the Los Angeles Kings, signing a one-year contract. This season in the KHL, the 25-year-old played nine matches and scored 6 (1+5) points.

Watch live broadcasts of the Fonbet KHL championship matches on the channel, as well as on the matchtv.ru and sportbox.ru sites.

Source : MatchTV

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