Tropp expected to miss at least five weeks

Corey Tropp is one of the American professional ice hockey player, in 2007 NHL Entry Draft he was drafted by the Buffalo Sabres in 3rd round. He is currently playing in the National Hockey League with the Buffalo Sabres.

Ron Rolston the coach of the Buffalo Sabres said that Corey Tropp would be missing at least five weeks after having surgery to repair the jaw. In the preseason game at Toronto he braked his jaw during a fight.

In 2011 he had scored his first NHL goal against Ondrej Pavelec of the Winnipeg Jets in his third game. He had to leave the game after the fight and he was left bloodied on the ice.

Ron Rolston the coach of the Buffalo Sabres was fined by the NHL, which deemed he was partially responsible for his player selection and team conduct. He is an amazing player who was honored for his outstanding college play and he was named to the CCHA Second All Star Team in his final year.

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