Calgary Flames defenseman Mark Giordano is likely to skip 6 to 8 weeks this season, where he suffered broken ankle on Tuesday night game at the Los Angeles Kings.
30-year-old Mark Giordano, who had took a shot off the right ankle in the second period of the game at the Los Angeles Kings on 21st October. Giordano said he will work hard to retain full fitness and hopes to come back into the team soon as possible. Giordano and Stempniak are tied for third place in the points on the team with nine each behind Monahan with 10 points and Jiri Hudler with 13.
Calgary Flames Coach Bob Hartley is not hurry to summon reinforcements from American Hockey League, where the team is having only six healthy defensemen announced on Tuesday. Calgary Flames is going to clash agianst the Toronto Maple Leafs on Wednesday night game and later the Detroit Red Wings on Friday night before departing on a four-game road trip.
Giordano insists that he had an initial scan of his ankle after the Los Angeles Kings to reveal a fracture. He was not ready to play against Coyotes, as he faced pain and forced him off the ice. He added team has been showing best performance and guys are going great job. He would like to be around the guys as much as possible.