Medical Report

As Jérôme Reynard (24 heures) reports, Jonas Junland had to leave today's practice in an ambulance after sustaining a shoulder injury.

Junland leads all defensemen in points with 25 in 27 games.
Robert Hradil / RvS.Media

The Swedish defenseman fell on his shoulder following a duel with a teammate. After laying on the ice for five minutes, he was evacuated with a stretcher and taken to a clinic in Lausanne. According to Jérôme Reynard, the 31-year-old suffers from a triple fracture of the collarbone. The Lausanne HC top scorer will undergo an operation already this evening to repair the bone. The recovery time is estimated to be around two months.

Last Update: 19 December 2018, 06:02 PM | lle*
Something wrong? Then please let us know by sending us an e-mail. Thank you!

What's hot on SHN?

NATIONAL LEAGUE

New conditions of entry also impact hockey clubs

03 July 2020 - 7:47

Latest blogs & podcasts

NHLvsNLA PODCAST

Episode 92: Goldigi Ziite

27 June 2020

© swisshockeynews.ch 2013-2020