Medical Report

The Canadian forward left Wednesday's CHL game after a puck hit his right hand. Exams revealed that he did not break anything.

Matt D'Agostini took a puck to the hand.
Robert Hradil / RvS.Media

As HC Ambrì-Piotta's team manager Paolo Duca told RSI after the game, Matt D'Agostini suffered a cut that required some stitches. As a precaution, he left yesterday's game after about 25 minutes. Today, he underwent medical exams, which revealed that the Canadian did not break anything. However, it is not yet clear if he is ready to suit up for tomorrow Friday's game against the SCL Tigers. That decision will be made during the morning skate.

This season, the 32-year-old has appeared in eleven games for the Biancoblù, in which he put up a total of eight points (four goals).

( 17 October 2019 | tme )

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