Carolina Hurricanes lose Jordan Staal and Frederik Andersen in injury to Avs

It was enough to make the loss on the scoreboard unacceptable. Carolina Hurricanes. However, after their 7-4 loss at the Colorado AvalancheOn Saturday night, their thoughts were focused on two possible devastating losses to their lineup.

Center Jordan StaalGoalie Frederik AndersenBoth were hurt and both players left the game. Rod Brind'Amour, the head coach, didn't provide any updates on either player but said that it “doesn't look good.” It was a tough night.

After being taken a great hit by Colorado's defenseman and taking his final shift, Staal left the bench at 54 seconds to go. Cale Makar. He had scored two goals on Saturday, making it six goals in his six previous games.

Andersen left the game with 4:31 to go. He favored his left leg following a routine save. He was assisted to the bench, and then went straight back to the back.

Both are important players for Carolina. Andersen is one of the league's top goaltenders with a record of 35-14-3 in 52 games and a.922 save rate. Staal is a key player on the team's defensive side, with 34 points in 74 matches.

Brind'Amour claimed that Andersen's and Staal's losses were part of a terrible night for the Hurricanes.

He stated, “I didn't like it.” “Then, we have a few guys get hurt. That's the real problem. It's not a great night for us. It's true.

The Hurricanes lost their third consecutive game, and their fifth in eight. They're tied with New York RangersFor first place in the Metropolitan Division. Both teams still have six games.

Hurricanes center: “It is never fun to watch your teammate fall,” Sebastian Aho. “We're facing some challenges right now. We'll find out right now. It hasn't gone our direction lately. Tonight, a couple of very important players are injured. These are the moments when a team must come together and come back stronger. [I'm]We are 100% certain that this is exactly what will happen.”

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