Juuse Saros, Nashville Predators goalie, is out of the game against Calgary Flames because of injury

Nashville Predators goalie Juuse SarosLeft Tuesday night's 5-4 lossTo the Calgary FlamesIn the third period, an apparent injury to the left foot occurred.

After receiving an interference penalty from Flames defenseman, Saros was transferred to the Predators bench Oliver KylingtonWith 6:32 left in regulation, play was stopped. Nashville's trainer observed Saros's ankle. The goalie then left the ice, without any weight being placed on his left foot. He limped to his locker room, his arms wrapped around the members of the staff.

Goalie David RittichSaros was replaced and Calgary gave up a tie-breaking goal Matthew TkachukThere was 1 second left in the period. If the Predators had defeated the Flames in regulation they would have secured a playoff spot.

Rittich gave up the game-winning goal Elias LindholmIn overtime.

This season, Saros has been one the NHL's best goalies. His record of 38-25-3 in 67 starts is the best for any goalie in league. Saros was fourth in the league with 31.6 goals saved, a.918 save rate and four shutouts as of Tuesday.

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