Flames’ Mark Giordano suffers lower-body injury vs. Sharks

Calgary Flames' Mark Giordano leaves the ice in some pain after attempting a one timer and falling awkwardly in the process against the San Jose Sharks.

Calgary Flames captain Mark Giordano suffered a lower-body injury attempting to take a one-timer during the second period of the team’s game vs. the San Jose Sharks on Tuesday.

The veteran defenceman lay on the ice in pain for several moments before gliding to the Flames’ bench.

The 36-year-old has 26 points in 53 games this season, his 14th in the NHL.

The Toronto native won last year’s Norris Trophy and is a three-time all-star.

Giordano has spent his entire career with the Flames, racking up 478 points over 886 games.

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