The Florida Panthers' injuries continue to mount.
Panthers coach Joel Quenneville told reporters post-game that forward Anthony Duclair, who suffered an upper-body injury after a hard spill into the boards during the team's 4-1 win over the Detroit Red Wings on Tuesday, will likely be sidelined a week to 10 days.
Duclair was hurt with just seconds left on the clock in the second period as he faked a shot on Red Wings goalie Thomas Greiss, who clipped him on a pokecheck as the Panthers winger drove the net, sending the native of Pointe-Claire, Que., flying into the boards.
The 25-year-old stayed down on the ice, writhing in pain and clutching his left shoulder.
Duclair's injury is the latest in a string of absences plaguing the Panthers' lineup. Most notably, the 23-9-4 Panthers lost star defenceman Aaron Ekblad to a devastating leg injury that will sideline him 12 weeks after surgery Monday, while Aleksander Barkov continues to nurse a lower-body injury.
Duclair has 15 points in 28 games after joining Florida on a one-year deal in the off-season.