Florida goalkeeper Sergei Bobrovsky may miss a few days due to injury, the NHL website reports, citing the team’s acting head coach Andrew Brunett.

According to Brunett, Bobrovsky has a slight sprain, the details of the damage will be clarified as a result of a medical examination.

On November 5, in a match with Washington (5: 4 OT), the Russian goalkeeper suffered an upper body injury and was forced to leave the ice. The 33-year-old goalkeeper saved all 13 shots at his goal and was substituted after the first period.

Sergei Bobrovsky has played 7 matches this season, reflecting 94.8 percent of shots per game.

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