Capitals’ Nick Jensen Leaves Game vs. Bruins With Upper-Body Injury

The Washington Capitals announced that defenseman Nick Jensen will not return for Thursday’s game against the Boston Bruins at TD Garden due to an upper-body injury.

It is unclear how or when the injury happened.

Jensen had 11:35 of ice time after two periods.

The Capitals are already without defensemen John Carlson (COVID-19 protocol) and Dmitry Orlov (suspension).

More to come.

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3 Responses to Capitals’ Nick Jensen Leaves Game vs. Bruins With Upper-Body Injury

  1. Leslie+Galen says:

    Well no one would know that because we have to concentrate on MARCHAND tonite! Is there anyone here who doesnt know every detail about his injury??
    We’re already missing 2 of our best D…whats one more, GRRRR:( 😢

  2. Anonymous says:

    “When it rains it pours”

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