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Saturday, September 25, 2010

Goalie News From Minnesota

For those who missed the news, Josh Harding was injured in last night's exhibition game. Michael Russo is tweeting that Harding tore his right ACL and right MCL and that he is likely out for the season. Russo is also tweeting that, as of now, the Wild's number two goalie for the season will be Anton Khudobin until/unless he proves he can't handle the position.

For the Aeros, that means that Josh Tordjman and Matt Hackett will be number one and two in Houston to start the season, and I would expect Jim Mill to get another AHL-experienced goalie under contract and stashed in the ECHL.

5 comments:

Forecheck said...

I thought we were supposed to wait for the season to start before things fell apart...

artandhockey said...

Good for Anton.hope he CAN do it! What a bout Kuemper still too young or what? And will they call on Endras?

Forecheck said...

"Jim Mill to get another AHL-experienced goalie under contract and stashed in the ECHL."

Wait... can Tony Hrkac play net?

Ms. Conduct said...

Kuemper has been sent back to his junior team in Red Deer.

cassandrasimplx said...

"Wait... can Tony Hrkac play net?"

Oh, if only...