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Penguins’ Kennedy to miss 4-6 weeks with sprained knee

From the Penguins:


      “The Pittsburgh Penguins forward Tyler Kennedy will miss four to six weeks with a sprained knee, it was announced today by Executive Vice President and General Manager Ray Shero.  Kennedy suffered the injury on December 3 against the New York Rangers and has been placed on injured reserve.”

Tough blow to an already banged-up Penguins roster.  Chris Minard looked good in Kennedy’s place against Carolina, looks like he’ll get an extended look.  The jury remains out on Janne Pesonen, he’s only getting token minutes from HCMT.

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