Penguins winger Beau Bennett will miss the next eight to 10 weeks after having surgery in Pittsburgh on Monday.

Bennett, who was injured Friday against the Islanders, has a “broken wrist/hand,” said coach Dan Bylsma.

There is no update on left wing Tanner Glass, who was injured Saturday in Montreal after blocking consecutive shots from defenseman P.K. Subban. Glass was seen rubbing his hand on the bench after blocking the shots and did not play against Boston on Monday.
The Penguins recalled Zach Sill and Andrew Ebbett from Wilkes-Barre/Scranton.

If Glass misses extended time, he might be severely missed. Glass ranks second in the NHL with 99 hits, which is 28 more than any Penguins player (Brooks Orpik has 71). Bennett, meanwhile, had been playing his best hockey of the season in recent weeks and had been promoted to center Sidney Crosby's line.

He scored his first goal of the season in Washington in the game before sustaining the injury against the Islanders.