Wild defenseman Jonas Brodin will miss three to four weeks after having surgery to repair a broken left hand, the team announced a few hours after Wednesday’s practice. Brodin was injured midway through the second period of Tuesday’s victory at St. Louis, slamming awkwardly into the boards. He appeared to favor his left hand before retreating to the bench. Without Brodin, the Wild will turn to Gustav Olofsson and Mike Reilly, an enormous opportunity for defensemen that have spent the season rotating in and out of the lineup.
Brodin to miss 3-4 weeks after undergoing hand surgery
Twin Cities | Feb 7