EDMONTON – Superstar Center Connor McDavid he will immediately begin to rehabilitate his leg.
Edmonton Oilers later announced on Friday that their medical staff, in collaboration with top orthopedic experts, found that McDavid can begin rehabilitating a damaged leg, although they did not confirm the exact damage or how much time will be needed for a full recovery. .
McDavid left the Edmonton victory 3-1 over Calgary on April 6 with a left-foot injury after a flame in the Flames in a second period.
Bob Nicholson, director of Oilers, confirmed that McDavid had an MRI after the incident and said that the team still assesses him but is not as serious as we thought.
McDavid's damage marked the disappointing season for Oilers for Todd McLellan's coach on November 20 and Peter Chiarell's general manager on January 23.
Oilers (35-38-9) over the last 13 years missed the playoffs 12 times, despite the fact that McDavid had a career with 41 goals and 75 assistants.