The Sabres are finding themselves deeper in injury trouble than when they left for the All-Star Break. Injuries are not healing as quickly as the team had hoped or in one case, they are getting worse.
Tim Connolly (Chris) will play again this season, but unfortunately, he'll have to play through some pain. Doctors have found a bone spur in Connolly's hip, which will likely be removed after the season, unless the pain is way to great to play.
Connolly was a big part of Chris' early season success in the Draft having scored 29 points in 34 games this season. Connolly has missed 14 games so far this season and has currently missed the last 7 games with a groin injury before the discovery of the bone spur. The team will continue to list him as out day-to-day as they test him until the pain subsides to a playable amount.
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