The Jets scored five goals for Carey Price, two of them from Kyle Connor, in a 6-3 win over the Canadiens

Montreal Canadiens striker Josh Anderson left Thursday’s game against the Winnipeg Jets and will not return, the team said

Further details about the manner of his departure were not immediately provided by the team

After the game, interim coach Dominique Ducharme said Anderson would need further testing but the initial expectation was that the injury would be “not too severe” “

On Anderson’s last shift late in the first period, he collided with Jets defenseman Dylan DeMelo Anderson ended the shift, but went to the locker room afterward and never returned to the bench before he was eventually disfellowshipped

The winger has scored nine goals and added three assists in 18 games in Montreal this season This was his first Canadiens membership after being overtaken by the Columbus Blue Jackets in the off-season

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