Dallas November 10 (TASR) – Swedish hockey defender John Klingberg surrendered Friday to the quarter-finals of the NHL with San Jose Sharks (4: 3). According to athletic sports web sites, the Dallas Stars team will not be available for at least four weeks.
For Dallas, this is a notable loss. Klingberg is the most used team player, playing an average of 25 minutes per game. He regularly enters the first defender pair and directs Stars from the blue line. Twenty-year-old offensive asshole collected five goals and eight assists in the first 16 games of the season. Last year, with 67 points (8 + 59) in 82 baseball duels, he created a new seasonal maximum. Dallas's "stars" are missing for medical reasons and in defensive positions and Marc Methot, Stephen Johns and Connor Carrick. Jim Nill's general manager, in response to Klingberg's injury, was called from Joel Hanleia's farm team.
Source: Teraz.sk, news portal of TASR