Terry (lower body) will be sidelined for 8-to-12 weeks due to a non-displaced fractur of his leg. Unfortunately, a surprisingly strong campaign for the 21-year-old winger will end in a brutal way. Terry finishes 2018-19 with 13 points -- four goals and nine assists -- over 32 games after he compiled a point-per-game pace in 41 tilts with AHL San Diego. He could be a sleeper in fantasy drafts next season, assuming the leg issue heals up and he's ready to roll.
Updating a previous report, Terry (lower body) isn't suiting up Saturday in Edmonton, Derek Van Diest of the Edmonton Sun reports. The conflicting reports are the result of a snafu on the Ducks' part, as they accidentally listed Terry as active and scratched a healthy Jake Dotchin, leaving themselves a player short for the contest.
Terry isn't listed among Anaheim's scratches, indicating that he'll suit up against the Oilers on Saturday. Terry recovered quickly after blocking a shot Friday against Calgary and should get a chance to build on his season totals of four goals and nine assists through 32 appearances.
Terry was injured in Friday night's 6-1 loss to the Flames, with Will Nault of Sportsnet960 writing that the rookie left the road rink in a boot and crutches as the result of a blocked shot on Mark Giordano. The Ducks will now travel to Edmonton for Saturday night's game against the Ducks. It seems highly unlikely that Terry will be good to go for that contest, so we're expecting a call-up to be made from AHL San Diego, especially if Nick Ritchie (upper body) doesn't round into playing shape for the second game of the back-to-back set.
Terry had an assist and went plus-3 in Tuesday's 5-4 win over the Canucks. He now has three assists in his last three outings. Terry has recorded four goals and nine helpers in 31 appearances this season, with six of the 13 points coming on the power play. He doesn't shoot often (just 25 shots on goal this year) and provides virtually no physical presence.
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