Hossa injury undisclosed, but Penguins say not serious

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The Penguins still aren't offering details about the "upper-body" injury that forced right winger Marian Hossa from their 3-1 victory against the New York Islanders last night, but it apparently isn't serious.

Team officials say Hossa is expected to rejoin his teammates for practice tomorrow.

"Marian appears to be OK," general manager Ray Shero said this afternoon. "Knock on wood."

The Penguins, who did not practice today, have assigned forward Chris Minard to their farm team in Wilkes-Barre.



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