Montreal Canadiens wing Brandon Prust will be sidelined for about 10 days because of a mild shoulder separation suffered in Saturday's game, Montreal coach Michel Therrien told reporters.
The injury will end Prust's streak of 223 consecutive games played, which was the longest among current Canadiens players.
Prust, 28, is in his first season with Montreal and has four goals and five assists this season. He also has an NHL-leading 81 penalty minutes in 25 games. Ryan White is expected to take Prust's spot in the lineup.