Ottawa Senators Goalkeeper Craig Anderson CEO Pierre Dorion announced on Thursday that he has problems with concussion, and he will miss the parallel games.
Anderson was pulled out from the beginning of last Friday against the devils of New Jersey shortly after colliding with the forward Miles Wood and was forced to miss the Saturday loss against the capitals of Washington because of an injury to his upper body.
This season, Anderson has 14-13-3 for senators with a 0.95 save and 3.58 GAA.
The team recalled the goalkeeper Marcus hoagberg from the senators of Belleville AHL on Thursday. This season, the 24-year-old Hogberg in the AHL with a score of 3: 3 with a saving rate of 0.99 and 2.32 goals against the average.
Mike mckenna kicked off instead of Anderson on Saturday, allowing four goals for a 33 shot at 4: 0 loss. This season he is with a score of 1-3-1 senators, retaining 0.902 percent and 3.79 goals against the average.
Head coach Guy Boucher said both McKenna and Hogberg can start this weekend, although the order is not yet defined.
Senators visit New Yorkers on Friday and then return home to receive the capital of Washington on Saturday.
Dorion also announced on Thursday that the quarterback Justin falk will miss the next two team competitions after sustaining a concussion. The 30-year-old has no points in 10 games with senators this season.