Nathan MacKinnon Has Facial Fracture, Concussion, May Miss All-Star Game

MacKinnon was bloodied from the hit Tuesday night


Nathan MacKinnon is in danger of missing the NHL All-Star Game.

The Colorado Avalanche center suffered a facial fracture and concussion, head coach Jared Bednar told reporters Friday, per Avs play-by-play announcer Conor McGahey.

MacKinnon left in the first period of Colorado’s eventual overtime win over the Boston Bruins on Tuesday when his stick hit him in the face on a Taylor Hall hit.

The Avalanche will be without MacKinnon for at least the next three games, and it’s unclear if he will be able to play in the NHL All-Star Game slated for Feb. 5.

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