A day after he left a game on a stretcher, Arizona Coyotes forward Brad Richardson underwent surgery to fix fractured tibia and fibula bones in his right leg.
Richardson left Thursday’s game against the Vancouver Canucks after he was on the receiving end of an awkward hit from defenseman Nikita Tryamkin.
Here’s the update from the Coyotes:
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“After consultation with our athletic trainers, medical staff and doctors in Vancouver, it was determined that Brad would require surgery to repair his fractured tibia and fibula bones in his leg,” said Coyotes General Manager John Chayka. “Brad’s surgery went very well today and we are confident that he will make a