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Coyotes' Clayton Keller: Could begin skating in three weeks

Keller (leg) says he could start skating in three weeks, Arizona Coyotes Insider Craig Morgan reports. Keller suffered a broken leg March 30. He underwent surgery to address the injury, and it appears he's ready to take the first steps in his recovery. Initially given a 4-6 month timeline to return, his availability for the start of the 2022-23 campaign likely won't be determined until later in the summer. He had 28 goals and 35 assists in 67 contests prior to the injury, which was the first major adversity he's faced at the NHL level -- he hadn't missed a game since the start of the 2017-18 season.
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Coyotes star Clayton Keller taken off ice on stretcher

GLENDALE, Ariz. --  Arizona Coyotes leading scorer Clayton Keller was taken off the ice on a stretcher with an apparent leg injury Wednesday night. Keller was hurt with 5:15 remaining in Arizona's 5-2 win against San Jose. He was skating toward the Sharks' net when he got knocked off stride and crashed into the boards behind the goal. He remained prone on the ice for about five minutes before being wheeled off.
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Coyotes' Clayton Keller out rest of season after crashing hard into boards

It was some scary moments in Arizona Wednesday night, as Coyotes forward Clayton Keller was stretchered off the ice after crashing hard into the boards. His leg, which was awkwardly pinned behind his body on the fall, was obviously injured, but it wasn’t clear exactly what the extent of the injury was. The Coyotes issued a press release indicating that Keller had been moved to a local hospital, and Thursday morning he revealed that his season is over.
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