Add Blake Comeau to the long list of injuries in Pittsburgh.
Penguins’ coach Mike Johnston confirmed the forward will be out several weeks with an upper body injury.
According to the Pittsburgh-Post Gazette, Comeau’s injury is believed to be a wrist injury.
The Penguins are already without the services of Brandon Sutter, Steve Downie and goaltender Thomas Greiss who have mumps-like symptoms.
Additionally, Pascal Dupuis (blood clot), Olli Maatta (shoulder) and Christian Ehrhoff (lower body) – just to name a few – are already on injured reserve.
Comeau has 11 goals and 19 points in 32 games this season.