Jeff Carter might not be available for Team Canada at the World Cup of Hockey.
The Kings forward reportedly suffered a lower-body injury during his off-season training.
Whether or not he’ll be able to play in the World Cup still hasn’t been determined.
Carter was a key part of Team Canada’s squad that won gold at the 2014 Olympics. The 31-year-old had three goals and two assists in six tournament games.
Here’s everything we know about Carter’s injury situation:
Carter’s been relatively healthy over the last two years, as he’s missed just five games during that time. All five came last season when he was out because of an upper-body injury.
He scored 24 goals and 62 points in 77 games with Los Angeles in 2015-16.