Canucks defenseman hurts knee vs. U.S.
MONTREAL -- Canadian defenseman Ed Jovanovski will miss the rest of the World Cup of Hockey with a cracked rib and sprained right knee.
Jovanovski was injured in Canada's 2-1 win over the United States on Tuesday. An MRI exam revealed the sprained knee on Wednesday.
The Vancouver Canucks defenseman was injured in the first period when he tumbled into the U.S. net and American defenseman Eric Weinrich fell on top of him.
"It's devastating," Jovanovski said, declining further comment.
"I'm not a guy who gets nervous, but I'm excited and pumped up to play," Hannan said.
Copyright 2004 by The Associated Press
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