Bulldogs Jarred Tinordi out indefinitely after brutal fight
Montreal Canadiens prospect knocked down during Bulldogs vs. Comets game
Hamilton Bulldogs' Jarred Tinordi suffers head and facial injuries
The Hamilton Bulldogs have not set a date for the return of defenceman Jarred Tinordi after he was injured during a brutal fight with the Utica Comets' Andrey Pedan Friday.
Tinordi suffered head and facial injuries during the second period of the American Hockey League game at FirstOntario Centre, according to the team.
"There's no timetable for his return," the team said in a release Saturday afternoon.
Sylvain Lefebvre, the Bulldogs' head coach, told media after Friday's game that Tinordi will need dental work.
Tinordi, 6'6'' and 225 pounds, was knocked down after Pedan, who stands 6'5'' and weighs 215 pounds, threw a hard right at his head.
Tinordi was the Montreal Canadiens' first-round pick in the 2010 NHL draft.
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