Penguins' Aston-Reese out with broken jaw, concussion after hit from Wilson
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Zach Aston-Reese suffered a broken jaw that will require surgery, as well as a concussion from a hit delivered by Tom Wilson during Game 3, Pittsburgh Penguins head coach Mike Sullivan announced.

The check was delivered during the second period; Aston-Reese was bloodied and skated off to the locker room in obvious frustration, while Wilson was not penalized.

Sullivan and Capitals coach Barry Trotz had different takes on the hit:

George Parros, who declined to suspend Wilson after a high hit in Game 2, was in attendance Tuesday and will likely be speaking to the Washington forward prior to Game 4.

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Penguins' Aston-Reese out with broken jaw, concussion after hit from Wilson
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