Ducks' Silfverberg diagnosed with broken finger, won't be out long term
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The Anaheim Ducks have lost one of their most dynamic forwards to injury for the time being.

Jakob Silfverberg has a non-displaced broken finger that he suffered against the St. Louis Blues in a 3-2 Ducks win on Sunday, Anaheim general manager Bob Murray announced Wednesday.

The 28-year-old Silfverberg is currently skating but not puck-handling.

He didn't play Wednesday night against the New York Islanders, but Murray said the forward won't be out long term and will try to play through the injury, according to The Athletic's Eric Stephens.

Silfverberg entered Wednesday's contest leading the Ducks in goals (three) and points (seven) through six games.

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Ducks' Silfverberg diagnosed with broken finger, won't be out long term
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