Devils shut down Wood, Siegenthaler for rest of season

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New Jersey Devils forward Miles Wood and defenseman Jonas Siegenthaler have been shut down for the remainder of the season, head coach Lindy Ruff announced Saturday.

Wood played just three games in 2021-22 after a preseason hip injury derailed his campaign. He underwent surgery in November and made his season debut on March 27. He played his last matchup on April 5.

The 26-year-old has 65 goals and 56 assists in 326 career NHL games, all with New Jersey.

Siegenthaler, meanwhile, is out after suffering a broken hand during Thursday's contest against the Montreal Canadiens.

The 24-year-old enjoyed a strong season with the Devils, logging one goal and 13 assists in 70 games while averaging 20:34 of ice time per contest.

New Jersey has 11 games remaining after failing to make the playoffs for the fourth straight season.

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Devils shut down Wood, Siegenthaler for rest of season
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