No damage to Union goalie Grosenick's right leg; now listed as day-to-day
Union goalie Troy Grosenick's right-leg injury isn't as bad a first feared.
An MRI done Monday revealed no damage, according to Union hockey sports information director Jeff Weinstein. Grosenick is now listed as day-to-day instead of three to four weeks.
Grosenick was injured early in the second period of Friday's 6-2 victory over Harvard. A Crimson player fell on top of Grosenick's right leg. The goalie immediately signaled that he was hurt and left the game. Sophomore and Niskayuna native Colin Stevens replaced Grosenick for the rest of the game and started Saturday's 3-2 loss to Dartmouth.
The Dutchmen are off for final exams for the first trimester. Their next game is Nov. 24 when they host Penn State.