Rangers' Drury, Gaborik sidelined

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New York - New York Rangers captain Chris Drury will be out about six weeks after he suffered a broken left finger for the second time in as many months.

The Blueshirts will also be without right wing Marian Gaborik for 2-to-3 weeks due to a separated left shoulder.

Both players suffered injuries during a 4-3 overtime loss to Toronto Friday night in the Rangers' home opener.

Toronto's Colby Armstrong drilled Gaborik from behind early in the second period and was given a boarding penalty.

Drury was making his season debut Friday after suffering a broken left index finger during training camp. He broke the same finger on a collision with teammate Michal Rozsival Friday night.

Rangers coach John Tortorella said left wing Vinny Prospal will have right knee surgery Tuesday and will be out indefinitely.


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