Canary: I don’t think he’ll be back anytime soon, canary says

Canary Bobby Orr has said he does not plan to return to the Calgary Flames this season, as he recovers from a broken left foot.

The former Flames centre was diagnosed with a concussion last week.

He has not played since April 28 and is expected to be sidelined for six to nine months.

Bobby Orr was diagnosed last week with a fractured left foot and will be sidelined six to 9 months.

(Twitter: @Carrick) He said he was trying to put things in perspective for now, but he could be back sooner than expected.

“I feel like it’s a very long recovery period and I have to take care of my body and my body will take care,” he said.

Carricky was one of five Calgary players injured in a game on Friday, when the Flames defeated the Edmonton Oilers 3-2.

He did not play again until the second period, when he was pulled for the second straight game, and he did not return.

Carricker was a member of the Calgary Inferno and had a goal and two assists in three games.

Last season, he played in the Western Conference finals, with four points.

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