Jaden Schwartz, Kraken Forward, Exits Tuesday Game Due to Lower-Body Injury

Seattle Kraken’s Jaden Schwartz was forced to leave a game against the Chicago Blackhawks due to a lower-body injury, contributing to the Kraken’s 4-3 loss, which brought their 2023-24 season record to 8-10-5.

‣ Seattle Kraken forward Jaden Schwartz sustained a lower-body injury during Tuesday’s game against the Chicago Blackhawks, causing him to leave the game.
‣ Schwartz was injured after blocking a shot with his foot, logging only 9:33 of ice time during the game.
‣ The Kraken lost the game with a score of 4-3, bringing their season record to 8-10-5.

Jaden Schwartz, a forward for the Seattle Kraken, got injured in Tuesday’s game. The injury happened against the Chicago Blackhawks, the club confirmed that same night. Schwartz, who’s 31, was on the ice for a mere 46 seconds into the third period. The game was at the United Center in Chicago.

He had to leave the ice 34 seconds later. Why? He blocked a shot with his foot. Ouch. In total, Schwartz was on the ice for just 9:33 against the Blackhawks. He managed to take one shot on goal. By the end of the game, he had a minus-one rating.

The Kraken didn’t fare well either. They lost the game with a 4-3 score. This puts them at 8-10-5 as they start the 2023-24 season. Not the best start, huh?

Alex Thompson
Alex Thompson
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