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Sharks' Jeremy Roenick out three weeks with shoulder injury

SAN JOSE, Calif. - San Jose Sharks centre Jeremy Roenick probably will be out for three weeks because of a shoulder problem that landed him on the injured list Sunday.

Roenick was hurt in the first period of the NHL-leading Sharks' 2-0 victory over Anaheim on Thursday night, crashing against the boards on a hit by defenceman Brett Festerling. Roenick returned to the game, but later tests revealed torn cartilage in his shoulder, according to the forward.

San Jose coach Todd McLellan said Saturday that Roenick, who's in his 20th NHL season, will likely be out until January.

Roenick has three goals and five assists during limited ice time in 28 games for the Sharks. He has thrived on San Jose's fourth line during his two seasons with the club, mentoring his young teammates and providing veteran leadership.

With Roenick sidelined, the Sharks recalled forward Lukas Kaspar from their AHL affiliate in Worcester before Saturday night's 5-4 win over the St. Louis Blues.

After Roenick went on the injured list, the Sharks recalled forward Jamie McGinn from Worcester. McGinn spent five games on the Sharks' roster earlier this season after making his NHL debut in late October.

San Jose (24-3-2), which tied the NHL record by recording 50 points in its first 29 games, will begin a three-game road trip Monday night in Los Angeles.

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