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10-11-2003, 06:35 AM
La Daily News Version
But the better news was that Gleason, who made his NHL debut the night before, was struck above the left knee and did not suffer structural damage.
He will not play Sunday against the Blackhawks in Chicago, but he won't join the already long list of injured Kings who have missed the start of the season
La Times Version
Gleason was helped off the ice, but the diagnosis of a bruised left knee was fortunate for Gleason and the Kings, who are already without their top two defensemen.
"I'm pretty stubborn but hopefully I'll be back Sunday against Chicago," Gleason said. "I didn't know he'd catch me like that. It shocked me for a minute and it was like a charley horse after that."