Golden Knights' Stone doesn't require surgery

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The details surrounding Vegas Golden Knights captain Mark Stone's injury are still foggy, but head coach Peter DeBoer was able to provide one piece of good news.

Stone saw another doctor, who determined the issue is "non-surgical," DeBoer said, according to The Athletic's Jesse Granger.

The bench boss added that Stone's timetable is somewhere from day-to-day to week-to-week.

Stone was clearly in discomfort after firing off a shot in the second period on Thursday against the Los Angeles Kings. He had to be helped off the ice with what appeared to be a lower-body injury.

The Golden Knights are dealing with a slew of injuries to their top line, as Max Pacioretty is week-to-week with a fractured foot.

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Golden Knights' Stone doesn't require surgery
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