WASHINGTON (AP) -Right wing Mike Knuble is out for the rest of the Philadelphia Flyers' series against the Washington Capitals after tearing his left hamstring in Saturday's Game 5 loss.
Knuble, who scored the winner in double overtime of Game 4, appeared to catch his skate in a rut while attempting to block a shot late in the second period.
He tried to stretch the muscle while on the bench but was unable to return. After the game, the team said he wouldn't return in this series
He had 29 goals and 26 assists during the regular season, and two goals and three assists against the Capitals.
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