Capitals defenseman Brooks Orpik underwent surgery on his wrist today, according to a team release. The announcement didn’t specify which of Orpik’s wrists needed work or why, but the Caps called the procedure “successful” and said they “anticipate Brooks returning to full hockey activities in time for the Capitals regular season opener” on October 10.
ARLINGTON, VA. – Brooks Orpik underwent a successful surgery on his wrist this morning. Based on the nature of this procedure, we anticipate Brooks returning to full hockey activities in time for the Capitals regular season opener. Brooks will resume full workout activities in approximately two weeks.
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