Detroit Red Wings defensive prospect Jared McIsaac underwent successful surgery to repair his shoulder capsule on Thursday, the team announced.
Detroit Red Wings prospect Jared McIsaac will miss 5-6 months following shoulder surgery.
McIsaac played through the injury the entire second half of the season and for the Memorial Cup with the Halifax Mooseheads… which must make the Red Wings happy. pic.twitter.com/2z10rQF4r2
— Complete Hockey News (@CompleteHkyNews) June 6, 2019
His recovery time is slated for 5-6 months, so he will be unavailable until at least Thanksgiving, meaning he’ll be missing the team development camp in late June and training camp in September.
McIsaac was Detroit’s fourth selection in the 2018 NHL Draft. While with the Halifax Mooseheads, McIssac put up 62 points during the regular season, good for second overall in the Quebec junior league in defensive scoring. He then put up 16 points in 22 playoff games.
He currently ranked second in Mooseheads franchise history in defenseman scoring with 141 career points.