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Nashville Predators say top forward Ryan Johansen out for rest of NHL playoffs with thigh injury

FOX Sports Friday, 19 May 2017 ()
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Nashville Predators say top forward Ryan Johansen out for rest of NHL playoffs with thigh injury.
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News video: Predators center Ryan Johansen out for remainder of playoffs

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Ryan Johansen, Nashville's leading scorer during the regular season, will miss the remainder of the playoffs after undergoing thigh surgery on Friday.

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