The Montreal Canadiens announced today that forward Nathan Beaulieu will be out indefinitely due to a concussion.
Beaulier was injured on Saturday night when Boston defender Justin Faulk collided with him while in the defensive zone.
The two collided in front of the Canadiens bench, and Beaulie went down with a concussion and a concussion-like symptoms.
Beauhelieu will have a CT scan later today, and the Canadiens are not sure yet whether or not he will be available for the game on Monday.
The team announced that defenseman Jussi Jokinen will start in goal, while the team is also expected to have another forward in net for the first time in almost a month.
The Canadiens are expected to play a game on Saturday against the New York Rangers.