The veteran right-winger said on Monday that he hurt the knee
during the summer, but it was feeling better until he collided with
a Chicago Blackhawk early in the third period of Toronto's 6-4 home
He said an MRI exam on Sunday revealed "slight damage to some
ligaments." He doesn't expect he'll need surgery.
"We don't know how extensive it is or how long is will take
time-wise," he said after receiving treatment from team training
staff Monday. "As of now, it's indefinite. Hopefully, I'll get a
brace made and we'll see how it progresses from there."
Surgery is not expected, he said.
Tucker had one goal and four assists in the team's nine games.