ST. LOUIS, Jan. 8 (UPI) -- Barret Jackman of St. Louis, who won the Calder Trophy last season, will not play again in the current campaign.
Jackman will undergo season-ending surgery to repair a dislocated shoulder suffered in Monday's game against Minnesota. An MRI revealed the dislocation.
It is the third time this season Jackman has been sidelined with the same injury. On Oct. 22 in Vancouver, the defenseman was leveled on a hit by the Canucks' Todd Bertuzzi, separating his shoulder.
He missed six games and played in seven contests before the Blues sidelined him to give the shoulder more time to heal. He returned last week before re-injuring the shoulder in the first period of a 1-1 tie with the Wild.
The 22-year-old Jackman has one goal and two assists with 41 penalty minutes in 15 games this season. Last season, he was the only rookie in the NHL to play 82 games and had three goals and 19 assists with 190 penalty minutes.