SAN JOSE -- The Sharks did not have an injury update on Raffi Torres on Saturday morning as coach Todd McLellan said the team was still waiting for test results to come back.
Torres appeared to injure his right knee Friday against Anaheim in a second period collision with Emerson Etem that left both players on the ice for an extended period. Torres did not return.
No penalties were called, and Etem, who came back for two shifts later in the second period, told Anaheim reporters Saturday that his leg was feeling fine and that he'd be able to resume play.
Torres was at SAP Center on Saturday, but McLellan said he had not seen the left winger. "He's a probably a little down that he's not feeling real good, but maybe we'll get some positive results and get him back on the ice right away."
Torres was playing his first game since a series-long suspension in the second round of last season's playoffs for a hit on Los Angeles Kings center Jarret Stoll. He played 5 minutes, 29 seconds against Anaheim with two blocked shots, one hit and one shot on net.
"You have to put guys in position to play, and they go play," McLellan said. "They have to play hard and play the way they are supposed. In 10 days from now, the real bullets start firing and you have to be prepared.
"No one wants to lose a player to injury in preseason, but there's really nothing you can do about it."
San Jose plays Phoenix on Saturday at 7:30 p.m., with Harri Sateri starting as the Sharks' goaltender for the first time in the preseason,
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