Emily KaplanESPN

The injury suffered by Edmonton Oilers celebrity Connor McDavid in the regular-season finale was to his posterior cruciate ligamentand also a source confirmed to ESPN.

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The injury does not require surgery, also McDavid is likely to be ready for training camp in September, in accordance with the foundation. TSN first reported Saturday the diagnosis.

The Oilers published a vague statement Friday, saying:”the Oilers medical team, in collaboration with high healthcare experts, have ascertained a rehab protocol for Connor McDavid, which will begin immediately.”

The injury occurred in a April 6 match against the Calgary Flames.

Though the team initially highlighted a legX-rays showed there is no break. McDavid went to get an MRI and remark. McDavid will not compete for Team Canada in the World Championships of the next month.

The 22-year-old, a candidate for league MVP, matching his career-high with 41 goals is coming off his point season and establishing a new packed with 116 points. The Oilers, nevertheless, missed the playoffs for the 12th time in 13 seasons.