New York losing to Chicago means Kansas City have secured the fourth play off berth in the Eastern conference. The bad news however is City's star player Josh Wolff is out for the rest of the season with a fibular stress reaction.

Head coach Curt Onalfo explained: "He got a knock a couple of months back, and it just got progressively worse and worse to the point where before the New England game (on Oct. 11) it was a game-day decision because he wasn't able to train.

"He was able to go play (in that match), but he took a turn for the worse after he played. It's one of those things. He's in lots of pain."

Wolff has scored three goals and gained three assists in 12 games helping to rejuvenate the Wizards attack, Wizards fans know that Wolff will be missed by the rest of the team.

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