According to a tweet MLSsoccer.com's Franco Panzio, an MRI revealed Henry sprained his MCL. Henry came off late Saturday against D.C. United, with reports citing a knee injury that "does not appear serious."
That he won't play against l'Impact is hardly surprising. Even though Montreal put new turf down -- last year's surface at the Olympic Stadium appeared to be squares of turf laid out -- the man never plays on turf, save the carpet at Portland's Jeld-Wen Field.
Panzio's tweet does suggest he could be back for the March 30 game against the Philadelphia Union.
Good thing the Red Bulls signed trialist and former Paris Saint-Germain forward Peguy Luyindula this morning...