McDonald Set to Return
The Blues, winners of five of their last six, will receive another boost tomorrow in Vancouver as veteran forward Andy McDonald returns from a knee injury.
McDonald suffered the injury in practice back on February 26th and has missed the last 10 games. He skated on a line with Patrik Berglund and David Perron during Monday’s practice.
Head Coach Ken Hitchcock announced Jake Allen will make his fourth straight start against the Canucks with Jaro Halak slated to start Saturday in Edmonton.
Forward Vladimir Sobotka left practice early on Monday after talking with a member of the training staff. The issue doesn’t appear to be serious.
T.J. Oshie skated and looks to be getting closer to returning from an ongoing rib injury. He could return as soon as Saturday against the Oilers.
Vladimir Tarasenko says he suffered no setbacks following his return against Anaheim. He dealt with headaches and dizziness for about 5-6 days after his February 20th injury in Colorado.
Congrats to the U-18 and Bantam Major AAA Blues on advancing to USA Hockey Nationals after winning their regional over the weekend in Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin.
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