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Sport Blackhawks place Andrew Shaw in concussion protocol

02:05  04 december  2019
02:05  04 december  2019 Source:   sbnation.com

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Concussion protocol . In addition to the team medical staff and an unaffiliated neurological consultant, the league employs two medical spotters in the booth who watch the game with binoculars and video replay to identify injuries that others missed.

The Colts could be without Andrew Luck when they play the Steelers at home on Thanksgiving Day. Coach Chuck Pagano announced that the quarterback is in the concussion protocol . Pagano told reporters that the head injury took place sometime in the fourth quarter, putting Luck's status in doubt

The Blackhawks placed their third player this season under concussion protocol Tuesday with forward Andrew Shaw.

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Shaw skated 14:10 minutes in the Blackhawks’ 7-3 loss to the Avalanche on Saturday in Denver, but did not play in Chicago’s 4-0 loss to the Blues on Monday. The Blackhawks said Monday morning he was “undergoing further evaluation,” but did not give specifics as to what the potential injury was.

Shaw was on the receiving end of a high stick to the face by Ryan Graves at 18:37 of the first period Saturday, one day after the two were involved in a fight. Graves was assed a double-minor penalty as the stick drew blood from Shaw’s nose, but the Blackhawks did not score on the man advantage. Shaw, who has three goals and 10 points in 26 games this season, did play the rest of the game after the incident.

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  Blackhawks have started dipping into their pipeline for reinforcements. Who might be the next up from the Rockford IceHogs? With Drake Caggiula and Dylan Strome both out with concussions, the Blackhawks called up forwards Matthew Highmore and Anton Wedin from Rockford this week. Caggiula is on long-term injured reserve and isn’t eligible to return until Dec. 5. He spoke to reporters Thursday for the first time since leaving the lineup Nov. 13 against the Golden Knights. He had last played three days earlier against the Maple Leafs when he was hit in the head by a slap shot but didn’t feel concussion symptoms until a couple of days later.© Brian Cassella / Chicago Tribune/Chicago Tribune/TNS Blackhawks defensman Dennis Gilbert hits the boards in the second period Friday, Oct.

The Montreal Canadiens announced that forward Andrew Shaw is going through the concussion protocol . A timeline for his return has not yet been Over his seven-year NHL career, Shaw has played for the Montreal Canadiens and Chicago Blackhawks . He has put up 70 goals and 67 assists

The Blackhawks didn't want to trade Andrew Shaw in the summer of 2016 but were forced to due to salary cap implications and the fact he was due a large raise. With Dylan Strome being placed in concussion protocol on Tuesday and Caggiula still sidelined, Wedin gives the Blackhawks an extra

Shaw joins teammates Drake Caggiula and Dylan Strome in concussion protocol. Both Caggiula and Strome have returned to skating in practice. Caggiula is on long-term injured reserve and is eligible to return Thursday in Boston, while Strome hasn’t been placed on LTIR or IR while he’s been out since Nov. 23.

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The next time Kris Versteeg steps on the ice in a hockey uniform will be Sunday at the United Center as part of the Blackhawks’ “One More Shift” program to honor former players. But it won’t be his last shift. Versteeg isn’t retiring yet. Not until he can live out one final dream. After leaving the Rockford IceHogs last month, Versteeg flew to Slovakia and joined his brother, Mitch, playing for HK Nitra in the country’s top professional league. It was the first time they had played together professionally, and it won’t be the last.

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