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Michael Cuddyer?is?not in the starting?lineup Monday after taking anti-inflmmatory medication for his knee injury, Adam Rubin of ESPN New York reported (July 20, 3:49 pm).

In the event Cuddyer ends up on the disabled list, the team will likely add an outfielder from "Triple-A," Terry Collins told reporters Monday (July 20, 4:25 pm).

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Bobby Parnell, whose 30-day rehab clock has officially expired, will join the Mets on Wednesday and will be activated within the next few days, the team announced.

Parnell, who walked one and struck out two during a scoreless inning in his final rehab appearance on Tuesday night for Double-A Binghamton, had a 12.27 ERA In eight rehab appearances.

Terry Collins told reporters this past weekend that Parnell will not start out with a set role.

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Travis d'Arnaud will resume?minor league rehab games with High-A St. Lucie on Thursday (June 3, 6:14 p.m.)

D'Arnaud, 26, was originally put on the disabled list?with a fractured pinkie. He was expected to return from the DL on Monday, but was?sidetracked after suffering a?bone bruise in his right wrist.

D'Arnaud?will?need 20-25 at-bats and to show he can catch?seven to nine innings before the team considers activating him again from the disabled list, Terry Collins recently said.

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Mets RHP Rafael Montero has resumed throwing off a mound, Terry Collins recently told reporters.

Montero was placed on the disabled list retroactive to April 29 due to soreness in his rotator cuff.

He was?initially sent to Triple-A, but the option was rescinded due to injury.

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David Wright will meet with his physical therapist Monday and then travel to San Diego to visit the Mets at Petco Park, Terry Collins told reporters this past weekend.

"That would be great for us," Collins said, speaking about a possible visit from the team's Captain.?"I just know his presence, just in the clubhouse, the way he has the ability to get guys to kick it in a little bit, we need it.?

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Wright has been meeting with Dr. Robert Watkins in California to seek treatment for lumbar spinal stenosis, which is the narrowing of the spinal column, Sandy Alderson?told reporters in late May.

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Mets pitcher?Vic Black threw a scoreless inning Sunday on a rehab assignment with Double-A Binghamton.

Black, on the disabled list with a shoulder injury and herniated disc in his neck, struck out one and gave up one hit and one walk in the eighth inning.

Pitching coach Dan Warthen said Black, who also threw scoreless innings for Binghamton on Monday and Tuesday, is ready to return to the majors (May 27, 12:44 p.m.)

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Pitching for a second consecutive day for the first time during his rehab assignment, Bobby Parnell allowed five runs on five hits and two walks in a third of an inning Saturday for Double-A Binghamton.

Friday, Parnell allowed a run on a hit and a walk in the seventh and took the loss as the B-Mets fell 2-1 to Altoona. He only got one out in the seventh Saturday in Binghamton's 13-4 loss.

Parnell has been on the disabled list since the start of the season as he recovers from Tommy John surgery in April 2014.

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Bobby Parnell was hitting 94-95 miles per hour on the radar gun during his last rehab outing, Terry Collins said on Friday.

Parnell is expected to pitch for Double-A Binghamton on Friday night.

Collins said that Parnell is "close" to returning.

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Travis d'Arnaud caught seven innings and went 0-for-3 at the plate during a rehab game for High-A St. Lucie on Wednesday night (May 27, 8:35 p.m.)

On Tuesday, d'Arnaud had a hit and caught five innings during an extended spring training game that was his first game action since breaking his finger in mid-April.

D'Arnaud is expected to rejoin the Mets during the team?s next road trip, which begins Monday in San Diego, according to the New York Post (May 27, 3:59 am).

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Vic Black is essentially ready to be activated from the?disabled list, pitching coach Dan Warthen announced to reporters before Wednesday's game (May 27, 12:44 pm).

Black has been on the DL since the start of the season with an ambiguous shoulder, neck and nerve issue. He?tossed?a scoreless inning for Double-A Binghamton on Tuesday, marking?the first time this season that Black has appeared in back-to-back games.

"I think I'm ready," he later told the Press & Sun Bulletin. "It's up to them."

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David Wright has been diagnosed with spinal stenosis, which, according to Bergen Record reporter Bob Klapisch, is the same condition that forced Lenny Dykstra to retire at 35 years old (May 23, 12:41?p.m.).

Wright has been shut down from doing baseball activity for another week (May 23, 1:53 p.m.), Assistant GM John Ricco told reporters Saturday.

"He's still experiencing some lower-back tightness," Ricco said. "It's at the point where we're going to stop the on-field stuff for a week, continue with a program of core strengthening and basically back-stabilization exercises. They hope that will alleviate what he's feeling."

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Matthew Cerrone: The way I understand it, guys?can eventually play through this since the compression, pain and numbness can fluctuate from unbearable to tolerable. However,?it's the type of thing that will come and go, get worse, get better, hurt, not hurt, and so on and so on, over and over again, until it becomes such an aggravation the player typically gives up, such as what happened with Dykstra, Don Mattingly and others. I hope this is not the case with David, obviously. There are different degrees of stenosis, so time will tell where he's starting from. My understanding is it only gets worse; it rarely gets better, so it's just a matter of how long it takes...

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Rafael Montero is still feeling discomfort in his right rotator cuff, Mets assistant GM John Ricco said on Monday (Rubin, May 11).

"He was still feeling a little soreness with throwing, so he didn't throw today," Ricco said. "He didn't feel up to throwing."

Montero was placed on the disabled list retroactive to April 29 due to soreness in his rotator cuff. Montero had initially been sent to Triple-A, but the option was rescinded due to the injury.

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Terry Collins said David Wright has shown improvement this week in his rehab from a hamstring injury.

"He?s starting to speed things up, which is a good sign," said Collins, who talked by phone with Wright early Tuesday.

According to Collins, Wright is hoping that by this weekend he?ll be able to get into a minor-league rehab game, with an eye toward returning to the Mets next week.

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Bobby Parnell will soon throw a bullpen session at Citi Field in front of pitching coach Dan Warthen, Terry Collins told reporters before Tuesday's game.

"He thought he needed to make sure he's mechanically sound," Collins said.

Parnell has been shut down since late April in his return from Tommy John surgery?with what he described as "achiness in his forearm." Parnell recently said he's optimistic his velocity will soon return after a recent MRI showed no structural damage to his throwing arm.

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Mets GM Sandy Alderson is still not sure when David Wright will be activated?from the disabled list, he told the New York Post (May 5, 10:22 am).

According to Adam Rubin, though Wright could return?the middle of next week, he's more likely to be back when the team returns home to play the Brewers around May 15 (May 5, 11:37 am).

?He could be a week away, could be 10 days away," Alderson told the Post. "Until he gets into a game situation and feels confident with the leg, we?re not going to know.?

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David Wright is?likely more than?a?week away from being activated from the disabled list, Sandy Alderson told reporters Friday.

Alderson?hopes Wright will be able to play in a minor-league rehab game sometime next week, and described a seven-day return as,??aggressive.?

Wright has returned to?baseball activity at the team's facility in St. Lucie, and is scheduled to resume running this weekend, Terry Collins said.

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The Mets have put Rafael Montero on the disabled list due to swelling in his?rotator cuff, Sandy Alderson told reporters at Citi Field on Thursday.

"It shouldn't be serious," Alderson added, noting that Montero will rest for at least three days.

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Bobby Parnell is?optimistic his velocity will return after a recent MRI showed no structural damage to his throwing arm, he told reporters in Miami on Monday.

Parnell had recently been shut down for five days during his rehab from Tommy John surgery with what he described as "achiness in his forearm."

?We never really thought anything was wrong, we just wanted to be sure,"?said Parnell, whose fastball has sat around 88 mph during his rehab.?Prior to elbow surgery, Parnell?s fastball often reached the upper 90s.

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David Wright will not be activated from the disabled list when he's eligible to return Thursday, Terry Collins told reporters in Miami on Monday.

"He's not that close," Collins said.

Wright, who went on the disabled list with a strained right hamstring April 15, began hitting off a tee and throwing Saturday. Collins said this past weekend that Wright will soon add fielding and running to his rehab regimen.

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Bobby Parnell had his rehab process shut down for a week due to forearm soreness.

Parnell was checked out by Dr. David Altchek, and there was no need for another surgery, according to reporter Adam Rubin (April 24).

Parnell has a 10.13 ERA in three rehab appearances with Single-A St. Lucie.

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Travis d'Arnaud said he expects to be back with the Mets in four to five weeks, according to beat reporter Kristie Ackert (April 21, 6:10 pm).

D'Arnaud will be in a splint for three weeks after being diagnosed with a fracture of the little finger on his right hand?(April 20, 2:50?pm). He will be evaluated and allowed to resume baseball activities when?he has healed and is no longer in pain.

Triple-A C prospect Kevin Plawecki will be promoted Tuesday and take d'Arnaud's spot on the roster (April 20, 3:00 pm).

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David Wright is expected to soon begin baseball activities, manager Terry Collins said Tuesday (April 21, 5:30 pm).

Wright, who injured his right hamstring in mid April, is eligible to return from the disabled list on April 30, at which time Sandy Alderson expects he will be activated?(April 20, 8:25 pm).

He?received a cortisone shot in his leg and rested for a few days before recently beginning workouts. Alderson said Wright rode a stationary bike on Monday.

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LHP Jerry Blevins?has a distal radius fracture of his?left arm and will be in a splint for six weeks.?Blevins will be re-examined at the end of that time and resume throwing if he is healed.

RHP rookie reliever Hansel Robles?will be?promoted Tuesday and?replace Blevins on the roster.

Blevins?was hit by a line drive?during Sunday's game, though he?was able to scoop the ball and shovel it to first base with his glove for the out. He later?went for X-rays, where it was determined he has a fracture in his pitching arm.

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Vic Black has a herniated disk in the right side of his neck, the team announced Monday (April 20, 2:57 pm).

The herniated disk is causing weakness in his triceps, according to his recent examination at the Hospital for Special Surgery.

"This represented an improvement in his condition since his last exam," according to the Mets.

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The Mets will place David Wright on the 15-day disabled list with a "mild" right hamstring strain.

Wright received a cortisone shot. He will rest for two days before resuming baseball activities, "as tolerated," the team said.

Wright sustained the injury sliding awkwardly into second in the eighth inning of Tuesday's 6-5 win over the Phillies. Wright said after the game he felt a pop before sliding for a stolen base.

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Alain Vigneault said that he believes that the "extended rest period" that Henrik Lundqvist just finished will leave him "fresh physically and mentally" and make him ready for a "real strong push." (NYR)

He adds that this break was good for Lundqvist considering how deep the Rangers went last year and how much hockey he played.

Vigneault says that Lundqvist has proven "season in and season out" to be one of the top three goalies in the league and "there is no doubt" that the experience of going to the Final made him a better goalie.

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3/24/15 | 1:32PM: Lundqvist said that that he is a little nervous about coming back and that he won't be at 100% until his first game. He says that he can't snap his fingers and get everything back. (Expressen)

He said that he hopes this rest allows for a long run in the playoffs. (Expressen)

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Henrik Lundqvist said that he hopes to return to game action this week. (SVT via Expressen)

Lundqvist said that he has a neck protector that will prevent him from getting "whiplash" and that he has been cleared for full contact. (SVT via Expressen)

He said that he was trying to protect his neck and avoid certain pucks during the first on-ice session where coaches were shooting on him but he has grown more comfortable with each on-ice session since. (SVT via Expressen)

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Alain Vigneault said on Friday that he won't have a timeframe on a potential return for Henrik Lundqvist until he sees him in practice and talks to him.

Vigneault said that the Rangers will have a morning skate on Tuesday before their game against the Kings and their first full team practice will occur on Wednesday.

He said that Lundqvist should be able to get a lot out of the morning skate sine the Rangers are on the ice for 20-30 minutes and run a lot of game situation stuff.

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3/20/15 | 10:13AM: Henrik Lundqvist will not practice today for the Rangers because his wife is due to give birth to their second child. (NYR)

Lundqvist was supposed to return to practice today for the first time since he suffered his injury in early February.

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3/18/15 | 6:37PM: Alain Vigneault met with the media prior to tonight's game against the Blackhawks and spoke about Henrik Lundqvist. (SportstalkNY)

  • I think at the end of the day he can decide but, he is going to need some practice time here. I look at our schedule and over the next eight days we only have two team practices. This Friday and the Wednesday before we leave for Ottawa. We will have to play this by ear a little bit and talk to Hank and see how he feels. Getting shots from quality coaches like he did this morning and players is probably not the same thing. We will see how he feels and get a first glance at it on Friday and then again on Wednesday and go from there.?
  • Lundqvist took a full range of shots from the coaches today.
  • On being in a game quickly after being cleared, ?maybe that was my fault in the sense that I should have taken a closer look at the schedule. When you look at it and see the amount of practice we have available, it?s not a lot and yes he has been working out on his own and conditioning wise he is real good. I can?t give you a date until he practices a bit and tells me how he feels.?
  • Skapski will stay with the team until Lundqvist is ready to go.
  • How many games would you be comfortable with, ?I think if he plays 2-3-4-5 games he will be fine. In training camp it only takes a couple and he is good to go. He has played 39 games so far this year. I don?t expect this to be a long time for him to tell me he is good to go.
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3/18/15 | 7:36PM: Henrik Lundqvist met with the media prior to the Rangers and Blackhawks (NBCSN, SNY):

  • "Today was the first time I faced high shots in almost seven weeks, it was a little different but it's not like starting over. I played a lot of hockey until the injury and a lot of games and I have been able to skate really hard over the past four weeks and physically I feel great but it's more about the timing. I am just very happy that I had the progress that I did the past two weeks just to give myself the opportunity to get back in time before it really heats up."
  • Lundqvist feels good and is excited to be back.
  • He misses playing and the last four weeks he has felt good physically. The frustration is in waiting. He feels good but has been waiting for the doctors to tell him he is okay.
  • He saw doctors on Monday and was cleared on Tuesday during a conference call. His actual recovery went according to the plan that the doctors laid out for him.
  • It's tough for him to watch but it's exciting to see the team win. He said that he felt a little lost watching all the games and not being on the ice.
  • He wants to skate with the guys for a week and get his timing and speed back. The issue is that there isn't much practice time but he knows he has to get his work in.
  • Being on his own schedule reminded him of the lockout year. Being out made him appreciate the game more and he missed being around his teammates and the pressure that comes with it.
  • The first few weeks he was out he didn't watch too much but as he has gone along he has started to get more involved.
  • He doesn't want to rush back, especially since Cam Talbot has played well.
  • He is no longer at risk for a stroke and he has been healing well the past two weeks.
  • He has an extra piece of equipment that he will wear in practice for his neck but he won't wear it in games.
  • He felt like he didn't see his teammates at time for a while but it's good to see them and everyone is in a good mood.
  • He is impressed with how Talbot has played but not surprised. He feels no stress to come back because of how well Cam is playing but he wants to come back and help the team win.
  • His focus is on what is best for the team, not necessarily the best for him.
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3/18/15 |6:05PM: Vigneault said that Lundqvist will be "fine' playing 2-3-4 games before the playoffs start. (Gross)

10:52AM: Glen Sather said that Lundqvist will need around 10 days to get ready and the team hopes to have him ready by the end of the season. (Rosen)

9:40AM: Alain Vigneault said yesterday that Henrik Lundqvist has maintained his level of conditioning and that 5-6 games for Lundqvist, in Vigneault's estimation, is "more than enough for him to be ready come playoff time."

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3/17/15 | 1:40PM: Lundqvist still hasn't been cleared for anything other than low shots and the team has no timetable on a potential return. (Gross)

3/16/15? | 4:36PM: Larry Brooks says that Lundqvist is in week 6 of the original 4-6 week prognosis, so next week would still put him in close proximity to the original timeline. (Brooks)

4:06PM: Ken Campbell says that the Rangers are targeting March 24th against the LA Kings as the return for Henrik Lundqvist. (THN)

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3/16/15 | 9:03AM: Alain Vigneault said on Sunday that Lundqvist will need some practice time before he returns to the lineup and right now he isn't sure how much time that will be. (The Record)

He added that he has been told Lundqvist is looking "real good" on the ice and "pushing real hard" to get his conditioning levels up. (The Record)

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3/11/15 | 11:03PM: Darren Dreger said the following on the NBCSN Post game show following the Rangers win, "the priority is getting him back as healthy as possible, as soon as possible. In a perfect world, Henrik would return to the Rangers with a handful of games to get ready for the post season but they don't control the timeline."

Dreger adds, "He needs to be medically cleared by NYR doctors so that he can return to full contact practice and be allowed to take shots from the waste above but that hasn't been the case yet. There is probably more imaging required before they can declare him fit enough to advance to that position and practice and his return but they are very anxious to get him back before the playoffs."

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3/7/15 | 8:09AM: Lundqvist says that he feels he is in good shape and is just waiting to be cleared by the doctors. He says that they are in constant contact and are working to make sure that when he is cleared he is

"ready to go."? (ESPN)

He says that he is approaching this as a time to get rest for the playoffs. (ESPN)

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3/4/15 | 10:57PM: Bob McKenzie said on NBCSN AFTER the Rangers loss to the Red Wings, "Seems to be trending in the right direction, the Rangers are not saying anything other than he is constantly being evaluated but the fact of the matter is that he saw the doctor last week and there seemed to be some positive indications that the injury is healing so much so that Henrik Lundqvist, in the last 7-10, has been able to get on the ice. He hasn?t practiced with the team but the mere that he was able to get on the ice and subsequently take shots from shooters on the ice is a really encouraging thing."

Bob continued, "It?s really difficult to put a timeline on when he might play or when he is medically cleared because the Rangers, if anything, are going to err on the side of caution. They have done very well in King Henrik?s absence, Cam Talbot has played well, they got a win out of Mackenzie Skapski so there is no rush to get Lundqvist back into the fold. But if it continues to progress at the same rate that it seems to be going, maybe not out of the question, just speculation on my part, that in a couple of weeks he could be medically cleared or in a position where if the Rangers wanted to play him, they could.?

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3/3/15 | 5:30PM: Alain Vigneault was on the NHL Network at 5:30PM and said:

  • Henrik is in rehab and coming along just fine.
  • When will Hank be back, "we are not quite sure when he will be back, no definitive time frame, as a coach and staff we get our team ready with the players who are available and ready. We believe Hank will be back at some point but right now we have a lot of confidence in Talbot and Skapski.
1:55PM: In meeting with the media yesterday, Glen Sather said that Henrik Lundqvist will be "fine, just give him more time."

Sather said that with the goaltending the Rangers have been getting he wasn't interested in giving up assets to get another goalie. He said that Lundqvist continues to be evaluated.

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2/25/15 | 8:23PM: Joe Micheletti said that Lundqvist will have an appointment "shortly" and if he passes the test he will be put on a regimen to get back to playing.

6:45PM: Benoit Allaire was shooting low on Lundqvist with orange plastic hockey balls.

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2/23/15 | 1:31PM: Henrik Lundqvist spent 45 minutes on the ice today with Benoit Allaire and is working "extremely hard" according to Alain Vigneault. (NYR)

Lundqvist took some low shots while on the ice today. (Gross)

The team says that there is no follow up exam for Lundqvist this week. (Gross)

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2/19/15 | 1:45PM:?Lundqvist has skated a few times but has only done so far cardio reasons. He has not faced any shots. (Ranger Rants)

2/18/15 |2:53PM:?Alain Vigneault said today (NYR):

  • On Henrik Lundqvist, "there is no update, he is just following what we had told you a couple of weeks ago. Doing a little off-ice, doing a lot on-ice.."
  • He is on the ice, "You saw him on the ice...he was on the ice. Same protocol, nothing new."

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Cam Talbot says that Henrik Lundqvist has been around the team "a little bit" and that when he is he goes up to Talbot, taps his pads and tells him to keep it going. (NY Post)

Talbot said that Lundqvist is happy that the isn't "falling apart or losing too much." (NY Post)

He says that the Rangers position right now "takes a little stress" off of Lundqvist. (NY Post)

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Stephania Bell says that Henrik Lundqvist suffered a direct blow to his neck that resulted in trauma to some soft tissue in an area that included a blood vessel. (ESPN.com)

She says that it's likely the injury involves the carotid artery due to the location where the puck hit Lundqvist as well as it's "relative vulnerability to blunt trauma." (ESPN.com)

Bell compares the injury to a crack in a garden hose, saying that the hose still works but the crack could lead to serious issues if not fixed (ESPN.com)

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2/9/15 | 7:16AM: Lundqvist told Aftonbladet:

  • He has a tear in a blood vessel that runs from "the neck up to the skull"
  • He could have suffered a stroke if he kept playing and he is very happy that the doctors found this.
  • He had a stiff neck but all indications were that he was fine until he started having more headaches after the game against Florida.
  • The goal is to be back by the end of the season and then the playoffs.

2/8/15 | 4:58PM: Henrik Lundqvist met with the media on Sunday to discuss his injury (MSG & NYR):

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