Oshie (concussion) returns to the lineup on Thursday.
Oshie has missed the last six games with a concussion but will be back in the lineup on Thursday vs. the Predators. Oshie will play on a line with David Backes and Patrik Berglund in his return. He has just one assist in eight games this season.
Oshie took part in the Blues morning skate, but he was never really expected to suit up tonight. But, it is good news to see him back on the ice again this morning as he continues to work his way back from a concussion. He could be back on Thursday vs. Nashville.
Oshie (concussion) is skating in a no-contact sweater this morning.
This is the first time that Oshie has skated since suffering a concussion on October 28th. He has missed the last six games and is reportedly not very close to returning. Being back at practice is a good sign that he is recovering, but he needs to shed the no-contact jersey before a return is can be considered close.
Oshie practiced on Thursday but missed his fifth game in a row last night. He suffered his concussion in the same game as David Backes, but his appears to be much more serious, because the captain missed just one game. Oshie is not expected to return soon.
Oshie will not play on Thursday and has been diagnosed with a concussion.
There is no word on when Oshie may have suffered the concussion, but it will keep him sidelined for at least tonight. Concussions are a tough injury to put a timetable on, so consider him day-to-day and likely to miss a couple of games.
Oshie missed the final two games of the regular season with a head injury that he suffered on a hit by Mike Rupp last Thursday. He skated in the Blues' morning skate, but will be held out of game 1. He is expected to return at some point in the first round.
Oshie (head) does not know if he will be ready for game 1 on Thursday.
Oshie skated again on Tuesday and said he is feeling better. Blues' head coach Ken Hitchcock said that all of his injured players will be back at some point in round 1, but Oshie might not be ready for game 1. "You've got to see how I am tonight, how I am tomorrow morning," said Oshie. "It really is a day to day thing. If I can, if medically it's OK and I'm not going to hurt myself worse, or hurt my team, I'll be in."
This is no surprise after Oshie had to be helped off of the ice yesterday. There is no word on how Oshie is doing, the Blues could be keeping him out for precautionary reasons with the playoffs next week.
Oshie left Thursday's game with an apparent head injury and did not return.
Oshie was elbowed in the head by Wild tough-guy Mike Rupp. Oshie went down and took awhile to get to his feet. Rupp was assessed a match-penalty and will have a phone hearing Friday. The Blues are already without David Backes, so losing Oshie right before the playoffs would put a huge dent in their lineup. Consider him day-to-day until we get a more detailed report of his injury.
Oshie will be back in the Blues lineup on Wednesday.
Oshie missed Monday's game to be with his wife for the birth of their first child, but he will be back tomorrow to take on the Blackhawks. Oshie will skate on the second line with Dmitrij Jaskin and Vladimir Sobotka.