Wilson (lower body) returned to practice Wednesday. Wednesday marked the first time Wilson has practiced with his teammates since he sustained a lower-body injury on Jan. 9. While Wednesday's development is certainly encouraging, the former first-round pick will likely need to log several more full practices before returning to the Predator's lineup. Wilson's return to game action will be signaled by his activation from injured reserve.
Wilson (lower body) was on the ice before practice Monday, Adam Vingan of The Tennessean reports. This is the first time Wilson has been noted to have skated since being ruled out last Jan. 9 with a lower-body issue. His next step in the recovery process involves rejoining his teammates at practice, which should indicate when he's close to returning to the lineup.
Wilson (lower body) was placed on injured reserve by the Predators on Wednesday, Adam Vingan of The Tennessean reports. Wilson's placement on injured reserve will be retroactive to Jan. 8, allowing him to return as soon as Saturday against the Wild. The Predators still have plenty of depth at forward for the time being, and should provide further updates on the winger's status as he closes in on a return to the lineup.
Wilson (lower body)will not play in Tuesday's tilt with Chicago, Adam Vingan of the Tennessean reports. Wilson will miss Tuesday's contest as he continues recovery from his lower-body injury. His next chance to return to the ice will come Thursday when Nashville plays at Winnipeg.
Wilson (lower body) was not on the ice for Tuesday's morning skate, leaving his availability for the evening contest against the Blackhawks in doubt, Adam Vingan of The Tennessean reports. Wilson was unable to practice Monday, which doesn't help his chances of lacing up just one day later. In fact, it's rare for a player to miss morning skate and still dress for a game that same day. The 26-year-old has 16 points in 32 games this season.
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