David Warsofsky

#5 D / Pittsburgh Penguins / EXP: 2YRS Height: 5-9 Weight: 170 lb Age: 25 College: Boston U.

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INJURY ALERT: IR | Concussion | Out until at least Feb 15
  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Penguins' David Warsofsky: Unlikely to play Wednesday

    Warkofsky (concussion) told reporters he was "status quo" in his recovery, giving him a remote chance to suit up against the Rangers on Wednesday, Seth Rorabaugh of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports. Given the veterans on the Penguins blue line, Warkovsky will have a difficult time cracking the lineup even when he gets healthy. The 25-year-old could be primed for a return to AHL Wilkes-Barre/Scranton where he has netted two goals and four helpers in 13 outings.

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    Penguins' David Warsofsky: Recovering from concussion

    Warsofsky (concussion) skated Monday and is making progress in his recovery. "He took the next step, that's certainly progress," coach Mike Sullivan said. "We'll see how he responds to that tomorrow (Tuesday)." Warsofsky has scored one goal and holds a minus-6 rating in 12 games. The addition of Trevor Daley has pushed him back down the defensive depth chart, making it questionable whether he remains with the Pens when he is cleared for action.

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    Penguins' David Warsofsky: Out Saturday

    Warsofsky (concussion) will not play Saturday afternoon against Canucks, Seth Rorabaugh of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports. Warsofsky continues to be hampered by a concussion. The Penguins had their Sunday match against the Capitals canceled due to inclement weather, giving Warsofsky until Tuesday to prepare for the next game against New Jersey. At the very least, this gives the team more time to evaluate him further.

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    Penguins' David Warsofsky: Remains out Thursday

    Warsofsky (concussion) will not play Thursday night against the Flyers. Warsofsky simply wasn't listed in Thursday's lineup as posted by the team's official site, and we believe more specific details about his concussion are pending further evaluation. Concussion injuries can be tricky and require that teams follow strict protocol. His next chance to lace up for a game will be Saturday, but that seems like a long shot at this point.

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    Penguins' David Warsofsky: Sits out Tuesday

    Warsofsky will sit out Monday's game against the Blues with a concussion. Warsofky's next opportunity to play will be Thursday against the Flyers after initially sustaining the injury Sunday. With Kris Letang (wrist) a game-time decision Monday, Derrick Pouliot could be in store for an abnormal amount of playing time at right defenseman in the short term.

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    Penguins' David Warsofsky: Exits with undisclosed issue

    Warsofsky exited Sunday's game late with an undisclosed issue, reports. Warsofsky was reportedly going full speed backwards and flipped over another player he did not see, resulting in the injury. While the nature of the issue remains unclear at this point, he's undergoing evaluation and the team should release an update in the near future. Coach Mike Sullivan indicated that Derrick Pouliot could be recalled should Warsofsky's injury put him in danger of missing time. The Penguins next play Monday against the Blues, so expect a refreshed status prior to that contest.

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    Penguins' David Warsofsky: Hits the net Monday

    Warsofsky scored on the power play Monday, giving him his first goal in 10 career games with Pittsburgh. He fired a laser past goalie Joonas Korpisalo to give the Pens a 4-2 lead late in the second period. Warsofsky's play hasn't materialized the way it was hoped, but he's not afraid to shoot -- something that holds value on Pittsburgh's current roster.

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    Penguins' David Warsofsky: Mixed results Saturday

    Warsofsky quarterbacked Pittsburgh's top power-play unit Saturday but was held without a point against the Kings. He did a nice job of keeping the puck in the offensive zone and distributed well, but his lack of size makes him a liability when he's skates at even-strength. Warsofsky could lead the man advantage Sunday or the Pens could look toward Olli Maatta, now that he's got a game under his belt. There's also a chance the team could scratch Warsofsky if Kris Letang (undisclosed) is healthy enough to play.

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    Penguins' David Warsofsky: Could see power-play time

    Warsofsky could quarterback the top power-play unit Saturday if Kris Letang (undisclosed) is unable to play, the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports. Warsofsky scored two goals and six points in 13 AHL games prior to his recent recall. "The big thing that struck me when I watched him on the power play is that he shot the puck," coach Mike Johnston said. "He wasn't afraid to shoot it. If he got an open lane, he got his wrist shot through, his slap shot through." A strong showing against the Kings on Saturday could give Warsovsky additional opportunities on the man advantage.

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    Penguins' David Warsofsky: Recalled from minors Thursday

    The Penguins have recalled Warsofsky from AHL Wilkes-Barre/Scranton. Prior to the call-up, Warsofsky sprinkled the scoresheet with modest totals playing for the Baby Pens, including six points, six PIM and a plus-5 rating through 13 games. The parent club Penguins are expected to be without blueliner Olli Maatta (upper body) for at least a month so Warsofsky could end up with some playing time in his absence.

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