Pascal Dupuis

#9 RW / Pittsburgh Penguins / EXP: 14YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 200 lb Age: 36 College: None

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      Penguins' Pascal Dupuis: Will play Wednesday

      Dupuirs (undisclosed) will play Wednesday against the Canadiens. Missed each of the last two games after requiring a trip to the hospital last Friday due to an undisclosed issue. However, his absence will end Wednesday, and he's expected to rejoin Sidney Crosby and Beau Bennett on the Penguins' top line.

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      Penguins' Pascal Dupuis: Expects to be ready Wednesday

      Dupuis (undisclosed) is expected to be ready for Wednesday's game against the Canadiens, Jenn Menendez of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports. Dupuis was taken to the hospital Friday and underwent further tests Monday, though it's still unclear exactly what he's dealing with. He indicated that everything went well Monday and that the issue is behind him, so he appears set to draw back into the lineup Wednesday after missing two games.

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      Penguins' Pascal Dupuis: Taken to hospital, won't play Friday

      Dupuis will miss Friday's game after being taken to a hospital for precaution. Dupuis missed most of last season with a blood clot and it's possible that the 36-year-old may be suffering from another clot. The Pens have won five of six games with Dupuis in the starting lineup.

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      Penguins' Pascal Dupuis: Gets on scoreboard Thursday

      Dupuis found twine for the first time this season Thursday, potting a goal 56 seconds into a win over the Blackhawks. He added five hits and a plus-2 rating. Finally, all that time alongside Sidney Crosby is paying off; the assignment didn't produce anything in the last two games, but it's hard to keep Crosby down for too long, and Dupuis was the beneficiary, as he cleaned up the rebound after an outstanding move and shot by the star center.

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      Penguins' Pascal Dupuis: Searching for production

      Dupuis is still looking for his first point in three games after going scoreless Wednesday in Washington. He scored a goal Wednesday but only after the play had already been whistled dead following a hand pass. Dupuis is skating with Sidney Crosby and Patric Hornqvist and if Crosby ever gets untracked then Dupuis could be in line for his share of points. The forward has slid back into his customary penalty-killing role, finishing second with 3:11 of ice time behind Nick Bonino (3:28).

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      Penguins' Pascal Dupuis: Dupuis moved to top line Friday

      Dupuis, who saw 12:43 of ice time in his return, skated with Sidney Crosby and Phil Kessel during Friday's practice, Dave Molinari of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports. The winger went pointless Thursday in a 4-1 loss and bounced around the lines, moving up with Crosby for the third period. Dupuis also led the team in short-handed ice time (2:09). Perhaps most importantly, he suffered no setbacks in his first NHL action since last November. Look for a half-point per-game scoring pace going forward from the 36-year-old.

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      Penguins' Pascal Dupuis: Set to return to game action

      Dupuis (lower body) will be available for Thursday night's home game against the Stars, Jason Mackey of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports. It's been a long time coming for a Dupuis return, as a blood clot issue and more recently, an injury to his lower body, has kept him off game ice since Nov. 15, 2014. Expect the 36-year-old to reprise his role among the group of bottom-six forwards.

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      Penguins' Pascal Dupuis: Practices again on Wednesday

      Dupuis (lower body) practiced again on Wednesday, Shelly Anderson reports. Dupuis hasn't played since Nov. 15, 2014 after discovering blood clots. He's since been cleared to play, but sustained a lower body injury during practice just before the season started. The 36-year-old put up a career-high 59 points in 2011-12, but has scored 69 points total ever since.

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      Penguins' Pascal Dupuis: Gets more skating in

      Dupuis (lower body) participate in the Pens' morning skate Tuesday, Jason Mackey of Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports. Dupuis has been skating and practicing with the team over the past week, which bodes well for his chance to return to game ice sooner than later. He hasn't played in a game since Nov. 15 of 2014 as he's dealt with blood clots and most recently, a lower-body injury.

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      Penguins' Pascal Dupuis: Returns to practice

      Dupuis (lower body) returned to practice with the Penguins on Sunday, Jason Mackey of the Pittsburgh Triubne-Review reports. Dupuis remains without a definite timetable for return, but his presence on the ice at practice Sunday could indicate it's not that far off. The veteran winger collected 11 points in 16 games last season, and will look to play a larger portion of games in 2015-16 when healthy.

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