Clowe (concussion) will be forced to retire due to risks stemming from his concussion history, Tom Gulitti of The Record reports.There was already talk that Clowe's career was over, but this confirms it and clears up what will happen going forward with the winger. Gulitti reports that Clowe will stay on IR or LTIR, depending on the Devils' salary cap situation. This will close out a 10-year, 491-game career with time spent on the Sharks, Rangers, and Devils.
Clowe (concussion) said Monday that there was "nothing new to report" regarding his health, Tom Gulitti of The Record reports.Clowe's season came to an end last November when he took a hit to the head from the Blues' David Backes, resulting in his fourth concussion in less than two years. Because of Clowe's multitude of head injuries, Devils GM Lou Lamoriello indicated that the left winger's playing career is likely over. Clowe still has three years and $14.55 million remaining on his contract.
General manager Lou Lamoriello acknowledged Monday that Clowe (concussion) is unlikely to play again, Tom Gulitti of The Record reports. "All indications are it's going to be very difficult for him to play the game again," Lamoriello said.
General manager Lou Lamoriello announced Friday that Clowe (concussion) wouldn't play with the Devils again this season, Rich Chere of the Newark Star-Ledger reports.
Clowe (concussion) is traveling on the Devils' current road trip, Rich Chere of the Star-Ledger reports.It's unclear whether this has any significance, as Clowe has not played in a game since Nov. 6, and it was last reported that he may miss the rest of the season. His ability to travel with the team does not necessarily make him any closer to playing in games.
Devils general manager Lou Lamoriello said Thursday that it's "very vague at this point" if Clowe will be able to play again this season, Tom Gulitti of The Record reports.
Coach Peter DeBoer said Clowe "is out. Maybe it looks long-term," Rich Chere of The Star-Ledger reports.Clowe has suffered multiple concussions over the course of his career, and it appears they are beginning to catch up with him. The latest is his fourth in the past two years, and his coach's suggestion that he could be out for an extended period of time doesn't bode well for his prospects. The team will likely be very careful handling his recovery and return, which looks like it could be a ways off.
Clowe (head) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, retroactive to Nov. 6.The Devils haven't revealed the results from the test that were ran on Clowe after he sustained a head injury last Thursday, but it seems more likely than not that the winger is dealing with a concussion. If that's the case, it would mark the fourth concussion in less than two years for Clowe, perhaps making him highly susceptible to a lengthy absence. Martin Havlat was activated from injured reserve in a corresponding move.
Clowe won't play Monday against the Red Wings, Tom Gulitti of The Record reports.Clowe didn't practice Sunday and now the team has confirmed that he won't travel to Boston with the team Monday. With he and Adam Henrique (lower body) out, the team may need to make a move before the game.
Clowe (head) didn't practice with the team Sunday, Tom Gulitti of The Record reports.Clowe left Thursday's game early after getting hit in the head, and the report suggests he may have suffered a concussion. His absence from Sunday's practice indicates that his status for Monday's game against the Bruins remains unclear, and the team may need to make a move if neither he, Adam Henrique (lower body) nor Michael Cammalleri are able to play Monday.
Clowe (head) will miss Friday's game against the Red Wings, Tom Gulitti of The Record reports.Clowe left Thursday's game in the first period and didn't return after reportedly taking a stick to the nose and chin and getting hit in the head, according to GM Lou Lamrieollo. He will miss Friday's contest at a minimum, though his status moving forward still appears to be cloudy.
Clowe suffered an undisclosed injury in the first period of Thursday's game and will not return.The origin of Clowe's injury remains clouded, but it will cost him the remainder of at least Thursday's game. The team should reveal more about the ailment in the future, and his status for Friday's game should be monitored.
Clowe tallied his first goal of the season in Saturday's victory over the Panthers.Dogged by concussion issues over the last two seasons, Clowe had a healthy training camp and will attempt to give the Devils some return on their $19.4 million investment in him. The 32-year-old has two points in the team's first two contests, and could settle into the 40-to-50 point range if he plays close to a full season.
Clowe (concussion) will play in Thursday's exhibition game.Clowe missed the first portion of training camp after recovering from a concussion suffered in late March, but he returned to practice a couple weeks ago, and is now ready to make his preseason debut. Barring any unexpected symptoms over the next few days, it seems likely that Clowe will be available for the Devils' season opener.
Clowe (post-concussion) is practicing, but has not yet played in any of the team's preseason games.Clowe continues to train with the team but has not played in a preseason game as of yet and has been impressing. "He actually looks great," said Devils goal Peter DeBoer. "He's taking contact. He will get in some games here. No setbacks, it's just there's no sense in rushing this."
Clowe (concussion) has been cleared for full participation in training camp, Rich Chere of the Newark Star-Ledger reports.
Clower (concussion) underwent tests for post-concussion syndrome on Tuesday and should be ready for training camp.
Clowe skated at the Devils' informal practice Thursday, noting he was "feeling pretty good" as he continues to recover from a season-ending concussion, Tom Gulitti of the Bergen Record reports.
Clowe confirmed that he sustained his second concussion of the season following a hit to the head from the Panthers' Quinton Howden back on Mar. 31, Tom Gulitti of the Bergen Record reports.
Clowe(head) will likely miss Sunday's contest against the Bruins, Tom Gulitti of The Record reports.Clowe has been listed as day-to-day with the injury and since the Devils have no stock in Sunday's game, they will likely play it safe to prevent further injuries. Clowe will likely wait until next season to suit up again.
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