David Perron Skates With Blues, Shows He Can Play Nice With Others

In what is a great step forward for the "other concussion case" in the NHL, David Perron decided it was time to join the team skate after a solo skate left him feeling pretty good.  Sure, it was only a 20 minute or so drill, but that's 20 more minutes than he's spent with the team in almost a year. Said T.J. Oshie on his friend's return:

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"It’s great to see him out there. It’s a tough time for the team right now after our road trip, but it put a little smile on our face seeing him out there with the boys."

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Well, at least something's made them and the fans smile recently - it's just a shame that it's tied to something with such an uncertain time frame as his return.

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