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Andy McDonald removed from IR

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04:51 PM ET 03.19 | The St. Louis Blues have officially activated forward Andy McDonald off injured reserve on Tuesday afternoon. McDonald had previously been sidelined since suffering a lower-body injury during practice at the end of February. Since suffering the injury during the battle drill, McDonald has been forced to miss 10 games. However, he has been practicing regularly with the team and is expected to be in the lineup against the Vancouver Canucks on Tuesday night. Many speculated on Monday that McDonald would be available, as the team announced that forward Adam Cracknell had been assigned to the Peoria Rivermen of the AHL.

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March 19, 2013  05:02 PM ET

This is another guy Hitch's gonna French kiss on the bench .... just like he did with Steen.

March 19, 2013  05:03 PM ET
QUOTE(#1):

This is another guy Hitch's gonna French kiss on the bench .... just like he did with Steen.

you paint a lovely picture

March 19, 2013  05:04 PM ET

mandatory afternoon MacDonald injury update.

March 19, 2013  05:33 PM ET

Good. The Note is starting to get healthy again. Steen, Tarasenko and McDonald all back.

March 19, 2013  07:35 PM ET
QUOTE(#4):

Good. The Note is starting to get healthy again. Steen, Tarasenko and McDonald all back.

That could mean a lot if wasn't for the Ducks and Hawks stealing the whole show in the west.

March 19, 2013  08:22 PM ET
QUOTE(#4):

Good. The Note is starting to get healthy again. Steen, Tarasenko and McDonald all back.

A 'blues' note doesn't sound right unless it's hurting. ;-)

March 20, 2013  09:47 AM ET
QUOTE(#5):

That could mean a lot if wasn't for the Ducks and Hawks stealing the whole show in the west.

True, but sometimes the under the radar teams are the ones that break through in the playoffs.

March 20, 2013  09:47 AM ET
QUOTE(#6):

A 'blues' note doesn't sound right unless it's hurting. ;-)

That's why they call them the Blues, right??

 
March 20, 2013  05:47 PM ET
QUOTE(#7):

True, but sometimes the under the radar teams are the ones that break through in the playoffs.

one can only hope

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