What’s next for Phoenix Coyotes?
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NHL News’ Bob McKenzie says Arizona Coyotes forward Tomas Tatar is in the final stages of his rehabilitation from the concussion that forced him out of last year’s playoffs.
He’ll miss the rest of the season.
Tatar has yet to take a test, but the NHL’s Concussion Working Group expects him to be cleared in the next couple of weeks.
Tatar is the most high-profile casualty of the team’s decision to start Sidney Crosby over the last three games, but his absence leaves the Coyotes as a longshot to reach the playoffs.
Tavares was cleared to return to the ice Monday but could still be out of action for the next few weeks.
He was diagnosed with a concussion on Dec. 9.
Tarkovsky was cleared by doctors last week but hasn’t been cleared to play.
The team announced Tuesday that it has suspended defenseman Max Domi and forward Mark Giordano indefinitely pending the results of the results from the NHL Concussion Panel.
The panel’s final report is expected to be completed by the end of the month.
Domi is still out with a fractured fibula.
Giordani, a 2012 first-round pick, has missed most of the NHL season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament.
NHL News’ Bob McKenzie says Arizona Coyotes forward Tomas Tatar is in the final stages of his rehabilitation from the…
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