Found November 06, 2013 on Sports Injury Alert:
New York Rangers’ forward Rick Nash remains out indefinitely with a concussion.  He has not played since suffering the injury on October 8th and was placed on IR on October 14th. This is the second suspected concussion for the Rangers’ power forward in the past 12 months, with the first one stemming from a Milan Lucic hit back in February.  The most recent head injury happened at the hands of San Jose Sharks defenseman Brad Stuart.  The hit earned Stuart a three game suspension.  Although the hit did not appear to be late or dirty, the principal point of contact was the head and it was deemed to be an avoidable hit.  Nash remained in the game briefly but did not return after the first period. According to Columbus Blue Jackets reporter Aaron Portzline, Nash had only one confirmed concussion while playing with the Blue Jackets for the first nine seasons of his career.  The continued absence of Nash is causing some serious concern for the New York Rangers and according to NHL Network ...
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