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Philadelphia Flyers leading-scorer Claude Giroux has been upgraded to day to day as he continues to work his way back from a concussion.
Giroux was hit in the head by the knee of teammate Wayne Simmonds during a Dec. 10 game against Tampa Bay.
He has missed the past four games because of post-concussion symptoms.
The Flyers said Tuesday that Giroux has been making positive strides over the last few days.
The 23-year-old has 16 goals and 23 assists as he is tied for the league lead with 39 points.
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The Philadelphia Flyers expected an instant impact from the return of Claude Giroux, and that's exactly what they got from their top scorer.
Giroux had a goal and three assists in his comeback from a four-game absence due to a concussion as the surging Flyers beat the Dallas Stars 4-1 Wednesday night.
Giroux received medical clearance to play last weekend, and he was inserted...
I really hope he's not coming back too soon.
Claude Giroux looks like he is playing tonight. Frank Seravalli tweeted that Hartnell confirmed it. Hartnell said the team will "Welcome him back with open arms" which is the first sign. The second sign is that Giroux is mic'd by HBO.
When reporters suggested that G was returning too soon to Peter Laviolette, he said...
Claude Giroux had a goal and three assists in his return from a four-game absence due to a concussion and the surging Philadelphia Flyers beat the Dallas Stars 4-1 Wednesday night.
Philadelphia Flyers leading scorer Claude Giroux returned to the lineup Wednesday night against the Dallas Stars after missing four games with a concussion.
Claude Giroux had a goal and three assists in his return from a four-game absence due to a concussion and the surging Philadelphia Flyers beat the Dallas Stars 4-1 Wednesday night. Wayne Simmonds and Jaromir Jagr added power-play goals, and defenseman Andrej Meszaros connected at even strength for Philadelphia.
DALLAS - Some fans were calling Claude Giroux's quick return from a concussion a "Christmas miracle," and that...
No. 1 Star: Claude Giroux, Philadelphia Flyers
On the same night HBO was chronicling his comeback from a concussion, Giroux completed that comeback with a 4-point night (hey, just like Sid) in a 4-1 win over the Dallas Stars. He scored his 17th of the season to answer Michael Ryder's goal in the first period. He then assisted on goals by Wayne Simmonds and Jaromir Jagr on...
Chris Pronger, Sidney Crosby, Claude Giroux, Milan Michalek and now Jeff Skinner. The list of superstars having the dreaded label of being out indefinitely with a concussion continues to grow.