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PASCAL DUPUIS RUMORS

Pascal Dupuis will stop playing hockey due to medical condition

Sad news out of Pittsburgh. Penguins forward Pascal Dupuis will no longer play hockey due to a medical condition related to blood clots, the Penguins announced. “It was very difficult for me to make this decision to have to step away from the game,” Dupuis said in a team statement. “My wife and four children have always been my first priority, and playing with my condition...
Via Puck Drunk Love
December 09, 2015  |  Discuss

Pittsburgh Penguins’ Pascal Dupuis will retire

The Pittsburgh Penguins and forward Pascal Dupuis announced today that he will no longer play hockey due to blood clots and related medical issues. The team placed him on injured reserve and plan to place him on long-term injured reserve. Dupuis had just returned this year after being diagnosed with a blood clot in his lung in November 2014 causing him to miss the rest of that season...
Via isportsweb.com
December 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Pittsburgh Penguins’ Pascal Dupuis Retiring Due to Medical Condition

Some sad news came out of Pittsburgh on Tuesday as the Penguins announced that forward Pascal Dupuis will no longer play hockey due to a “medical condition related to blood clots.” Dupuis was initially diagnosed with a blood clot in his lung in December 2013 following an ACL tear. He was deemed clot-free before the 2013-2014 season but later admitted his condition had returned...
Via The Comeback
December 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Penguins’ Pascal Dupuis Forced To Retire Due To Blood Clot Condition

Pascal Dupuis’ NHL career has come to an end. The Pittsburgh Penguins forward announced his retirement Tuesday, citing a medical condition related to blood clots. “It was very difficult for me to make this decision to have to step away from the game,” Dupuis said in a team statement. “My wife and four children have always been my first priority, and playing with my condition...
Via NESN.com
December 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Pittsburgh Penguins' Pascal Dupuis to retire due to health

Pittsburgh Penguins forward Pascal Dupuis' NHL career appears to have come to an end. Dupuis, 36, was found to have a medical condition related to blood clots, the Penguins announced on Tuesday."Despite playing on a medical protocol that has worked for other players in the NHL, we feel that the risk of Pascal playing with his condition and the side effects of the tests to monitor...
Via Yardbarker
December 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Pascal Dupuis’ hockey career over due to medical condition

Pittsburgh Penguins wing Pascal Dupuis’ hockey career is over due to a medical condition involving blood clots, per an announcement from the team. “Despite playing on a medical protocol that has worked for other players in the NHL, we feel that the risk of Pascal playing with his condition and the side effects of the tests to monitor him are just not in the best interest of his...
Via Campus Sports Net
December 08, 2015  |  Discuss

The Reality of Pascal Dupuis' Return From Injury by @ChicksDigHockey

When the 2014-15 hockey season opens, a lot of things will be different about the Pittsburgh Penguins. Familiar faces are gone and in their places will be those we only know as opponents. One of the returning favorites will be Pascal Dupuis who hasn't played since he injured his knee in December when Marc Methot hit Sidney Crosby, which propelled Crosby into Dupuis. His knee bent...
Via PensInitiative
August 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Pascal Dupuis to have ACL Surgery, Likely Out For the Rest of The Season

Welp, we expected bad news about Pascal Dupuis and boy did we get it. The Pittsburgh Penguins' winger will most likely miss the rest of this season as he will need ACL surgery to repair his knee. Dupuis. The 34-year old forward has a huge role with the Pens' team, playing on the top line alongside Sidney Crosby and Chris Kunitz, and also is a key component to the team's penalty-kill...
Via PensInitiative
December 27, 2013  |  Discuss

Pascal Dupuis Could Miss Rest of Season With Knee Injury

Credit: Sean Kilpatrick/The Canadian Press Penguins forward Pascal Dupuis has been one of Pittsburgh’s most durable players the past two seasons. He played in every single regular season game during those years. Unfortunately, that will not happen again in 2013-14. The team announced today that Dupuis will be out indefinitely after injuring his knee on Monday night in Ottawa against...
Via The PensNation
December 27, 2013  |  Discuss

Pascal Dupuis suffers knee injury in Penguins loss to Sens

The Pittsburgh Penguins go blown out on Monday night.  They're hoping the same isn't true about Pascal Dupuis' knee.The veteran left winger took some friendly fire early in the match when Ottawa Senators' defenseman Marc Methot sent Penguins' center Sidney Crosby flying with a huge hip check on open ice, spinning into Dupuis and taking him out at the knees - going down immediately...
Via Sports Injury Alert
December 26, 2013  |  Discuss
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