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Devils' Ryane Clowe to stop playing due to concussions

Ryane Clowe’s NHL career is over. The 32-year-old forward is no longer able to play hockey due to a series of concussions he suffered over the last couple seasons. Ryane Clowe will be unable to play hockey now or in the future, Devils GM Ray Shero says — Tom Gulitti (@TGfireandice) September 11, 2015   Clowe says he feels fine now. "I would have loved to play again...
Via Puck Drunk Love
September 11, 2015  |  Discuss

Report: Doctors advise Devils' Clowe to retire

Doctors have advised New Jersey Devils rugged forward Ryane Clowe against resuming his NHL career, according to Tom Gulitti of NorthJersey.com. Clowe has suffered four concussions in the last two years and has not played since Nov. 6, when he received an elbow to the head from St. Louis Blues captain David Backes. "I didn't really sit down and count them all. I was just worrying...
Via Fox Sports
September 11, 2015  |  Discuss

Devils Injury Update: Ryane Clowe placed on IR, Havlat successfully returns to the lineup

All signs point to another concussion injury for winger Ryane Clowe of the New Jersey Devils. On Tuesday, the team placed him on the IR, retroactive to November 6th. In a corresponding move, New Jersey activated Martin Havlat who has recovered from his lower-body injury.  #456682406 / gettyimages.com Mike Halford from ProHockey Talk reported that Clowe has missed the last three...
Via Sports Injury Alert
November 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Devils Injury Update: Ryane Clowe suffers undisclosed injury, did not return to game

The New Jersey Devils were forced to play with a short bench on Thursday night when Ryane Clowe left their game with an injury in the first period. He did not return to the game and the Devils fell to the Blues 4-3.  #457662832 / gettyimages.com Tom Gulitti from Fire and Ice reported that Clowe left the ice with 3:18 left in the first period and did not return. He has one...
Via Sports Injury Alert
November 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Devils Injury Update: Ryane Clowe still not cleared to play

Concussions are an injury that take the longest to heal. Sometimes they never completely heal and can be felt years later. Hockey players are known to get concussions (one of the top injuries), but all end up back on the ice fairly quickly if they have received proper care. Ryane Clowe of the New Jersey Devil's is hoping to return to the ice fairly soon.#481771749 / gettyimages...
Via Sports Injury Alert
September 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Devils' Ryane Clowe leaves game early, considered day-to-day

The New Jersey Devils have announced that Ryane Clowe is day-to-day after leaving the game early in the second period on Monday Night against the Florida Panthers.Jassa Campbell-Flickr.com Clowe took a hard hit from Quinton Howden late in the second period. He ended up hitting the boards and looked dazed as he stood up. He made his way to the bench and the training staff took...
Via Sports Injury Alert
April 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Milan Lucic, Ryane Clowe Engage In Entertaining Fight (Video)

After the Boston Bruins took a 1-0 first-period lead during Tuesday night’s game against the Devils, New Jersey forward Ryane Clowe attempted to energize his team by dropping the gloves for a fight with Milan Lucic. Both players traded powerful jabs in a lengthy bout before the linesmen stepped in to end it. The bout was Lucic’s sixth of the season and first since March 4. Check...
Via NESN.com
March 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Clowe’s Fresh Legs Could Make All The Difference

Ryane Clowe (1 A, 0 SOG, -2) had some pretty solid seasons as a member of the San Jose Sharks from 2008 to 2012 and after getting dealt to the Rangers last year because there was just no room for him on the Sharks, he signed a $24 million deal with the Devils. His first five or six games this season were just awful, and then rookie defenseman Jacob Trouba elbowed him in the head...
Via Razzball Hockey
January 27, 2014  |  Discuss

New Jersey Devils finish road trip with loss to Coyotes

The New Jersey Devils concluded their four game road trip with a disappointing 3-2 loss to the Phoenix Coyotes Saturday night.  It was yet another example of this team struggling at the start of the game, and they fell behind 2-0 halfway through the opening period.  Ryane Clowe’s power play goal cut the deficit in half, and the Devils carried that momentum into the second period...
Via isportsweb.com
January 19, 2014  |  Discuss

New Jersey Devils: Ryane Clowe practices with team for first time since suffering concussion

Forward Ryane Clowe took part in the New Jersey Devils morning skate today after missing a lengthy period of time with a concussion. The power-forward signed a five-year deal worth $24.25 million with the Devils last offseason. Since signing, Clowe…Read more →The post New Jersey Devils: Ryane Clowe practices with team for first time since suffering concussion appeared first on...
Via The Hockey Daily
December 06, 2013  |  Discuss
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