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Video- Today’s Talk After Practice

Nielsen first, Ehn is below.

I will add to this post if more vidoes become available.



added 3:14pm, Jeff Blashill below.


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Arthur J. Regner of the Wings website,

Athanasiou practiced again Wednesday and seems to be on track to play Friday.

“It’s pretty much on how it feels right now, I think it’s ready to go, we’ll see how it is tomorrow and take it Friday morning pre-game skate,” Athanasiou said. “It’s feeling pretty strong, I’m feeling good, so Friday is looking pretty hopeful.”

Athanasiou skated with Frans Nielsen and Gustav Nyquist in practice and Nielsen is close to returning as well.

“I still haven’t been cleared, so hopefully tomorrow, if everything goes as planned,” Nielsen said. “I’m going to get tested tomorrow. Just hoping. I don’t have any symptoms. I got some issues on the test but you can’t really know if it’s related to that or just not having a good day. But this is not a shoulder, where you can get surgery and you’re fine after a certain amount of months. This could keep on to me my whole life if you’re not careful with it.”

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Posted by Paul from Motown Area on 11/07/18 at 04:14 PM ET

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