St. Louis Blues Vladimir Tarasenko was back on the ice yesterday (Monday) as the Blues started Phase 2 workouts at the Centene Community Ice Center.
Tarasenko suffered a left shoulder injury back on October 24-the 10th game of the season.
He underwent surgery 5 days later and has not played in a game since.
Pending final approval from the NHL and the NHL Player’s Association, training camp is set to start July 10 with the season expected to start in early August.
Major League Baseball has just a few more hurdles to jump to get the season started.
According to ESPN Major League Baseball is planning to hold a 60-game season that will begin around July 24, however first needs players to sign off on a health-and-safety protocol and to pledge to arrive at home stadiums by July 1 to prepare for the season.
The league’s owners voted to implement a 60-game season yesterday (Monday) hours after the MLB Players Association rejected a 60-game proposal that would have included an expanded postseason and other ancillary salary bumps.
Multiple players are saying they expect to agree to the league’s call to report by July 1 and to its health-and-safety protocol, saying they are ready to get back on the field.