Baertschi’s symptoms are apparently similar to a concussion suffered previous October, not because of to a new head harm.
Canucks winger Sven Baertschi is working with put up-concussion syndrome, head coach Travis Inexperienced confirmed Saturday.
Baertschi has been feeling unwell considering the fact that at minimum previous Sunday morning, the working day immediately after the Canucks performed the Colorado Avalanche in Denver. He hadn’t documented any symptoms forward of the video game.
The symptoms he’s feeling seem to be similar to a concussion sustained in October from a head-large hit from the Vegas Golden Knights’ Tomas Hyka.
“It’s not a new concussion,” Inexperienced claimed forward of his team’s dwelling video game as opposed to the Calgary Flames. “He just was not feeling suitable.”
There was not a distinct participate in in the video game in opposition to the Avalanche that seemed to cause the return of the symptoms, Inexperienced included.
“We’re heading to give him some time off,” he claimed. “(He’s) in all probability heading to be out for a tiny bit.”
Baertschi remained in Denver though his staff travelled to Philadelphia, exactly where they performed the Flyers on Monday.
Inexperienced claimed previously this 7 days the staff didn’t consider it was because of to a concussion but claimed Baertschi would return to Vancouver to satisfy with the team’s professional medical staff members.
Those people assessments led to Saturday’s announcement.
Write-up-concussion syndrome can linger for months immediately after the unique harm.
With a ordinary concussion, protocol calls for the participant to abide by a multi-working day procedure to return to the lineup, which normally takes 6 times at minimum.