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Erik Karlsson injury: Defenseman resumes skating, wants to return this season

Erik Karlsson wants to return this season. On Monday, a video surfaced of him skating and he didn't look too bad. Of course, skating in a sweatshirt is different than playing in the NHL. Could he make a return?

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Karlsson to return Thursday

Senators defenseman Erik Karlsson will return to the lineup on Thursday night against the Washington Capitals.

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Karlsson could play Thursday

The Senators defenseman and Norris winner could play on Thursday after taking part in a full practice on Wednesday.

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Karlsson returns to practice, eyes return

Erik Karlsson was able to participate in his first full practice with the Senators since 70 percent of his Achilles tendon was lacerated on Feb. 13.

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Karlsson 'obviously getting closer' to return

Erik Karlsson is apparently ahead of schedule on his rehabilitation and could potentially play in the postseason.

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Karlsson wants to return this season

Erik Karlsson wants to return this season. On Monday, a video surfaced of him skating and he didn't look too bad. Of course, skating in a sweatshirt is different than playing in the NHL. Could he make a return?

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Karlsson: Cooke 'knows exactly what he's doing'

Erik Karlsson says that Matt Cooke didn't intentionally hurt him, but that it wasn't accidental either.

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Karlsson should make full recovery

SB Nation's medical expert takes a full look at the Achilles injury suffered by Ottawa Senators defenseman Erik Karlsson. Luckily, he's expected to make a full recovery.

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Erik Karlsson done for the remainder of season

Ottawa Senators general manager Bryan Murray announced that defenseman Erik Karlsson will not be available for the remainder of the 2013 season due to a lacerated Achilles Tendon.

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Matt Cooke will not face suspension

The NHL has determined it will not enforce supplemental discipline on Pittsburgh Penguins forward Matt Cooke for the play that resulted in Erik Karlsson's lacerated Achilles Tendon.

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Cooke hurts Karlsson, but not intentionally

It's easy to say Matt Cooke's at fault for the injury to Erik Karlsson's Achilles tendon, but the evidence shows us that this was not intentional.

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Erik Karlsson suffers Achillies injury

Karlsson appeared to injure his ankle on the play.

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