Blues' McDonald to be evaluated for concussion -

Blues' McDonald to be evaluated for concussion

ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Blues forward Andy McDonald has returned to St. Louis to be evaluated for a possible concussion.

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McDonald was hurt in the second period of a 3-2 loss Thursday night at Dallas. He was bumped from behind by teammate Nikita Nikitin, then hit in the head by the Stars' Vernon Fiddler. He missed 24 games with a concussion last season after a hit Dec. 4 in Edmonton.
The Blues already have one forward sidelined with a concussion. David Perron has been out since last November, although he has resumed skating with the team.

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