Dupuis Skates for First Time Since Knee Surgery
Penguins winger Pascal Dupuis skated on Wednesday afternoon at CONSOL Energy Center for the first time since undergoing knee surgery.
It’s been five months since Dupuis, 35, underwent knee surgery on Feb. 12 to repair his torn right ACL. He has now progressed to the next step in his rehab, which is taking the ice. Dupuis is not yet cleared for contact, but is now allowed to skate.
He suffered the injury on Dec. 23 vs. Ottawa.