Though there is no timetable yet for Rick Nash's return, but the Rangers got a bit of good news Saturday morning when Nash skated for the first time since suffering a concussion Oct. 8.

Nash did not practice with the team for its full morning skate, but went out with the goalies for a bit earlier. The star winger has missed 13 games so far since taking a high hit from Sharks defenseman Brad Stuart. Nash remained in the game temporarily after absorbing the hit, but did not finish it.

"He's on the road to recovery, he's skating," Rangers general manager Glen Sather told reporters (via NHL.com). "But he's got a ways to go with his conditioning."