On a relatively quiet Sunday for the Blackhawks ahead of next week’s games against Nashville, news broke of another long-injured player returning to the ice.

Blackhawks forward Alex Nylander had practiced for the first time this season since having knee surgery in December. The news surfaced when Nylander shared a video from his personal Twitter account.

While no official date has been given for Nylander’s return to the Blackhawks’ lineup, his recovery timetable was originally stated to be 4-6 months from the Dec. 23 announcement of the injury to the 23-year-old, former first-round pick who has been sidelined by a torn meniscus.