Guillaume Latendresse has been sent for further testing. Sidelined with what the club has been calling whiplash since Jan. 30th, Latendresse left the rink with his equipment Monday and is headed to see a specialist in the U.S. Latendresse, who has a history of concussions, hasn’t been making progress and it’s believed the club decided he should seek a second opinion. He was signed as unrestricted free agent in the off-season. The rest of the wounded are slowly making progress. While there was nobody new at the NHL’s morning skate before the Montreal Canadiens visited Monday night, there has been progress with some of the Senators injured players. First, and foremost, centre Jason Spezza, who had back surgery last month, skated for the first time since the procedure while goalie Craig Anderson and winger Milan Michalek also went for a skate before the Senators.
Senators' walking wounded rough recovery
Ottawa Sun | Feb 26