Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Rob Scuderi is back in action against the Columbus Blue Jackets on Sunday.
Rob Scuderi (ankle) has received medical clearance and he could play as soon as Sunday evening in Columbus.
Rob Scuderi had a bone scan on his fractured ankle on Wednesday.
Rob Scuderi (broken ankle) is waiting to get clearance from his doctors to practice.
Rob Scuderi (broken ankle) is skating on his own and could rejoin practice this week.
Robert Scuderi (ankle) is making slow, but steady progress.
Robert Scuderi (ankle) has started to do some "minimal" rehabilitation, according to Penguins coach Dan Bylsma.
Robert Scuderi has undergone surgery for his broken ankle.
Robert Scuderi has a broken ankle and will require surgery.
Robert Scuderi has returned to Pittsburgh to be re-evaluated further.
Rob Scuderi will be re-evaluated on Sunday after being helped off the ice with an apparent leg injury Saturday.
Rob Scuderi had to be helped off the ice Saturday with an undisclosed injury.
Penguins general manager Ray Shero admitted it was a "mistake" to let Rob Scuderi walk after the 2009 Cup run.
Robert Scuderi has agreed to a four-year, $13.5 million pact with the Pittsburgh Penguins.