Former NHLer Ryane Clowe could be getting a job with the San Jose Sharks in the near future.
Ryane Clowe (concussion) has been put on New Jersey's injured reserve list.
Ryane Clowe is frustrated that he was forced to retire from the NHL because of concussions.
Ryane Clowe's playing career is over due to concussions.
An update on the status of Ryane Clowe (concussion) is drawing closer with training camps just around the corner.
Devils GM Ray Shero suggested that it would be a long shot for Ryane Clowe to play this season.
Ryane Clowe's possible return to action for the upcoming season will be made by him and his doctors.
Devils GM Ray Shero confirmed that they have no new information to share regarding Ryane Clowe (concussion).
Devils GM Ray Shero has no new information regarding Ryane Clowe's (concussion) future.
Ryane Clowe's future remains cloudy because of concussion issues.
Ryane Clowe (concussion) will not return before the end of the 2014-15 campaign.
Ryane Clowe (concussion) is still "status quo," according to New Jersey Devils' GM Lou Lamoriello.
With four concussions in less than 18 months, Ryan Clowe's career could be over.
Despite the fact that Ryane Clowe has started working out off the ice, his return to action is still up in the air.