Kimmo Timonen (blood clots) hasn't been ruled out of returning to the lineup yet this season.
Kimmo Timonen no longer has a blood clot in his lungs, but the clot in his leg still hasn't gone away.
Kimmo Timonen could have a better idea regarding whether he can play for the Philadelphia Flyers this season within the next 10 days.
Kimmo Timonen will have his first CT scan since he was diagnosed with blood clots in mid-January.
Kimmo Timonen (blood clots) will visit a doctor next month, according to HNIC's Elliotte Friedman.
Kimmo Timonen (blood clots) still wants to play hockey.
Kimmo Timonen won't play for months, according to Flyers GM Ron Hextall.
Kimmo Timonen (blood clots) admitted that he's not sure if he'll ever play again.
Flyers coach Craig Berube hasn't ruled out Kimmo Timonen (blood clots) for the entire season.
Kimmo Timonen (blood clots) will be able to take part in the Philadelphia Flyers' benefit golf invitational Sept. 16.
Kimmo Timonen had a blood clot in his left ankle back in 2008 prior to the Eastern Conference Final against Pittsburgh.
According to Philadelphia GM Ron Hextall, Kimmo Timonen's blood clots could be a "long term situation."
Kimmo Timonen has been diagnosed with blood clots in his lower right leg and in both lungs, according to a statement from Flyers GM Ron Hextall.
Talking to other players that retired is what convinced Kimmo Timonen that he wanted to extend his career for at least one more year.