Two local hockey stars are back on the ice, after preseason injuries hindered the start of their seasons.
Dresden Minor Hockey product T.J. Brodie has been solid since he returned to the Calgary Flames lineup last week.
Brodie suffered a broken wrist in the first pre-season game of the season.
Brodie already has a goal and an assist in three games, and has logged 25, 21 and 25 minutes in the three contests.
“Since he came back, it’s like he didn’t miss a beat,” Bob Hartley, the Flames head coach, told CalgaryFlames.com.
Wallaceburg’s Seth Griffith is back skating with the Providence Bruins of the AHL.
Griffith injured his knee in the team’s first preseason game of the year as well.
In five games, Griffith has two goals and three assists for the Bruins.
During the pre-season, Griffith had high hopes of staying with the NHL club this season.
Read our interview with Griffith here: Seth Griffith working towards full-time NHL role
– Photo credit: TJ Brodie, left, Calgary Flames Facebook; Seth Griffith, Providence Bruins Facebook.