Winger Rick Nash re-joined the New York Rangers for practice wearing a non-contact jersey on Wednesday, his first full team session since sustaining a concussion over a month ago.
Nash suffered the injury when Sharks defenceman Brad Stuart elbowed him in the head in Rangers' 9-2 loss in San Jose on Oct. 8. Nash played several shifts after the hit, but did not return for the rest of the game.
"It just didn't feel right," Nash said after the game. "Any time you get a head shot, you're concerned. It's not a good feeling."
Stuart was suspended three games by the NHL for the hit.
Nash has played just three games this season, recording three assists.