“I’m excited and nervous,” Forsberg said after the morning skate leading up to Friday’s game at the Columbus Blue Jackets. “I don’t know how it’s going to go, but I’m going to be skating with two great players, so hopefully they can help me out a little bit out there.”
Forsberg began practicing Jan. 22 to see if he was physically able to play. He agreed to a contract on Sunday and was cleared to play on Friday after ironing out some lingering immigration paperwork.
“I like playing hockey and I want to see if I can play at this level again,” Forsberg said. “This will be a good test tonight and I’m not really sure how it will go.”
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