Penguins' Neal out indefinitely with concussion



Penguins right winger James Neal has been diagnosed with a concussion, coach Dan Bylsma said today after the team practiced at Southpointe.

Bylsma said Neal reported feeling not quite right Thursday and underwent a medical evaluation. He is out indefinitely. The first step will be getting clear of concussion symptoms.

Neal has 22 goals, 49 points in 44 games.

At practice today, Brian Gibbons skated in Neal's spot alongside Evgeni Malkin and Jussi Jokinen.

After practice, the Penguins recalled winger Jayson Megna from Wilkes-Barre/Scranton of the American Hockey League. He has four goals, three assists in 24 NHL games this season.


Shelly Anderson: shanderson@post-gazette.co,, 412-263-1721 or Twitter @pgshelly.

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