By Jake Seiner/DFP Staff
Boston University men's hockey junior David Warsofsky (concussion) will not play in the Terriers' Friday game at Northeastern University, and is considered doubtful for Saturday's home game against the Huskies, according to BU coach Jack Parker.
Parker said the junior assistant captain is making progress and the medical staff is encouraged about his chances of returning for the Hockey East playoffs.
"He's had some exercising," Parker said. "He's had some ice skating, some shooting, and it hasn't bothered him, but he's not quite ready yet."
Warsofsky suffered the concussion on Feb. 19 against Providence College, and missed both games of BU's series with the University of Vermont last weekend.
The junior is the team's second leading scorer among defensemen with 20 points, trailing only freshman Adam Clendening.
Freshman Patrick MacGregor will continue to fill in for Warsofsky.