Some good news at Sharks practice today — Logan Couture continued to skate with teammates, just one week after returning to the ice from a broken leg suffered on Oct. 17.
What’s more, Couture says he’s on schedule to meet the 4-6 week timetable for return.
“[I’m] where I thought I would be at this point in time,” Couture said, per CSN Bay Area.
While the 26-year-old wouldn’t put an exact date on his return, it’s clear both he and the Sharks are anxious for him to get back in the lineup — especially with the club surging, and Couture having only played in three regular-season contests this year.
Looking ahead, there are some dates worth circling on the ol’ calendar.
The Sharks have a relatively light week. After beating Calgary 5-2 on Saturday, they play just once in five days — Tuesday’s home tilt against the Penguins — before a weekend back-to-back set against the Ducks on Friday and Lightning on Saturday.
The Ducks game is in Anaheim, but the following night’s contest against the Bolts is at the friendly confines of SAP. So that could be a potential date to watch for — but it is worth noting Couture said he’s still hesitant about getting into game action until his first step is back.
“Until then, I’m not going to force my way out there and put myself in a bad spot,” he explained.