He skated at practice for the second time and said he believes he's ahead of schedule. He's hoping to skate in at the least the last four games of the regular season, but he said the best way for the boys to keep him on the sidelines was to keep winning.
He's definitely back on track as far as raising the volume level in the locker room.
Lance said he might be back even earlier than that since there are 11 games left in the regular season and he has played 288 in his career. He needs to finish the season at 299 games play to not qualify as a veteran player next season.