Flames' T.J. Brodie skating again after apparent seizure during Nov. 14 practice

Ailish Forfar
NHL Editor
NASHVILLE, TN - OCTOBER 31: TJ Brodie #7 of the Calgary Flames skates against the Nashville Predators. (Photo by John Russell/NHLI via Getty Images)

Good news today from Calgary as the Flames shared an update on the condition of TJ Brodie who suffered an apparent seizure in practice on November 14th.

The team shared that Brodie had been working out this week, and skated today under medical supervision.

"TJ has been working out for the past several days and today skated on his own under the supervision of our medical staff. Over this past week he has had consultations with appropriate specialists in Calgary. To date all medical evaluations and testing have been reassuring. We still work to complete final testing and are optimistic he will re-join the team in the near future. TJ has been placed on injury reserve retroactive to November 14th."

The incident happened during Flames practice on November 14th, when Brodie was taken off the ice on a stretcher and transported to hospital. The 29-year-old was awake and responsive before leaving the Saddledome and was discharged later that same day.

The Flames are optimistic that TJ will rejoin the team in the near future.

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