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Red Wings' Zetterberg: 'I'm significantly better'

SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Henrik Zetterberg strode up a ramp, greeted reporters with a cheery hello, and skated onto the ice. His presence at SAP Center boded encouraging news for the Detroit Red Wings, who last saw their captain on ice last Saturday. He left that Dallas game after Jamie Benn first elbowed and then punched Zetterberg in the head, and as recently as Tuesday, Zetterberg wasn't doing anything more strenuous than a light bike ride. Thursday, he was doing much better, describing it as "fun to be out on the ice again. That's a step I'm going to take and hopefully I can do more tomorrow. "I'd hoped to be back a few days before, but obviously it's fun to be able to be on the ice ...

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