ST. LOUIS (KMOX) — The St. Louis Blues have announced that forward Andy McDonald has been activated from the injured reserve and will play Friday night against the Edmonton Oilers.

McDonald has been out since December 4 after incurring a concussion in Edmonton.  Since that, the Blues have been without one of their better offensive players for 24 games. 

Along with McDonald, forward David Perron has also been out because of a concussion that he sustained on November 4.  There still is no timetable on his return.  Without McDonald and Perron, the Blues have a record of 15-19-5, and just without McDonald, the team was 10-11-3.

Before the injury, McDonald tallied 17 points with 8 goals and 9 assists in 25 games.

To make room on the roster, the Blues designated Phillip McRae to Peoria.  In seven games, McRae notched 2 points, including his first career goal on January 26 at Calgary.

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