Ottawa Senators forward Bobby Ryan, who left a training camp scrimmage Sunday after a collision with a teammate, is on the 25-man roster for their preseason game at home Wednesday against the Toronto Maple Leafs, according to a report by the Ottawa Sun.
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It won't be confirmed until Wednesday whether Ryan plays, the report said.
The Senators and Maple Leafs will play split-squad games Wednesday, one in Ottawa and the other in Toronto.
Ryan collided with Kyle Turris in the second period Sunday and was kept off the ice for the remainder of the scrimmage. Ryan did not play in either of the Senators' split-squad games opening the preseason Monday against the New York Islanders.
Ryan said Sunday he had not experienced any concussion symptoms as a result of the collision.
"I talked to the doctor and he said we have to wait and see if symptoms appear, and they haven't," Ryan said. "I said after I came off I felt fine two minutes later and haven't had any issues like that since. I think that they're positive that it won't be, but I guess symptoms can come for 24 hours or what not. But I haven't felt any."