TROY -- Jason Kasdorf returned to the ice today. Whether or not he returns to the lineup against Quinnipiac on Friday night remains to be seen. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute’s freshman goaltender had won the No. 1 job one month ago but suffered a shoulder injury at St. Cloud State on Dec. 27 and hasn’t played since. “I got back on the ice today,” Kasdorf said after today’s practice. “I took some pucks.” Kasdorf say he doubt he’ll play either at Quinnipiac or at Princeton on Saturday. Coach Seth Appert listed Kasdorf as “doubtful” for the weekend but added “there’s a chance” the Winnipeg Jets draft pick could play. “He did goalie work before (practice),” Appert said. “That way, it was more controlled, no contact. It was the first time he was on the ice.” {When asked if he can he play Friday night.} “I don’t know,” Appert said. “We’ll see how he progresses. He’s making great strides. Our trainer’s (Tera Patenaude) happy with the progress he’s making. He felt good on the ice today. “We’ll take it step-by-step, day-by-day,” Appert continued. “We’re not going to rush him back. If he’s 85-90 percent, he’s not going to play. We have a lot of hockey left … we’re not going to rush him back for one weekend.” For a video interview with Appert discussing Kasdorf's recover Click Here.