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He's going to take time, getting back with his family and be around the team, and he'll address those things as the summer progresses."Bouwmeester said he is feeling better and more normal since the episode."I'm at the point right now where I feel pretty good," he said. There's some restrictions as to what I can do, but I feel pretty normal, so that's a good thing."It's a scary thing, but everything's going pretty good lately and we'll continue to evaluate things as they go."Bouwmeester had nine points (one goal, eight assists) in 56 games this season. It's a great presence on our locker room, and it's just great to see him here again."Bouwmeester was traded to St. Louis by the Calgary Flames on April 1, 2013, and has 124 points (17 goals, 107 assists) in 490 regular-season games with the Blues."I think just him being around with his resume and the respect that he has in this locker room," Blues center Brayden Schenn said. I think just having [Bouwmeester] here, it means a lot to us just to have him around."Selected by the Florida Panthers in the first round (No. 3) of the 2002 NHL Draft, Bouwmeester has 424 points (88 goals, 336 assists) in 1,240 regular-season games with the Blues, Flames and Panthers, and 13 assists in 75 playoff games."The outreach and the support that people have shown has been pretty overwhelming," Bouwmeester said.

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