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Montreal Shadow 01-02-2009 10:07 PM

Semin, injury prone?
 
2006-07- 77/82 games played

2007-08- 63/82 games played

2008-09- maximum of 64/82 games(and he won't be back next game)

Career(3 possible full seasons): 204/246 games played

Do you think he IS injury prone?

AK 01-02-2009 10:18 PM

Showing signs but not injury prone.

He's had his share of injuries, but he hasn't missed enough games to be considered injury prone.

RedLeader 01-02-2009 10:24 PM

Fairly obvious to me, if a player gets reguarly injured early in his career it doesnt bode well for the future.

Look at Havlat,Gaborik, Forsberg. It starts early, don't know how common it is the other way around. Player who gets injured when he's young easy then gets more durable with age.

I would also include that number of injuries is more important to look at than total number of games missed. A serious injury can happen to anyone, even a freak one like to Eric J.

Hippasus 01-03-2009 06:47 AM

That last one was bizarre. He got crosschecked in the lower back and seemed to be in agony. It was like he couldn't move his upper torso. Back stuff doesn't bode well for his future, I'm sorry to say. I'm so sick of dirty hockey.

BadHammy* 01-03-2009 06:55 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by RedLeader (Post 17109070)
Fairly obvious to me, if a player gets reguarly injured early in his career it doesnt bode well for the future.

Look at Havlat,Gaborik, Forsberg. It starts early, don't know how common it is the other way around. Player who gets injured when he's young easy then gets more durable with age.

I would also include that number of injuries is more important to look at than total number of games missed. A serious injury can happen to anyone, even a freak one like to Eric J.

I think you are correct. I think he's tremendous when healthy, but it looks like he is headed for the career of Martin Havlat...

Montreal Shadow 01-03-2009 11:19 AM

And I've taken him in my pool. Gaborik, the second coming.

Luongo2008* 01-05-2009 02:31 PM

He's not injury prone

State of Hockey 01-05-2009 06:58 PM

That looked like Gaborik's numbers before this year, and he's injury prone according to HF, so I don't see how anyone can say no.

GIN ANTONIC 01-05-2009 07:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by State of Hockey (Post 17162476)
That looked like Gaborik's numbers before this year, and he's injury prone, so I don't see how anyone can say no.

fixed

Devil Dancer 01-05-2009 07:44 PM

Too early to tell, but he's certainly trending that way.

Modo 01-06-2009 01:06 AM

*Insert obligatory slap-related injury joke here*

octopi 01-06-2009 01:11 AM

When a guy misses hordes of games due to a pinched nerve, comes back for a few, gets tapped moderatly in the back and leaves the ice in tears of pain, I'm going to say injury prone.

Foy 01-06-2009 01:13 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by octopi (Post 17173298)
When a guy misses hordes of games due to a pinched nerve, comes back for a few, gets tapped moderatly in the back and leaves the ice in tears of pain, I'm going to say injury prone.

I'm going to say he tried to come back too soon, and should have rested longer. If it is reinjuring the same ailment, it's just one injury.

Jonathan Toews 01-06-2009 01:16 AM

Hes Injured Again?!!?!?

Hippasus 01-06-2009 01:21 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Prototype (Post 17173353)
Hes Injured Again?!!?!?

No, I think he's okay now.


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