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03-23-2009, 01:14 AM
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Originally Posted by MalkinFan71 View Post
Idk if this is good or bad.

It's bad that the guy is injured obviously but now we can get another look at a prospect.
There's ten games to go, the Rangers are barely in a playoff position and may have just lost the defenseman who hasn't averaged less than 20 minutes a game since the lockout and you don't know if it's good or bad?

And given that there are no defensive prospects who are fully ready to step in and play lots of minutes in the NHL, why do you think it's a good thing to get a look at a prospect? This is about the worst possible situation to bring up a young, inexperienced player. There's a new coach who's just getting familar with the players on the NHL roster and who probably hasn't seen more than one or two Wolfpack games--if that. Guaranteed, whoever is called up won't play much at all and won't have much, if any impact.

If this injury keeps Roszival out for more than a few games, this is very bad indeed.

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