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09-24-2003, 06:46 AM
Join Date: Jun 2003
Location: South of Sanity
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BREAK FOR SMYTH
Smyth didn't play in the scrimmage because he suffered a hairline fracture of the forefinger on his right hand when slashed by Bryan Allen in the first period of Monday's 2-0 win over the Vancouver Canucks at Skyreach Centre.
"I've got a little, minor fracture," said Smyth, who expects to be back on the ice this morning and intends to golf with his teammates in the afternoon. "It's sore to grip."
Doesn't sound like great news, especially since he's going golfing.
He scored in the 3rd. It shouldn't be more than a slight inconvenience for him.
If he can golf, he can play hockey.
Doesn't bad news come in threes ?
Don't tempt the hockey gods.
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