Thread: News Article: Some news about Pacioretty
View Single Post
08-20-2010, 04:07 PM
Registered User
bhuya71's Avatar
Join Date: Jun 2008
Location: Ottawa, Ontario
Country: Bangladesh
Posts: 2,536
vCash: 500
Originally Posted by Kriss E View Post
Must have been a tiny tiny one then, because there's no way you can lift you arm over your head if it's a complete fracture. That's actually the way they evaluate your progress, by checking your range of motion with your arm.

I had to maneuver my way just to put a t-shirt on, so I can't see how he played through a broken collarbone, taking shots, stickhandling, checking and getting hits. Simply not possibly unless it was a minor fracture. If it was, then really not that big of deal. A bunch of players play through minor injuries.
Yes thats true but if a major collarbone injury inhibits movement that much doesn't it warrant a young 21 year old hockey player at the pro levels with decreased confidence in his own physical skills due to a minor fracture playing...well not up to par?

bhuya71 is offline   Reply With Quote