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11-07-2010, 04:51 PM
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Originally Posted by Chazz Reinhold View Post
Over at LGK they're saying Hornqvist grabbed Mitchell's stick and pulled it which caused his armed to move awkwardly. From reading that, it sounds like it could be a dislocation. Hopefully not, though...
Stuff like that was mentioned in the GDT here too, and how Mitchell has had dislocated shoulder issues in the past that usually didn't keep him out too long, but as they mention doing X-rays searching for a bone break in the above link, I'd imagine it's 'something' lower in his arm this time. Hopefully the MRI confirms the no bone break/fracture read from x-rays, as sometimes x-rays do miss hairline fractures. If it's not a break you'd have to figure he injured a muscle or conective tissue in the arm I guess ? But I'm not a doctor, I just stayed at a Holiday Inn Express.

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