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03-09-2011, 09:12 AM
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Originally Posted by WestIslander View Post
I hate to say this but we might not see Pacioretty until training camp next season.

Secondly, I think that the best thing now would be to take the lead and finish 1st in the north east and in the top 3 in the conference this season.

At this point, if it is as serious as they said this morning, I would prefer not to see him play this season. The kid is only 22, has a very long future ahead of him in life and in the NHL, he should focus on his health and recovering. Severe Concussions are nothing to be joking about, he could easily be out a very long time with post concussion symptoms. Look at Moore, he says he still suffers symptoms from time to time.

I stopped breathing yesterday for a second when I saw Dr. Mulder checking for a pulse. Scariest thing I've seen in 15 plus years of watching hockey.

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