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04-05-2011, 07:20 PM
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Originally Posted by Blueshirt Special View Post
I think it's a little unrealistic to expect him to return.

I the best of circumstances, a fracture with no bone out of place, that requires no sugery, and with minmal ligament damage, is going to be in a cast for 6 weeks.

That's 6 weeks before you can even begin therapy to prepare you to start to skate again. So lets say, 7-8 weeks from now, he starts skating, that's June, or at best Memorial Day weekend.

He'll be nowhere near game-shape. You can't do much cardio on one leg.

Torts said it: He's done.

It's terrible luck for a guy who really gives his heart and soul for this team every night. You think we're disappointed? Cally must be devastated.

Team has got to push on without him as best they can. Secure the playoff spot and keep trying to win games.

This is a real test.
Great point.

I think the team can overcome if some guys step up and play the way that they are capable of playing. If Gaborik, Wolski and/or Dubi can find their prime forms again this team can be very dangerous.

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