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06-29-2011, 09:21 AM
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Originally Posted by Habs10Habs View Post
First off, it was a small, I'll repeat small portion of the Habs fan base that called in to say that they would be willing to report an assault. We have a lot of fans, so grouping us all together is quite ignorant on your part.

Second, can you explain to me how you are an expert when it comes to concussions, and how they effect individuals? Just because you had difficulties going on a computer or watching TV. That doesn't mean that every single person diagnosed with a concussion suffers the exact same symptoms.

You want a clear understanding of what happened? Pacioretty was injured, and unable to play from the time he was hit until the Habs were eliminated from the playoffs. To what degree, only Max and his doctors know for sure.
BUt it is that small portion of fans that have pushed it this far. I'm not grouping everyone together. I'm just stating the fact that it is at the hands of this small grouping of Habs fans. I now the majority of Habs fans think it is ridiculous, but the fact still remains that Habs fans are responsible for "potential charges"... just not all of them.

And as far as concussions go, I don't care who you are, if anyone has had any form of a concussion, they know what I mean. I'm not trying to out the Habs or anything, I just want to state facts and imply that there may have been some exaggeration on the injury to help draw a suspension. It wouldn't be the first time, and it will not be the last. This can happen with any person on any club, not just the Habs.

And just to make things clear, when I say exaggeration on his injury, I do not mean for people to take it that he was not injured at all. He clearly had a vertebral fracture (unless I'm mistaken) which is very serious and season ending.

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