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11-09-2012, 02:16 AM
JP Mick
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Injured Cats: If the lockout ended today, what would our team look like?

Just a thought since we might actually see a half season if the NHLPA and Bettman and Co. get their thick heads to figure out a solution to this mess.
A few of our players injured themselves overseas playing during the lockout and a couple were already banged up.
I just wanted to try and and figure out who would be healthy and ready to go if MAYBE a deal was struck and I could finally get my proper hockey fix instead of watching way too much basketball and car racing.


Kris Versteeg- Hip surgery -- as of Oct. 27, he is skating but still recovering and has not been cleared for hockey contact.

Sean Bergenheim- Groin? Lower Body injury-- only played two games in Finland and had to fly back for medical treatment.

Tomas Kopecky- Dislocated Shoulder-- This happened recently in Slovakia and he should be out for a while. Flew back here for medical treatment. Dislocated shoulders are not an injury that heals quick, especially for someone that plays like Kopecky.

Erik Gudbranson- Shoulder injury-- Erik hurt his shoulder working out at the iceplex in early October and was said to be out for four months. Haven't heard much since.

Marcel Goc- Torn Ligament-- Goc wil be out for "weeks" as he got himself hurt playing in Germany.

Anyone care to guess a starting lineup if these guys are still injured and we start playing some good ole' hockey again?
Also, if anyone has updates on these injuries please let us know!

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