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11-28-2012, 03:01 AM
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Originally Posted by Paul4587 View Post
Injuries are just as common in any league, the AHL is obviously more physical than most European leagues but there's just as much chance of sustaining a mild concussion or an even worse injury in Sweden.
obviously there are chances to sustain a concussion in Sweden as well, but not as much as in AHL.
Smaller rinks, different game, and plays like Parlett's one that are way harder to be found in Euro leagues.

If management and the coaching staff thought it would be best for his development for him to play in the AHL this year, who are we to doubt them?
with that reasoning i guess no one should ever question Murray's decisions..

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