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12-06-2012, 01:15 PM
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The 19-year-old’s shoulder has been bothering him since last season, so it could be something that follows the defender through his career.
Actually that is exactly wrong.

The fact that his shoulder had been bothering him since last season means that he likely had injured it back then and was playing through it. What this means is that, with surgery to repair the minor tear, it is unlikely that it affects him past this year. Had it been the hit and dislocation which would cause a relatively more serious tear in the shoulder labrum, you are more likely to have nerve damage and an increased likelihood of it re-dislocating. But since it's reportedly minor and he had been playing on it for a while, I think he is safely projected to return to 100%.

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After developing his ability in Sweden his entire life, the 18-year-old came to North America after being drafted 3rd overall in the CHL import draft by the Erie Otters.
Dansk played at Shattuck St. Mary's which is (unsurprisingly) in North America. That was his first exposure to North American hockey.

At least get your facts straight.


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