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Originally Posted by GloryDaze4877 View Post


Were you one of the posters calling for Lucic to be traded after his injury-filled campaign a couple of years back? He's a rookie and has had one injury that never healed as a PRO B.
no he is the one who said Bergeron was all thru after his concussion and to trade him for anything- he was damaged goods (how'd that work out)

anyways, Knight will be fine- has to miss some more time but the original injury didnt fully heel but Sweeney and the Bruins are all over this and know what is going on.

They have access to the best doctors and can do complete scans and determine what, where, and when; I'm sure they went over ever-e-thang.

Anyways, he can look to Martin Lapointe who went thru the exact same thing and had hamstring problems because like Knight, he has exceptionally developed legs (not that there's anything wrong with that- but when use a hockey player use got to make sure you are doing specific and definite types of exercises/training). Would not surprise me to see him work with specialists in this area like I believe Marty did.

Don't quote me Joe but I do bah-lieve that Mahty worked with the Habs trainer on this and I'm sure that Knight once the hammy is strong and healed in the next month or whenever will be under the watchful eye of Don Sweeney and company.

Luckily for JK he is still very, very, very young and knows both what is the problem and how they will get it better and proceed

It sucks Joe to be overly muscular

so expect him back eventually but probably not before having MRIs and all sorts of other goodies administered by the Broons that give him thumbs up.

They need to proceed with caution because imo and really that is all that matters to me (Joe you know me well) he's good for 250 goals give or take 50 each way (I'll go North) over the next 10 years or 750-800 games.

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