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02-11-2013, 10:15 PM
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Originally Posted by Tak7 View Post

The fact that he couldn't get up on his own accord and then needed help off the ice, didn't suggest that it was harmless.

I'm surprised at what Carlyle said as I was expecting the worst.

But as you said - certainly good news. Let's hope that his tests come back OK tomorrow. I was fearing some ligament tear or groin tear etc.
I think he meant the play and injury itself looked harmless. Which, I would agree, it did.

The aftershocks looked much worse unfortunately. If it is a knee injury, it might take a day or two before they can get an actual read on how bad it is because of the swelling and whatnot...

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