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02-18-2013, 05:27 PM
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Originally Posted by None View Post
Partial separation and labral tear. The labrum injury could have gone undiagnosed last year due to the nature of a broken bone diagnosis. An MRI wouldn't have been necessary for a broken collarbone, though the physician of a professional athlete should have taken precautionary tests at the shoulder in my opinion.
The hit by Skille last season against Washington could have started the tear and the hit against Pittsburgh may have aggravated it and caused the shoulder dislocation; I say this because the hit that caused the injury looked innocent. Could be anywhere from 3 weeks recovery to 5 months if surgery is suggested.

Originally Posted by Brogosian View Post
What is this? A guess? Or do you have a source that this is indeed the injury?
I doubt None is at liberty to reveal his source, so we may have to choose whether to believe him.
None, do your sources tell you that the shoulder was dislocated, then reduced (relocated) in the dressing room before the MRI, or was this a shoulder (AC) separation. You used 2 different terms in your post.

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