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02-27-2013, 01:30 AM
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Stick To Your Guns
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I think it's different in Football. Think about it, in Football or soccer knee injuries are way more devastating as there is a lot more pressure and force used when you run and especially stop and turn (think a running back), while in hockey the blade takes most of the force if not all of it. Wouldn't this be the same with the Achilles? This is coming my from my own experience playing hockey and football. In hockey my knee doesn't feel anything after the game (torn MCL/meniscus) after football it was bad and hurt a lot.

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