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03-21-2013, 10:59 AM
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Originally Posted by vcv View Post
You have no idea how injuries can work, do you?
Example: (grade 2) -- Not a serious injury, but very painful to play on and you risk injuring it further and doing real damage if you do not give it some rest. But I guess that's just a "soreness" and not an injury.

You're making bad assumptions. I presume he has injuries because it's forcing him to miss games. That's what happens in sports.

You're assuming he only has "soreness" because.... well I have no idea.

But since you're being kind of ridiculous, here:

He's played through at least a rib injury and a shoulder injury.
This is what I call playing with injury.

BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Buffalo Sabres captain Craig Rivet likely will have surgery to repair a nagging left shoulder injury that may force him to miss the start of next season.

General manager Darcy Regier said Thursday the defenseman will get a second medical opinion early next week before deciding whether to have the operation.

Regier added that the operation "is likely," and would lead to Rivet missing between four and six months.

Rivet first mentioned the likelihood of an operation a day earlier, after cleaning out his locker. The Sabres were eliminated from the playoffs by Boston in their first-round series this week.

Rivet wore a brace while playing with the injury throughout this season.

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