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03-27-2013, 11:59 AM
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Originally Posted by koreaboy View Post
well, take it from two NHL players, one of whom was a teammate of a guy who had a high ankle sprain. a HIGH sprain is a different animal than just a garden variety ankle sprain.
As I understand it, until very recently in pro sports you were expected to come back from any injury well before the pain subsided (it still happens a bit). Rhodes was probably told by team doctors that his ankle was almost better, and he probably felt pressure to play.

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