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04-14-2013, 09:28 PM
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Originally Posted by broadwayblue View Post
Nope. Sadly it is more likely that he never comes back at this point. That said, regardless of whether he ever plays hockey again, I hope his health can improve so that his overall quality of life is as close to normal as possible.
Man that is too sad. I always find it so weird how different brain injuries are for different people. Look at the Sauer hit, now, by no means was it a light hit but I've seen worse ones. Also, Sauer never lost consciousness and basically left the ice on his own accord. You would never suspect a career ending injury. Yet I watched Prucha and Anisimov get their clocks absolutely cleaned 4 times a game and they were fine. Or for example the 2nd Crosby concussion, it looked like absolutely nothing and he was out for a lonnnng time. Brain injuries are so scary, I really wish the best for Michael Sauer and his future. I can't imagine a much more debilitating injury.

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