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04-16-2013, 12:13 PM
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We've all been pleasantly dumbfounded by Erik Karlsson's speedy recovery from a nasty achilles injury. His prognosis was 3-4 months [best case scenario] and he appears to be way ahead of schedule. No guarantees on him playing this year, but no one can say they aren't shocked to see him back on skates less than 2 months post-op.

Now comes word that Jared Cowen draws back in to the Sens lineup tonight! His prognosis after hip surgery back in November was 6-8 months, but here he is, ready to go, only 5 months later.

I've always been surprised by Max Pacioretty's ability to quickly recover from seemingly devastating injuries. I wonder if the trainers in Ottawa got a hold of some of Pacioretty's sweat and spiked Karlsson & Cowen's Gatorade.

Spezza hasn't been seen around the team in ages. Obviously, someone needs to find him and give him a sip.
I dont think that trainers have anything to do in the speed of recovery of a player. It depends on each player and the gravity of an injury.

Players like Pacioretty/Karlsson are lucky to have a body that heals faster than normality. I put it in the same category as the height of a player.

Pleased to hear good news on Karlsson

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