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07-11-2013, 09:34 AM
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Hardly Campbell-esque, but in a clinic scrimmage, I hit a rut with my right skate while trying to make a quick direction-change counter-clockwise. Everything turned except for my right leg below the knee. Luckily the unexpected change in forces caused me to fall over, so I didn't wrench my knee completely to hell.

I jumped back up and sprinted back into the play, and broke up a rush, but it didn't feel right. Eventually I came off and ended up sitting the rest of the night. The next few days were pretty bad, couldn't really walk well or bend my knee more than a third of the way to 90 degrees with any weight on the leg. But my knee felt fine - confusing. Turned out I had a small stress fracture to the head of my fibula.

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