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08-15-2013, 07:46 PM
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Claude Giroux will spend the next three weeks with a hand in plaster. LeDroit learned tonight that the new captain of the Philadelphia Flyers was the victim of an unfortunate accident while playing golf on the fairways Club Camelot in Cumberland today.

The former star of the Gatineau Olympiques lives in Ottawa during the summer. This morning he was playing golf with friends. According to his father, Raymond, the # 28 had hit a ball when his stick broke in two. A piece is mounted in the air to land on a hand Magician Franco-Ontarian, causing a wound that did suffer.

Transported to the hospital, he had to be operated as four tendons were affected without being severed. His early season could be compromised since the Flyers camp begins September 12 at Wells Fargo Center. After removing the plaster, Giroux will undergo physiotherapy.
The above in English via Google translate. Sounds like a freak injury club breaks and cuts his finger

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