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02-29-2004, 02:00 PM
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Originally Posted by Lou is God
How could anybody possibly know if it's broken without an x-ray which nobody knows if that has been done. I think that the initial story about him having a broken leg is getting passed around more than a seaport *****. Tommorow he's going to be evaluated and we'll know then what the damage is.

Maybe we will know maybe not, NJ is usually not very forthcoming with injury information.

I didn't see the play that hurt Rafalski but it does sound like one that could be similar to how Kasper was hurt. The knee hits something or is hit by something and the lower leg torques at the joint. Either the knee ligaments give way and/or the bone gives way. You can sometimes walk on it and still have a severe injury.

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