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04-01-2008, 02:13 PM
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Bouillon has NO Fracture!

Hey guys!

I just saw on RIS, on the info bar below the screen, that Bouillon has no FRACTURE!

Great News!

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04-01-2008, 02:14 PM
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Awesome news.

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I just saw that too. Great news!! I'd hate for the Habs to start the play-offs with a slew of injuries!


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I hope that Saku's injury wont be serious enough to make him miss significant time.

We might just have a 90% healthy team going into the playoffs..which is great.

And probably no Brisebois !

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Bouillon is a warrior in the playoffs, great news.

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04-01-2008, 02:21 PM
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Very good news. Boullion's been solid for us this year, and will be needed in the playoffs.

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And probably no Brisebois !
which is even better!!!!!

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Great news!!

I had a question can you play with a broken foot. I believe Pronger has played with a broken foot before?? Could Koivu play with the injury in the playoffs??

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Great news!!

I had a question can you play with a broken foot. I believe Pronger has played with a broken foot before?? Could Koivu play with the injury in the playoffs??
It is possible I remember Crosby playing with a broken foot. It's the swelling that is the real problem. Makes taking the skate off and putting it on impossible..

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Good news. Hope we get more of those.

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It is possible I remember Crosby playing with a broken foot. It's the swelling that is the real problem. Makes taking the skate off and putting it on impossible..

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Great news!!

I had a question can you play with a broken foot. I believe Pronger has played with a broken foot before?? Could Koivu play with the injury in the playoffs??
It would depend on the kind of fracture and which bone it's in. Some players have handled it, others have't been able to play.

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It is possible I remember Crosby playing with a broken foot. It's the swelling that is the real problem. Makes taking the skate off and putting it on impossible..

Mitch
Thats awesome, so there is a chance he could play depending how bad it is.
Nice, I hope the rest helps and he will be ready.

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04-01-2008, 02:30 PM
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Cube, Saks, Komi...all back for the playoffs....count on it.

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Bouillon, Streit, Latendresse, Komisarek will all be back for the playoffs. And I'm not counting Saku out, especially if we do anything in the playoffs.

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It would depend on the kind of fracture and which bone it's in. Some players have handled it, others have't been able to play.
Plus, if he does play with a broken foot, chances are it will make his foot more fragile on the long-term.

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Oh glory! Stanley ****ing Cup!

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That is great news! Frank will be an important part of the team in the playoffs.

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Bouillon is a warrior in the playoffs, great news.
No, usually he's just bad in the playoffs.... but great news, still.

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No, usually he's just bad in the playoffs.... but great news, still.
LOL way to rain on everyones parade. In or out Bouillon is not a core player on this team so these news are good but not great.

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No, usually he's just bad in the playoffs.... but great news, still.
I remember him and Dandenault being surprisingly solid vs Carolina last time. They were hitting everything and didn't screw up to badly.

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It would depend on the kind of fracture and which bone it's in. Some players have handled it, others have't been able to play.

The fact that Koivu is using crutches, a foot brace and is not even going to attempt to play for the rest of the regular season assures me that he is going everything to get his foot to heal as fast as possible. It's not his first injury. He has learned what to do to heal as fast as possible.

So if the swelling is down and there's no chance to worsen the injury, I guaranty it's going to be cortisone shots till the end of the play-offs..

I also think that there may be a rule of thumb..

The Habs may try the first game without Saku..

If they win, the second without Saku. If they win, the third.. etc.. till Saku feels good enough to play without too many pain killers..

But if they loose the first game, Saku plays the second if he can skate with lots of pain killers..

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I remember him and Dandenault being surprisingly solid vs Carolina last time. They were hitting everything and didn't screw up to badly.
I remember that too. They played good and the Markov pairing was struggling.

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I think I remember Pronger playing in the playoffs with extra "shielding" one one of his skates. I am confident that Saku will play in the playoffs. Maybe he wont play in the first couple of games or the first round even depending on how things go but if he is needed he will find a way to play.

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