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05-06-2004, 09:08 PM
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Eric Desjardins!

I am just wondering! Does anyone how he is doing? How his rehab coming along? Any update please!!!

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I heard they could rebuild him.
Stronger, faster, better.
Bionic arm, legs and eye for a mere 9 million (inflation kills).


No I have not heard.

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As far as I know, he's done for the year... and it's good (not that I'm glad he's injured) but that he can't pull an Eastern Conference Finals Eric Lindros on the team and become a distraction wondering "when will he back? when when when?"

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I heard they could rebuild him.
Stronger, faster, better.
Bionic arm, legs and eye for a mere 9 million (inflation kills).


No I have not heard.
Oh come on Doc, work your magic!

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Desjardins is absolutely, positively done for the year.

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Desjardins is absolutely, positively done for the year.
The metal plate holding the bone in his arm together snapped and had to be reinstalled.

Looking back in hindsight, they probably shouldn't have rushed to get him a couple end of season tune up games in before the playoffs.

Imagine if he was just coming back now, fully healed and ready to play? It would've been huge. Not blaming Rico or the team, for trying, but clearly it wasn't healed the first time.

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The metal plate holding the bone in his arm together snapped and had to be reinstalled.

Looking back in hindsight, they probably shouldn't have rushed to get him a couple end of season tune up games in before the playoffs.

Imagine if he was just coming back now, fully healed and ready to play? It would've been huge. Not blaming Rico or the team, for trying, but clearly it wasn't healed the first time.
he was fully healed. The plate breaking was a freak accident.

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he was fully healed. The plate breaking was a freak accident.
Dammit, so was I! :mad:

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he was fully healed. The plate breaking was a freak accident.
Agreed, it doesnt matter how long he waited, the metal plate wasnt going to get any stronger.

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he was fully healed. The plate breaking was a freak accident.
I don't know. I agree with Larry. Breaking an allegedly healed bone while throwing ball with one's son, while a freak accident, is a pretty clear sign that perhaps someone (read: doctor) was looking on the bright side of life when diagnosing a clearance to return.

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