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Briere Groin Injury (Not expected to play vs. Dallas Nov. 24)

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11-15-2008, 11:34 PM
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Briere Groin Injury (Not expected to play vs. Dallas Nov. 24)

http://www.philly.com/philly/sports/...hoot-outs.html

Says his groin is healing slower than expected and he should be in the lineup at Buffalo.............but we all know how groins are! Time will tell....


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thanks for the update.

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it actually says he STILL HOPES to be back in the lineup against Buffalo. I wouldn't count on it.

And after tonights performance as this team continues to show they can win and play well without him I don't think they'll rush him back if he's not 100%

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it actually says he STILL HOPES to be back in the lineup against Buffalo. I wouldn't count on it.

And after tonights performance as this team continues to show they can win and play well without him I don't think they'll rush him back if he's not 100%
I do not think they should rush him even if we lose.
Vaananen (different injury) is a perfect example. Was not worth it.

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it actually says he STILL HOPES to be back in the lineup against Buffalo. I wouldn't count on it.

And after tonights performance as this team continues to show they can win and play well without him I don't think they'll rush him back if he's not 100%
I agree, but this is still a better offense team with him in the line-up than with him out. Our PP sorely misses Danny when he's out--it was obvious last night.

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i had a pulled/strained whatever you wanna call it groin once... next day i went to get in the shower and i couldnt even lift my leg high enough to get in... it sucked. it was probably a good month before it was 100%.

groins can be tricky and can nag. hopefully he doesnt come back til hes 100%.

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Yea groin injuries are pesky but we need a healthy Briere.

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I pulled my groin once. It felt so good i pulled it again!

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I pulled my groin once. It felt so good i pulled it again!
That took a second to register. And when it did I just slowly shook my head...

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That took a second to register. And when it did I just slowly shook my head...
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I know the guy is getting a cool 10M this year, but they can't afford to "Lindros" the guy back into the fold. Letting him heal properly is obviously best.

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I think we should give him as much time as possible. We beat the habs last night and we played good against the pens while he was out. If we can do what we're doing without him, why not just let him heal completely for less risk of damaging it more.

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I pulled my groin once. It felt so good i pulled it again!
that was from the show spin city

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that was from the show spin city
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Gagne comes back healthy and now Briere is out.

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Well if that's true, Spin City nicked it from English comedian Tommy Cooper.

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Gagne comes back healthy and now Briere is out.
Yeah it seems they can never play together for more than a handful of games at a time

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I really hope he is able to come back for the Buffalo game...it would be a shame if he had to miss that one.

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Right on guys. Let him heal fully!

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Briere skated yesterday and could also return at week's end. Briere missed six games after abdominal surgery, then suffered a groin pull in the Veterans Day game at the Islanders, his second game back.

"He skated and he felt better," coach John Stevens said. "So I'm hopeful that he could be back by the end of the week. He's still not 100 percent, but he's better."

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Briere skated yesterday and could also return at week's end. Briere missed six games after abdominal surgery, then suffered a groin pull in the Veterans Day game at the Islanders, his second game back.

"He skated and he felt better," coach John Stevens said. "So I'm hopeful that he could be back by the end of the week. He's still not 100 percent, but he's better."
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Ohh sorry. somewhere on philly.com

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They just had a clip about Briere on Sportsnite. Briere says he's feeling a lot better and is on schedule to practice with the team tomorrow and play in the late in the week games vs Buff and whoever. Good News.................

of course this is all subject to change b/c it's a groin!

Good new nontheless.

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I guess it's a good thing we have no games until Friday, so Briere has more time to get better without missing games

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