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01-09-2009, 07:44 PM
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strange, this is the injury list in the GAZETTE. look at Price ! updated TODAY !

http://64.246.64.33/merge/tsnform.as...es/injury.aspx
Grabovski is on the Injury List with his injury listed as Suspension. I can believe it because I'm sure Ron Wilson suspended him by his ears after a brain cramp of pushing an official.

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01-09-2009, 08:02 PM
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But that's not the rumor, that's just a fun fact. The rumor running around is that Price, during the holidays, was having huge nights of parties and booze and that the Habs organization decided to punish him. That's why he hasn't been playing lately, not because of some fake injury.
If Gillette found that out, he'd probably fire the management that kept Price from playing.

Stop with the ridiculous rumours.

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01-09-2009, 08:10 PM
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If Gillette found that out, he'd probably fire the management that kept Price from playing.

Stop with the ridiculous rumours.
Yeah no ****.....ohhh Price got wasted and had fun during the holidays....who the hell didn't?

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01-09-2009, 09:28 PM
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How can it not be serious when your back-up goalie has been your number one for the last month plus?

And no, if we were losing they would rush there number 1 goalie into the mix to salvage a few points here and there, risking further injury. Obviously they rushed him in too quickly once already.

If he was remotely healthy he would play sat and tues seeing as they are two huge games for us.
You can't skate on high ankle sprains after they just happened or less than 2 weeks ago. This is coming from a med student.

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You can't skate on high ankle sprains after they just happened or less than 2 weeks ago. This is coming from a med student.
There are superhumans out there.

Bob Gainey played with both shoulders dislocated. Is that supposed to be doable? I don't know, it just always sounded like a myth to me. How can you play hockey if you can't raise your arms?

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01-09-2009, 10:17 PM
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There are superhumans out there.

Bob Gainey played with both shoulders dislocated. Is that supposed to be doable? I don't know, it just always sounded like a myth to me. How can you play hockey if you can't raise your arms?
Maurice Richard scored with a broken leg.

How?

Heart, determination, and a lot of drugs.

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There are superhumans out there.

Bob Gainey played with both shoulders dislocated. Is that supposed to be doable? I don't know, it just always sounded like a myth to me. How can you play hockey if you can't raise your arms after scoring a goal ?

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Update on Price:
Carey Price is questionable for Saturday's game against Washington groin.

http://64.246.64.33/merge/tsnform.as...es/injury.aspx

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There are superhumans out there.

Bob Gainey played with both shoulders dislocated. Is that supposed to be doable? I don't know, it just always sounded like a myth to me. How can you play hockey if you can't raise your arms?
Saku Koivu posted a PPG performance in the playoffs vs. the 1st seeded Bruins in an upset with a collapsedlung?/ribcage? and a shoulder speration or something like that

Thronton had one of these issues (Shoulder) and was held to 1pt


Saku Koivu has a heart the size of an Elephant. So does Bob Gainey.

Winners just DO IT

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Saku Koivu posted a PPG performance in the playoffs vs. the 1st seeded Bruins in an upset with a collapsedlung?/ribcage? and a shoulder speration or something like that

Thronton had one of these issues (Shoulder) and was held to 1pt


Saku Koivu has a heart the size of an Elephant. So does Bob Gainey.

Winners just DO IT
I believe it was torn rib cartilage for both Thornton and Koivu in those playoffs.

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I believe it was torn rib cartilage for both Thornton and Koivu in those playoffs.
I remember koivu having two injuries... collapsed lung or shoulder injury was the 2nd, your right about the torn rib cartilage

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Carey Price on one leg is better than Halak/Denis on Two. I hope he is healthy sooner than later

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Carey Price on one leg is better than Halak/Denis on Two. I hope he is healthy sooner than later
Common now, Halak was good versus the Leaf and alright against the Rangers. He's been working with Melanson lately and I think he's gaining back his confidence which should lead to him being better. Just imagine what would have happened lately if we didn't have a good backup like Halak (ex: Raycroft).

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Common now, Halak was good versus the Leaf and alright against the Rangers. He's been working with Melanson lately and I think he's gaining back his confidence which should lead to him being better. Just imagine what would have happened lately if we didn't have a good backup like Halak (ex: Raycroft).
watch hockey much ? 8W - 1L 2.58GAA 908% yep he sucks this year !

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01-10-2009, 11:14 AM
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Habs are letting Price heal beacuse the team is playing well right now.

If anything this helps because Halak is a greater trade asset if he keeps it up and teams like the Blues deep in prospects maybe interested.

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01-10-2009, 11:19 AM
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watch hockey much ? 8W - 1L 2.58GAA 908% yep he sucks this year !
Much like Chris Osgood, you can credit the team in front of him more than the goaltenders performance.

Remember, Raycroft had a 40 win season with Toronto and was still a poor goaltender in net.

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01-10-2009, 12:32 PM
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Price skated with Koivu (no game day skate for the team) again this morning according to CKAC. Good sign that Price has been on the ice back-to-back days.

http://www.corussports.com/canadiens...0-1360713.html

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watch hockey much ? 8W - 1L 2.58GAA 908% yep he sucks this year !
90.8 is not awesome, and secondly it's a 9 game sample... Raycroft is an average to poor goaltender.

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Take it for what it's worth, you heard it here first...I hear Price's injury is actually not an ankle but actually knee tendonitis, something that may be up and down all year

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Take it for what it's worth, you heard it here first...I hear Price's injury is actually not an ankle but actually knee tendonitis, something that may be up and down all year
Can give us any idea where you heard this plafleur10?

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Dave Morrissette said that he talked to Rollie and he was told that Price wouldn't be back before the All-Star break. He said that on RDS's aftergame show.

As for tendinitis, it's very possible. And not a good sign, specially at his age.

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Just so I can wrap my head around the possibilities - Price's "lower body" injury might be:

1) Ankle
2) Groin
3) Alcoholism & Partying
4) Knee Tendinitis
5) STD and/or major jock itch

Am I missing anything?

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Just so I can wrap my head around the possibilities - Price's "lower body" injury might be:

1) Ankle
2) Groin
3) Alcoholism & Partying
4) Knee Tendinitis
5) STD and/or major jock itch

Am I missing anything?
I heard he slipped on ice, and fell down a staircase.

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Just so I can wrap my head around the possibilities - Price's "lower body" injury might be:

1) Ankle
2) Groin
3) Alcoholism & Partying
4) Knee Tendinitis
5) STD and/or major jock itch
6)Forberginis
Am I missing anything?
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