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2nd year player. 1 game, 1 injury.

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07-28-2009, 05:54 AM
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Best of luck when you get your shot. Start stretching as soon as the doctor will let you and go from there.

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i called coach. this is what he told me. exact words.

"i saw you try out last year. i know you are dedicated. il leave an open spot for you. you might play on Juinor Varsity for a couple games though. If you will stay dedicated and be happy with the playing time you get because i am not guaranteeing that you will start your first game on Varsity."

i told him that i would be back as soon as i can. i hope this year goes good. we still have another 2 weeks before our first game. just practices and practice games. should be a good team this year
Good for you. Just keep working hard and make sure you take care of that leg. Don't get down if you don't get bumped up as soon as you would like. If you stay positive and work hard, you'll get your shot.

Since this is the second year in a row you've injured yourself. You might want to consider some off ice training to help add strength and flexibility to those problem areas.

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Good for you. Just keep working hard and make sure you take care of that leg. Don't get down if you don't get bumped up as soon as you would like. If you stay positive and work hard, you'll get your shot.

Since this is the second year in a row you've injured yourself. You might want to consider some off ice training to help add strength and flexibility to those problem areas.
yea. i will be attending tryouts. i think thats the least i could do is just go. it feels better. just a little bit of thightness. im deffintly going to be off it for a couple days. start skating around. stretching most deff. prolly skate around for a day or two then start working up slowly. hope ican have a great year this year

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