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01-01-2010, 04:12 PM
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I know he's chomping at the bit to get back in before the Olympics but I'm all for holding off until after the break to make good and sure he's healthy enough to play.

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I know he's chomping at the bit to get back in before the Olympics but I'm all for holding off until after the break to make good and sure he's healthy enough to play.
Me too. I will be real excited to see him back on the ice but kinda dread it because the road back from injury is long and patience is required to build back up to the previous level of play (see: Brassard).

I love Klesla. Love his game. Really enjoyed watching someone finally help him develop into the kind of solid performance player that I saw early. I think his voice has been missed in the locker room as well as his presence on the ice.

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TTT.

Puckrakers is reporting that the club is keeping him out through the Olympic break. Probably better than pushing him and having a setback. It's not like were in the race.

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Yep. This is management's way of not pushing a player back simply because they've given up on playoff hopes.

No point in risking him at 85% for a chance at a lesser draft pick.

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This also means he most likely won't be traded at the deadline. If there was interest in him, they'd want him back to showcase him for other teams.

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