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11-14-2010, 12:14 AM
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I get Andrei Melnichenko
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I'm right????

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Renaud Lavoie says 2 sources tell him 3 months. Even there lol... I doubt its credible
I wonder if one source got it from the other source

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Feels like this is how it's going to be for Markov here on out doesn't it? Maybe it's just the long string of bad luck tainting my views, but somehow I wasn't all that surprised when I saw Markov go down like he did.

Shame because Markov + Subban on the back end was a strength not a lot of teams could pride themselves on having.

Let's wait and see, but it looks bad no doubt (been there before many times now).

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quote from TSN

Markov is the Jessie Lumsden of hockey

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11-14-2010, 12:16 AM
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from what i understand if its a ligament, its 3 months. takes ligament 1 month to fuse back 2gether, another month for the muscle and other tissue to get stronger then another month of rehab...but im no DR!
In other words, and considering the injuries Markov has sustained over the last two seasons............

he is ready for the pasture.

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I've been saying it for a long time on these boards, and the majority of people rip me for it, BUT..............

Staal is not to blame here. Markov puts himself in vulnerable positions too often, and ultimately pays the price. This team has proven they can win without him, and I'm just disappointed that he will not be contributing to the Habs success one way or another - whether that means as a roster player, or as a trade asset which would have given a nice return back........
The **** are you smoking? Staal jumped into his knee. How is he not to blame? Because every player has to anticipate another player to jump kneecap him, right?
I mean, I know it's wasn't intentional but he would have injured most players with the move he did. Unfortunately for Markov, it was his knee that got injured the last time around so it's already weaker than most players.

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from what i understand if its a ligament, its 3 months. takes ligament 1 month to fuse back 2gether, another month for the muscle and other tissue to get stronger then another month of rehab...but im no DR!
CBC said something similar: 3 months if it's a ligament injury. Right now nobody know the extends of the injury because Markov is not going through MRI yet.

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11-14-2010, 12:18 AM
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As long as he's back for the playoff, which I'm sure the Habs will make without him, I'm happy.

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11-14-2010, 12:19 AM
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CBC said something similar: 3 months if it's a ligament injury. Right now nobody know the extends of the injury because Markov is not going through MRI yet.
ya what im hoping is that it isnt thorn, just elongated or something

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The **** are you smoking? Staal jumped into his knee. How is he not to blame? Because every player has to anticipate another player to jump kneecap him, right?
I mean, I know it's wasn't intentional but he would have injured most players with the move he did. Unfortunately for Markov, it was his knee that got injured the last time around so it's already weaker than most players.
Looking at the play (multiple times...PVR), I was at first most upset at how high Staal came up towards Markov's head with his stick. The knees colliding was just coincidental.

Plays like these happen multiple times A GAME, EVERY NIGHT. They just don't always have the unfortunate, "unlucky" consequence of knee on knee collisions.

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Well, 3 months won't hurt the team if the team played like they did before he returned IMO..


As long as Markov recovers very well.


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11-14-2010, 12:22 AM
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Well, 3 months won't hurt the team if the team played like they did before he returned IMO..



can he play on the pp?

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Oh, Andrei, will you ever be completely healthy?

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can he play on the pp?
Looks more durable than Markov too...........

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Looks more durable than Markov too...........
hes got the Spacek cheeks-double chin going. I say we sign him

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didn't you see the link?

he out 3 months.
Didn't you see? It doesn't quote a trainer, or any medical specialist... This 3 month thing was announced not too long after the game. 3 months is an estimation. It may turn up to be 3 months, or more... But until they've run a few tests, I won't take any article as conclusive until its official. 2 sources from a journalist means nothing.

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If this is serious, there's absolutely no way I'd re-sign him for anything more than he's making now. And for no more than 2 years
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No.

These are unlucky injuries. It doesn't have anything to do with being injury prone.
Yes it does. That's possibley 3 serious knee injuries in 3 years. You don't think Lidstrom, Pronger etc. strain their knees as much? They do. But their knee structure is stong enough to take it.

Marky sadly has weak knees, it's his, well, achilles knee (Hee Hee). But seriously, the above poster is correct, and I've been saying the same thing. Chelly had some early knee injuries, but somehow he got through it. Bobby Orr did not, and I'd put Marky in that knee injury category. Repetitive and worsening, and every year.

Marky's value on the market, sadly for him, just fell about 25% minimum.

This is such a drag.

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We thought that for Bouillon. 81 games last year. You know that the day we decide not to keep him, he'll end up playing 82 games with his new team. Might as well keep him....but might as well TRY to add the fact that his healthy is a question mark in the negotiations to try to have him at a little less that we would have given him. Now, remains to be seen if every other team will be shy giving it to him....
The fact is that it's a real risky bet right now. It makes me think of Eric Lindros, talented guy but couldn't be healthy a whole season. No one is arguing that Markov is a #1 dman, but his health is a main issue for Gauthier. Is it time to call M-A Bergeron?

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Do you guys think Gauthier should sign or make a trade for a good puck moving dman? If the 3 months injury is confirmed do we need to bring up someone or make a trade?

Bergeron?
Bieksa?

Weber?
Carle?

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11-14-2010, 01:13 AM
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Do you guys think Gauthier should sign or make a trade for a good puck moving dman? If the 3 months injury is confirmed do we need to bring up someone or make a trade?

Bergeron?
Bieksa?

Weber?
Carle?
Plan A - Bieksa
Plan B - MA Bergeron
Plan C - Get wet, overpay for a performing d-man (market isn't good for us right now)

I would personally try and get Bieksa for Lapierre, and call White up in the lineup.

He might have scored a disgusting goal tonight, aside from that, Lapierre still players disgustingly bad and made many mistakes.

If he keeps it up, Palushaj might also warrant himself a shot with the big team.

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11-14-2010, 01:42 AM
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Have you sent your resume to the Bell Center already?
Nah.

I've discovered that I have a passion for figure skating. I will continue to work on my Battle of the Blades moves

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Thats why I thought signing him right now was a bad idea.. You cant blame someone for bad fortune but under a cap era, you have to take the good decisions, no room for mistakes.. So maybe we will resign Markov this summer, probably for about the same money, but I cant see Gauthier going for any more than 2 years.. more than that would be bad management IMO.

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I don't understand why people are saying Markov is just unlucky and not injury prone. It's been 3 or 4 serious injuries to the lower body he's sustained in the last 2 and a half years. Does it really matter HOW those injuries occurred in order for him to be considered injury prone? I mean if anything, bad luck is the biggest determinant in injury proneness. I CRINGE whenever he falls or takes a hit. Conversely, I know Pleks will get right up when there's a nasty spill. Face it, Markov is injury prone.

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I don't understand why people are saying Markov is just unlucky and not injury prone. It's been 3 or 4 serious injuries to the lower body he's sustained in the last 2 and a half years. Does it really matter HOW those injuries occurred in order for him to be considered injury prone? I mean if anything, bad luck is the biggest determinant in injury proneness. I CRINGE whenever he falls or takes a hit. Conversely, I know Pleks will get right up when there's a nasty spill. Face it, Markov is injury prone.
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