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03-27-2011, 08:58 AM
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What happend to Paarvi?

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He was fine, he got his head hit, and by NHL new rules if you hit your head you have to be taken off the ice and examined for concussions!? He came back played the last 5 and overtime.

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He got hit so hard that he lost a J, an A, and some umlauts.

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He was fine, he got his head hit, and by NHL new rules if you hit your head you have to be taken off the ice and examined for concussions!? He came back played the last 5 and overtime.
He was not hit in the head. He landed on his head. The hit was late but it was a finished check directed properly. Straight to the chest. He showed concussion-like symptoms so they used precaution by pulling him off the bench. I was told it was the refs decision but I believe the trainer diagnosed it. If it were Renney he would've put him in net.

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I just don't understand how a guy can be that woozy coming off, and then ten minutes later decide he's alright. I mean he obviously suffered a concussion on that hit, right?

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I just don't understand how a guy can be that woozy coming off, and then ten minutes later decide he's alright. I mean he obviously suffered a concussion on that hit, right?
not necessarily. but i suspect we might hear anytime now...."The Oilers have announced that Paajaarvi has a mild concussion and will miss the rest of the season".....just add him to the pile....there's still time left for Dubnyk, Omark, Gilbert and Eberle to get injured, then we can ice a complete AHL team!

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hit late but it wasnt rly that that hurt him it was his head wacking the ice...probably gonna be gone for a few

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At first I thought he might have had the wind knocked out of him.

If he was smart, and the doctors were responsible, I don't see why he would come back after the hit.

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At first I thought he might have had the wind knocked out of him.

If he was smart, and the doctors were responsible, I don't see why he would come back after the hit.
Well, if you saw the look on his face after he came back to the bench, i would say it was his determination to help his team win the game. Not that i want to see him risk his health if he actually was concussed, but i do love to see the walking wounded mentality that guys play through when they know their team needs them. The fact that he showed this in a meaningless game shows a high compete level and will only help his development going forward.

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he seemed fine on after hours on CBC

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he seemed fine on after hours on CBC
I didn't see the impact of his head but sometimes if you tweak your neck you can get vertigo. Is there anywhere I can watch after hours online?

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I didn't see the impact of his head but sometimes if you tweak your neck you can get vertigo. Is there anywhere I can watch after hours online?
check the CBC Sports website. Usually they put them up soon after the broadcast. Just on my way out, so I can't go get a link for you.

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Cbc's website is Brutal. THe video's won't load.

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I just don't understand how a guy can be that woozy coming off, and then ten minutes later decide he's alright. I mean he obviously suffered a concussion on that hit, right?
Not necessarily. I have had this happen twice, the only 2 times I have thought I perhaps had a concussion, and both times I could barely stand up to get off the ice, falling 2 or 3 times on the way to bench.

Anyone who has been in a fight before, which I have not, or has been hit in the head pretty hard, knows that you can easily lose your legs and look out of it without having a concussion or any of the symptoms. For myself, both times I felt a little off, but it never lead to any headaches, dizziness, etc.

The way I look at it, when a boxer takes a punch to the head, he often stumbles and can't get up, but that could happen to a boxer 40-50 times in his career, do all of those end up being concussions? Seems unlikely, or else they wouldn't continue to do it. For sports like boxing and hockey the severe ones probably are all concussions and lead to symptoms, but I think the force of getting hit in the head or having your head hit the ice would be enough to leave a guy in a little bit of a daze.

I have seen basketball players fall and hit their head on the court, leave a little woozy, then be back and play the whole 2nd half.

Obviously, if Paajarvi failed the concussion test implemented by the new protocol, he never would have been allowed to come back and play in the last bit of the game and overtime.

Let's just hope there are no symptoms over the next few days, then I think we are in the clear.

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He was not hit in the head. He landed on his head. The hit was late but it was a finished check directed properly. Straight to the chest. He showed concussion-like symptoms so they used precaution by pulling him off the bench. I was told it was the refs decision but I believe the trainer diagnosed it. If it were Renney he would've put him in net.
It was later than the Chara hit. A late hit is not properly finished, that makes no sense.

How that wasnt called and Harty's nudge on JOkinien was blows my freaking mind.

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he seemed fine on after hours on CBC
From what I gathered from the post game this was just the new concussion rule being used. Two doctors looked him over as he was slow to get up and according to them looked woosy.


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not necessarily. but i suspect we might hear anytime now...."The Oilers have announced that Paajaarvi has a mild concussion and will miss the rest of the season".....just add him to the pile....there's still time left for Dubnyk, Omark, Gilbert and Eberle to get injured, then we can ice a complete AHL team!
If that actually happens... Ohhh Lordy.

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He got hit so hard that he lost a J, an A, and some umlauts.
He got kicked in the umlauts.

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PRV is fine, The doctors took him through the test and cleared him after the game + he even said on After Hours he feels fine.

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