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05-13-2011, 01:20 PM
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Clowe

It was a huge morale boost that he played game 7, but the guy looks hurt. It didn't look like he was initiating too much body contact to me. I was worried he had a concussion, but it doesn't seem the case which means he's probably playing through pain instead. Is there any information about his injury? Is it likely he sits out for game 1?

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i think its his shoulder

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i think its his shoulder
That's what Burrows and Kesler went through last playoffs.

it will be a big loss for SJ if his shoulder is hurt during the series, even if he is still playing. He can be a difference maker.

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I noticed the same, but he also had pretty big impact with his play at times. And he certainly wasn't afraid to go to the net.

I'm hoping it was just a case of him being careful not to get hurt again or taking an unnecessary penalty (the GI penalty was kind of weak IMO).

I the days off before the next series will help a lot, I think.

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He nailed Kronwall in the offensive zone. He was a step slower at times, but he picked some key moments for physicality.

I don't have much concern for Clowe.

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He nailed Kronwall in the offensive zone. He was a step slower at times, but he picked some key moments for physicality.

I don't have much concern for Clowe.
An angry Clowe is always a good thing.

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