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05-14-2011, 09:18 AM
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Eller shoulder surgery; out 4-6 months

https://twitter.com/renhockey/status/69404855596355584

Lars Eller opéré à une épaule hier. On parle d'une absence de 4 à 6 mois. Eller surgery yesterday. Out 4 to 6 months.

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The season's barely over and already the injuries are piling on.

Hopefully he'll be back around training camp/preseason time, but that seems to be the earliest estimate.

Props to him for popping that bad boy back into place.

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05-14-2011, 09:22 AM
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There goes any chance that Gomez would be moved or sent to the minors.


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There goes any chance that Gomez would be moved or sent to the minors.

Well, it wouldn't have happened even with a 100% healthy Eller...

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There goes any chance that Gomez would be moved or sent to the minors.

Chances were slim anyways. They will give him one more shot and rightfully so.

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There goes any chance that Gomez would be moved or sent to the minors.

That chance never really existed. If it did, I'm confident that Gauthier is smart enough to realize that if he can find a taker for Gomez he wouldn't hesitate regardless of our injury situation. Eller could be out for a couple of months; Gomez will be an anchor for another three years.

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LOL @ those Bruins fans who were SO SURE he dove on the play.

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so he's gonna miss the 1st month of the season\

here we go

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so he's gonna miss the 1st month of the season\

here we go
If he's back in 4 months, that's mid September so he'd be ready for opening night. Worst case he misses 5-6 weeks, so 15-18 games.

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Well better to get it fixed now then take a chance and doing it after the season has started.

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Will we ever have a year of a healthy lineup ? For even a month at least ? please ?

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Will we ever have a year of a healthy lineup ? For even a month at least ? please ?
That is a very unrealistic expectation, I don't think any NHL team is that lucky. 23 people playing a very physical game, your going to have injuries.

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As part of his rehab I suggest lots of beer and poutine, get some bulk on this kid, for some reason he always looked like nobody was feeding him. His shoulder was weak due to malnutrition. Seriously though, this really sucks big time.

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Maybe Engqvist starts the season in Mtl then.

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Holy ****, even after the season is over it doesn't stop. What a ****ing unlucky year

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More good news.

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This means he won't be able to get bigger. Great.

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As part of his rehab I suggest lots of beer and poutine, get some bulk on this kid, for some reason he always looked like nobody was feeding him. His shoulder was weak due to malnutrition. Seriously though, this really sucks big time.
Yeah, that's the worst part of this news. He won't be able to train this summer in order to bulk up like he'd need to.

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Yeah, that's the worst part of this news. He won't be able to train this summer in order to bulk up like he'd need to.
i dont see how a shoulder operation stops you from building up your lower body strength.

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i dont see how a shoulder operation stops you from building up your lower body strength.
Some of the best exercises for your legs require having weight on your shoulders, or a pulling down on the chair, even leg press he'll struggle with likely. I figure there probably gonna keep an eye on hi in MTL all summer long

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As part of his rehab I suggest lots of beer and poutine, get some bulk on this kid, for some reason he always looked like nobody was feeding him. His shoulder was weak due to malnutrition. Seriously though, this really sucks big time.
He got injured because of malnutrition, and then you suggest he should get drink beer and eat poutine? Yea, I think you're on to something...

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Yeah, that's the worst part of this news. He won't be able to train this summer in order to bulk up like he'd need to.
It's not 4-6 months of sitting at home and not doing anything. It's probably 2months off and then rehab. He'll have time to bulk up during his rehab.
It's like Markov and Gorges, they were said to be out for a year and 6months respectively, but they've been skating and working out for a couple of months now.

Also, bulking up properly takes a couple of years, not a few months.

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Ah sheet. I was really looking forward to Eller in the pre-season next year.

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Ryan Kesler did this.

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Maybe Engqvist starts the season in Mtl then.
Hope he can play the physical game well... he'd be placed on the 4th line until Eller comes back.

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