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05-14-2011, 12:03 PM
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i dont see how a shoulder operation stops you from building up your lower body strength.
I'm not sure if you're being serious or not?

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LOL @ those Bruins fans who were SO SURE he dove on the play.
Bruins fans think our players always either dive or intentionally turn their backs when about to get hit. It's a good thing they have a few smart ones that actually recognize what's going on or else their hole fan base would be branded as the most dim people in sports.


Eller's going to remember that one as a PO battle wound.

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But he was diving.

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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...



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.
Beer and poutine is always good bro. I think it could help Eller.

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Maybe he played hurt the whole time.

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Beer and poutine is always good bro. I think it could help Eller.
Latendresse diet!

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Two guys who could have really used this summer to get stronger (Leblanc, Eller) now are not enjoying the the opportunity. I swear this team gets setbacks earlier and earlier every year. (aware Leblanc wouldn't be a Hab, but his development in the A isn't getting helped by this) At this point I honestly expect our 1st-round pick, whoever that ends up being to trip and fall on his walk to the podium and break his jaw.

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05-14-2011, 12:17 PM
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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
It's not because he can't put weights on his shoulders that he can't strengthen his lower body.
He can do air squats, lunges, curls, extensions, jumps, biking, stairmaster, steps, pose running, adductors machine, pulley kicks, ankle weights, etc...

There are a multitude of exercises that do not put much of a strand on the shoulders.
But I would assume he will be about 2months completely off, and then start his rehab.


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05-14-2011, 12:18 PM
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i dont see how a shoulder operation stops you from building up your lower body strength.
Squats and Dead-lift both require you to have the use of your arms and shoulders.

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05-14-2011, 12:24 PM
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Latendresse diet!
He is wealthy because of it.

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Both Pacs and Eller injured and likely to miss early next season? That's great.

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Both Pacs and Eller injured and likely to miss early next season? That's great.
Pacioretty was supposed to come back in the 2nd round. I highly doubt he won't be able to return by training camp.

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05-14-2011, 12:34 PM
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Squats and Dead-lift both require you to have the use of your arms and shoulders.
yes, because squats and deadlifts are the only two exercises worth doing to strenghthen your lower body...

have you guys ever worked out?

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This means he won't be able to get bigger. Great.
I disagree. He's out 4-6 weeks......but that's out of play for that long. He starts rehabbing well before then and can focus on weight training and strengthening his upper body and shoulders over the summer. It's not the end of the world. He might actually end up more committed to weight training over the next few months.

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I expected something like this to be announced. The way he fell, and the way he reacted as he fell, told me it would be a serious injury. Now I just hope he takes time to rehabilitate the injury properly, put on some weight and come back even stronger next season.

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So many injuries to this team... I hope he comes back stronger!

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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.
It happens more than you think. Recent example, Sharks are in the 3rd round and currently missing one regular in Huskins (their #6 defenseman). Are having day-to-day/7-10 days injuries common? Sure, like you said happens to every team. But having a bunch of injuries needing multiple players to miss months? Not so much, just bad luck. We don't have it the worst, but as an organization we could definitely have it much better in terms of injuries. Not many playoff teams have multiple big minute players out for the season or indefinitely.

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Two guys who could have really used this summer to get stronger (Leblanc, Eller) now are not enjoying the the opportunity. I swear this team gets setbacks earlier and earlier every year. (aware Leblanc wouldn't be a Hab, but his development in the A isn't getting helped by this) At this point I honestly expect our 1st-round pick, whoever that ends up being to trip and fall on his walk to the podium and break his jaw.
No, breaking his jaw won't really affect his development or his play. More likely he'll shred his MCL.

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If it's a torn rotator cuff I feel bad for him.

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I disagree. He's out 4-6 weeks......but that's out of play for that long. He starts rehabbing well before then and can focus on weight training and strengthening his upper body and shoulders over the summer. It's not the end of the world. He might actually end up more committed to weight training over the next few months.
Actually, it says 4-6 months.

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05-14-2011, 01:23 PM
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Actually, it says 4-6 months.
I think he means of the actual season, at worst.

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the worst part is that the recovery time for this injury is massive. lecavalier and jagr are recent examples of players that came back from shoulder surgeries but the strength took a long time to rebuild. there shooting struggled as a result.

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It's not because he can't put weights on his shoulders that he can't strengthen his lower body.
He can do air squats, lunges, curls, extensions, jumps, biking, stairmaster, steps, pose running, adductors machine, pulley kicks, ankle weights, etc...

There are a multitude of exercises that do not put much of a strand on the shoulders.
Have you seen how light Eller is? Him doing squats with no weights wouldn't build up significant strength. Also a lot of these exercises you mention require good balance and when you have a major injury, it affects your balance.

He isn't going to build any mass doing biking or stairmaster.

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