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06-22-2011, 03:01 AM
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Seabrook and Bolland??

I was looking around and couldn't find any information on these guys

How are there injuries coming along?

I gotta say watching them play when they where clearly not 100% showed how much balls and heart these guys have

Thanx

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06-22-2011, 05:12 AM
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i do believe both are still dtd with "upper body injuries" lol

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Bolland said a few weeks ago he is 100% recovered from his concussion. Haven't heard anything about Seabrook.

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they will be back to beat your Nucks... thats all you should care about

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They are not too injured to be golfing. So I would think they would be ready to play the 'nucks

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Bolland said he was back to normal.

Seabrook, we've heard nothing about... but with all the time off I'm sure he'll be ready to start the season at 100%. Given the fact that he actually played in Games 6 and 7, I'd be surprised if he isn't already back to normal.

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Bolland said he was back to normal.

Seabrook, we've heard nothing about... but with all the time off I'm sure he'll be ready to start the season at 100%. Given the fact that he actually played in Games 6 and 7, I'd be surprised if he isn't already back to normal.
Thanx for the info both guys are solid players

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It sucks that we have some young players with concussion history right now. I want to keep watching these guys play for a long time. I'm hoping their back to 100% or close!

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If they weren't 100%, they would not have returned for the series. There's no way they would have rushed Bolland and Seabrook back from concussion with a risk of suffering Second-Impact Syndrome (SIS).

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If they weren't 100%, they would not have returned for the series. There's no way they would have rushed Bolland and Seabrook back from concussion with a risk of suffering Second-Impact Syndrome (SIS).
Not all that true even Bolland admitted after series he wasnt 100% and still had headaches

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Not all that true even Bolland admitted after series he wasnt 100% and still had headaches
Are you sure? If that's true, I'm highly disspointed in the training staff.

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Are you sure? If that's true, I'm highly disspointed in the training staff.
yeah sorry tried to find more info but couldnt but i remember alot of our local media going off that if he wasnt 100% could u image what he couldve done if he was

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yeah sorry tried to find more info but couldnt but i remember alot of our local media going off that if he wasnt 100% could u image what he couldve done if he was
If Bolland played with concussion symptoms, they should re-evaluate the training stadd. I'm pretty sure that wouldn't be following NHL concussion protocol. I didn't hear anything so I don't think he did, but if you show me something that shows Bolland saying he still had headaches, post it. I also think your training staff should be re-evaluated, too, after Raymond wasn't taken off on a stretcher.

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If Bolland played with concussion symptoms, they should re-evaluate the training stadd. I'm pretty sure that wouldn't be following NHL concussion protocol. I didn't hear anything so I don't think he did, but if you show me something that shows Bolland saying he still had headaches, post it. I also think your training staff should be re-evaluated, too, after Raymond wasn't taken off on a stretcher.
Totally agree with that even Mike Gillis let it be known that he wasnt happy but in defence ou our head guy he did say he couldnt here what raymind was saying to him when he was talking becasue it was so loud and all the people where yelling flopper

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It was Seabrook who came back with symptoms and most likely got around it by acting retarded in the preseason baseline test.

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If Bolland played with concussion symptoms, they should re-evaluate the training stadd. I'm pretty sure that wouldn't be following NHL concussion protocol. I didn't hear anything so I don't think he did, but if you show me something that shows Bolland saying he still had headaches, post it. I also think your training staff should be re-evaluated, too, after Raymond wasn't taken off on a stretcher.

Dave Bolland commented that he will use the off-season to fully recover from the concussion he suffered in early March."My head's feeling pretty good," he said. "It's probably not tip-top, but it's feeling way better than it was when everything happened. This will be time to really get some rest and relax and let everything cool down." He returned during Chicago's playoff series against Vancouver and played a gigantic role in getting the Hawks to a Game 7. Bolland registered two goals and four assists in four games versus Vancouver to help Chicago claw their way back from a 3-0 deficit in the series. Apr 29, 6:49 AMSource: Chicago Tribune

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When you're that close, I'm sure they could hear each other. When I'm in a crowd chanting something, I can still hear my buddy, my cousin, my dad, or whoever's right next to me.

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Dave Bolland commented that he will use the off-season to fully recover from the concussion he suffered in early March."My head's feeling pretty good," he said. "It's probably not tip-top, but it's feeling way better than it was when everything happened. This will be time to really get some rest and relax and let everything cool down." He returned during Chicago's playoff series against Vancouver and played a gigantic role in getting the Hawks to a Game 7. Bolland registered two goals and four assists in four games versus Vancouver to help Chicago claw their way back from a 3-0 deficit in the series. Apr 29, 6:49 AMSource: Chicago Tribune
Interesting. He might have been feeling haze.

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When you're that close, I'm sure they could hear each other. When I'm in a crowd chanting something, I can still hear my buddy, my cousin, my dad, or whoever's right next to me.
they said when Raymond was on the ice the DB meter was at 120 which is pretty damn loud and remember nhl areanas are a bowl so the sound all goes into the actual playing surface

•Near total silence - 0 dB
•A whisper - 15 dB
•Normal conversation - 60 dB
•A lawnmower - 90 dB
•A car horn - 110 dB
•A rock concert or a jet engine - 120 dB
•A gunshot or firecracker - 140 dB

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Interesting. He might have been feeling haze.
Either way wasnt 100% and he addmited it and I also remeber an article here in Vancouver that after his comments the NHL had a word with the hawks because they weren't to happy over the whole thing

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I don't subscribe to the theory of possibly harming someones long term health in exchange for playing a couple of games. If he did come back early, it was warrior like of him. But it was wrong if he wasn't 100%

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