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10-10-2011, 05:56 PM
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Honestly though, have any of the team's current injuries come from a dirty play? No "enforcer" or more team toughness or whatever people are complaining about would have changed anything.
No, they haven't. Everyone you quoted knows this, unfortunately some people like to shape arguments(that are not even there) around their opinions.

According to some people on this board, if we had a few more bigger and "tougher" players, no injuries would ever occur.

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10-10-2011, 05:59 PM
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No, they haven't. Everyone you quoted knows this, unfortunately some people like to shape arguments(that are not even there) around their opinions.

According to some people on this board, if we had a few more bigger and "tougher" players, no injuries would ever occur.
Law of hockey I guess. That's why we never see any Bruins get injured.

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10-10-2011, 06:02 PM
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10 point game upcoming.
LOL lets just hope he doesn't get injured

That said I hope we make the flames 0-3.

That teams GM needs a wake up call, they need to rebuild. Better they find out that harsh reality now than get lucky for the first half of the season only to drop to 9th by the end of the season.

To be honest I really didn't know. (Some mod merged it and it makes no sense in the context: referring to the Mandela incident )


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10-10-2011, 06:11 PM
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No, they haven't. Everyone you quoted knows this, unfortunately some people like to shape arguments(that are not even there) around their opinions.

According to some people on this board, if we had a few more bigger and "tougher" players, no injuries would ever occur.
None of the Habs injuries in Winnipeg were from dirty play. To say that they were would be far-fetched and stretching the truth.

Sorta like your last statement.

Glad to hear that Eller is cleared to play. Ready to see him in action!!

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10-10-2011, 06:20 PM
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L'harceleur is back!

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http://www.montrealgazette.com/sport...627/story.html


Didn't see this posted anywhere, merge if necessary.


Finally some good news on the injury front! Until Spacek and Cammy are back we'll see:

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10-10-2011, 06:34 PM
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Spacek is dead ? after the deadly, tragic summer, how DARE you make a joke like this...

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I find a fresh Spacek right from the grove makes the omelette perfect.

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10-10-2011, 06:47 PM
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missing two weeks of Cammalleri won't harm the team. We have scoring depth this year in case of injury like that.

I'm not worried about Spacek injury because I want to see more Emelin,Diaz and Weber. I don't care if they make costly mistake in the process ,I just want them to play and learn and become better player. They all have the potential to help this team big time come playoff time

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10-10-2011, 06:52 PM
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missing two weeks of Cammalleri won't harm the team. We have scoring depth this year in case of injury like that.

I'm not worried about Spacek injury because I want to see more Emelin,Diaz and Weber. I don't care if they make costly mistake in the process ,I just want them to play and learn and become better player. They all have the potential to help this team big time come playoff time
Injuries like Cammalleri's are scary. If it's just a flesh wound on his thigh that needs time for the stitches to heal then it's not a big deal. But if it was a bit deeper, and/or a bit closer to the knee....

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10-10-2011, 06:53 PM
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François Gagnon just wrote on his Twitter there is no muscle or tendon damage for Cammalleri. It could have been much worse, it almost looked like when Markov was cut on Price's skate in Toronto two years ago. And we all know how that went...

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François Gagnon just wrote on his Twitter there is no muscle or tendon damage for Cammalleri. It could have been much worse, it almost looked like when Markov was cut on Price's skate in Toronto two years ago. And we all know how that went...
Good news for sure, Cammalleri always scores timely goals for us and we need him to get well fast.

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10-10-2011, 06:57 PM
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Injuries like Cammalleri's are scary. If it's just a flesh wound on his thigh that needs time for the stitches to heal then it's not a big deal. But if it was a bit deeper, and/or a bit closer to the knee....
Honestly, now that this has happened twice to Habs players in the last few years, it should simply be mandatory to wear those cut resistant socks. Sacrifice a bit of comfort (or whatever their issue is for not wearing them) for safety. It's just not worth it...

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10-10-2011, 07:05 PM
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Honestly, now that this has happened twice to Habs players in the last few years, it should simply be mandatory to wear those cut resistant socks. Sacrifice a bit of comfort (or whatever their issue is for not wearing them) for safety. It's just not worth it...
Unfortunately in this case, those wouldn't have made any difference, they are for your calf area, not above your knee.

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10-10-2011, 07:10 PM
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missing two weeks of Cammalleri won't harm the team. We have scoring depth this year in case of injury like that.
He could not be injured and still be missed for 2 weeks, so it's not the absolute worst.

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10-10-2011, 07:18 PM
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10-10-2011, 07:47 PM
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Haha, Cammy.

Let's all remember to give Eller a little leeway in his first couple of games, I hope his faceoffs have improved though.

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10-11-2011, 11:38 AM
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Team 990 reports that JM announced Cammy's out 10-14 days. Deep cut but no muscle or tendon damage. Spacek out 14-21 days.

Could be worse.

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Spacek 2 to 3 weeks. Upper body pain persists. Cammy 10 to 14 days with deep cut. This from #habs head coach.

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Honestly, now that this has happened twice to Habs players in the last few years, it should simply be mandatory to wear those cut resistant socks. Sacrifice a bit of comfort (or whatever their issue is for not wearing them) for safety. It's just not worth it...
didnt gill get cut as well in the playoffs 2 seasons ago?

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Unfortunately in this case, those wouldn't have made any difference, they are for your calf area, not above your knee.
In cammy's case it was just bad luck.
standing up that part is not exposed kneeling it is and you're right the sock would not protect

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so what about

desharnais plekanec cole
gionta gomez pacioretty
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Habs dodged a big one with Cammy's injury, could of been much worse...As for Spacek, the team will miss his experience, but it'll give the team an opportunity to see what they really have with Weber, Diaz and Emelin.

Sometimes you have to throw these guys in the deep end to see if they'll swim...especially with Weber who I think the organization has been way too cautious with. I could see him moving onto another organization and finally fufilling his potential because he was given a legitimate shot at a job on defense

Don't turn Weber into Robidas type of situation, though they're different players.

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10-11-2011, 11:50 AM
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Happy Eller will be back. We could use a bigger Center on the 3rd, and having DD as a playmaker winger for him and Kost.

Moen on the 1st line might be an appropriate plug. He sure played well and reliably. I'd rather have a dominant 3rd line alongside a shutout 1st line than trying to makeshift an artificial 1st line and a defensive 3rd line

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Honestly, now that this has happened twice to Habs players in the last few years, it should simply be mandatory to wear those cut resistant socks. Sacrifice a bit of comfort (or whatever their issue is for not wearing them) for safety. It's just not worth it...
Agreed 100% Wear the stupid kevlar or whatever they are socks.

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10-11-2011, 02:52 PM
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Agreed 100% Wear the stupid kevlar or whatever they are socks.
The sock is to protect the Achilles tendon area. It would have done jack all for Cammaleri's cut that was below the knee.

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