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01-02-2012, 05:52 PM
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Jagr out 7-10 days with mild left groin strain (Jan. 3)

January 2:

From Tim P.:

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Jagr got speared last game in calf and it began bothering him in second period
From Philly Inq.:

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Jagr says he won't be out long. May play Thurs., but is day to day.
Flyers' Twitter:

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GM Paul Holmgren states that Jaromir Jagr has a lower-body injury and is day-to-day.
January 3:

http://www.csnphilly.com/blog/flyers...948&feedID=695

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As it turns out, Jagr has a mild left groin strain, general manager Paul Holmgren said Tuesday. He will miss seven to 10 games while he recovers.


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Gah that sucks. He looked fine out there in the first too

Hopefully he does not miss much time.

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Best case scenario, really.

Contact injury, so I wouldn't think it would keep him out very long.

Perhaps it tightened up a bit on him during the game.

Much better than his groin.

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Ughhhhhh. All I have to say. Driving home now. He was missed.

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Much better than his groin.
Yes, I was worried that it was his groin again, and he'd be out a lot of games

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Must be one hell of a spear

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http://www.cbssports.com/print/mcc/b...94626/34164255

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He was seen leaving the ice late in the first period to head to the locker room with what was originally described as an equipment issue. But when he left the game for good after just two shifts in the second period it was obvious that it was something related to an injury.

When asked after the game if it was an old injury Jagr simply said, "I got speared last game and there was swelling in that muscle. Maybe because it was too cold and we couldn't heat it."

He would only say that the injury was to his left leg and would not specify where, exactly, the injury was bothering him. He also said that he knew immediately after his second shift in the second period that he wouldn't be able to return to the game, and even though he never took another shift, he remained on the bench the remainder of the game and even hinted that he might have had an opportunity to play in the third period if the Flyers would have had a two-man advantage.

"I like my teammates and wanted to part of that," said Jagr of his decision to return to the bench. "I knew it wasn't going to get any worse if I sit on the bench, and I want to be part of that. I'm part of the team and to sit here I would watch it on TV anyway. That way I was close, and you never know, maybe there would be a power play or a 5-on-3 and coach would put me back in there."

Jagr said he didn't think the injury was serious and that he "should be back soon."


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Shame to hear about Jags. I was curious about what happened to him. Hopefully he'll be solid and ready before we see you guys in feb

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Yeah the cold doesn't help muscles...at least it's not the groin. I think if he played we would have had a different outcome.

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RT @sbaickerCSN: Per Holmgren, Jagr has a mild left groin strain and will be out 7-10 days. #Flyers

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RT @sbaickerCSN: Per Holmgren, Jagr has a mild left groin strain and will be out 7-10 days. #Flyers
It's a calf injury. He was seen pointing to his lower back. It's a groin injury. It's a VIRUS!!!!!

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Today I learned the calf is in the groin.

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At least it was Jagr lying and not Homer

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Veteran winger Jaromir Jagr will be sidelined for 7-10 days, so James van Riemsdyk figures to get the call on the top line.

Van Riemsdyk replaced Jagr on that line, with Claude Giroux and Scott Hartnell, for much of the Flyers' 3-2 loss to the New York Rangers on Monday in the Winter Classic at Citizens Bank park.

"Obviously you work hard and wait for breaks like that. I think I have good chemistry with G, and Hartsy is obviously a great player, too," van Riemsdyk said after the Flyers' optional practice in Voorhees on Tuesday. "It's definitely something than can help (me)....You don't even have to think when you're playing with these guys. I just get open and (Giroux) is unbelievable at finding guys."

"I thought he showed some jump up there," said coach Peter Laviolette, referring to JVR. "He was more noticeable in his game."

Jagr, 39, is out with a groin injury, the Flyers said. On Monday, Jagr said he injured his calf.
http://www.philly.com/philly/blogs/i...#ixzz1iQHpPCcR

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It's a calf injury. He was seen pointing to his lower back. It's a groin injury. It's a VIRUS!!!!!
Hope the concussion doctor is on call.

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I think with all these injury reports and how the infection can spread from calf to groin only Jagr and Holmgren knows what is (not) with him. I only hope that it's more a regular rest for old man in long season than groin problems which can be long-term and bothering.

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I know most of you guys don't care about the All Star Game, but do you think this hurts Jagr's chances for being chosen by the league to participate? The full list of players should be published in 8 days...

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I know most of you guys don't care about the All Star Game, but do you think this hurts Jagr's chances for being chosen by the league to participate? The full list of players should be published in 8 days...
He bloody well better not go if he's chosen! He's 40 years old on his second grin injury of the season, he needs to rest up and think of the team.

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well that poochs our top line point production...

here comes the goal drought/losing streak..

this team is just plain cursed.

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Anatomy with the Philly Flyers:


The knee bone's connected to the immune system
The immune system's connected to the brain bone

The calf bone's connected to the groin bone.
The groin bone's connected to the _______*,

*To be determined

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well that poochs our top line point production...

here comes the goal drought/losing streak..

this team is just plain cursed.
Oh ye of little faith.... Jagr will be back soon. If we can win without Giroux, we can win without Jagr.

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Anatomy with the Philly Flyers:


The groin bone's connected to the _______*,

*To be determined
concussion bone ???

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Anatomy with the Philly Flyers:


The knee bone's connected to the immune system
The immune system's connected to the brain bone

The calf bone's connected to the groin bone.
The groin bone's connected to the _______*,

*To be determined

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Oh ye of little faith.... Jagr will be back soon. If we can win without Giroux, we can win without Jagr.
Boston won 6-0 and Colorado won in a SO with G out.

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