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04-03-2012, 10:40 PM
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Hopefully it's just a slight hyperextension or something. I did that once and limped around for a day or two, but was okay after that.

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04-03-2012, 10:42 PM
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you can walk without a limp with a blown acl/mcl, i knew people in college that did it. The initial pain is immense but until you get surgery there's really no pain. You just can't do anything remotely athletic on it because you have zero stability.

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04-03-2012, 10:47 PM
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Key here is that he is not wearing anything on knee or leg, Like I said earlier,think it was just a tweek,but we shall see soon enough,Beads are out for prayers

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I hope he is ok but the wheel chair could be a precautionary measure.

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I hope he is ok but the wheel chair could be a precautionary measure.
I was put in a wheelchair for 10 stitches to the head and a mild concussion once, when I could walk just fine. Told them I didn't need it, but they insisted. After that, a wheelchair doesn't mean much of anything to me.

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I know a guy that knows a guy... He will be fine: this is hockey, not baseball.



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I happened to miss the 'injury' on 55, but I wanted to chime in --

If he was limping, it could be anything, really. You can definitely walk/limp with a torn ACL/MCL/LCL/PCL. Some people don't even know they have them until the dreaded MRI reveals it. Though I'd ***** myself if he was out for the rest of the year, I think we'll still be ok.

Anyone have a link/video of the play so I can analyze the mechanism of injury??

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04-03-2012, 11:11 PM
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Exactly..reports he only half limped out of the rink and now he's suddenly only a week away from a return. MRI please...
Yeah, we'll have to wait for MRI results...here's keeping my fingers crossed.

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It looked bad but since he limped off on his own maybe there is hope.

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I was put in a wheelchair for 10 stitches to the head and a mild concussion once, when I could walk just fine. Told them I didn't need it, but they insisted. After that, a wheelchair doesn't mean much of anything to me.
It is standard protocol. Liability is the reason behind it. They are going to treat you but be assured, they are covering their own butts at the same time.

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I was put in a wheelchair for 10 stitches to the head and a mild concussion once, when I could walk just fine. Told them I didn't need it, but they insisted. After that, a wheelchair doesn't mean much of anything to me.
You are probably right but in the 10 years I have been sitting there it is the very first time I have ever seen they wheel a chair into the tunnel to take some one out.

Rest up Johnny B. I hope you will be fine soon.

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Please please please hockey gods give the Bruins a break for the first time all year?

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Boychuk is one tough customer, so let's try to stay positive.

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Are customers as tough as hombres?

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you can walk without a limp with a blown acl/mcl, i knew people in college that did it. The initial pain is immense but until you get surgery there's really no pain. You just can't do anything remotely athletic on it because you have zero stability.
to my knowledge this is correct. in high school i tore my mcl and miniscus on a leg check, was able to limp off the ice and around the next few days until i got my brace/crutches

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04-03-2012, 11:52 PM
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Just as tough as hombres, if not tougher..lol

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If McQuaid is back there's no need to rush Boychuk back.
Corvo should be able to handle the Sens.

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Hopefully just a tweak or a sprain.

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I was the one that suggested broken femur..Only cause I had it happen on the exact same play and when I watched my replay it looked very similar..I also said it was probably not a broken femur but a remote possibility. It looked bad and I think everyone will agree when they watched the replay they had thoughts of not seeing Johnny B. again this season...Of course we all pray otherwise
actually, the femur is above the knee boys. You all were talking about either the fibula or tibia

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Corvo should be able to handle the Sens.
Corvo can't handle a cup of coffee without spilling it.

I'd play Mottau over him. Heck, I'd welcome back Dave Lewis over Corvo. Guy can handle a puck in the offensive zone, but defensively? Good grief!

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Corvo can't handle a cup of coffee without spilling it.

I'd play Mottau over him. Heck, I'd welcome back Dave Lewis over Corvo. Guy can handle a puck in the offensive zone, but defensively? Good grief!
I've become as big a detractor of Corvo as anybody (well, OK...maybe not anybody), but the few games I've seen Mottau he's looked pretty overmatched to me. That Mottau/Zanon pairing against the Rangers was just brutal - and it wasn't Zanon's fault for the most part. Bottom line is both Corvo and Mottau scare the feces out of me...pick your poison IMO.

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If McQuaid is back there's no need to rush Boychuk back.
Corvo should be able to handle the Sens.
Yikes, does that mean Krug is out too?

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Lol @ the wheel chair. Is he going to change his name to Paul pierce?

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Yikes, does that mean Krug is out too?
Krug is not eligible to play in the playoffs. Otherwise it'd be a better idea than corvo

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04-04-2012, 05:38 AM
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Hopefully it's just a slight hyperextension or something. I did that once and limped around for a day or two, but was okay after that.
True. You can see a knee bend in funny ways, and it just be a week or so of rest to heal up. My daughter was playing 3rd base when a player slid into her and hit her knee, and it bent in a way it wasn't supposed to. Hurt a lot when she did it, but within a week everything was fine. I know Chara's knee bent really funny last fall, and he was okay.

That said you can also have a serious tear. Knees sometimes take a few days to a week to sort out as well.

Knees are weird-so I am going to hope for the best but still suspect it is probably going to end up being a 4 to 6 week recovery type injury.

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