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04-05-2006, 11:34 PM
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Kyle Bailey injury?

This is on the Game Sheet for Portland (WHL) and Seattle (WHL) playoff game tonight.

From www.whl.ca:

"GAME NOTES: There was a 15 minute delay at 0:52 of the 2nd period to tend to an injury to Portland player #32 Kyle Bailey."

Hope its not serious but a 15 minute delay doesn't sound too good.

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04-06-2006, 12:54 AM
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He broke his ankle badly, and possibly separated it as well according to Portland radio. In any case, he is done for the rest of the playoffs.

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Yah, he's done. The ankle was twisted around badly. Its a shame too ... he's loved here as a heart-and-soul guy who pitches in big goals, wins faceoffs, hits hard, and is responsible defensively. I posted a pic here on the Rangers' prospect thread ... its not pretty. Aparently he told Dubinsky (19) to win the game while he was being wheeled off.

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Man, that sounds nasty. Injuries like that really make me squirm. I looked at that picture, and the cast/boot thing doesn't make it look too good... but you can't really see much.

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ouch ouch ouch


in the pic it looks like he doesnt have a right foot

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Some pictures and information here.

Jes Gőlbez also has a mention of it on his blog.

I don't know much about him though from what I've heard he's a decent enough depth prospect albeit one with limited upside, and evidently an extremely popular player.

A decent amount of information on him at the Winterhawks site, as well as an interview of sorts.

He's out for the season of course, and it would seem to be a potential career ending injury as what little information I can find would seem to imply he may never be able to skate properly again.

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Some pictures and information here.
In the second to the last picture he looks like he is in a LOT of pain....

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He's out for the season of course, and it would seem to be a potential career ending injury as what little information I can find would seem to imply he may never be able to skate properly again.
Here's hoping that's not the case, but it certainly sounds sickening. I remember when Robin Ventura had the same thing happen to him sliding into home a number of years ago. Ugly, ugly injury.

Here's hoping everything turns out okay.

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Update

Bailey had surgery on the ankle, and the injury was not as bad as initially feared. The doctor said it was a broken and dislocated ankle, and it was the dislocation that made it look as bad as it was. Bailey is expected to make a full recovery in about 3-4 months. No threat to his career.

Also, as a side note, to the sort of character player Bailey is, he called his team mates before game one against the heavily favored Vancouver team. Winter Hawks won that first game 1-0.

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Bailey had surgery on the ankle, and the injury was not as bad as initially feared. The doctor said it was a broken and dislocated ankle, and it was the dislocation that made it look as bad as it was. Bailey is expected to make a full recovery in about 3-4 months. No threat to his career.

Also, as a side note, to the sort of character player Bailey is, he called his team mates before game one against the heavily favored Vancouver team. Winter Hawks won that first game 1-0.
Fantastic news. Thanks for the update.

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I admit I've never seen him play and don't know much about him.

I know he gets a ton of PLMS lol..and scores a tad...

Is he your prototype 4th line grinder, or whats his story?

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Bailey had surgery on the ankle, and the injury was not as bad as initially feared. The doctor said it was a broken and dislocated ankle, and it was the dislocation that made it look as bad as it was. Bailey is expected to make a full recovery in about 3-4 months. No threat to his career.

Also, as a side note, to the sort of character player Bailey is, he called his team mates before game one against the heavily favored Vancouver team. Winter Hawks won that first game 1-0.


good to hear.

speedy recovery "bails"

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