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07-06-2012, 02:29 PM
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Valadmir Tarsenko looking better and better...jesus what a ****ing WASTE of a draft pick; 10th overall ARE YOU KIDDING ME???

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Valadmir Tarsenko looking better and better...jesus what a ****ing WASTE of a draft pick; 10th overall ARE YOU KIDDING ME???
Neither have played a game in the NHL. Relax.

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I would sign up for that anyday of the week and twice on Sunday.

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lol at his stock dropping...these boards...
Just wait. If history is any indication, the real drama and overreactions wont start until page two of this thread.

Then people will get personal and then the thread will get closed.

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The physical stay at home guy hit an opposing forward... What could he possibly have been thinking...?
I was just going by what was said in the rookie training camp thread when rumors his injury due to a dumb hitting attempt....

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Just wait. If history is any indication, the real drama and overreactions wont start until page two of this thread.

Then people will get personal and then the thread will get closed.
Been here a while, huh Edge?

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Been here a while, huh Edge?
The names change, the roles they play stay the same.

It's like Bill Cosby talked about regarding parenthood.

"This is what I call the same thing happening every night."

Long story short, it starts with mischief and ends with beatings.

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The names change, the roles they play stay the same.

It's like Bill Cosby talked about regarding parenthood.

"This is what I call the same thing happening every night."

Long story short, it starts with mischief and ends with beatings.
I know the Cosby bit. True on all counts. Especially the name changes, but the roles remain the same. I need Dedalus to return here to quell some arguments.

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07-06-2012, 02:44 PM
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I wonder if this is a smokescreen. McIlrath could be wanted by Howson in a trade, and the Rangers took him out of play.

I'm reaching here.
Now if only Sather could fake some more injuries for the rest of our prospects.

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07-06-2012, 02:55 PM
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I've dislocated the kneecap in both knees (separate injuries). My left knee, the dislocation tore the meniscus and only required a scope. The kneecap popped back into place right after the dislocation. The downtime was much longer than it should have been because I didn't have the surgery right away. The day of my surgery, I was running up the stairs in the hospital. From surgery to back to 100%, probably 3 months.

My right knee was worse. I dislocated AND broke the kneecap, and it didn't slide back into place. Yes, it was very painful. Two shots of morphine and I was still in pain. I hurt that knee playing roller hockey on base up in Newfoundland in 1993, and it was a long ride to the hospital in St. John's. I had the surgery for that one within a week of the injury, but they had to slice it open and take out parts of my kneecap. I was back to 100% within 5 or 6 months, I think.

McIlrath's injury is probably more like my first one. Probably just needs a scope to clean up the cartilage. I'd guess he should be back to 100% within 6-8 weeks.

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07-06-2012, 02:56 PM
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I knew there was more to it, everyone else was dismissing it as a 'bruise' when no official word had been released. Even after I pointed out Clark saying they still didn't know if it was serious or not.

I'll leave the stock projections to the rest of ya's

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I think Kyle Jean just got a reprieve from getting pounded by Big Mac during a scrimmage.

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07-06-2012, 03:00 PM
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I was just going by what was said in the rookie training camp thread when rumors his injury due to a dumb hitting attempt....
We can find numerous 'dumb hitting events' in any NHL game including Stanley Cup finals--more or less occurs when things don't happen the way the guy throwing the check intended them to. Call it even a bad read--but these happen all frigging season long and no one is exempt--so the idea that you want to land on a 20 year old prepping for his first pro season is IMO more than a little absurd. He's not some finished product. He needs to develop--par for the course for defensemen who are as young as he is.

McIlrath in any case should be hitting Kyle Jean whenever a good opportunity arises. And if Jean has a problem with it it's too ****ing bad--but it's the major reason why we drafted Dylan where we did in the first place.

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a physical dman accumulating injuries and surgeries before he has even entered the NHL... not good.

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07-06-2012, 03:04 PM
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I've dislocated the kneecap in both knees (separate injuries). My left knee, the dislocation tore the meniscus and only required a scope. The kneecap popped back into place right after the dislocation. The downtime was much longer than it should have been because I didn't have the surgery right away. The day of my surgery, I was running up the stairs in the hospital. From surgery to back to 100%, probably 3 months.

My right knee was worse. I dislocated AND broke the kneecap, and it didn't slide back into place. Yes, it was very painful. Two shots of morphine and I was still in pain. I hurt that knee playing roller hockey on base up in Newfoundland in 1993, and it was a long ride to the hospital in St. John's. I had the surgery for that one within a week of the injury, but they had to slice it open and take out parts of my kneecap. I was back to 100% within 5 or 6 months, I think.

McIlrath's injury is probably more like my first one. Probably just needs a scope to clean up the cartilage. I'd guess he should be back to 100% within 6-8 weeks.
Sounds like you really have a good idea of what Cherneski went through. I remember reading about how much agony it was for him right after he got hit.

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a physical dman accumulating injuries and surgeries before he has even entered the NHL... not good.
Go scout out TSN player profiles for physical d-men who never ever get hurt. I don't think you'll find many.

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a physical dman accumulating injuries and surgeries before he has even entered the NHL... not good.
Quite common, and part of the learning process.

There are few players, forwards or defensemen, who play a physical game that don't get hurt at some point or another.

Iginla may be one of the few exceptions and I'm just not sure he's human.

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I've never seen a draft pick butt hurt more posters than this one. Wait until he gets his first suspension, misconduct, etc for playing his style of game. It's going to be McArmegeddon on this board.

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Looks like I'm checking in on this thread just in time. Got the info, a taste of crazy driveling...

So out 8 weeks conservatively? Like how he's progressing. Seems like his stock keeps rising.

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i said BEFORE THEY ENTER THE NHL...

hurts development and increases the risks of future problems.
The likelihood of him making the club next season takes a hit as well.

whoa i'm sorry, the fantasy league GMs have spoken.

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07-06-2012, 03:13 PM
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I've never seen a draft pick butt hurt more posters than this one. Wait until he gets his first suspension, misconduct, etc for playing his style of game. It's going to be McArmegeddon on this board.
let's see him make the club first.

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Some of the responses in this thread are absolutely moronic. I don't miss this place.

Dylan will likely be fine. And July is not the worst time for this to happen.

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i said BEFORE THEY ENTER THE NHL...

hurts development and increases the risks of future problems.
The likelihood of him making the club next season takes a hit as well.

whoa i'm sorry, the fantasy league GMs have spoken.
He's out six to eight weeks. It's not like he has a concussion, a torn MCL and a torn ACL.

And as has been stated, it's not uncommon for physical players to get hurt, even before they turn pro.

Is it ideal? No, of course not. But it's not the end of the world, nor is it somehow tied into a bigger picture of his stock dropping.

He still projects as the same player he's always projected as. And if he doesn't make it, it will not be because of this injury.

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No offense to some of you guys, but this injury is nothing like the injuries you are describing that happened to yourselves. It's hard to tell (from the information reported), but it sounds like this is just an isolated knee cap dislocation, with no other complications (such as a meniscus tear, major ligament tear, etc.). In the grand scheme of things, it really isn't that big a deal. He will easily be ready for training camp.

Like RB said, he'll have surgery to have the surrounding tissue that holds the knee cap in place tightened, and the chance of re-occurance is slim. He'll be back after about 6 weeks of rehab. Not that bad an injury.

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No offense to some of you guys, but this injury is nothing like the injuries you are describing that happened to yourselves. It's hard to tell (from the information reported), but it sounds like this is just an isolated knee cap dislocation, with no other complications (such as a meniscus tear, major ligament tear, etc.). In the grand scheme of things, it really isn't that big a deal. He will easily be ready for training camp.

Like RB said, he'll have surgery to have the surrounding tissue that holds the knee cap in place tightened, and the chance of re-occurance is slim. He'll be back after about 6 weeks of rehab. Not that bad an injury.
Ding, ding, ding, ding, ding, ding.

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