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09-29-2012, 01:00 AM
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Some of you are hilarious. We don't even know the extent of the "injury" and you're already crying like babies.
Imagine if he had been hit by a bus crossing the street.

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09-29-2012, 01:03 AM
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Some of you are hilarious. We don't even know the extent of the "injury" and you're already crying like babies.
He shouldn't be playing over there. None of them should. Their union is as much to blame for the lockout as the owners.... And many of the players in the union won't be offered roster spots and paychecks in bs euro leagues.

They are doing it wrong .... If this lockout goes on for long , the elite players taking vacation jobis near the casinos in Montenegro are half to blame. Show some balls and put the pressure on your representation to get the deal done.

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He shouldn't be playing over there. None of them should. Their union is as much to blame for the lockout as the owners.... And many of the players in the union won't be offered roster spots and paychecks in bs euro leagues.

They are doing it wrong .... If this lockout goes on for long , the elite players taking vacation jobis near the casinos in Montenegro are half to blame. Show some balls and put the pressure on your representation to get the deal done.
I agree. Enough selfishness & blame to go around.

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09-29-2012, 01:15 AM
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Some of you are hilarious. We don't even know the extent of the "injury" and you're already crying like babies.
Oh please, calm down. Our newly acquired star player is possibly injured and you're calling people names for being worried? Who cares if no one knows the extent of the injury, there's a thread about it right? People are discussing it, coming in here and calling them babies for it is just dumb.

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09-29-2012, 03:55 AM
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He shouldn't be playing over there. None of them should. Their union is as much to blame for the lockout as the owners.... And many of the players in the union won't be offered roster spots and paychecks in bs euro leagues.

They are doing it wrong .... If this lockout goes on for long , the elite players taking vacation jobis near the casinos in Montenegro are half to blame. Show some balls and put the pressure on your representation to get the deal done.
Finally, some one who acknowledges that a union can be at fail. People constantly say "the greedy owners"... When its the players getting the 57% revenue split, no? The owners are asking that it be similar to what other pro sports leagues have establish and I don't think there is anything wrong with that.

The union is without a doubt mostly to blame for this lock out. The players are to blame. To them, going over seas and collecting a fact paycheck is just fine. We suffer, the team suffers, the sport in the united states suffers.

If Nash is seriously injured and this lock out goes a full season I am no longer going to watch hockey in the NHL. 20 years I have been following this team. Im barely old enough to have any memories of the 1994 cup run outside of a vivid few, but I have been watching hockey since I was 4.

This should have been a serious year of contention for the Rangers and between Gaboriks injury and now a potential Nash injury and lock out, this could be a null year for the entire NHL. Sorry to vent again folks its just unbelievably frustrating and if any one here knows the pain, its you guys.

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09-29-2012, 07:40 AM
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Rick Nash not injured too seriousy. Shoulder is bruised. He'll be sidelined for about one week.
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09-29-2012, 08:06 AM
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This should be a wake up call for Nash and the other NHL players playing in Europe. Get your ***** back on a plane and fly back to North America. Its not worth it.

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09-29-2012, 08:17 AM
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This just in..Nash sneezes..Could be life threatening...Will miss at least 6 months..

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09-29-2012, 08:23 AM
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i bet nash was having fun over there before the injury... not to mention making money.

if there was a season nash would be devoting his time to it-- but there isn't so he's playing hockey elsewhere. he's staying in shape and keeping focused. teams play preseason games and risk injury, where's the difference?

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09-29-2012, 09:31 AM
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From NYR, MRI reveals no damage to Nash shoulder, is apparently day to day for Davos...
https://twitter.com/NYP_Brooksie/sta...52397139058690

The Rangers must have spoken to the agent Joe Resnick or to the team in Switzerland. They can't talk to Nash about anything. The Rangers doctors can't examine Nash if they wanted to.

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09-29-2012, 09:32 AM
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i bet nash was having fun over there before the injury... not to mention making money.

if there was a season nash would be devoting his time to it-- but there isn't so he's playing hockey elsewhere. he's staying in shape and keeping focused. teams play preseason games and risk injury, where's the difference?
While I don't like the injury risk either, consider last years nba season. These euro games ARE the preseason and very well may be the only thing keeping some players ready and in shape should the real season begin. So while there is a potential downside, us and other teams who have star players abroad will be thankful when they're forced quickly into a regular season but are ready to go

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If the report is correct, and its not a head injury, im thrilled. Shoulder can be bad, so im still not relieved. But i feel better than i did when i saw the headline.

A fractured rib would be good news. Nice and clean.

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What I don't understand is how there's hitting in a Euro league?


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09-29-2012, 12:29 PM
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09-29-2012, 01:02 PM
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Rick Nash's MRI on shoulder reveals bone bruise but no structural damage, News confirms. He's day-to-day (in better shape than the lockout)
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The Rangers must have spoken to the agent Joe Resnick or to the team in Switzerland. They can't talk to Nash about anything. The Rangers doctors can't examine Nash if they wanted to.
No doubt his agent would downplay the injury. I have a hard time believing anything coming out of the Nash camp or any other high profile players regarding an injury.

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09-29-2012, 01:46 PM
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Don't care if it's not serious. Still pissed it was Nash of all people.

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09-29-2012, 03:36 PM
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While I don't like the injury risk either, consider last years nba season. These euro games ARE the preseason and very well may be the only thing keeping some players ready and in shape should the real season begin. So while there is a potential downside, us and other teams who have star players abroad will be thankful when they're forced quickly into a regular season but are ready to go
Good call. However, rationality will get you nowhere--after all, the world is coming to end, if not because of the Nash injury, then on Dec 21st.

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If Nash were to get hurt for an extended period of time, we'd be pretty boned because we traded two roster pieces to get him.

Thats what happens when you sacrifice depth.

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Just read this

Of course it's Nash of all people this happens too. We have the worst luck

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I can't believe how some people can say "the players shouldn't play hockey during the lockout." just tells you how much some can't understand what hockey is and what it takes to maintain the level of physical ability you have once gained.

You seriously believe you'd be better off for having the players do nothing during the lockout instead of playing and skating?

I'll take players maintaining their abilites and risking a season over an injury over not skating and being dead weight and bad shape any time.

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09-29-2012, 04:25 PM
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That's not so badddd. He'll do his due diligence to rest up the shoulder 100%. NYR will tell him to do that and he won't jeopardize things just to play early for Davos.

Better yet, the officiating people told officials and refs to not ref or officiate for any other league because it might risk injury.

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