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02-09-2013, 03:15 PM
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Peter Regin: Chest Injury

Just spoked by Deano during the broadcast.

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02-09-2013, 03:16 PM
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Da Costa's time to shine.

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God damn it

If he's out for a while I think it's safe to assume his NHL career is done

Good thing Da Costa is looking real solid

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Did they say chest for sure?

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Yea they said chest. I have no idea what happened either. I don't think theres too much stuff that can go wrong with your chest...hopefully its not a torn pec or something serious.

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The chest is connected to the shoulder...

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That's what Deano said.

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Any idea what play caused it? If he took a puck in a funny spot could just be serious bruising or a cracked rib depending on how loose they are being about injury location

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He blocked a shot with his chest. Hopefully just a bad bruise :|

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Poor guy. String together two solid games for the first time in over a year and get injured.

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He blocked a shot with his chest. Hopefully just a bad bruise :|
If it's from a blocked shot then it shouldn't be too bad

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It is not bad luck. It is an injury prone player. How many times do we have to get bit with this guy? They put him at center to boot making it harder to replace him when he's out.

Maybe he needs to hit the gym a little harder and smarter. This is not bad luck.

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It is not bad luck. It is an injury prone player. How many times do we have to get bit with this guy? They put him at center to boot making it harder to replace him when he's out.

Maybe he needs to hit the gym a little harder and smarter. This is not bad luck.
Taking a puck to the chest is not injury prone, it is a bad luck play. My god, c'mon

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Taking a puck to the chest is not injury prone, it is a bad luck play. My god, c'mon
You're right. Everyone who blocks a shot is immediately injured and out of the game. I forgot hockey players are made of glass.

It. Is. Not. Bad. Luck.

Are you guys Danish? Are you related to Regin? How many injuries after a handful of games are you willing to accept before you see a pattern?

I like Regin. Talented guy. And every time they rely on him he gets injured. Three years runnin' now.....

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Sami Salo.

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More like a less talented Tim Connolly.

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02-09-2013, 04:32 PM
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Sit out Smith, call up Grant.

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02-09-2013, 04:45 PM
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Sit out Smith??

Oh my goodness.

You guys keep those dreams of riding Peter Regin and Stephane DaCosta to the Stanley Cup. I'm sure that will work out.

Too many of the same type of skill player does not equate to an overall increase in team scoring. There has to be the right mix.

Whatever. I give up.

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Yeah Smith with his ****** play really equates to the team winning there Don Cherry.

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You're right. Everyone who blocks a shot is immediately injured and out of the game. I forgot hockey players are made of glass.

It. Is. Not. Bad. Luck.

Are you guys Danish? Are you related to Regin? How many injuries after a handful of games are you willing to accept before you see a pattern?

I like Regin. Talented guy. And every time they rely on him he gets injured. Three years runnin' now.....
Nah, I just use a little something I like to call BRAIN

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02-09-2013, 05:19 PM
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Lundin played terrible. Greening played terrible. Condra wasn't good. Michalek was awful.

This is not a complaint about European players. Alfie and Karlsson are my favorite players. This is a complaint against oft-injured centers who you come to rely on who are constantly out of the lineup because they are made of freaking glass.

I want a tough team. But I don't mean that to be a team full of fighters. Mentally tough. Tough on the puck. Hard to beat. They were none of that today and too many of the same type of player is not a good thing. You can make up your own minds as to what constitutes the same type of player.

Anyway, the game today sucked but it's one game and so be it. There will undoubtedly be lineup changes.

As for Regin, maybe we should move on from this player at some point. Maybe not yet. I agree that he's a good guy and has talent. But he is fragile and not the guy I want with the puck on his stick when the game's on the line. Seriously, when they said he was out of the lineup because of a chest injury I literally rolled my eyes. It's not like he's some rough-and-tumble guy where you could understand these types of injuries.

This is NOT bad luck.

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God damn it

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He is being investigated for a sternum injury.

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Sit out Smith, call up Grant.
I'd do that too. Yesterday

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what the hell is there to injure in your chest? Did he have a heart attack or something?

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