I'm with IAZP on this one. There have been far too many set backs for both he and Deadmarsh for me to ge too excited. In this whole process, I think I've taken on more of the mentality of Andy Murray: "we've got to win with what's on the ice". When JA finally puts on a Kings jersey, and actually plays more than one game then I will get excited.
good for him. but la has been palying good this season so no need to have him rushed back
agree... don't rush yourself, Jason!
Though, this is encouraging news... We shouldn't compare the injuries that Deader and Ally have. Remember guys, Allison did NOT have a concussion. It was a whiplash. Two VERY different things. Allison's recovery is different from Deader's. Allison had Post Migraine Disorder that is being helped by medication. This is helping him feel normal again. From the reports we've been hearing lately, Allison seems to be more and more closer to getting back to his old form.
Deadmarsh's injury is more concerning. His prognosis isn't good, Allison's is.
It's great to hear some encouraging news from your camp for a change...but I agree with you when you say don't push it. If you're winning with what you can put out on the ice, then keep using what works and don't push the issue. Trust me on this one - us Wings fans know this all too well...in fact we just got one back, and Henrik had a great night tonight - one goal and two helpers.
If it's a migraine condition he's got to work with now, that's controllable by medicine...but Deadmarsh may not be so easily taken care of. Just take it easy and don't push Jason into coming back before he feels he's ready to come back.