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02-16-2013, 11:57 AM
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Noel said week to week initially so that tells me they know it is at least semi significant . We'll see , disheartening to see that last years injury and this one were from clean relatively soft hits.
By this math two months

Buff was day to day and missed nearly two weeks

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02-16-2013, 12:10 PM
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I would have to say it was a pretty weak hit so it has to be some akward movement at the same time. I do not remember the hit he took last year but you could make a good argument that he is prone to injuries.

This will obviously hurt the team but the Jets will at least have a chance to find out if Postma or Clitsome is worth keeping around beyond next year now. It will also solidify Redmond's roster spot which I think he was already here to stay.

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We have a bunch of money and years tied up in this little guy.....Hope he can shake these injuries off as bad luck or that will hurt our team development

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02-16-2013, 12:13 PM
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By this math two months

Buff was day to day and missed nearly two weeks
So , season ending?

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02-16-2013, 12:14 PM
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I'm quoting this to the other page. I don't care if the clavicle is or isn't part of the collarbone/shoulder/whateverthehell.

Drop it or I have no problem showing you out of the thread. Carry on.
Ruling with an iron clavicle, as usual.

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02-16-2013, 01:30 PM
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We have a bunch of money and years tied up in this little guy.....Hope he can shake these injuries off as bad luck or that will hurt our team development
Has to be bad luck. Guy started his career with almost 300 games played before missing one. And it sucks because he's taken some big hits before and not missed a shift, so it had to be the way he was hit.

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02-16-2013, 01:46 PM
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We'll see what the injury prognosis is , but the two hits within the short time they occurred were not ones that should have resulted in major injuries.

If that is the case , it isn't bad luck , maybe it was good luck he didn't suffer this before. He does his best to avoid contact.

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02-16-2013, 02:05 PM
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If it is clavicle that bone is ridiculously easy to break, and is the most commonly broken bone.
Hit the wrong way and it can happen to anyone, big or small.

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02-16-2013, 02:08 PM
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No, it likely won't. It didn't last year; in fact it is arguable that the Jets played better without him last season when he was injured. Hockey is a team game and no single individual is irreplaceable.

If the Jets continue to struggle it is because they don't have a good enough team on the whole yet, they are lacking talent throughout the lineup. To pin anything on the loss of an individual is a textbook case of missing the bigger picture.
I agree. The rest of the D will just have to clavicle the load.

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JETS AWAITING MRI RESULTS ON D ENSTROM'S SHOULDER

www.tsn.ca/nhl/story/?id=416156


and so we wait....
So...not his clavicle?



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Lol oh you guys.

I was kinda hoping it was the collarbone. Hopefully it's not a major shoulder injury. With Toby's size his point of contact with the boards/ glass is always his shoulder. A serious injury to it could really hurt him long term.

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Interesting read: http://orthopedics.about.com/cs/shou...separation.htm

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I'm pretty sure it's a separated shoulder.


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Has to be bad luck. Guy started his career with almost 300 games played before missing one. And it sucks because he's taken some big hits before and not missed a shift, so it had to be the way he was hit.
It was the angle of his arm when it hit the glass just very awkward

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Lol oh you guys.

I was kinda hoping it was the collarbone. Hopefully it's not a major shoulder injury. With Toby's size his point of contact with the boards/ glass is always his shoulder. A serious injury to it could really hurt him long term.
According to TSN it was his right shoulder that got hurt. His left hit the boards
not his right. So if they are correct it was from the hit and not the impact of the
boards.

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02-17-2013, 10:34 AM
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An MRI was scheduled for yesterday, any results floating around out there yet?

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02-17-2013, 11:13 AM
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An MRI was scheduled for yesterday, any results floating around out there yet?
It would be nice if they would share a little bit of info with us fans from time to time.

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Which "shoulder" was it last year?

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02-17-2013, 05:57 PM
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Really, really just want to know how long we're going to be without Enstrom. Just tell us already!!

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02-17-2013, 08:05 PM
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Noel says 'at least a couple of weeks, and we will take it from there'

Doesn't sound like its a terrible injury? Maybe a shoulder strain??

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02-18-2013, 02:29 AM
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It just pisses me off 'cos history has shown again and again that Enstrom and Byfuglien depend on each other so much and are so much better together then apart...
How many games have we had both of them healthy? And IMO Byfuglien doesn't look fully healed yet...

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02-18-2013, 04:13 AM
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It just pisses me off 'cos history has shown again and again that Enstrom and Byfuglien depend on each other so much and are so much better together then apart...
How many games have we had both of them healthy? And IMO Byfuglien doesn't look fully healed yet...
Agreed Buff doesn't look 100% yet garret. We just can't catch a break with our top 4 D core......ever since the team came to town we have been averaging about 1 man game lost per game. we are playing with a top 3 for the most part.

Last year with Johnny O it was a bit easier to fake it since he was a 4-5 tweener.

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02-18-2013, 07:05 AM
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Partial separation and labral tear. The labrum injury could have gone undiagnosed last year due to the nature of a broken bone diagnosis. An MRI wouldn't have been necessary for a broken collarbone, though the physician of a professional athlete should have taken precautionary tests at the shoulder in my opinion.
The hit by Skille last season against Washington could have started the tear and the hit against Pittsburgh may have aggravated it and caused the shoulder dislocation; I say this because the hit that caused the injury looked innocent. Could be anywhere from 3 weeks recovery to 5 months if surgery is suggested.

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Partial separation and labral tear. The labrum injury could have gone undiagnosed last year due to the nature of a broken bone diagnosis. An MRI wouldn't have been necessary for a broken collarbone, though the physician of a professional athlete should have taken precautionary tests at the shoulder in my opinion.
The hit by Skille last season against Washington could have started the tear and the hit against Pittsburgh may have aggravated it and caused the shoulder dislocation; I say this because the hit that caused the injury looked innocent. Could be anywhere from 3 weeks recovery to 5 months if surgery is suggested.
Is that really the diagnosis?

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Partial separation and labral tear. The labrum injury could have gone undiagnosed last year due to the nature of a broken bone diagnosis. An MRI wouldn't have been necessary for a broken collarbone, though the physician of a professional athlete should have taken precautionary tests at the shoulder in my opinion.
The hit by Skille last season against Washington could have started the tear and the hit against Pittsburgh may have aggravated it and caused the shoulder dislocation; I say this because the hit that caused the injury looked innocent. Could be anywhere from 3 weeks recovery to 5 months if surgery is suggested.
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Is that really the diagnosis?
Is there a source for this information? I went looking around this morning for info and the most I've found is the results of the MRI have not been released, and the usual vague stuff the Jets report about injuries.

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