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Injury Talk 7.0: Price (knee/groin), Patches (shoulder), Pleks (groin), Prust (rib)

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05-11-2013, 01:03 PM
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Prust is gonna have MRI's tomorrow for his ribs and shoulder... If he needs shoulder surgery, do it Prust. I don't want to see that injury back next year, after your first fight!

Please, be healthy.
Doesn't even have to be a fight to hurt it again. It can just as easily be a hit or even a shot that wrecks things for him.... and us. If it's improved by surgery, you do it. He can only be a factor in our team's success when he's healthy, hope he makes the right choice.

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05-11-2013, 01:12 PM
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Lars Eller says he has no recollection of the 10 minutes of his life after the hit. Can't remember the hit or trying to get up - nothing.
But the question is: could he have played game 6 had there been one?

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@BWildeCTV:
So to recap: A guy who punctured his lung, another who put his rib back in, and a guy who lost 10 minutes of his life.

Tough playoff.

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But the question is: could he have played game 6 had there been one?
I highly doubt it.
He had yet to have any physical contact practice.. as far as I know. I think best would have been one or two weeks from now if he didn't have any symptoms

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So to recap: A guy who punctured his lung, another who put his rib back in, and a guy who lost 10 minutes of his life.

Tough playoff.
And don't forget another guy tore his bicep, and another lost a couple of teeth too. All in five games of playoff hockey.

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So to recap: A guy who punctured his lung, another who put his rib back in, and a guy who lost 10 minutes of his life.

Tough playoff.
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2nd degree MCL (left) sprain for Price. No surgery required.
I bet there's still people who think he's faking it.

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Lars Eller says he has no recollection of the 10 minutes of his life after the hit. Can't remember the hit or trying to get up - nothing.
Ugh he got knocked out cold...why would he remember? I've been knocked out before and it's surreal when you feel like you're in a dream and then you realize it's not a dream...crazy **** mang...

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Bouillon had a broken finger.

WHAT THE ****

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Bouillon had a broken finger.

WHAT THE ****
Probably his index finger, having it shoved up his ass the entire series.

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Bouillon had a broken finger.

WHAT THE ****
Result of the fight in game three?

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Probably his index finger, having it shoved up his ass the entire series.
bahahahahahahahahahaha

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@BWildeCTV:
Gionta bicep. Pacioretty shoulder. Prust rib shoulder. Price knee. White lung. Bouillon finger. Eller brain.

And Emelin before.

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Probably his index finger, having it shoved up his ass the entire series.
good one

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OK......to recap, in 5 games with Ottawa the following injuries occurred:

Prust - dislocated rib
Patches - separated shoulder
Bouillon - broken finger
Price - sprained MCL
White - punctured lung
Gionta - torn biceps
Eller - facial fractures

Now I know why MT didn't play Galchenyuk more. He wanted to keep him from being murdered. That's a bad run to say the least. How could you even predict all of that would happen?

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Oops...got beat to it.

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Hockey players and athletes in "demanding sports" in general, like American football, etc are tough customers, playing through pain many others would wilt under. I myself cannot fathom just dealing with a separated shoulder or broken rib, much less play with one.

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Gionta bicep. Pacioretty shoulder. Prust rib shoulder. Price knee. White lung. Bouillon finger. Eller brain.

And Emelin before.
That made me think of this.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N6QLMUwVBeY

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That made me think of this.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N6QLMUwVBeY
Made me think of this

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oWm0MbNaz-8

**** how come I still don't know how to inbed a youtube vid in here

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Lars Eller says he has no recollection of the 10 minutes of his life after the hit. Can't remember the hit or trying to get up - nothing.
This doesn't say much... I've been out cold for about 1 day if you recollect all my head injuries Still healthy... I think ?


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Made me think of this

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oWm0MbNaz-8

**** how come I still don't know how to inbed a youtube vid in here
Copy/Paste everything after the = in the YT bracket.

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OK......to recap, in 5 games with Ottawa the following injuries occurred:

Prust - dislocated rib
Patches - separated shoulder
Bouillon - broken finger
Price - sprained MCL
White - punctured lung
Gionta - torn biceps
Eller - facial fractures

Now I know why MT didn't play Galchenyuk more. He wanted to keep him from being murdered. That's a bad run to say the least. How could you even predict all of that would happen?

No excuses

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OK......to recap, in 5 games with Ottawa the following injuries occurred:

Prust - dislocated rib
Patches - separated shoulder
Bouillon - broken finger
Price - sprained MCL
White - punctured lung
Gionta - torn biceps
Eller - facial fractures

Now I know why MT didn't play Galchenyuk more. He wanted to keep him from being murdered. That's a bad run to say the least. How could you even predict all of that would happen?
Completely destroyed by a team that isn't even that physical.

I feel ill.

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05-11-2013, 04:06 PM
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Bouillon had a broken finger.

WHAT THE ****
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Probably his index finger, having it shoved up his ass the entire series.
Well played.

Bouillon is a joke, I still can't believe he got a mid-season extension.

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05-11-2013, 10:24 PM
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Gionta bicep. Pacioretty shoulder. Prust rib shoulder. Price knee. White lung. Bouillon finger. Eller brain.

And Emelin before.
Not that I'm wishing for injuries but hopefully Bergevin adds some pieces over the next few years that dish out the injuries. Being the team that always gets battered and hurt gets old.

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Interesting that almost none of our injured players are small, other than Gionta. Most of our injured guys, Pacioretty, Emelin, Eller, Prust, Price, White, have size & strength. Their injuries didn't happen because they're small, or because we didn't have other big guys on the ice surrounding them. They just happened... and at the worst possible time, unfortunately.

Boston had a bunch of key injuries a few weeks earlier; Ottawa had them early in the season. What does that tell you - that those teams are just as soft, but have better timing?

Our roster was decimated. Don't mistake the team you saw with the team that earned 2nd place in the EC.

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