Saw Haggerty replying on twitter to someone that he might have had that injury already in previous game, from analyzing some of his weak body checks and slow play at some of last goals, and that would *just my opinion* even more increase chances for Soderberg, as his role is center.
Hope he will be fine and ready to return for next game.
I mentioned this last night in the game thread, that remember the 4th game when he left the ice for a period of time, and we all immediately worried that there was an injury, and then he came back. I think he even scored his second goal after that, but still, if he came into last night's game with an injury, it could've been that moment in the 4th game when it happened.
Speaking from (repeat) experience, stones suck. I only have small, 'gravel' sized stones, and when they move around, it generally feels like I got kicked repeatedly. Once they pass, though, I feel fine.
Honestly I love BErgeron and almost feel bad wishing he plays Game 6 just because due to his past injuries I want the guy to put his personal health and well being first. Good to see the lack of news seems to be a positive indication that it isn't too serious.
Hoping it is actually just kidney stones and something can be done about it. Who knows, though? Watching the game last night and the whole series, I didn't see anything that would have injured him.
In game 4 in the later have of the 2nd period Eddy Olyzck mentions Bergeron being hurt on the bench. Of course Bergy returned and netted a pair of goals but perhaps there maybe something with the kidney stones.