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11-06-2006, 07:31 AM
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Jaromir Jagr injured?

I saw Jagr hurt his shoulder on Sunday afternoon- does anyone have an update on his injury. THANKS IN ADVANCE!!!

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11-06-2006, 07:41 AM
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I saw Jagr hurt his shoulder on Sunday afternoon- does anyone have an update on his injury. THANKS IN ADVANCE!!!
Just read some game re-caps. Not Hurt. Can someone ammend the title so panic does not insue?

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11-06-2006, 08:06 AM
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Just read some game re-caps. Not Hurt. Can someone ammend the title so panic does not insue?
I have to admit I had a moment of panic lol.

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11-06-2006, 08:19 AM
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Maybe HF can create a Fantasy Board

So we dont get littered with all of these retarded threads started with questions that have already been answered on here.

oh wait.. there already is one...

Well then If its not fantasy related maybe the rookies and other team users can actually try and search through some threads to find answers... it wont be hard to find.

Judging by some of the other teams boards ive read, we cover everything here, some things before they even happen. 9 times out 10 if theres a question from the outside about a players weve already covered it in about 5 threads and 2 weeks prior.

Dont mean to be picky...Just a thought.

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11-06-2006, 10:58 AM
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So we dont get littered with all of these retarded threads started with questions that have already been answered on here.

oh wait.. there already is one...

Well then If its not fantasy related maybe the rookies and other team users can actually try and search through some threads to find answers... it wont be hard to find.

Judging by some of the other teams boards ive read, we cover everything here, some things before they even happen. 9 times out 10 if theres a question from the outside about a players weve already covered it in about 5 threads and 2 weeks prior.

Dont mean to be picky...Just a thought.
how is this a retarded thread? i too was concerned when i saw the play, and do not play any fantasy sports. its a legit question. calm down.

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11-06-2006, 11:10 AM
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I think NBNYC is thinking that the poster is asking for his fantasy hockey team. I dont want to put words in his mouth, but thats what I thought the reasoning was behind it as well.

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I think NBNYC is thinking that the poster is asking for his fantasy hockey team. I dont want to put words in his mouth, but thats what I thought the reasoning was behind it as well.
well, even it was, it seems pertinent to the Rangers board one would think. I didnt notice any other threads regarding the issue, but i must admit im pretty tired right now so ive been skimming a lot.

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11-06-2006, 11:25 AM
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I didnt mean to ruffle any feathers with the comment.

Its just that recently ive seen about 4 or 5 of "outsiders" starting threads regarding a certain player regarding their fantasy team and just thought id mention it because it kinda ruins the integrity and flow of the board.

Newcomers to the board are welcome i dont want to give the impression that they are not, unless of course they are trolls...

I prob should have kept it to myself.

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11-06-2006, 01:06 PM
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I prob should have kept it to myself.
NO, you were right, theres been WAY too many fantasy trolls looking for info instead of just finding it themselves or actually waiting the half day it takes for us to get the official word here(and if we do have the info, don't you think it'd be posted??????).

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http://www.nypost.com/seven/11062006...rry_brooks.htm

End of the 2nd paragraph into the 3rd.
."The Blueshirts may have let one get away, but they're also fortunate that Jaromir Jagr did not re-injure his left shoulder when he landed heavily on the arm when he fell to the ice with 1:50 to go in OT. Jagr skated slowly to the bench, holding his left arm close to his body, but insisted that he'd sustained no damage.

"All the weight was on my shoulder, and it hurt a little bit, but not too bad," said No. 68, who registered a goal and two assists.

This is a non-issue on any level implied in this thread.

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Enough with the fantasy stuff already.

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11-07-2006, 01:20 AM
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Can we delete this thread, staring at the title is making me sick!

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When you fall on a shoulder even 6 months after you've gone through surgery, its gonna hurt like a ***** if you fall on it. Doesnt mean damage. Pain and damage are very different. Play with pain. (i.e. Prucha, and i still bet with his messed up face he can get all the girls)

Im going to agree with deleting this. Though my bumping it probably negates my agreement . So I fold.

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http://www.nypost.com/seven/11062006...rry_brooks.htm

End of the 2nd paragraph into the 3rd.
."The Blueshirts may have let one get away, but they're also fortunate that Jaromir Jagr did not re-injure his left shoulder when he landed heavily on the arm when he fell to the ice with 1:50 to go in OT. Jagr skated slowly to the bench, holding his left arm close to his body, but insisted that he'd sustained no damage.

"All the weight was on my shoulder, and it hurt a little bit, but not too bad," said No. 68, who registered a goal and two assists.

This is a non-issue on any level implied in this thread.




Thanks for the info


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11-07-2006, 08:26 AM
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Please, threads like this should be supported. Outsiders coming in are the biggest group of people on most forums. It took me about 4 months to actually register and start posting. I would rather see 100 posts like this than see a dead forum. Not everyone follows the GDT posts by every post, and this is a great place to find rangers news by looking at the subject lines of the threads.

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Jagr is OK after landing on surgical shoulder:

http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/st...p-394716c.html

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Jagr is OK after landing on surgical shoulder:

http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/st...p-394716c.html
First off he might be lying. Last thing you want if you're Jagr is to get the attention to your health.
Second, even if he's alright now he will remember the pain for quite awhile. He might become tentative again. In other words, I would still be concerned about possible set back. His pain was well documented.

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First off he might be lying. Last thing you want if you're Jagr is to get the attention to your health.
Second, even if he's alright now he will remember the pain for quite awhile. He might become tentative again. In other words, I would still be concerned about possible set back. His pain was well documented.
What if what if what if...he says he's alright, now let's move forward.

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What if what if what if...he says he's alright, now let's move forward.
Amen.

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