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01-15-2012, 07:10 PM
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Isn't Subban another hot headed goalie? It'd give us 2 goalie prospects with a lot of "attitude"

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I hope Wiercioch is recovering well.

If the Sens don't re-sign Kuba Wiercioch will be given every chance of making the team next year. Both he and Borowiecki still have another year on their ELC after this one but since they play the same side it makes sense that the Sens would hope one of them can play next year and the other the year after. Borocop is probably a better replacement for Phillips and Wiercioch could become with experience a good Kuba clone with a bit more offensive upside. Even if they re-sign Kuba, Wiercioch and Boro will likely get to play some games as 1st call-ups next year as training for their eventual positions on the team.

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Isn't Subban another hot headed goalie? It'd give us 2 goalie prospects with a lot of "attitude"
Malcolm is actually a pretty quiet kid. He's quite opposite from his 2 other brothers.

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01-17-2012, 11:18 AM
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Patrick Wiercioch update......

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Coach Kleinendorst said Patrick Wiercioch's latest doctor's visit went well, #BSens expect him back before the end of this season. #Sens...

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01-17-2012, 11:20 AM
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Coach Kleinendorst said Patrick Wiercioch's latest doctor's visit went well, #BSens expect him back before the end of this season. #Sens...

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Good news, hopefully he's had a full physical and psycoclogical recovery and he continues to be top prosepct for us

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01-17-2012, 11:36 AM
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So what is his current injury preventing him from playing? I just keep hearing "he'll need time to recover" without a diagnosis... Is there anything broken or damaged? if so...what? Are they just taking their time or is there something actually preventing him from playing skating, shooting, passing,etc.

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01-17-2012, 11:41 AM
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Are you assuming this because he's black?

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01-17-2012, 11:43 AM
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So what is his current injury preventing him from playing? I just keep hearing "he'll need time to recover" without a diagnosis... Is there anything broken or damaged? if so...what? Are they just taking their time or is there something actually preventing him from playing skating, shooting, passing,etc.
I'm not an expert, but I'm pretty sure breathing is an important aspect to playing hockey.

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So what is his current injury preventing him from playing? I just keep hearing "he'll need time to recover" without a diagnosis... Is there anything broken or damaged? if so...what? Are they just taking their time or is there something actually preventing him from playing skating, shooting, passing,etc.
I would assume its something like tissue damage to his throat, that causes swelling, so strenuous physical activity would cause difficulty breathing. Once that tissue damage is better, he should be good to go. But this is just simply assumptions on my part!

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01-17-2012, 11:51 AM
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I'm not an expert, but I'm pretty sure breathing is an important aspect to playing hockey.
Thanks for the attitude/sarcasm...coming from a mod, too.

I must have missed the reports where they said he was still having trouble breathing? soorrryyy!

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I would assume its something like tissue damage to his throat, that causes swelling, so strenuous physical activity would cause difficulty breathing. Once that tissue damage is better, he should be good to go. But this is just simply assumptions on my part!
I never knew tissue in the throat took so long to recover in comparison to tissue in other places. I thought where more blood flow occured, the faster the recovery. I've had severe swelling in places with less blood flow, but managed to get it down within a week...it didn't take more then a month.

I'm trying to find info on this type of injury,but i don't even know what is actually wrong with his throat so it's impossible. Does anyone have any concrete facts and evidence or is everyone just playing a guessing game?

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01-17-2012, 12:00 PM
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I never knew tissue in the throat took so long to recover in comparison to tissue in other places. I thought where more blood flow occured, the faster the recovery. I've had severe swelling in places with less blood flow, but managed to get it down within a week...it didn't take more then a month.

I'm trying to find info on this type of injury,but i don't even know what is actually wrong with his throat so it's impossible. Does anyone have any concrete facts and evidence or is everyone just playing a guessing game?
The problem with the throat is that any small type of swelling will put you out. Because your airway isn't that big. You work hard, and even with a tiny amount of swelling, can become hard to breath. So unlike other injuries (you could play with a touch of swelling elsewhere) you need to make sure this is 120% healed before doing a thing. Plus if there was any issue to muscles in that area, it may actually be hard to breath just normally because those muscles are injured making it just hard to keep your airway open.

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The problem with the throat is that any small type of swelling will put you out. Because your airway isn't that big. You work hard, and even with a tiny amount of swelling, can become hard to breath. So unlike other injuries (you could play with a touch of swelling elsewhere) you need to make sure this is 120% healed before doing a thing. Plus if there was any issue to muscles in that area, it may actually be hard to breath just normally because those muscles are injured making it just hard to keep your airway open.
Makes sense. Thanks.

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01-17-2012, 12:16 PM
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Holy ****. Hope he recovers without any impediment.

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Makes sense. Thanks.
No worries.

Anything with the airway is never taken lightly. But glad he's doing better!

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01-17-2012, 12:29 PM
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I am sure his Otolaryngologist (ENT) Doctor. Is keeping an close eye of Peter. He, she knows what is best for him.

When he recovers the Doctor will say when he can start to practice and play..............

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01-19-2012, 09:40 AM
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Patrick Wiercioch skating at practice

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#BSens are on the ice for practice at the BCVMA. In a nice surprise, Patrick Wiercioch is out there.

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01-19-2012, 09:45 AM
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01-19-2012, 10:15 AM
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Great news, give him an NHL game this season just for making it through

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01-19-2012, 10:16 AM
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Additionally there would be a lot of possible trauma to cartilage in the throat area. That would affect larynx, voice box, speech, as well as what was mentioned above.

The fact he is able to skate (breath heavily in and out) is a magnificent step.

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Is he partaking in the full practice? Or is he spot picking his drills?

I'd assume if he's partaking in full practices, it would just be another week or two of practicing to get his cardio/timing back. Resting for a month in the middle of the season will heal your aches and pains, but his body needs to get back into the habit of pushing itself everyday.

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Right on! Not only am thankful for his health it also means we still have a left shooting PMD in the system.

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Is he partaking in the full practice? Or is he spot picking his drills?

I'd assume if he's partaking in full practices, it would just be another week or two of practicing to get his cardio/timing back. Resting for a month in the middle of the season will heal your aches and pains, but his body needs to get back into the habit of pushing itself everyday.
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Patrick Wiercioch participated in almost all of practice,
only sitting out "bread and butter" drill. Even did sprints.

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Patrick Wiercioch participated in almost all of practice,
only sitting out "bread and butter" drill. Even did sprints.
Nice! Great news. Anyone know what the bread and butter is? i'm unfamiliar with that name...i may no the drill under another name...

EDIT: I'm assuming it's this:

http://books.google.ca/books?id=b6Sq...0drill&f=false

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