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04-27-2012, 12:17 PM
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Update on Hossa

I have found three links with a semi-update on Hossa's condition.
1. http://hokej.sme.sk/c/6351508/marian...i-nepojde.html
2. http://www.pluska.sk/sport/hokej/mar...nemocnici.html
3. http://www.pluska.sk/sport/hokej/mar...nemocnici.html

These reads are very interesting and insightful.

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04-27-2012, 12:41 PM
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You don't happen to have english translations do you?

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Google translate it.

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Yeah doesn't tell me much... you feel like you're only getting half the story with poor google translations.

I did see John Jaeckel is throwing out the possibility that this could lead to Marian Hossa never playing again. That would be horrible - but first and foremost I hope the guy will be ok and able to live a normal life.

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Yeah doesn't tell me much... you feel like you're only getting half the story with poor google translations.

I did see John Jaeckel is throwing out the possibility that this could lead to Marian Hossa never playing again. That would be horrible - but first and foremost I hope the guy will be ok and able to live a normal life.
Bowman said in the presser that Hossa may have been ready to go by the end of April.

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Bowman said in the presser that Hossa may have been ready to go by the end of April.
If we had Marc Savard, he'd be saying the same thing. I don't really go on what the organization says about injuries. We'll just have to wait to hear from Hossa later in the summer. He's not the kind of guy to mince words either so when he does speak, I'm sure we'll get a pretty level headed, realistic update.

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Yeah doesn't tell me much... you feel like you're only getting half the story with poor google translations.

I did see John Jaeckel is throwing out the possibility that this could lead to Marian Hossa never playing again. That would be horrible - but first and foremost I hope the guy will be ok and able to live a normal life.
This makes me shiver. He means too much to this team.

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Hossa will be back for next year

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Source? or Gut?

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Second and third link are the same.


- He feels better, but did not pass the team test. Has a concussion.
- He did not see Torres and doesn't remember anything until he was in the hospital.

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Plus he said in one of the articles that when he is at home, he is OK. But when he goes outside with people around, he starts to get dizzy. Pretty scary stuff. Hope he gets to feeling a lot better really soon.

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Second and third link are the same.


- He feels better, but did not pass the team test. Has a concussion.
- He did not see Torres and doesn't remember anything until he was in the hospital.
That doesn't seem promising.

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04-27-2012, 04:47 PM
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Sounds so scary thinking he's still dizzy, can't remember the hit unless he sees it on video, and heard he just took a concussion test, and still hasn't passed it yet. Said he will be staying in Chicago for a few more days before flying back home to Slovakia.

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I'm sure that the team, and Hossa, will take it nice and slow with his recovery. Even if he has to miss a few weeks, or months, of the regular season, playing it smart is the way to go, and I'm sure we'll see him back to being a productive member of the team next season.

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That doesn't seem promising.
It's not exactly unusual either.

Don't listen to a word Jaeckel says. He has no sources. All he did was post ******** and then give reasons as to why any player with a family might consider retiring.

Hossa will be back.

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Good article today by Ken Dryden. Anatomy of 3 hits. Comparing how Gordie Howe handled seeing a guy vulnerable and in his sights, compared to meathead Torres, trying to maim. Shaw mentioned as well.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/sport...rticle2415447/

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I've got to think that Hossa will be able to recover over a long summer off and will be ready by next season...he just won't be able to enjoy his summer like he should thanks to POS Torres.

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Poor Hoss :/ He also mentions that one of the doctors spent the night with him the night he was hit.

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I did see John Jaeckel is throwing out the possibility that this could lead to Marian Hossa never playing again. That would be horrible - but first and foremost I hope the guy will be ok and able to live a normal life.
John Jaeckel spewing out some sensationalist crap, nothing new there. I wouldn't take anything he says at face value.

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Hossa is a hard worker, if his determination on the ice translates any to his recovery, he'll be fine.

Worst thing that can happen is a repeated concussion when you already have one. There is no possibility of that. I've dealt with them before. Every situation is different but as a person you can sometimes become a hypochondriac to the symptoms. When you lay down all day and stand up, you can be light headed for other reasons.

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It's sickening this league, after how many stars screwed up now, still won't get serious about these head shot issues.

1- Incidental head shots, should be 3 games minimum. Just like incidental contact with a goalie....

2- All hockey related penalties where the head is targeted should be 5-10 games first time offense. And if the ice crew misses them, Toronto calls them in. Have at least one observer in Toronto watching per ever game played.

3- Assaults like Kieth did, should be 15-25 games first offense. (Keith deserves 15 because Sedin did #2)

4- The second time you purposely target the head should be a season long suspension or 42 games, whatever is longer. Second time you do an assault should be 82 games and ineligibility for the playoffs (Playoff games don't count towards the 82). Third time for either, out of the league.

5- If you commit more than 2 incidental head shots, then you should start being suspended at length for recklessness. More than 6 in a career should end your career.




All you guys talking "Well in the 90s Gary Suter decapitated Paul Kariya and it was good for the game" are just idiots not even worth speaking to. If you watch hockey not for the sport, but because you are a NASCAR reject who wants to see crashes, AKA life threatening injuries, then you ain't a fan of the sport and are just some jag.

If you are a semi-Pro Hockey player who wants to keep headhunting in the game, then you are some jag who knows you are not skilled enough to make Pro without becoming a headhunter and want headhunting so you can make money "playing hockey" and living your dream. To you I say, "you suck at hockey, get a real job like everyone else!"

All I got to say about this crap, but I know they won't fix it and I ain't going to change anyone's minds. Oh well, might as well enjoy Toews and Kane for the few years we will have them...

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