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09-17-2012, 12:22 PM
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Michalek out 4-6 weeks

Interesting loophole he has found!

http://www.tsn.ca/nhl/story/?id=405495

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I doubt he'll miss a game...

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Thats not good news, that being said I am just thankful that it was not his knee after all the issues he has had with it

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it's bad news, but hilarious at the same time.

would be amazing if the lockout lasts right until the point that milan is healthy. He wouldnt miss a pay day.

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How soft is this guy??

I wonder if this will be his excuse if he has another awful year...

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How soft is this guy??

I wonder if this will be his excuse if he has another awful year...
You're saying it like last year was a really bad year.

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09-17-2012, 01:26 PM
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Will still get paid and is only player to be able to use the facilities at Scotiabank Place.

Lots of players should get injured and force the owners to pay them

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You're saying it like last year was a really bad year.
Not last year... Just the 2 before that.

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Murray really missed the boat on trading this injury prone guy. His value was so high after last season. I predict he will revert back to his typical oft-injured style.

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Not last year... Just the 2 before that.
Like everyone else on the Sens roster?

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Murray really missed the boat on trading this injury prone guy. His value was so high after last season. I predict he will revert back to his typical oft-injured style.
Spezza and Alfredsson are the only Sens forwards, other than Michalek, who have scored more than 40 points in a season in their career. If we traded him, we'd need a top six forward back.

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My source tells me its a sports hernia. Nothing to worry about.

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Like everyone else on the Sens roster?
Everyone else on the Sens roster had awful seasons 2 years ago?? Alfie over PPG and Spezza just under is brutal?? Fisher's 53 points was bad??

33 and 34 point seasons are bad for your alleged best winger... at least in my opinion

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Hmm.. so if we have the only player not locked out... does that mean we win the cup by default if the season is lost?

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Hmm.. so if we have the only player not locked out... does that mean we win the cup by default if the season is lost?
there are players on other teams.

eg: kesler, gaborik, pronger, savard.

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there are players on other teams.

eg: kesler, gaborik, pronger, savard.
All of the injured players will participate in a skills competition to determain the winner of the Stanley Cup, Richard, Hart, Norris, Selke, and Lady Byng.

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Pronger's flying elbows will win every award.

Even the Lady Byng.

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I hope half the Rangers and Leafs teams goes down with injuries in the next day. We'll have hockey in a week.

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Pronger's flying elbows will win every award.

Even the Lady Byng.
One elbow to his head and any comeback is probably long gone. Oh the irony.

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there are players on other teams.

eg: kesler, gaborik, pronger, savard.
The TSN article specifically stated that Michalek currently is the only one not locked out. Must have something to do with the timing of the surgery.

Find it odd that in another thread there was a translation about how he was feeling good /had a good contract and didn't want to risk it in a czech league.

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The TSN article specifically stated that Michalek currently is the only one not locked out. Must have something to do with the timing of the surgery.
Yeah, it CLEARLY said that:

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The injury means the 27-year-old winger becomes the only player on the team roster who is not officially locked out by the NHL.

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Find it odd that in another thread there was a translation about how he was feeling good /had a good contract and didn't want to risk it in a czech league.
Considering its only a hernia, he probably is feeling well all things considered.

Now if something was wrong with his knees, its probably a different story.

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The TSN article specifically stated that Michalek currently is the only one not locked out. Must have something to do with the timing of the surgery.

Find it odd that in another thread there was a translation about how he was feeling good /had a good contract and didn't want to risk it in a czech league.
There was speculation during the last lockout that some players opted for surgery rather than continue with rehab because it meant they would get paid during the lockout. The Leafs paid Mogilny and Belfour for the entire lockout last time around. As long as the injury is hockey related, the player gets paid.

The reason Michalek doesn't want to risk his contract by going to Europe is that any player who goes over there during a lockout has to pay for their own insurance. With Michalek's injury history, he'd probably be paying a lot, adn if he gets injured over there, his NHL contract could be voided.

That's why Crosby probably won't be playing hockey anywhere during the lockout. With his scrambled brains, he will pay a fortune in insurance, if he can get any at all, and #2, that's a huge contract to risk just to play in Europe.

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Yeah, it CLEARLY said that:
Hmm. Guess that's what I get for reading on a phone.

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