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Karlsson Injured Part II [YT#1] Lacerated Achilles, Surgery Required, Out Indef.

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02-13-2013, 09:50 PM
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Man that was nasty... still cringing watching him suffer like that trying to get to the bench... get well soon man.
you don't feel the pain right away but after a couple seconds, a deep cut burns like hell

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Thank you for being sensible.

Sorry you lost such a great player, hopefully he makes a quick recovery. Forgot to mention this while I was trying to talk some sense into fans who though Cooke was out to kill EK
I just hope he makes a full recovery even if it isn't quick. His skating is what makes him so amazing. Would hate to see him lose it even a little bit.

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love the hypocrisy from pens fans...Subban is a dirty POS from cutting Staal. And now look at them defend Cooke.

Clearly both incidents were completely accidental imo.
I guess it's easier to wear the objective hat when it's your player doing the damage.

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As the reining heavyweight Penguin hater the best I can come up with is it looks like a slew gone wrong.
I hope Cooke didn't mean to do that,as much of a ******* he is I really hope he didn't do that on purpose.

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That's where I would disagree. Not intentional, but not the smartest play.
This play happens multiple times a game (and no I don't mean another player gettin cut). He lost his footing while jousting with Karlsson. Players don't always have the ability to control their skates staying on the I've when they lose their footing.

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I just hope he makes a full recovery even if it isn't quick. His skating is what makes him so amazing. Would hate to see him lose it even a little bit.
He has enough offensive instinct that even if he loses a step, he'll still be great.

Would be nice if he could manage to keep that speed though.

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Sens season is not done by any means. They have tons of talented minor leaguers that could fill the void well. The only thing to be worried about is the mental state of the team. Colorado lost like 11 straight when Forsberg retired.

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I just hope he makes a full recovery even if it isn't quick. His skating is what makes him so amazing. Would hate to see him lose it even a little bit.
Yup, I don't want a speedy recover. I want a complete recovery, even if he misses half of next season.

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Hope Karlsson heals quickly and completely. Hate to see that happen to him.

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Hilarious.

Only on HFBoards, accumulating a top 5 pick is more better than making the playoffs.
You're wrong it's not a like teams just barely make the playoffs and then win the Cup



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We lost Spezza in our last game vs the Penguins as well. I hate that team. Losing Karlsson to a rat like Cooke on a nothing play just really stings.

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Never like seeing another player getting hurt, I feel for the Ottawa fans and wish karlsson a speedy recovery. Not to pour salt on a wound or be sarcastic in any way but at least it's a deep draft year that this happened.

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I'm also not a Sens fans, and the Penguins are my 2nd or 3rd favorite team.

But in my opinion, there's 75% of chance that it was intentional. 25% that it was a freak accident (or a careless play by Cooke).

Given his history, the burden is on Cooke. If Cooke cannot prove without a doubt that it was an accident, then he should get sanctionned. Severely.
Capital idea. How is supposed to do it?

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A world where we want to see more players like Karlsson, and less players like Cooke.
I agree with you 100%, Karlsson is a wonderful player to watch.

What I don't agree with, is you assessment that Cooke is at all at fault for what went down tonight. He made a hockey play, and it went badly due to a freak accident. That is all.

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How many incidents have happened with Datsyuk, and how many games has Datsyuk been suspended for dangerous and injurious plays? Now how many incidents has Cooke had and subsequently been suspended for?

Gee, I wonder why Datsyuk(or practically anyone else) would be given more of the benefit of the doubt in this kind of situation
I'm sorry but thats a ******** line of thought, and you know it.

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Sens season is not done by any means. They have tons of talented minor leaguers that could fill the void well. The only thing to be worried about is the mental state of the team. Colorado lost like 11 straight when Forsberg retired.
It is done. We had a chance without Spezza. Without Spezza and Karlsson? Be realistic. Not happening.

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Cooke at it again...

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Oh man.. never want to see anything like that happen. Freak injury IMO but since it was Cooke that laid the hit.. Get well soon dude.

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Don't think it's shocking to have Sens fans flipping out. Star player is going to miss at least the rest of this season. I wouldn't expect any less than using these threads to vent like there is no tomorrow.

Regardless I'm pretty sure this is not what Cooke was planning on when he started to try and avoid getting himself into more suspension trouble. Intentional or not, this guy just finds trouble like nobody else.

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Fluke accident.


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Poor Alfie. Most likely his last season and this happens.

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It's not intentional, if some of you played hockey you would understand what Cooke was going for, in this case it was an accident not on purpose.

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PLEASE, to the people that keep posting the photo of Cooke looking down seemingly at Karlsson's ankle.


IT WAS HIS OTHER ANKLE THAT WAS CUT. WOW.

You ever think he was looking at the puck? People are so mind boggling absurd.

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Karlsson is such a beast, and a real treat to watch in all three zones of the ice. Here's hoping that, however long it takes, he heals and recovers fully and is back to his usual, dominant self.

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Pens fan, just got home from the game.

Granted we don't have the best angles in the building compared to TV, plus replays etc. But this happened at my end of the rink, and my side (though I'm in the 200 level).

It looked like a nothing play when it occurred. When they blew the play down, and Karlsson was skating off on one leg, I was pretty confused. Obviously, major damage.

When I realized Cooke was the guy that hit him (never in a million years thinking it was this serious) my initial reaction was "Oh lord...if he misses any time, HF is gonna blow a gasket".

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Cooke saw an opportunity to hurt their star player masked as just a hit.

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