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04-22-2013, 04:01 PM
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Karlsson - Returning Against Washington Tonight - Part III

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As of right now, Erik Karlsson has not told Paul MacLean that he's ready to play.
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Considering the reported conversation that was had between McStache and Karlsson during practice, I wouldnt' be surprised if it was about tonight or about waiting a few more days to get in some practice and getting back in in Washington where he'd have less pressure not being in front of the home crowd.
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It's difficult to believe anything they say at this point. I mean, just before we found out he was skating, reports were he was having trouble walking! They have been playing a game all along!
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Finally some clarification. Before this I was confused as it sounded like maclean saying karlsson will play when he says hes ready...karlsson sayd hes ready...coach says no youre a healthy scratch tonight" but now we see thats not the case.
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So there's no chance of him playing tonight? (Pittsburgh)
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TSN is reporting Karlsson will not play tonight.
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There wasn't at all from the start.
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I don't think this will play into the decision. There is not going to be any pressure from the home crowd. I think everyone understands he is coming back extremely early from a devastating injury. The crowd will be pumped to see him whether he plays well or not. At the same time he isn't going to come back before he is ready, so when that time comes, he will be our best dman right away, rust or no rust.

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Take the game off EK... come back on the road.

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Imagine if he came back and Cooke ripped his AC once again.

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Imagine if he came back and Cooke ripped his AC once again.
Lol I'm pretty sure Cooke would be leaving on a stretcher at that point. Police escort would probably be necessary as well.

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Imagine if he came back and Cooke ripped his AC once again.
And from that day on , matt cooke was never seen

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Imagine if he came back and Cooke ripped his AC once again.
Imagine he came back and cooke left the game with a torn AC

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Imagine if Cooke left the game with AC Slater

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Worst thing you can do is come back too early with an Achilles injury. Hockey might not be as bad but know a few people recently who've all dealt with blown Achilles and it definitely is the common thing you hear from all of them.
So I'm alright to wait. Don't really see us making it to the SCF even if we had him this year, so no rush to do more damage.

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Maybe EK isn't ready to come back and will only play to axe chop Cooke across the face. His suspension would not matter if he is still injured.

edit: Oh well I guess he's not playing which is prolly for the best. Pit owes us this game but hard to believe they won't come out and play hard.

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I think people need to realize that a CUT achilles is quite a lot different than a "blown" or torn tendon. The healing process is very different, and recovery is a lot longer. Also, a cut that isn't a clean 100% cut, is much different as well.

From what I know/heard, having it sliced, its an easy repair and the tendon reattaches easily (as the tendon is still in alignment) and generally have few complications as long as its fully healed (which you should be able to tell by medical testing).

If Karlsson and medical staff think its good to go, it likely is good to go.

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I think people need to realize that a CUT achilles is quite a lot different than a "blown" or torn tendon. The healing process is very different, and recovery is a lot longer. Also, a cut that isn't a clean 100% cut, is much different as well.

From what I know/heard, having it sliced, its an easy repair and the tendon reattaches easily (as the tendon is still in alignment) and generally have few complications as long as its fully healed (which you should be able to tell by medical testing).

If Karlsson and medical staff think its good to go, it likely is good to go.
Exactly, a torn probably has more tissue dmg and Im certain that a 100% cut means they have to shorten the tendon and stitch it which takes longer to heal and also has more effect on the players movement. Karlsson's was a clean 70% cut which made him heal a lot faster.

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Also everyone needs to remember the slice was higher up than where a guy like Kobe's ruptured.

I think he is good to go. He looked possessed when CBC showed him in the box on Saturday.

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So we shall be thankful the equipment guy in Pittsburgh did a good job sharpen Cooke's skates properly then?

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So he is officially medically cleared to play, simply up to EK if he wants to come back now or not.

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He plays against the Caps. Book It.

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So he is officially medically cleared to play, simply up to EK if he wants to come back now or not.
He has been for a while, ever since he started to practice with the actual team.

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He plays against the Caps. Book It.
I will say Saturday at home vs Philly. We are not a must win situation just yet.

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I will say Saturday at home vs Philly. We are not a must win situation just yet.
If the Caps don't beat the Jets we are..
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Erik will want his conditioning to be better before coming back. In the reports from his practices last weekend, he was winded after doing a light-tempo practice. I'm sure he wants his legs to be responsive enough for him to play like he wants to play, and for his stamina to endure 3 periods. I predict he'll play vs. Philly.

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Anyone think he could play against Washington?

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Anyone think he could play against Washington?
I have a feeling he will play. Its only a matter of conditioning at this point, and I think he knows how badly the team needs him. Of course he may not be able to handle the usual work load, but any minutes he can eat up for us will be a huge benefit.

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Anyone think he could play against Washington?
He could, but I don't think he will.

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According to the Sens official twitter, Karlsson is back on twitter.

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he's "back", or he's "back on twitter"??

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