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01-15-2014, 05:25 PM
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Jan. 16: Scott Hartnell (ankle); likely to play, participated in morning skate

This may or may not be anything, a decision as to whether he plays will come tomorrow after the morning skate. A result of yesterday's game -- blocked a shot with his foot.

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Hartnell is day to day with ankle injury; blocked a shot Tues.
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#Flyers GM Paul Holmgren on Hartnell: "Scott was examined after the game last night & again today for a lower body issue. He is day to day."
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Hope he's okay. Hartnell has been playing better as of late. I'd hate to see him sustain any injury that throws him off his game. Plus we don't need any more Hartnell Downs.

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Hope he's okay. Hartnell has been playing better as of late. I'd hate to see him sustain any injury that throws him off his game. Plus we don't need any more Hartnell Downs.
We saw an epic one last night on that odd-man rush.

Hopefully it's nothing serious because he has been really putting it together of late after the horrible start to the year.

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Hopefully it's not serious. Scotty has been playing a lot better and putting up some nice numbers offensively.

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Day to day after blocking a shot to the foot? Sounds like a broken foot to me

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Just saw on twitter he was at the Sixers practice this morning and was wearing a walking boot.

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Just saw on twitter he was at the Sixers practice this morning and was wearing a walking boot.
Not good. I wouldn't think you put a walking boot on if it's really day to day. I think it's safe to say he misses the next two games at least.

This is Downie's opportunity to step up. He might actually fill in well for Hartnell on the Schenn line. I could see that working nicely.

Shame, Hartnell was playing some of his best hockey of the season. Though that's not really saying much . Seriously though, he's really picked things up.

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14 points in his last 14 games. Hopefully it's nothing serious.

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Hope he is not injured badly because it is Scotty but still let's not make him out to be of this much value. Everyone one of his goals requires being set up and he ruins many more plays. Just teach McGinn to get open in the slot. Again hope he is not injured, just saying.

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Just saw on twitter he was at the Sixers practice this morning and was wearing a walking boot.
What in the hell was he doing at their practice?

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Hope he is not injured badly because it is Scotty but still let's not make him out to be of this much value. Everyone one of his goals requires being set up and he ruins many more plays. Just teach McGinn to get open in the slot. Again hope he is not injured, just saying.
Ummm yeah, you couldn't reach Mcginn to score 40 with all the tools in the world...

Hartnell has been, and still is, part of the core that will determine this team's success or failure

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hope its nothing serious and the walking boot is precautionary. He has been good since Christmas.

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Foot virus.

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Ummm yeah, you couldn't reach Mcginn to score 40 with all the tools in the world...

Hartnell has been, and still is, part of the core that will determine this team's success or failure
Watch closer this game. He will mess up more plays than he creates or capitalizes on. He's got one play he does well as I have talked about.

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What in the hell was he doing at their practice?

Getting some pointers on how to skate.

I hope is OK, he was finally playing decent.

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Hope he can go tonight, or if not be back quickly... as much as I maligned him ~15-20 games ago he has looked like Hartnell of 07-08 to 10-11 recently. The LOD line has been great.

I still think he is likely the odd man out in our forward conundrum though all things considered.

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Hartnell is participating in this morning's skate. His status will be updated later.

Edit: From Sam C., Hartnell appears to be playing tonight.


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Good for Hartsy.

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He doesn't have a foot problem.....but clearly he has a balance problem

Reminds me of a kid who played on my soccer team and couldn't kick straight..always shanked/sliced the ball like a bad golf drive. He would say "oww my foot" as though he hurt it and that was the reason why he sucked at kicking the ball. Kind of like when hockey players like Carter look at their sticks when they shoot high and wide

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He was on the ice in the 3rd period on Tues, I was at the game and I saw him do a couple of shifts so it can't be broken, my guess is a bruise.

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Not good. I wouldn't think you put a walking boot on if it's really day to day. I think it's safe to say he misses the next two games at least.

This is Downie's opportunity to step up. He might actually fill in well for Hartnell on the Schenn line. I could see that working nicely.

Shame, Hartnell was playing some of his best hockey of the season. Though that's not really saying much . Seriously though, he's really picked things up.
Glad I was wrong

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Hartnell is participating in this morning's skate. His status will be updated later.

Edit: From Sam C., Hartnell appears to be playing tonight.
Good. He's really contributing lately.

And as much as people hate on him, he's probably the best defensive player (consistently) on that LOD line. Although Schenn has looked a bit better as of late, too.

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Ummm yeah, you couldn't reach Mcginn to score 40 with all the tools in the world...

Hartnell has been, and still is, part of the core that will determine this team's success or failure
Proves my point pretty quick. Simmer and schenn look dominant and Hartnell has turned over, fired it off a shin pad and out of their zone, and drawn an offsides. The guy is a **** up that scores sometimes...

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