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05-18-2014, 09:57 AM
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Brassard had a minor back issue before the Flyers series and he didn't miss any games. Brett Crygalis of the Post reported it was the same back issue with Brassard but it looked like his right shoulder or neck. Ramsey was massaging the neck and shoulder area. It didn't look like his shoulder was injured. He looked fine during the interview after the game. The shoulder wasn't hanging or he was wearing a sling.

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05-18-2014, 10:13 AM
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sounds like a stinger and it was just too painful or zapped him of his strength and mobility enough yesterday to be effective. he said he didnt return because he didnt think he'd be good enough to help the team.

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I bet it was a stinger as well. I had a couple playing college hockey. It can knock you out for a game or 2 depending on how it's zapping you. It's not necessarily super painful, but it can be hard to move certain parts of your body just because your nerves are firing wrong.

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05-18-2014, 02:55 PM
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He's a tough kid he'll be back. Smart to rest him when you are routing the HABS anyway.

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05-19-2014, 12:07 AM
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I didn't get to see the game and didn't see any highlights on the injury on nhl.com Can someone tell me what happened?

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05-19-2014, 01:03 AM
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He's a tough kid he'll be back. Smart to rest him when you are routing the HABS anyway.
He didn't play after his 1st or 2nd shift, it was a 2-1 game for 39 minutes. I don't know if we rested him while routing the Habs, that's not a precise characterization of what happened. He was injured and sat out during a close game that ended up being a rout.

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05-19-2014, 02:34 AM
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I wonder if they were evaluating him and after period one they were like "well we've got a two goal lead. I think we can be more cautious with this." And after period two, they were like "we're up three, ****, let's just sit him for the game. he'll be good as new" and 5 minutes into the third they were all like "lolz, this sauna feels great"

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05-19-2014, 02:38 AM
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I didn't get to see the game and didn't see any highlights on the injury on nhl.com Can someone tell me what happened?


kinda a blind side hit, but only kinda because Brassard was watching his pass.

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05-19-2014, 03:39 AM
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kinda a blind side hit, but only kinda because Brassard was watching his pass.
Definitely dirty. He wasn't admiring the pass so much as he was just following the play. Puck goes to his right, he's gonna look right. Common sense. MTL forward is a moron.

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05-19-2014, 06:14 AM
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I just hope it doesn't turn out to be a bruised or fractured rib. Then he could easily be out for multiple weeks.

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It's a late hit. If Brass was still skating with the puck, OK then it's a great hit. But that's late. The puck was gone and it wasn't incidental.

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05-19-2014, 07:36 AM
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That wasn't a late hit good lord. The hit was in the flow of play it was about a second after he passed the puck. If that's a late hit then 3/4's of the hits in the playoffs are late. Brassard should have kept his head up, then he could have easily braced himself.

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05-19-2014, 07:37 AM
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Sounding like MTL fans when people complain about the hit.

It was clean, but unfortunate.

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A little late but I understand the no call.

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Clean hard hockey play.

looked like he wrenched his back a bit as he was not holding anyting after getting to his knees.

Hope he's been on the trainers table for a few hours each day to work that out.

Should be good to go

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That wasn't a late hit good lord. The hit was in the flow of play it was about a second after he passed the puck. If that's a late hit then 3/4's of the hits in the playoffs are late. Brassard should have kept his head up, then he could have easily braced himself.
This. And every hit from the side is not a blindside hit.

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05-19-2014, 07:57 AM
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Definitely dirty. He wasn't admiring the pass so much as he was just following the play. Puck goes to his right, he's gonna look right. Common sense. MTL forward is a moron.
It wasnt dirty. Give me a break with that homer ****.

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It wasnt dirty. Give me a break with that homer ****.
Okay. I guess i call out every hit on a ranger as a dirty hit right? Cut the homerism BS.

It was late and late sure as **** isn't clean.

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Definitely dirty. He wasn't admiring the pass so much as he was just following the play. Puck goes to his right, he's gonna look right. Common sense. MTL forward is a moron.
MTL forward is a moron for throwing a body check

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MTL forward is a moron for throwing a body check
Well I think he means the Montreal forwards are morons because they didn't throw that hit.

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The jokes are hilarious. +A material people. (I didn't edit the forward part in the original post woopdy doo!)

Or the guy could simply respect the fact that he didn't need to hit a guy who moved the puck much less even looking in his direction.

But clearly there's no debate here at all. Thank you to all the sarcasm experts.

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The jokes are hilarious. +A material people. (I didn't edit the forward part in the original post woopdy doo!)

Or the guy could simply respect the fact that he didn't need to hit a guy who moved the puck much less even looking in his direction.

But clearly there's no debate here at all. Thank you to all the sarcasm experts.
it was a split second. The hit was already in motion. It did not target the head. As the others said, not every hit from the side is an illegal 'blind side' hit.

Not dirty at all.

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05-19-2014, 10:18 AM
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The jokes are hilarious. +A material people. (I didn't edit the forward part in the original post woopdy doo!)

Or the guy could simply respect the fact that he didn't need to hit a guy who moved the puck much less even looking in his direction.

But clearly there's no debate here at all. Thank you to all the sarcasm experts.
Im supposed to respect the "fact" that NHL players shouldn't hit players that are admiring their pass? Lol...ok.

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why is he not playing tonight!?

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It was clean, but unfortunate.
this. no more no less

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