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01-04-2017, 02:07 PM
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Backes is backes to practice today in a white jersey with spooner and DK
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Still can't believe he was practicing and there is a slight chance he could suit up next game.

I was worried he'd be gone for at least a month.

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01-04-2017, 02:47 PM
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Still can't believe he was practicing and there is a slight chance he could suit up next game.

I was worried he'd be gone for at least a month.
It certainly sounded that way. I just hope he doesn't have a set back from trying to come back too soon. Concussions are tricky and I believe this is his third or fourth documented concussion.

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It certainly sounded that way. I just hope he doesn't have a set back from trying to come back too soon. Concussions are tricky and I believe this is his third or fourth documented concussion.
There's no way he'd be allowed back if he wasn't ready. This isn't the 90s, you can't fake being better anymore from concussions.

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Whats the lastest on Belesky ? Have not heard when he may be returning.
Have not heard zip on him.

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There's no way he'd be allowed back if he wasn't ready. This isn't the 90s, you can't fake being better anymore from concussions.
I think guys could still fake it, depending on the severity. I just hope he's not rushing it to get back in time for the return to St. Louis.

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01-04-2017, 10:33 PM
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Whats the lastest on Belesky ? Have not heard when he may be returning.
Have not heard zip on him.
Claude Julien on Matt Beleskey earlier today: "I think he started skating yesterday for the first time (since the injury). I think he skated once, maybe twice, but very 'mild' if you want to put it that way. Easy skate, I should have said."

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“Not ready to be where I need to be to play in the best league in the world quite yet,” said Backes, making his way back from what is at least the fourth concussion of his career.

Backes remained hopeful that he could be in the lineup Saturday when the Bruins face the Panthers in Sunrise, Fla.

“Kind of the speed of everything,” said Backes, asked what would keep him from returning Thursday. “Take three or four days off without a lot of stimulus, not a lot of activity. Even if I was fully functional, which I may be, it’s a fast game and trying to get back up to speed you don’t want to put yourself in vulnerable positions to maybe take another hit to the head and get that compounding effect.”

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01-07-2017, 08:58 AM
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Claude Julien on Matt Beleskey earlier today: "I think he started skating yesterday for the first time (since the injury). I think he skated once, maybe twice, but very 'mild' if you want to put it that way. Easy skate, I should have said."
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01-10-2017, 10:27 PM
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Any word on Adam or Colin? My guess is high ankle sprain for Colin , shoulder or collarbone for Adam?

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01-11-2017, 09:38 AM
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I thought Colin came back after missing a few shifts?

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01-11-2017, 09:53 AM
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I thought Colin came back after missing a few shifts?
He was back on the bench, but I don't think Claude put him back in. Maybe with the game well in hand, he didn't want to risk it, or maybe Colin wanted to be there? I could be wrong, but I am pretty sure he never did get back on the ice.

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He was back on the bench, but I don't think Claude put him back in. Maybe with the game well in hand, he didn't want to risk it, or maybe Colin wanted to be there? I could be wrong, but I am pretty sure he never did get back on the ice.
Didn't he get on the ice right as they scored that pp goal during kmillers high stick?

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Didn't he get on the ice right as they scored that pp goal during kmillers high stick?
Yes , that is correct

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Didn't he get on the ice right as they scored that pp goal during kmillers high stick?
Yeah, you're right- that's good news; I must have missed seeing him all I saw was him coming back to the bench. The way his leg bent didn't look good, but maybe he's got a bit of the PJ Axelsson gumby thing going

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This is not a good time, if there ever was one, for two defenseman to go on the shelf. Down on the farm, Rob O'Gara, Linus Arnesson, Matt Barkowski and Matt Grzelcyk have all missed time recently with an assortment of maladies.


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This is not a good time, if there ever was one, for two defenseman to go on the shelf. Down on the farm, Rob O'Gara, Linus Arnesson, Matt Barkowski and Matt Grzelcyk have all missed time recently with an assortment of maladies.
Did you really have to include Bartkowski. You sent shivers up my spine.

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This is not a good time, if there ever was one, for two defenseman to go on the shelf. Down on the farm, Rob O'Gara, Linus Arnesson, Matt Barkowski and Matt Grzelcyk have all missed time recently with an assortment of maladies.
Alex Grant, 2nd on the team in scoring, leader for defense-man on the P-Bruins.

Why not give him a chance?

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Any word on Adam or Colin? My guess is high ankle sprain for Colin , shoulder or collarbone for Adam?
McQuaid stayed in St. Louis for observation. Sure sounds like a concussion. You get hit like he did his insides had to be going all over the place

If true this is not a good thing for him and maybe not getting in those 2 fights were a blessing

His style and history are worrisome

Miller is doubtful tomorrow so expect Liles & Morrow and hopefully Cross called up

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McQuaid stayed in St. Louis for observation. Sure sounds like a concussion. You get hit like he did his insides had to be going all over the place

If true this is not a good thing for him and maybe not getting in those 2 fights were a blessing

His style and history are worrisome

Miller is doubtful tomorrow so expect Liles & Morrow and hopefully Cross called up
Held for observation sounds like concussion protocol, but his facial reaction when he was hit looked more like "I'm in a lot of pain" than "where am I?"

Wonder if it's ribs. They took Bergeron for observation when they were afraid of a spleen injury and it was ribs/torn cartilage causing the problem.

Then again, it's McQuaid. It could just as well be some bizarre injury only seen in medical journals. Poor guy.

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Looked like shoulder or something on his right side to me. The way he landed when he fell leads me to believe it wasn't a concussion

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Looked like shoulder or something on his right side to me.
That's also what I thought watching the video from the angle of the bench. It looked like his arm was folded across his chest and that he absorbed the hit there. Having said that, though, I'm not sure that a shoulder would be reason to hold him. That does sound like a concussion.

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This is not a good time, if there ever was one, for two defenseman to go on the shelf. Down on the farm, Rob O'Gara, Linus Arnesson, Matt Barkowski and Matt Grzelcyk have all missed time recently with an assortment of maladies.
Ha ha, you forgot that Joe Morrow is still on the team didn't you?

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Wonder if it's ribs. They took Bergeron for observation when they were afraid of a spleen injury and it was ribs/torn cartilage causing the problem.
Looked like something in this region to me too. Maybe sternum? Broken rib that might be at risk of internal organs?

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