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12-14-2003, 09:09 AM
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Rivet injured???

I read that he had a groin injury and left the game during the second period after his fight with Roy..... anyone knows?

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I don't know, but I like the way Langdon jumped in for him, finally doing what he was brought here for.

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I don't know, but I like the way Langdon jumped in for him, finally doing what he was brought here for.
Well said! I didn't catch the game on TV but saw the highlight earlier and I totally agree with this! That was nice to see Langdon protect his teammates.

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I read that he had a groin injury and left the game during the second period after his fight with Roy..... anyone knows?
any news about whether he'll be in next game? if he is out we'll have to call up one of the hamilton d - maybe hainsey or dykhuis...

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well, if there is any upside to an injury at all, which i hope rivet is not cause he has been playing better as of late, it will garner komi more ice time.
lets hope rivet gets a speedy recovery

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"Playing better lately", yes, but still one of our worst defenseman. He was still responsible of the first goal against tampa

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"Playing better lately", yes, but still one of our worst defenseman. He was still responsible of the first goal against tampa
for me is not one of the worst ; he's THE worst.but he 've increase his play lately...

I think that he needs to build his confidence , so may be this injurie is going to give him a menthal brake ;may be that could help him to play more relax, i don't know if there is a way to traduce ''prendre de la distance ''

so , take a good time mr Rivest , and come back soon

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So are we going to see Dykhuis again?

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So are we going to see Dykhuis again?
Let's hope not. This is Christmas time, and I'd rather watch some prospects than a lump of coal.

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He (Rivet) was still responsible for the first goal against tampa
that's what i thought, too, but apparently michael ryder should have covered rivet's point position after passing him the puck...

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