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10-31-2009, 03:59 PM
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Now Ericsson Whos Next? (H1N1, flu?)

Well atleast he didn't wreck a knee or break something, but apparently we didn't do a good enough job of disinfecting our locker room in Edmonton because Johnny's not feeling well, apparently he didnt skate this morning. Well I say suck it up and get out there Big Rig, just make sure to stay hydrated cant afford to lose anyone else!

http://www.mlive.com/redwings/index....sson_qu_1.html

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If Ericsson has the flu, I don't want him anywhere near the rest of the team.

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If Ericsson has the flu, I don't want him anywhere near the rest of the team.
Yea obviously, it just seems like were dropping like flies, when's it gonna stop!

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10-31-2009, 04:24 PM
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Oh boy. Isn't he the Wings top scoring dman?

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Probably too late. He's been with the team the entire time. They'll be dropping over the next 7-10 days.

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They were just in Edmonton...which Oiler just got diagnosed with H1N1?

Ruh-roh!

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Well atleast he didn't wreck a knee or break something, but apparently we didn't do a good enough job of disinfecting our locker room in Edmonton because Johnny's not feeling well, apparently he didnt skate this morning. Well I say suck it up and get out there Big Rig, just make sure to stay hydrated cant afford to lose anyone else!

http://www.mlive.com/redwings/index....sson_qu_1.html


Yeah, go over-exert yourself, constantly losing electrolytes, working in a cold environment, straining your body. That can't be dangerous at all, can it?

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Yeah, go over-exert yourself, constantly losing electrolytes, working in a cold environment, straining your body. That can't be dangerous at all, can it?
Wow, chill out man I wasn't being completely serious. Lets not go over exerting ourself's by getting all worked up now.

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Wow, chill out man I wasn't being completely serious. Lets not go over exerting ourself's by getting all worked up now.
Agree with you lol.

I think H1N1 is way overblown for anyone who is in good shape and between 18-50, from what I've read. Apparently a 13 year old hockey player dropped over dead last week near Toronto, but as a guy in my 20's, I'm not scared at all, and not bothering with the shot.

Just let him bunk with Ozzy! That'll do the trick.

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Agree with you lol.

I think H1N1 is way overblown for anyone who is in good shape and between 18-50, from what I've read. Apparently a 13 year old hockey player dropped over dead last week near Toronto, but as a guy in my 20's, I'm not scared at all, and not bothering with the shot.

Just let him bunk with Ozzy! That'll do the trick.

And u shouldn't be it's no more dangerous than the seasonal flu, the only reason there hyping it so much is so people go into a panic , go out get the vaccine and make Big Pharma billons upon billons of more dollars to stuff into there already over flowing, greedy pockets.

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And u shouldn't be it's no more dangerous than the seasonal flu, the only reason there hyping it so much is so people go into a panic , go out get the vaccine and make Big Pharma billons upon billons of more dollars to stuff into there already over flowing, greedy pockets.


Most people that have died from H1N1 are below 25 years old.

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Most people that have died from H1N1 are below 25 years old.
Just like the hundreds of thousands that die every year around the world under 25, over 50 whatever age bracket u want to choose. The media just doesn't report it because thats what the flu does, its gonna kill some people, no suprise there. Anyway lets get off the flu subject I dont feel like arguing about it.

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Most people that have died from H1N1 are below 25 years old.
I'm just wondering did you research this yourself?


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I'm just wondering did you research this yourself?

Ah, very good drunkspleen..... looks like somebody did there research, unlike someone else on this thread.

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To be clear, the Wings aren't even sure Ericsson has the flu yet, let alone H1N1.

Here's hoping it's a hangover!

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on the plus side, the article said Flip's broken wrist wasn't as bad as expected and he could be back sooner.

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Who's next? Ohhh, how about Brad May stays behind in Calgary with an undisclosed injury in the eye area.

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on the plus side, the article said Flip's broken wrist wasn't as bad as expected and he could be back sooner.
Yea I heard thank god, guess he wont require surgery just a hair-line fracture, expect him to be back in 6 weeks or so.

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Nobody's next. It's the bloody flu, not the Black Plague.

If anyone gets the flu from a teammate, tough ****. It's THE FLU. IT HAPPENS.

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H1N1 is nasty. My Dad has had it, and he is not the kind of person who EVER gets sick, let alone so sick he can hardly move.

I work for a hospital, and I've seen a lot of cases in this area, and I would say that most are no worse than the seasonal flu, but it lasts longer, and can be far more dangerous.

I don't think it's so much the flu itself for Ericsson, but it just leaves you so damn tired you can hardly move.

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Ericsson leads all our Dmen in points. He has to get healthy quickly.

BTW Maltby has more goals than Z and Datsyuk.

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H1N1 is nasty. My Dad has had it, and he is not the kind of person who EVER gets sick, let alone so sick he can hardly move.

I work for a hospital, and I've seen a lot of cases in this area, and I would say that most are no worse than the seasonal flu, but it lasts longer, and can be far more dangerous.

I don't think it's so much the flu itself for Ericsson, but it just leaves you so damn tired you can hardly move.
I have H1N1, I am just beginning a 5 day quarantine.....the first day left me feeling like i had been hit by a truck. I was hurting all over, even my skin was sore. I find now, as long as I'm not being physically active I am fine. If I start doing anything that may require *breathing* it causes some pretty nasty coughing fit's. That or cold air, so really I can't see Ericsson having the ability to play at any level....he really has no choice but to be kept away from the team for 7 days from his first symptoms. Besides that, they played a pretty damn good game without him last night.

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Ah, very good drunkspleen..... looks like somebody did there research, unlike someone else on this thread.
Actually, he was only scratching the surface....age groups have little to do with it, aside from young children with weak immune systems.

Talk to your health care provider if you are at risk for complications and you experience even mild flu symptoms. People at risk are:

* Children under five years
* Women who are pregnant
* People with chronic conditions such as heart or kidney disease, diabetes, asthma and chronic lung disease, suppressed immune systems, neurological disorders, liver disease, blood disorders and severe obesity

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Nobody's next. It's the bloody flu, not the Black Plague.

If anyone gets the flu from a teammate, tough ****. It's THE FLU. IT HAPPENS.
Thanks for the insight Dr. Menance greatly appreciated, and by the way I wasn't refering to who was gonna get the flu next, I was refering to who might we lose next due to injuries, sickness, errant sticks to the eye etc.... because seems we have had some pretty bad luck in that department so far, genius!

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I have H1N1, I am just beginning a 5 day quarantine.....the first day left me feeling like i had been hit by a truck. I was hurting all over, even my skin was sore. I find now, as long as I'm not being physically active I am fine. If I start doing anything that may require *breathing* it causes some pretty nasty coughing fit's. That or cold air, so really I can't see Ericsson having the ability to play at any level....he really has no choice but to be kept away from the team for 7 days from his first symptoms. Besides that, they played a pretty damn good game without him last night.
Dang that sucks Marky9er, hope ya feel better man!

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