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11-21-2009, 10:09 PM
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Leclaire Injury Reports UPDATE: out up to 4 weeks

Please post video of injury, updates from post-game show, on Leclaire's injury, etc here...

Really hope he's okay...

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From twitter of Ian Mendes:
ian_mendes Cory Clouston on Pascal Leclaire injury - "It's lower body. He'll be fine."
22 minutes ago from TwitterBerry

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11-21-2009, 10:15 PM
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Probably somewhat precautionary since we have a pretty dense schedule coming up.

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Considering he finished the second, I'm guessing it's not much of an injury.

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11-21-2009, 10:20 PM
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He did fall pretty awkwardly there when his head streched down to his stomach, like was previously mentioned he did finish the second and it was probably done for precautionary measures.

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11-21-2009, 10:25 PM
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it looked terrible on TV

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my back couldn't have taken that, that's for sure

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Goaltending is really a tough job. I had 5 games scheduled in 6 days (i know i'm crazy), but missed the last 2 because i had 3/4 of my vertebras missplaced in my spine (dunno if that makes sense in english)

I wish i had all the care pro athletes receive though. I would like to know exactly what kind of treatments they can get (i guess all of it), but wondering if they have "orthotherapists". That's what i use.

Leclaire will be fine hopefully

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Goaltending is really a tough job. I had 5 games scheduled in 6 days (i know i'm crazy), but missed the last 2 because i had 3/4 of my vertebras missplaced in my spine (dunno if that makes sense in english)

I wish i had all the care pro athletes receive though. I would like to know exactly what kind of treatments they can get (i guess all of it), but wondering if they have "orthotherapists". That's what i use.

Leclaire will be fine hopefully

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You write English much better than I ever will another language. Don't worry, you got your point across very well.

As for Leclaire, I'm sure it was precautionary. Regardless, he'll have some very well paid doctors doing everything they can to make sure he's ready to go as soon as possible.

If only the rest of us Canadians got the same health that care pro athletes do . . . but that's another can of worms

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Clouston seemed very confident with his "he'll be fine".

I was worried until that.

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Clouston seemed very confident with his "he'll be fine".

I was worried until that.
Would he really say anything else at this point?

I thought it looked like LeClaire injured himself in the game on Thursday night, when he was slow to get up. Maybe he aggravated that?

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I know alot of people have been jumping on his back, but when he went down, I think a few hearts almost stopped.

Hopefully he's okay (and from the sounds -- not so much looks - of it, he is).

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With LeClaire's injury history I have to say this has me worried.

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With LeClaire's injury history I have to say this has me worried.
Outside of his injury last year when else did he get hurt that kept him out for a long time.

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If it where to serious he wouldn't have been able to finish the second. Considering that I am not worried one bit, especially having a back up ready to go in Brian Elliott. I am quite confident with our goaltending tandem.

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I was at the game and Leclaire definitely looked like he was favoring his knee afterwards, he did not look good at all and I'm not sure why he finished the second, hopefully he's ok, but I wouldn't be surprised if he isn't ready for Monday.

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11-22-2009, 12:07 PM
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With Elliot in the net, there is no rush or pressure to play Leclaire until he's 100%. This is easily the best goaltending tandem the Sens have had in a very long time.

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With how he's been getting run into during that game, it was only a matter of time before he got injured (especially with looking at his horrible track record when he gets run profusely). I saw him getting up slowly a few times, and it was very apparent that something was really wrong. The fact that there were interference calls when some of these contacts were blatant and deliberate, adds salt to the wounds.

Should it be mild, Ottawa should breathe a sigh of relief on that one.
Good to see him battle through it until the period's end, though. Thats telling that it may be an injury that simply requires rest.

Ottawa has Elliott, and are starting to get a little confidence back. I believe they will be fine and hopefully Elliott can take this team on a run and put them on his back to allow Leclaire to take as much time is needed.

Question. Who would be Ottawa's third stringer?

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looked like he just tweaked his neck and back. no biggie.

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With how he's been getting run into during that game, it was only a matter of time before he got injured (especially with looking at his horrible track record when he gets run profusely). I saw him getting up slowly a few times, and it was very apparent that something was really wrong. The fact that there were interference calls when some of these contacts were blatant and deliberate, adds salt to the wounds.

Should it be mild, Ottawa should breathe a sigh of relief on that one.
Good to see him battle through it until the period's end, though. Thats telling that it may be an injury that simply requires rest.

Ottawa has Elliott, and are starting to get a little confidence back. I believe they will be fine and hopefully Elliott can take this team on a run and put them on his back to allow Leclaire to take as much time is needed.

Question. Who would be Ottawa's third stringer?
Mike Brodeur or Andy Chiodo from Binghamton, both of whom suck.

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Mike Brodeur or Andy Chiodo from Binghamton, both of whom suck.
They sure do. Fortunately the Sens have Lehner poised to usurp the starting job next season.

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Here's to hoping Pazzy's uninjured. Liked him as a BJ but his predisposition to being injured - not so much. Hope it's (injury) much ado about nothing.

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This injury was hardly Pazzies fault the player fell on top of him. Nothing to do with if he is injury prone or not just a fluke.

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Not injury-prone. Just injured while being forcibly made prone.

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