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
Well, i feel for Leclaire when people say he is injury prone. I'd like to see anyone go stop 100 mph pucks in the NHL and having guys over 6'0 and 200 lbs run into you. All that + the non-ergonomic basic position of the goalie + all the stress/pressure + fatigue factor... Those guys must be very ****ed up at the end of their careers... I still don't get Hasek still playing at a pro level, freak of nature.
This is probably the funniest and worst job ever at the same time.
I hope my comment about a propensity for injury wasn't taken the wrong way. I am not bashing the guy and I hope he is not hurt. I was only commenting on my experience as a blue jacket fan whilst he was our #1.
The guys on sportsnet said Leclaire could have a broken jaw, what terriable luck if true
No kidding...if this is true he must have been truely hexed by some evil witch in his past. I mean really, sitting out as a precaution minding his own business and then whamo, a piece of rubber flys in and dents his mellon.
No question, the man is injury prone
If the worst case scenario happens, who gets the call up?