Chirpin' Grinder wrote:-It has been opined here on this board that Derrick Pouliot projects to be a Brian Campbell type. I would take Zemgus Girgensons over Campbell and Pouliot. Still hard to fathom how Shero thought a smallish offensive backliner was more of a need, even if Pouliot hits his ceiling, than a big, strong two way forward like Girgensons. Buffalo has at least one solid piece moving forward. Possible captain material? Imagine Girgensons/Sutter/Bennett as a third unit! Ray, perhaps you need the number for MAF's shrink to deal with this D man drafting obession/attachment to over the hill vets schizophrenia?
Chirpin' Grinder wrote:-Orpik was just brutal again. Seriously, I hate to say it because I have been a big 44 fan, but he is just playing awful hockey. He looks lost and it looks more mental, like his mind has lost step more so than his legs. He looks like he doesn't really want to be out there.
Froggy wrote:It's funny seeing the quotes out of Buffalo from after the game. They're all like "well shucks... They're just a much better team than us. What do you want us to do?"
Hugo Stiglitz wrote:Pruezy11881 wrote:-
-Fleury is partially to blame for the goal, but didn't get any help from Scuds (?) behind the net. Looked like he just gave the puck to a Sabre.
Or maybe nobody picked up Stafford? He had NOBODY covering him.
nastystang05 wrote:Pre surgery exercise is normal prior to surgery especially acl surgery. The knee is still functional there isn't any reason he can't exercise with a brace. If he didn't have brace the femur would just translate fwd on the tibia and give out.
Gaucho wrote:nastystang05 wrote:Pre surgery exercise is normal prior to surgery especially acl surgery. The knee is still functional there isn't any reason he can't exercise with a brace. If he didn't have brace the femur would just translate fwd on the tibia and give out.
Thanks. He's not coming back this season, is he?
Physical rehabilitation after ACL surgery may take several months to a year. The length of time until you can return to normal activities or sports is different for every person. It may range from 4 to 6 months.
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