dodint wrote:Bennett is a given. Bummed about Maatta though. Wonder how much work was too much work. Being 19, playing a full season, Olympics, and two rounds of playoffs is probably asking a lot.
OutofFoil wrote:Had it done at the Cleveland clinic also. UPMC has one of the best hand and wrist surgeons in the nation, so the guy at Cleveland Clinic must be a wizard. In my experience, Cleveland Clinic is where you go for the best of the best. Hopefully this Doc got it figured out for Bennett. Had to be a difficult procedure. A friend of mine just broke their wrist/lower arm and had a titanium plate and 7 pins installed. Their arm looked like a jigsaw puzzle that this guy had to put back together, pieces broke off, rotated on every axis and shifted around. Nasty stuff, but this guy was awesome, the after X-Ray looked like it wasn't broke except for the hairlines around where the bones should go back together, everything lines back up perfectly, except for the Wolverine looking plate and pins... I told them to ask the Doc to spring load those suckers. On a serious note, the Doc is an artist. But my friend won't be fully healed for at least 6 months, so I hope Bennett didn't get the Wolverine special also.
Hugo Stiglitz wrote: I'm excited to see what he can do 100% healthy.
Pens Fan Since 1970 wrote:Looks like the Pens are off to a good start in defending there man game's lost title from this season.
MalkinIsMyHomeboy wrote:Crankshaft wrote:Pavel Bure wrote:
I see you took the S out of HTTPS
I also like to live dangerously.
brwi wrote:Pens Fan Since 1970 wrote:Looks like the Pens are off to a good start in defending there man game's lost title from this season.
At least they didn't lose much at all in Bennett. Maata hurts a helluva lot more.
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