Forsberg Gets Good News

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  1. Art Vandelay

    Art Vandelay Registered User

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    Flyers center has groin strain, nothing more

    Flyers center and leading scorer Peter Forsberg on Tuesday traveled to Duke University to see a groin specialist. It was determined that he has a groin strain and nothing further, and he may begin skating again by this weekend. There is still no timetable for his return, and he still plans on representing Sweden in the Olympics barring any further injury.....

    Do you still plan on playing in the Olympics?
    PF: “We came down here and if there was anything else going on then I might be in trouble, but now everything seems to be fine. If I feel healthy and I feel good until the Olympics and everything feels fine, and if I don’t re-injure it or nothing like that, then there should be no problem going over and playing in the Olympics.â€

    http://www.philadelphiaflyers.com/pressbox/archive/2424.asp

    Calls for a : :banana:
     
  2. Burnaby_Joe*

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    Awesome news
     
  3. SChan*

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    good news, but is 100% yet. Flyers aint happy regardless if forsberg is healthy.
     
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    No, that calls for: :banana: :banana: :banana: :banana: :banana: :banana:





    P.S. You can never put too many bananas! :teach:
     
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    I agree,
    and this is great news for Sweden, having one of the best centers in the World on the roster won't hurt their chances

    :banana: :banana: :thumbu: :cheers:
     
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