Discussion in 'Toronto Maple Leafs' started by daddy, Oct 27, 2018.
He got hurt
Not practicing tomorrow, and not playing Monday.
You start a thread called Matthews 'injury report' and you have no report? Ok then
Not practicing, not playing.
For **** sakes man.
Is the report invisible or something or am I going blind?
This is why we can't have nice things... Wait... We have Tavares, Marner, Kappy, Freddy, Mo...
Get better soon Matthews!
Thanks for the update!
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It will start as day to day and become week to week. Hopefully it won't be as long a layoff as last season.
Not the same shoulder as last season. Either way hopefully it's not long. I'd like to see the full team play at some point.
We have a big problem if our best player can't take a hit like that without getting seriously hurt.
Welp....if this is just Babcock not being completely truthful to avoid massive meltdown, it is probably an AC joint separation and they are going to see what happens when the swelling reduces. But if those words are to be taken accurately, they probably think its only a Grade 1 injury and could be back in a week. Which would be awesome for everyone.
Out at least one game
It really has nothing to do with that. Ive have multiple shoulder injuries on both sides in my younger career. Sometimes it's just stupid luck or bad timing, but getting hit with that kind of force just behind the shoulder would probably knock out most players.
Huge hit there..
We have some wiggle room in the standings, don't bring him back unless he's 100%. He was a shadow of his former self last year when he came back prematurely.
Would you it a ****ing rest. Not every body's body reacts to force the same. It's always the basement boys that are first to comment when someone gets hurt.
People like you who are basically calling Matthews a *****, clearly have never played sports ever or have injured your shoulder. Any type of force can injure your shoulder. I've had a separated shoulder, I've had a rotator cuff injury and a torn labrum. Shoulder injuries are not easy to deal with and can happen so easily. It's one of the body's most loose joints. That's how we have so much mobility in our arms.
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