Injury Report: Craig Anderson

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  1. internetdotcom

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    Hey folks,

    Just got back from the game, and its obviously very early, but I'm hearing that Craig Anderson was able to walk around in the dressing room after being carted off the ice, so its not paralysis (the worst case scenario I thought of when I couldn't see him move from my seat). Hopefully there isn't a concussion, but it didn't look that likely at the game.
     
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    methot was on 1200 saying he looks ok to him. sounds like he'll be fine
     
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    I hope so, but I'm sure he will go through all the concussion protocols to make sure there is no risk before he plays again.
     
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    Seemed to be more of a concern with the upper chest and neck than the head but precautions are in order he no doubt is still on natural game adrenaline.
     
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    You sometimes get neck soreness a day or two afterwards with stuff like that, but thankfully it is nothing series.
     
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    My first thought was broken neck, thankfully I was wrong.
     
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    It was certainly a relief that he was walking around. Get some rest Andy and get well
     
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    That is so lucky if he's ok.

    I guess he's day-to-day for now.
     
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    Was scary to watch, I hope that Anderson is going to be OK~~~!!!!!!!

    Get Lawson to back up Robin and let Anderson just rest a bit while the Doctors run all their tests......................

    Better to be safe in these situations...............
     
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    Couldn't agree more.
     
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    Sounds like Hammond is getting called up, which seems to indicate that Anderson shouldn't be out for more than a game or two.
     
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    Good GOD you do NOT want to see Hammond up in Ottawa, NO, NO, NO~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Lawson will get the call...............................
     
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    Unless something changes, Hammond is getting called up. Which means that Anderson won't be out long and Lawson won't miss any starts in Binghamton.
     
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    Hammond probably wont be playing if he's called up. No reason to keep lawson sitting on the bench and have the bsens have to start hammond. Would be a nice reward if he could get an NHL game though. Lawson has been terrific as a bsen
     
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    I think it has something to do with waiver exemptions, sens dont want to risk the low chance Lawson gets claimed when he gets sent down therefore bingo will lose thier starter, smart move.
     
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    Injury call-ups are a non waiver issue..
     
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    It's not like Hammond would actually get to play anyway. Unless Lehner gets hurt too, I guess...
     
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    Just sign Bryzgalov.
     
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    As a goalie, I have been ran over like that a thousand times and sometimes it really hurts and I get neck/back problems for days. So in the NHL where guys are bigger and faster, it can hurt even more.

    It seemed to me like it was neck/back. At some point, I had 26 vertebrates displaced, but I have a specialist here in Montreal, thanks God
     
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    I can understand Andy's injury because the Dallas player drove his knee into Andy's head, but other than that how can you get hurt from the normal run-over ? You have all that padding on for pete's sake!
     
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    It's easy: Hyper-extend a body part, contort in the wrong direction, have your weight fall on something that is not meant to support it, complete a tear/break on a part that was already partially damaged from some other activity, have the force of the run-over cause a body part to turn quicker than it's meant to. There are a ton of ways to do it.

    Unless we have so much padding that we absorb 100% of the blow and are completely immobilized people are still going to get hurt. That's just the risk with pretty much any sport.
     
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    Give him a couple days of NHL pay. Nice reward.
     
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    Lawson called up to Ottawa.....

    BINGHAMTON, N.Y. – The Ottawa Senators of the National Hockey League announced today they have recalled goaltender Nathan Lawson on an emergency basis from American Hockey League affiliate, the Binghamton Senators.

    Lawson, 30, has played in seven of 10 games for Binghamton this season posting a 5-1-0 record with a 2.22 goals-against average and a .931 save percentage. He has appeared in 10 NHL games throughout his career, all with the 2010-2011 New York Islanders, going 1-4-2 with a 4.06 goals-against average and a .893 save percentage.


    Via Binghamton Website.....

    I did Not think that they would take Hammond up top, he is a long term project. Who is off to a slow start.......
     

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