Discussion in 'Boston Bruins' started by Lost Horizons, Nov 19, 2013.
I hope he didn't aggravate whatever was bothering him in the playoffs.
It was a hamstring in the playoffs and I bet that's what he's may have done-tweaked the hamstring.
TBD if he skates Thursday "sounds" positive, doesn't it?
Maybe he just tweaked something but I suspect we won't see him on Thursday but the thought that he might is positive in that his time out may not be very long.
Injuries are going to happen, games are going to be missed. Very small is the number of players who get through a season without missing at least 1 or 2. With that said, here's to hoping that we are going through our injuries now and come April/May/June everyone is healthy and ready to roll.
Thank God we've got some depth on defense.
So who do we bring up? Trotman gets my vote. Casto is a close second.
All I know is whoever they call up...they have to break up Boychuk/Bart...my god were they horrible last night playing together.
i'd rather have him for the POs. let him rest and come back when he's 100%.
Which is why you don't trade off your "surplus."
Trotman's missed like the last eight games with an injury. I won't be him. Has Casto even played well?
I don't follow the P Bruins close enough to offer an educated opinion on specific players but it needs to be a stay at home type guy. Do either of these guys fit the bill? From what I remember of Miller in the preseason, he seems like an adequate choice.
I hope this doesn't drastically increase Chara's TOI. Obviously last night it needed to, especially with Bartkowski getting banged up as well. But several games playing in the >25-30 min range will add up big time for Z.
Tough to tell though. Krug gives the puck away all the time and Bartkowski still scares me, so we'll see. I hope Hamilton steps up and takes charge with some big minutes.
All the time???
Can we un-sticky the Injury thread and lock it up since we get a new thread with every injury anyway?
Less sorting for these 104 year old eyes of mine
Didn't know about Trotman and I've never seen Casto play. Don't follow the PBs. The reason I picked Trotman is he impressed me the one time I saw him play. Casto was picked because he is a RH shot and has a mean streak to replace McQuaid. Miller would also be a decent call-up.
He is hurt too.
It will be Miller or Moore I would expect. Warsofsky is playing well by all account's but they will need a bigger body to replace Seids and McQuaid.
Call up Glen Featherstone!
Millar would be the obvious choice due to his extended stay at camp. Also it sounds like Mcquaid is close to returning as well
If there is a recall, and there may not be if McQuaid has skated the past two days, Miller is the guy.
He was the last D cut in camp, he's a stay at home guy, and he's the closest to NHL-ready.
Trotman has been hurt, Casto...seriously?, and Morrow just got hurt. And none of them could currently handle the NHL. Mike Moore would be a close second but he's more of an AHL vet than NHL fill in.
Leads the team in giveaways with the least amount of ice time so, sort of.
You are forgetting that this is the Lunatic Fringe, where exaggeration is the rule & not the exception.
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