Goligoski breaks wrist in WCHA Final Five

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  1. firstroundbust

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    Bad news pens fans...finally he gets over the nagging ankle injury, only to take a two hander in the consolation game against UND...bad news for gopher fans too, especially with the FF starting...

    :cry: :cry:
     
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    Goligoski has been anything BUT bad news for Pens fans.
     
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    Well that sucks.....he certainly has had an excellent season though. Shame it got cut a bit short.
     
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    no sh*t

    the kid reminds me of Scott Neidermayer...not as fast, but everything he does is smooth and fluid...he was supposed to be in the USHL this season, but came aboard when Ballard signed with the Yotes...I'm tellin ya, he's the next great d-man to come out of the U
     
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    He may still play:

    http://www.startribune.com/stories/503/5305787.html

     
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    Oh I hope so.

    I really want to see my favorite college player again.

    I've seen him three times this season(thank you Fox Sports College) and he's amazed me each time I've seen him. The announcers can't get enough of him either. Seems every time you hear his name called it's "another great play by Goligoski."

    I wasn't a fan of the pick at the time but I've grown into one of his biggest fans.
     
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    This is really bad news for PENS fans, I was hoping he would be a BIG part of the PENS when hockey starts.
     
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    He won't be a big part of Pens hockey for a few years...he should stay in college for atleast a couple years, if not the whole four years. He's already way ahead of his development curve, why push it anymore by making him turn pro?
     
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    As stated by a few other, wouldn't surprise me in the least. I seem to recall one of the main reasons Chris Drury opted to play hockey instead of baseball is becauce during his senior year of high school he broke his wrist and he could still play hockey but not baseball.
     
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    nah

    6'0" 175-180 for a 18 year old isn't small
     
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