Injury Report: Loui Eriksson (Update 11/5 - In the lineup!)

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    Yep, skating with second line, although Caron is rotating in.

    I didn't think in any way that he'd be ready for tomorrow, still don't. But if Caron is on the second line I'm really going to be pissed. No reason to send Spooner back if that was the case. He must be ready, I hope they're not rushing him back. But I really doubt this team would rush anyone with a concussion back anymore. Must be ready, great news. :handclap:
     
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    Glad he's back skating with the team but hope he doesn't play until he's really ready.
     
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    I hope you're right... and i agree.

    In any case, it must've been a lower-grade concussion Loui sustained if he's already skating in yellow. I doubt it's because they are rushing him.

    And that is good news moving forward. I'm sure if it was a higher-grade concussion he'd be out at least another month or so... it really hasn't been that long when you consider other case studies.
     
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    Spooner assigned to baby B's...
     
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    hope he plays tomorrow and pots a couple
     
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    I hope you are correct.

    I really have a feeling the B's will improve and peak when they need to.

    Too much talent to not play well.
     
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    One would have to assume Loui's in then? :thumbu:
     
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    Great news on Loui! I am cautiously optimistic assuming the Bs would never risk rushing another guy back but concussions do scare the crap out of me ever since Savard.
     
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    Hope he is back tomorrow.
     
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    If he wasn't ready to go he wouldn't be wearing a regular practice jersey.

    I trust the medical staff and Loui.
     
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    With spooner going back to Providence my guess is they are pretty confident Louie will be ready this week.

    Good news if he is ready for tomorrow.
     
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    Sounds like best case for Lou. Very happy, I suspected it would go well for him.

    I selfishly hope he passes on the Olympics, but I doubt he will ;)
     
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    any update on boychuk??
     
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    No need to rush Louie. Take your time coming back. Head injuries are no joke. And all it takes is a small Hunwick like hit and you're back home.

    I'd be extra cautious.
     
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    Damn, I'm surprised he's making such a quick return. Or well, quicker than that I thought. Really good to hear the progression he's made and the fact that they're already seriously considering he could suit up as soon as tomorrow is obviously great news. Must not have been as serious as it could've been, thankfully. Hopefully he is actually ready though, and not rushing this like others have said.
     
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    Agree with this....the boston organization I'm sure won't rush him back just for the stars match up, although would love to see it...
     
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    Yup.

    I am always frustrated when fans play doctor. It's not like the organization, or more important Loui himself, aren't better able to judge when he's ready than some fan. People always suggesting players might be rushing or advocating for extra days off like they know better has always confused me.
     
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    People hear concussion and their mind races to Savard and the worst case scenario. Every time a Bruin gets one it's "omg! He's going to be like Savard."

    Loui will do what's right for himself. If he feels good and the doctors agree than that's all that matters.

    Unrealistic timetables is a common trend on these boards.
     
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    He was interviewed today and I got the strong vibe that he will be a go for tomorrow night.

    And I guess Lindy hasn't been too impressed with Tyler's complete game thusfar, but I expect him to have a good game nonetheless. He'll probably have his milk money stolen on the dot, but definitely will have some good scoring chances.

    Needless to say, I've never been so pumped for a Bruins/Stars regular season game. :yo:
     
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    And there have been a couple of really good games between us, too.
     
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    Haven't been following the Stars but I thought I remember hearing that Tyler was moved back to the wing after the first handful of games. Is he back at center?
     
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    I haven't been following them that much either, but I'm pretty sure Seguin is still there. Pevs is playing with Benn and Seguin, he was great on the dot. Could always go with him.

    I think they're molding Seguin into their long-term C, though. Anyone who has played wing for 3 years is going to have a tough time going to center, by far the most difficult forward position.
     
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