Discussion in 'Arizona Coyotes' started by TheLegend, Jan 23, 2019.
Are you kidding me!?
hahaha how is this possible??
Probably a busted knee...
The saddest thing is he was just starting to string together some classic OEL games and not looking checked out.
Him and hammer together were a legit top pairing
Every time one of our core gets injured, someone seems to step up. Looking at you Chicken.
The injury bug when the Yotes go a couple games healthy:
Anybody see a play where OEL was injured? Is it a knee?
Cool. Who's next? Keller?
So strange how it took a year and a half for them to develop enough chemistry to be that top pair we all had hoped for since the trade. Wonder why this happens? You see it across the league where the "best" two defensemen on the team play on different pairs. I get spreading out the talent, but that isn't always the case of why this happens.
This is a joke, right?
What a ****ing season. We are snake bit.
Don't worry guys, even with OEL out, I have found the recipe for our wins.
I only watch the ESPN App score sheet and highlights. As long as I maintain this trend we will go undefeated.
The hockey gods must still be smiting this team for kicking Doan to the curb. After they retire Doan's jersey everybody will start coming back from IR and push the team to the playoffs.
I relooked last nights 2nd period. His last shift he looked fine. didn't deliver or take hit, or get hit with puck, or fall down awkwardly. My guess is he has been playing with pain somewhere, maybe a knee, and it could have been there for a while but started feeling worse.
The only thing I noticed is that after the faceoff following the goal, the was a stoppage after about 10 seconds. He stayed on the ice, but he was sort of shaking his leg a little.
Kyle Capobianco…..come on down (or up).
Wow, if it is long term, we are not making to playoffs...
OEL still is most important piece of this team and most likely will be for a long time
Surely it's not anything too serious, he skated off okay and was reported to be walking around without a limp, so it's not like he's done an ACL.
I'm mainly worried it's going to be something that won't fully heal without extensive rehab/rest so if he keeps playing he'll have to play hurt the last 2-3 months. We've seen him play injured before and it was....not the best.
Hopefully it's just a medial strain or something similar. Nothing that requires surgery, just a few weeks rest.
With this teams luck he is out for the decade.
Our doctors will announce that he contracted the black lung, and don't call me Shirley.
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