Discussion in 'Buffalo Sabres' started by Chainshot, May 11, 2018.
McCabe was day to day. He was at what, a month?
As a Mets fan I am having PTSD after reading this and am just waiting for the announcement in a week he is out 4-6 weeks.
day to day, my ass.
Phil is always way off with injuries. Not sure if it's his fault or the medical staff's.
If he is back for Friday's game in Boston (and you know he really wants to play in that game), then he was day to day.
Still too early to tell.
or intentional sleight-of-hand.
It's the NHL. Injuries are akin to closely-held state secrets.
Why do I get the feeling we're about to get Buffalucked literally into next year with any Eichel injury news?
So help me, 2019, don't even go there. So help me.
He’s going to be out long enough so he never gets 70 pts just so we’re constantly trolled
"I haven't talked with the medical staff yet" is the new "I have to check the tape."
2 weeks is what I’ll be able to handle. No more, and hopefully less. If that happens he can still get 80 pts (he will have to keep pace though) and we may not fall to far out to still have a chance.
If it’s 3-4 or More I am going to lose my mind.
Doesn’t sound good with Jack. I’ll guess atleast a month. Praying I’m wrong and hoping to eat crow.
To me anyways, further evaluation makes it sound week-to-week rather than day-to-day, especially with the "don't think it will be a long-term case." Based on what Housley's not saying there, it's probably at least some term expected and not just x maintenance/rest days.
I asked this in the GDT but didn’t get a response: did anyone see what could have possibly injured him? A bump into the boards, quick slash, blocked shot... anything obvious enough to have caused this?
I missed the first period completely, and couldn’t actually sit down and watch until a few minutes into the second. It wasn’t until about the halfway point in the 2nd period that I was like “hey, wait a second... where’s Eich... oh ****.”
He was injured before the last game as he was a game time decision coming in.
Ah, I did not realize that; thanks!
Totally day to day.
Obviously the doctors were wrong and shouldnt have let him play the last game in the first place.
They seem to be wrong an awful lot
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