Discussion in 'NHL Draft - Prospects' started by RedwingsnCudi13, Jan 25, 2011.
Blues have a curse, must have really ticked off the hockey gods. Perron, Oshie, Polak, Tarasenko, Macdonald, Schwartz, Petro, EJ, Janssen, and Cola have all missed time to injury and 8 of those 10 were severe injuries. Ouch.
That sucks. I like him a lot. I hope he recovers well and to his full ability and this isn't nagging, I wanna see a nice 15 year debate on who won the Sens-Blues trade
Barring injuries, both.
weak. Kuz is playing with 2 bum shoulders. man up
hope he's better soon and rehabs well, cant wait to see him in the NHL.
Why wouldn't he be? He is a Blue.
The Cubs of hockey. It will never end.
Our 2 elite prospects injured significantly. 3 of our 4 best forwards injured significantly, and Brewer (yes...Brewer) is the only top 6 defenseman we have that hasn't missed time. All of whom (Except EJ) missed significant time.
See, this is why we traded him for Rundblad.
Hope his rehab goes well so this is a one time problem, Tarasenko looked excellent in the WJC and I'd love to see him do well in the NHL.
At this point it's looking pretty good for the Sens, but it's hard to say as neither have broken into the NHL yet and their play might not translate. Although Rundblad is supposedly like a bigger more defensively responsible Karlsson.
after seeing how drastically Hodgson's stock fell with his injury. i'm expecting to see Tarasenko take a nosedive in hfboards general consensus...only to turn out completely fine in time.
Word is that his recovery and rehab will take about 1 month.
I feel bad for St. Louis, they were going to have such a dynamite year. I feel even worse for Halak because I know his stats aren't a true reflection of his skill
That's the problem with being a goalie on a weak team sometimes. (Just wanted to point out pre-injury St. Louis was in no way a weak team, they are for now though )
Hopefully that's true, got a link to the article?
Its true. Ive got a link but its in russian.
Don't be so quick to give Halak a pass. He hasn't been very good since the first 10-12 games of the year. And it isn't close to being all on the defense. He has let in a lot of soft goals.
He has been very disappointing. But we do have to remember he is only 25 and in his first year as a #1 goalie. He is maturing just like a lot of Blues players.
As for Tarasenko...I'm surprised this didn't happen sooner.
no surgery for tarasenko
The thread title needs to be changed - whether he requires surgery or not is not definite...and now that it's sounding like he'll only be out a month, I would assume that he won't require surgery. Based on what I've read elsewere from Russian sources, it sounds like Tarasenko suffered a low to mid grade separated shoulder. Only if he suffered a grade 5 or 6 separated shoulder would he likely need surgery.
They only have about 6 regular season games left before the playoffs.
Tarasenko will be out for 1 month, won't need a surgery
McKenzie = Unreliable and Fraud :
Wrong. McKenzie wrote he suffered a season ending injury, which is true, as the KHL season ends in like two weeks or so I believe.
Good to hear that it wan't a major shoulder injury, as those can sometimes be impossible to come back 100 percent from at any age.
Read the thread title again, Stang. STL was referencing the "surgery" part, not the season-ending part.
Bust, trade him for Kaberle
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