JAY JANOWER @DOUBLEJGLOBALBC wrote:Canucks will update Booth status tonight, having your stall emptied of its contents likely not a good sign for coming back soon.
aptar wrote:Wouldn't be a very high bar for Nicklas Jensen to try and reach. And you hope Kassian is top 6 next year.
aptar wrote:Shave off another million if Eddie Lack makes the team.
I wonder how Aquillini feels about eating those buyouts. Gillis was pretty up front that his approach was going to be to collect some contracts other teams didn't want, so hopefully ownership knew the risks.
i think the rule is actually 'more than five' games. that's why i chose 5 as the over/underKillface wrote:Nah, Jensen is still junior aged. His contact slides unless he plays five or more NHL games.
News1130 Sports wrote:#Wolves gm Wendell Young tell us #Canucks #1draft pick Nicklas Jensen has played well but not ready for big league call-up just yet.
Tripwyre wrote:He's a big-bodied goal-scoring winger who's been scoring goals. Something this team has lost two of in its last two games. He'll get some games whether he's ready or not.
lets call up archibaldJim Jamieson wrote:#Canuck coach Vigneault says may have to call forward up for Phoenix game on Thursday. Kassian ( back) not on trip, Sestito limping.
Defeatist wrote:Fighting is fucking stupid.
I'd be in favour of getting rid of it completely if the players could learn to keep themselves in check on the ice without it (though it's not like they're doing a great job of it now). Still, the negative effects on the fighters and the culture it promotes (violence as not only a legitimate but the de facto means of conflict resolution) isn't worth keeping around anymore in general.
King Ryan wrote:Yeah but that sort of ole time hockey brawl almost never happens anymore. They've rather successfully gotten that out of the game with little fanfare.
News1130 Sports wrote:David Booth's agent Mike Liut tells CKWX his client has an high ankle sprain - which mean partial torn ligament.
Liut won't say how long Booth is out but says it can be anywhere from 2 weeks to 2 months.
Liut says it will take time before Booth finds out exactly how long he is out and .
Liut admits it's been a frustrating year for Booth in VAN but feels confident his client will bounce back.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3438867/Athletes are allowed to return to sport when they can perform their sport-specific tasks at game speed with good movement quality and no significant complaints of pain or instability. Evidence suggests that syndesmosis sprains typically require 6 to 8 weeks for recovery, but this is variable. Chronic pain, instability, and functional limitations are common after syndesmosis sprains
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