BUG Community

Welcome! Log In

Forums Suggestion Box allinder isnt the only veteran hoping to get back i

Subscribe to allinder isnt the only veteran hoping to get back i  1 post, 1 voice

Log in to reply to this topic
 
Dec 20, 2012 7:48pm
Medium lingzi 1454 posts

SAINT JOHN, N. Andre Johnson Youth Jersey .B. —The
Acadie-Bathurst Titans power-play unit made all the difference in the Quebec
Major Junior Hockey Leagues season opener. Raphael Lafontaine and Brandon Hynes
both scored on the man advantage Thursday as Acadie-Bathurst topped the reigning
QMJHL champion Saint John Sea Dogs 3-1. Robert Davis opened scoring for the
Titan (1-0-0) in the first period, while Jacob Brennan made 26 saves for the
win. Lafontaine and Hynes scored in the second. Stephen MacAulay had a
power-play goal for Saint John (0-1-0) and goaltender Sebastien Auger stopped 26
shots. There was a special pre-game ceremony in honour of the Sea Dogs 2012
President Cup win, as Saint John raised the QMJHL championship banner to the
rafters of the arena. Brian Cushing Black Jersey . —Given the
result, the Detroit Lions probably should try to be this balanced all the time.
Arian Foster Authentic Jersey . “Making some
wishes,” Howard said. One of his wishes has finally come true. At long last, hes
out of Orlando. It took four teams, 11 other players, five draft picks and
countless rounds of talks over many months, but the Orlando Magic decided the
time was right to start over without the NBAs best centre and end a saga that
has dogged the franchise for what seems like an eternity. http://www.shophoustontexansgears.com/ .
Jyles will get his first start in four weeks – Joseph came off the bench for
Jyles in Week 9, leading the Eskimos to a win, and started the past three
contest. Rookie Matt Nichols will backup Jyles. Andre Johnson Authentic Jersey . When
Pittsburghs prized prospect sent the first pitch he saw into the seats for a
home run, it was evident that he was perfectly comfortable in his new role. J.J. Watt
Nike Jersey
. Then, suddenly, the momentum was all Philadelphias.
Claude Giroux and Jakub Voracek scored 47 seconds apart in the final minute of
the first period to give the Flyers the lead, and they held on for a 2-1 victory
over Boston on Thursday night to spoil the Bruins celebration of their Stanley
Cup championship.NEWARK, N.J. —Henrik Tallinder remembers the phone call in
January from the New Jersey Devils medical staff. He had been in excruciating
pain, his left leg swollen. He was told he had acute thrombophlebitis. In plain
English: a blood clot that would sideline him about two months. Now its June,
and Tallinder just last week was cleared to play again. The problem is the
Stanley Cup playoffs are almost over and the 33-year-old Swedish defenceman is
just hoping for a shot at playing in the final round against the Los Angeles
Kings. “Im good. Im ready,” Tallinder said this week. “I dont know, I mean, the
coach has to make the call. But, as I said, I feel physically fine. I dont have
any issues. Ive been practicing for two, three weeks now, and I feel good. I
mean, if I get the chance, its a dream come true. This is where you want to
play.” Tallinder, in his ninth season, almost made it to the Cup finals in 2006
with Buffalo. However, he broke his left arm in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference
finals against the eventual champion Carolina Hurricanes. This injury is an
altogether different matter. “When you get it and you read what it is, you are
concerned about it and realize its serious stuff,” he said. “You learn about it,
deal with it and move on. But when its in your legs, you are concerned about it
travelling to your lungs and its game over.” Tallinder used blood thinners to
eradicate the clot, but his comeback was slow. Even now that he is off the
medication, he still has to be careful. Taking a flight with the team to Los
Angeles for Games 3 and 4 on Monday and Wednesday requires precautions. Doctors
have advised Tallinder to wear compression stockings, stay well hydrated and to
get up and walk at times during the flight. Tallinder didnt seem to know exactly
how he was hurt. His last game was against Winnipeg on Jan. 17. He could have
been hit by a slapshot, or slashed or simply been dehydrated and took a flight.
The doctors told him his clot started as an infection in his vein. ”;It hurt and
I was limping,” Tallinder said. Glover Quin Womens Jersey. “I thought I
blocked a shot or it might have been a charley horse, but it never got better,
just worse and worse and worse. Then it was excruciating pain and it swelled and
it was huge. It could happen to anyone but its a freaky thing that happens. Now
I know how it feels and how it occurs.” Devils coach Peter DeBoer said before
Game 2 on Saturday that he was thinking of getting Tallinder back in the lineup.
“I do know this: I know hes kept himself in great shape,” DeBoer said. “He looks
good in practice. Before he went out, he was a top two defenceman for us. You
miss two, 2-2 1/2 months. It didnt hurt (Travis) Zajac coming back in. I know
youre jumping into the Stanley Cup Final, not into the last week of the regular
season. But (Jacob) Josefson jumped in last round against the Rangers coming off
six weeks out with a broken wrist, and it didnt hurt him. You know, you hope you
get the desired result, but you never know.” Tallinder isnt the only veteran
hoping to get back into the finals. Kings forward Simon Gagne is ready to go
after being sidelined with a concussion since late December. The way the Kings
are going, however, coach Darryl Sutter has been staying pat with his lineup. “I
have been in this league for more than 12 years, and I got close once in Philly
in 2010 and I got a conference finals Game 7 three times, and close to go to the
finals again,” Gagne said Saturday after the Kings held a pre-game skate at the
Prudential Center. “I know its hard to win, so any chance you get to go there
and any chance you get to play for that big trophy, youre going to take it.”
Gagne also knows the opportunity to hoist the Cup does not come along often. “At
this point of my career, you never know, this might be my last chance to taste
something like that,” he said. “Playing or not playing, a lot of things happened
in my career that Im glad that I am here and in that position right now.” ’ ’ ’ 

Log in to reply to this topic
Forums Suggestion Box allinder isnt the only veteran hoping to get back i