Eriksson diagnosis

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    Eriksson diagnosis

    Has there been anything reported about the severity of either of Eriksson's concussions sustained with the Bruins? My simple Google search hasn't turned up anything...

    Grade I, II or III ???

     
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    Re: Eriksson diagnosis

    no, fortunately, him being on IR doesn't mean it's bad. See you probably don't know about this, but IR doesn't really mean much. LTIR means a lot. He's not on LTIR as far as I know. Let me know when he is, then it's bad. 

     
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    All his being on IR means is that the Bruins can call up guys.  There has been no report I've ever seen that revealed the severity of Eriksson's concussions. 

     
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    Re: Eriksson diagnosis

    Until Eriksson goes through about 18 months of no concussions, he is day to day like Bergeron was.

     
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    ORPRICK-lol

     
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    Re: Eriksson diagnosis

    I have to think that a concussion where you don't lose consciousness is less severe than when you black out and get carried out on a stretcher.

     
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    In response to BadHabitude's comment:
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    I have to think that a concussion where you don't lose consciousness is less severe than when you black out and get carried out on a stretcher.

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    Dr Recchi would know.

     
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    Re: Eriksson diagnosis

    I dont think Erickson will evercome back fully healthy...lets turn the page on him just like Horton and Savard and wish him best of luck ....

     

     
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    In response to StanleyCuptotheBruinsin2011's comment:
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    I dont think Erickson will evercome back fully healthy...lets turn the page on him just like Horton and Savard and wish him best of luck ....

     

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    Always an optimist I see, hope your wrong unlike you not convinced Fraser is the second comming of Gretzky.

     
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    Re: Eriksson diagnosis

    In response to kitchener's comment:
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    In response to StanleyCuptotheBruinsin2011's comment:
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    I dont think Erickson will evercome back fully healthy...lets turn the page on him just like Horton and Savard and wish him best of luck ....

     

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    Always an optimist I see, hope your wrong unlike you not convinced Fraser is the second comming of Gretzky.

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    My wife being a doctor I can tell you "forget Erickson" ...I hope he recovers and spend great time with his wife and children , but I dont see him coming back in the NHL , sorry to be realistic nothing negative, just the plain truth

     
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    Re: Eriksson diagnosis

    In response to StanleyCuptotheBruinsin2011's comment:
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    I dont think Erickson will evercome back fully healthy...lets turn the page on him just like Horton and Savard and wish him best of luck ....

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    Did you think the same when Bergeron got slammed into the boards? And that hit was WAY worse than either one on Eriksson. I hope he comes back and proves all the doubters wrong!

     
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    Erickson is a fragile player , and he will never be the same I sure hope he could come back to help the BRUINS but I do not wear pink glasses ....and I am not a dreamer ....lets face it he is about the same size than Savard and same results.....lets just turn the page we still have Smith, Fraser and Morrow from that trade .....

     
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    In response to StanleyCuptotheBruinsin2011's comment:
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    Erickson is a fragile player , and he will never be the same I sure hope he could come back to help the BRUINS but I do not wear pink glasses ....and I am not a dreamer ....lets face it he is about the same size than Savard and same results.....lets just turn the page we still have Smith, Fraser and Morrow from that trade .....

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    Dude, pass what you're smoking. 

    You must be high as a kite to armchair diagnose a guy into retirement. 

    Keep your day job.

     
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    In response to nrguy's comment:
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    In response to StanleyCuptotheBruinsin2011's comment:
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    Erickson is a fragile player , and he will never be the same I sure hope he could come back to help the BRUINS but I do not wear pink glasses ....and I am not a dreamer ....lets face it he is about the same size than Savard and same results.....lets just turn the page we still have Smith, Fraser and Morrow from that trade .....

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    Dude, pass what you're smoking. 

    You must be high as a kite to armchair diagnose a guy into retirement. 

    Keep your day job.

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    You'll see nrguy...and I will accept gracefully your apolodgies

     
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    Re: Eriksson diagnosis

    mjght have met a shrink, through her work

     
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    Re: Eriksson diagnosis

    In response to StanleyCuptotheBruinsin2011's comment:
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    Erickson is a fragile player , and he will never be the same I sure hope he could come back to help the BRUINS but I do not wear pink glasses ....and I am not a dreamer ....lets face it he is about the same size than Savard and same results.....lets just turn the page we still have Smith, Fraser and Morrow from that trade .....

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    You nightly refer to Bruins' management calling you for advice or a job, and you aren't a dreamer?

     
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