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341 clicks; posted to Sports » on 30 Nov 2022 at 7:20 PM (9 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2022-11-30 7:26:54 PM  
Ooooof, not sure on the tastefulness of that subby, even for the typical hockey reprobates...
 
2022-11-30 7:42:01 PM  
They say that it's not career threatening.

On the other hand, this is the second one. Maybe he should retire and enjoy the rest of his life. I'd certainly miss him, he's one of my favorite players, but it's about him, not us.
 
2022-11-30 7:50:26 PM  
That dude is officially Mr. Injury. Good player but he makes Mr. Glass look like prime Arnold.
 
2022-11-30 7:51:26 PM  
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2022-11-30 8:14:04 PM  

portnoyd: That dude is officially Mr. Injury. Good player but he makes Mr. Glass look like prime Arnold.


I mean, he's played 962 games.
 
2022-11-30 8:15:59 PM  

Deathbymeteor: Ooooof, not sure on the tastefulness of that subby,


Might taste better with a hint of jam.
 
2022-11-30 8:23:11 PM  
Damn, that's some scary shiat for someone that young.
 
2022-11-30 8:52:07 PM  

Adolf Oliver Nipples: They say that it's not career threatening.

On the other hand, this is the second one. Maybe he should retire and enjoy the rest of his life. I'd certainly miss him, he's one of my favorite players, but it's about him, not us.


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I had similar thoughts in regards to Alex Smith after his leg injury; take the hint and hang 'em up. You have enough money to retire, and you're young enough to enjoy said retirement. Do it.
 
2022-11-30 9:18:00 PM  

lindalouwho: Damn, that's some scary shiat for someone that young.


Yeah. The interesting but is him saying he is thankful to know his body enough to sense when something is off and take it to the experts. I believe him - an athlete like that is probably VERY used to listening to body feedback. Even cooler her wants to raise awareness.

One problem: what the hell were the symptoms !?! Maybe the rest of us are having micro strokes every day with no clue.
 
2022-11-30 9:18:48 PM  
That LeSux.  Time to coach and stop taking hits.
 
2022-11-30 9:49:07 PM  
BlazeTrailer:
One problem: what the hell were the symptoms !?! Maybe the rest of us are having micro strokes every day with no clue.

I'm curious too!  But you know how hockey is -- they don't like to divulge too much health detail about active players because opponents can and will exploit it.
 
2022-12-01 7:36:20 AM  

BlazeTrailer: lindalouwho: Damn, that's some scary shiat for someone that young.

Yeah. The interesting but is him saying he is thankful to know his body enough to sense when something is off and take it to the experts. I believe him - an athlete like that is probably VERY used to listening to body feedback. Even cooler her wants to raise awareness.

One problem: what the hell were the symptoms !?! Maybe the rest of us are having micro strokes every day with no clue.


If you're paying attention, you'll know.
https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/transient-ischemic-attack/expert-answers/mini-stroke/faq-20058390

I've always been aware of changes in my body, but after I had my colon taken out I became hyper aware because there were a lot of things to figure out going forward. Now, I know when something starts going awry anywhere in my body, though it's frustrating when it takes longer than that for a problem to show up in tests. The good thing is, my doctors know and are vigilant anytime I express concern about something.
 
2022-12-01 8:26:28 AM  
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2022-12-01 9:14:12 AM  

BlazeTrailer: One problem: what the hell were the symptoms !?!


I saw another story that said on Monday he had a migraine. He called the team trainer, who told him to go to the hospital. He did, they ran some tests, and diagnosed him.
 
2022-12-01 10:12:48 AM  

lindalouwho: BlazeTrailer: lindalouwho: Damn, that's some scary shiat for someone that young.

Yeah. The interesting but is him saying he is thankful to know his body enough to sense when something is off and take it to the experts. I believe him - an athlete like that is probably VERY used to listening to body feedback. Even cooler her wants to raise awareness.

One problem: what the hell were the symptoms !?! Maybe the rest of us are having micro strokes every day with no clue.

If you're paying attention, you'll know.
https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/transient-ischemic-attack/expert-answers/mini-stroke/faq-20058390

I've always been aware of changes in my body, but after I had my colon taken out I became hyper aware because there were a lot of things to figure out going forward. Now, I know when something starts going awry anywhere in my body, though it's frustrating when it takes longer than that for a problem to show up in tests. The good thing is, my doctors know and are vigilant anytime I express concern about something.


I listen. Pretty good at musculoskeletal. Then a bunch of paranoid "what's that?" on anything internal
 
2022-12-01 10:37:08 AM  
In 2014, the defenseman missed over two months due to a stroke. During that time period, testing revealed that he was born with a very small hole in the wall of his heart. Although the small defect in the wall is apparent in all individuals, it typically closes on its own in most people. Since his initial stroke eight years ago, he has played 543 regular-season games and made 69 playoff appearances.

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