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Josefson out 3-4 months.

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ghdi    65

Thats the early report on him. Time to bet on Henrique?

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DevilinLA    47

Not trying to be a board cop but -

Can we avoid making a thread like this without proof or a link. This OP would imply he's "done for the season"....

Pure speculation at this point. If you ARE speculating - state so.

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nessus    82

If I recall correctly, a broken clavicle shouldn't take much longer than a month to heal (usually less), as long as it isn't a rare case. Then with rehab, I don't expect him to miss any more than a month and a half...not that that's insignificant.

Then again, I'm not his doctor, so don't take my word for it.

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Mitico12    27

Ask Tony Romo for his opinion. He was done for the season, but then again, the Dallas season was only up until January. So, I'm guessing that 6-8 weeks easily, plus a month or so to rehab. You're looking at minimum 90 days. Realistically, he should be done until February/March.

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JRZYRIPPER    8

My cousin is an ironman racer and fell of his bike doing 45mph. He snapped his collar bone and had surgery. Was able to do the trainer within 2 weeks and was back in the pool, running, and bike within a month , month and a half. Hell be back. Collar bones are quick healers especially when its fused with a metal plate.

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Broken clavicle will not keep him out the season. I say 2 months. Henrique will still come up.

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ghdi    65

Not trying to be a board cop but -

Can we avoid making a thread like this without proof or a link. This OP would imply he's "done for the season"....

Pure speculation at this point. If you ARE speculating - state so.

There is a question mark, but I edited the title anyway

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Mitico12    27

Our Christmas present maybe Zajac and Josefson back in the lineup.

Does that go along with winning the division and a four game sweep in the SCF? lol...

Not a chance...

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SterioDesign    261

well if Pittsburgh can win without Crosby and Malkin i certainly hope that we can win without Zajac and Josefson... i mean c'mon

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well if Pittsburgh can win without Crosby and Malkin i certainly hope that we can win without Zajac and Josefson... i mean c'mon

Pittsburgh had Crosby and Malkin for much more of the season and weren't that great after both went down.

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NJDevs4978    218

well if Pittsburgh can win without Crosby and Malkin i certainly hope that we can win without Zajac and Josefson... i mean c'mon

Except Pittsburgh has a great D, and ours ain't that. Tonight was a severe reality check to what a good offense can do to us.

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nessus    82

This was going to be a huge year for Josefson's development, imo. I'm really bummed about this one.

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NJDevs4978    218

clavicle heals in 2 months, then he needs about a month of rehab.

That depends on whether they have to re-break it to heal it properly :P

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Amberite    12

This may be good for us in the long run. It's fairly obvious Henrique will now be brought up to fill in, and if he can make good use of the minutes he'll suddenly be getting, we may end up with 3 good centers instead of 2 once Zajac and Josefson are back.

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BCdevil    7

I broke my collarbone sophomore year in HS and was back on the ice 2 months to the day after the break. Mine was the cleanest break possible. Take that for what it's worth.

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Dadds3424    5

As long as he doesn't end up like Mr. McGregg.

with a leg for an arm and an arm for a leg?

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mouse    43

Except Pittsburgh has a great D, and ours ain't that. Tonight was a severe reality check to what a good offense can do to us.

Eh, I'm not overly concerned. San Jose has a reputation for choosing quantity of shots over quality, and our d has always allowed a lot of shots trying to stop good ones. They only established a dominant cycle 2 or 3 times the whole game. Throw in the fact that Larsson looked like a rookie for the first time, and you get 41 shots against. Even with that number, only 1 goal was caused by bad d. The first was a softie. Moose was brilliant, but he wants that one back. The third was with the extra attacker. Larsson's gonna have growing pains, but he'll be good more often than not, and either way, the numbers were deceiving here. Sharks didn't have that many great chances. I'm more concerned about our inability to pressure Niemi, effective though we were on our chances.

with a leg for an arm and an arm for a leg?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WTz8rKJk-Vw

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thefiestygoat    134

I truly feel bad for Josefson, this guy has had some bad luck in his short NHL career. Hopefully it won't be as bad as we think and it won't hinder his development too much.

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