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3 to 4 weeks before he even gets on a tread mill to start walking.  More like 6-8 weeks before he starts skating.  Wasn't Parise out basically the entire season a few years back for something similar?

Hall may be out for the season.  Book it.  Meniscus tear is no joke.

Read here:

http://www.webmd.com/pain-management/knee-pain/tc/meniscus-surgery-recovery-time-topic-overview

 

 

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Seems like a large percentage of teams have lost their "star" player this year...  
I hope their estimate is correct (3-4 wks).  I just saw Stamkos is out "indefinitely" with a lateral meniscus tear in his right knee. 

Gaudreau too- broke his finger last night and is out indefinitely.


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27 minutes ago, Mitico12 said:

3 to 4 weeks before he even gets on a tread mill to start walking.  More like 6-8 weeks before he starts skating.  Wasn't Parise out basically the entire season a few years back for something similar?

Hall may be out for the season.  Book it.  Meniscus tear is no joke.

Read here:

http://www.webmd.com/pain-management/knee-pain/tc/meniscus-surgery-recovery-time-topic-overview

 

 

You don't know what he had done or the extent of it. Even the chart you linked shows two different options with one having a return to "heavy sports" in 4-6 weeks. Probably less for a professional athlete in his prime.

I deal with meniscus surgeries all the time at work, no reason he couldn't be back in a month if it was minor, which it likely was seeing as how he was just playing at full speed a couple days ago. 

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12 hours ago, Mitico12 said:

3 to 4 weeks before he even gets on a tread mill to start walking.  More like 6-8 weeks before he starts skating.  Wasn't Parise out basically the entire season a few years back for something similar?

Hall may be out for the season.  Book it.  Meniscus tear is no joke.

Read here:

http://www.webmd.com/pain-management/knee-pain/tc/meniscus-surgery-recovery-time-topic-overview

 

 

Parise injured his knee about the same point in the season.   Also a torn meniscus.     This definitely has me extremely concerned. 

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14 hours ago, Mitico12 said:

3 to 4 weeks before he even gets on a tread mill to start walking.  More like 6-8 weeks before he starts skating.  Wasn't Parise out basically the entire season a few years back for something similar?

Hall may be out for the season.  Book it.  Meniscus tear is no joke.

Read here:

http://www.webmd.com/pain-management/knee-pain/tc/meniscus-surgery-recovery-time-topic-overview

 

 

Yes. It was in face a meniscus tear as well

Who knows maybe Hall had a "slight tear" it didn't seemed to be bothering him too much as he showed up for practice before they sent him home

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14 hours ago, Mitico12 said:

3 to 4 weeks before he even gets on a tread mill to start walking.  More like 6-8 weeks before he starts skating.  Wasn't Parise out basically the entire season a few years back for something similar?

Hall may be out for the season.  Book it.  Meniscus tear is no joke.

Read here:

http://www.webmd.com/pain-management/knee-pain/tc/meniscus-surgery-recovery-time-topic-overview

 

 

There are many different types of meniscus tears. I tore my meniscus pretty badly along with stretched and partially torn tendons and dislocated a knee cap in a football injury when I was 16. I was told 4-6 weeks. I was doing light skating and strength training in 3 weeks or so even though I really wasn't supposed to be. 

Three to four could very well be exactly right depending on the surgery. They may have just cleared out debris.  

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20 hours ago, Mitico12 said:

3 to 4 weeks before he even gets on a tread mill to start walking.  More like 6-8 weeks before he starts skating.  Wasn't Parise out basically the entire season a few years back for something similar?

Hall may be out for the season.  Book it.  Meniscus tear is no joke.

Read here:

http://www.webmd.com/pain-management/knee-pain/tc/meniscus-surgery-recovery-time-topic-overview

 

 

It all depends on how bad of a tear.  I agree it's not a joke, but it's not necessarily a season ending injury anymore.  When I had knee surgery for a meniscus tear 10 years ago I was in and out of surgery the same day with just two small holes in my knee.  This was even after they discovered a complication.  Apparently I had a ton of scar tissue under my knee cap (from a hockey injury 5 years before) which they needed to scrape.  I was walking without crutches in 3 days and was pretty much healed after 4 weeks of physical therapy.  I was never a professional, but I started skating and playing again after 5 weeks.  I'm hoping for the best. 

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