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The 6th Sens:
This just in:
Jared Cowen is having "surgical procedure" for "lower body" injury.
— Ken Warren (@Citizenkwarren) November 12, 2012
Now here's Bruce Garrioch to pour some salt to Jared's wound:
Jared Cowen need surgery on his leg: Does he get his NHL or AHL salary while he is out? AHL folks.
— Bruce Garrioch (@SunGarrioch) November 12, 2012
Et pour les Francophones:
Jared Cowen, qui est blessé au "bas du corps" depuis quelques semaines, subira une intervention chirurgicale dans les prochains jours. #Sens
— Sylvain St-Laurent (@Syl_St_Laurent) November 12, 2012
Cowen, who has been out of actionfor the past 8 Binghamton games, will miss some undisclosed amount of time with this lower body injury that Don Brennan indicated was a hip flexor issue. In an interview with the Team 1200, Luke Richardson was less specific about the diagnosis.
Given the impasse that the NHL and NHLPA are seemingly ha...
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